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Teaches: English, Japanese

Languages: English, Spanish, Japanese

Male, From United States, Living in United States

Local time: Jul 23, 2014 21:44   (Atlantic Standard Time)

Looking to teach English or Japanese to those who struggle with the language. It's a passion of mine to teach. I am a high energy individual, who enjoys many cultures. I have tutored many times in university and am looking forward to tutoring more.
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40 - 50 ITC per hour
=4.0-5.0 USD

I am looking for students who need help with English or Japanese. I have a foreign aspect on the Japanese language which will help me explain to a fellow foreigner. I can fit to anyone's schedule. View time schedule Contact Teacher

Informal Tutoring  

Informal Tutoring: English
  • 11 completed session(s)
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40 ITC per hour
=4.0USD
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Informal Tutoring: Japanese
  • 0 completed session(s)
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50 ITC per hour
=5.0USD
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30 minute trial session

30 ITC 30 minutes
=3.0USD
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I was born into the Spanish language. My father being from Spain himself, he taught me how to speak it properly. As I grew older, I realized I had a deep interest in other cultures. Which led me to choosing a high school 4 towns away, the reason I chose this high school was it's Japanese program. I took Japanese for four years in high school, involving myself in after school clubs. During my four years in high school, I travelled to Japan twice, and took part in a National Japanese Language Competition in D.C. I hosted a student from Japan all my four years for at least 2 weeks, my senior year I took the task of hosting a student in my home for 3 months. After high school, I am still currently learning Japanese in college, having to take individual study due to the high level. I have a great understanding of how to teach a language. I helped my host brother learn English, not only from the books, but cultural references as well. I think, that my style isn't only unique, but helps anyone I'm teaching understand current events, and the talk of the town. I have also taught Japanese to students, who had difficulty with the language during high school and university. I think that pronunciation is one of the most important things while learning a language, and I have a good ear to whether or not something sounds right. Another thing I focus on is subjects, what ever subject you are interested in should be important, whether it's music, food or travel it should fit to what the student wants to learn.
RobertF25

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Completed sessions 11
Students 8
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Teacher sinceApr 24, 2013
Last session Jun 14, 2013