Search for a Watertown, MA Korean Tutor

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Jungmin L. ...Of course, class structure will vary depending on your Korean level. Mostly, I used textbooks from Yonsei or Sogang KLI (Korean Language Institute) as most of my students attended either of those two institutions. However, I can use different textbooks if you have your own now.
1 Subject: Korean
Cambridge, MA
Julie L. ...Korean is a very easy language to learn how to read. So once one has mastered the alphabet of Korean, he/ she will mostly be able to read anything. So first, I would teach the alphabet, then I would start by common phrases and specific grammar.
4 Subjects: including Korean, Chinese, SAT math, elementary math
Wenham, MA
Jinna O. ...Furthermore, I was born in Korea and immigrated to American when I was young. I lived with a grandma, who only speaks Korean, my entire life. I received a score of 760 on my SAT II Korean Subject test.
18 Subjects: including Korean, English, reading, writing
Babson Park, MA
Jung Won K. ...Math has always been my strongest subject in schools. I have maintained A grades in math both in High school and in College (Malden Catholic and Boston College). I scored perfect scores on both SAT I math section and in SAT II Math Level II. Although I am only 23, I have about 7 years of teaching experience in Math and Korean.
5 Subjects: including Korean, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Chestnut Hill, MA
Diallo S. ...I was an editor for my high school's newspaper. I have recently been hired as a Coordinator for International Relations for the JET Program, where my primary responsibility will be Japanese translation and interpretation. In college, I worked as a Japanese language tutor for Yale’s Center for Language Study.
4 Subjects: including Korean, Chinese, Japanese, grammar
Newtonville, MA