From ZambiaLiving in Lusaka, Zambia (00:40 UTC+02:00)
italki teacher since Jan 9, 2022
Hi there! My name is Natasha Chongo. I was born in Zambia but grew up in Botswana. I enjoy traveling and being in nature. I absolutely love cooking and spending time with my friends. During my spare time, I read books, watch movies, and stargaze. I am a very friendly person and I love meeting new people and learning new things. I am a teacher by profession but just like my students, I enjoy acquiring knowledge from others.
Me as a Teacher
I have been working as a teacher for 3 years. I am specialized in Early Childhood Education. I also do private tutoring. I teach English on an academic level as it forms a major part of the curriculum. I focus on grammar, phonics, listening skills, speaking skills, writing skills, comprehension, vocabulary, spelling and oral expression.
My lessons & teaching style
I make sure my students are engaged during my lessons through the use of flashcards, games, drills, and puppets. When asking questions, I use open ended questions to encourge even shy learners to participate. All learners are unique and have their own learning style. Some are visual, auditory, or kinaesthetic to name a few. Therefore I include visuals, sounds, actions, music, songs, rhymes, stories, puzzles etc. Whatever suites my students and makes them learn while having fun, is key to achieving those learning goals.
My teaching material
13 lessons completed
Common English Expressions
C1General4 lessons completed
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Reading practice for kids
A1Kids1 lessons completed
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Listening and Speaking Skills
A1Conversation Practice17 lessons completed
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A1 - C2General5 lessons completed
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1 English lesson
She is a great professional. My English level is very bad, but she is very patient with me. Thanks for everything teacher.
May 13, 2022
1 English lesson
I really enjoyed talking to Natasha! We had a friendly and open conversation that helped me to remember my English. Thanks, Natasha! :)