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My name is Scott Parrant and I am from Perth, Western Australia. I received my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Certificate in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico where I was living for one year, but I have since returned back home to Australia. In Mexico, I spent some time working in a language center teaching English to Spanish speaking students young & old. I have received some great feedback on my relaxed and understanding approach to teaching English. As I am currently learning a second language (Spanish) at the moment, I understand the difficulties that you come across when learning a new language from scratch and that is why I am here to work with you and help you achieve your goals.
Hi, my name is Steve and I'm a CELTA qualified English Language teacher from the UK and I have a (standard) British accent. *NATIVE SPEAKER* I have been teaching students English for a number of years and enjoy meeting language learners from all over the World to help them achieve their goals. I pride myself on my ability to communicate clearly and efficiently at the required level appropriate to my students and so am very student focused. I use a number of resources to help you improve your English and look to include topics that interest you so that learning can be fun and engaging throughout our classes. I have taught a full year programme in preparing students for both the Cambridge FCE and CAE exams, so understand what is required to pass these two popular examinations. My lessons are based on communicative language skills whilst also helping you develop your reading and writing skills using varied and interesting resources. When you book a trial lesson, I will assess what you need to help you achieve your specific learning objectives, whether it be for work, school, travel or just for your own personal satisfaction. I look forward to hearing from you soon!
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Hi, my name is Ivan. I am a native English speaker from Australia and have been a teacher's assistant and English tutor for school aged kids since 2017. I enjoy working with children and have been a volunteer in a number of different programs. I have also worked with older teenagers as well as those who need assistance with preparing for English tests and helping them fill out applications for various English and other educational studies. I moved to Bosnia with my family as a young child but English is still very much my native language. My lessons are fun, informative and I have lots of materials that are easy for young students to follow. I am also happy to work with any materials my students have, especially if it will help them with their regular school work. As a student learning a different language, I understand the difficulties and this has motivate me to further my studies to become a fully qualified English teacher. I look forward to getting to know all the young, and young at heart English students out there so send me a message and introduce yourself.
Hi, my name is Randi. I have a Master's in Education and a Bachelor's in Music. Learning to speak a second language is very similar to learning to play an instrument. Practice is the key to success. Effective instruction should be relevant and meaningful to a student. I do my best to make each lesson relate to my students' interests, goals, and abilities. I have many years of experience teaching English as a Second Language and I really enjoy working with students from so many different cultures and walks of life.
Hi, my name is Nastassia Acevedo and my passion in life is teaching. I’m a native New Yorker but I currently live in Lisbon, Portugal where I teach English for all levels and age groups. Teaching various demographics and English levels over the years have allowed me to gain an immense perspective on accommodating individuals needs and also to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of an English learner. My goal is to formulate a structure and practical plan that works best for you. I emphasize strengthening your fluency, pronunciation, sentence structure, critical thinking skills, and confidence. Depending on what your personal goal is, I can help you achieve that in a way that is organized, realistic and most importantly fun. Get started today by booking a free trial lesson!
Hello Friend! I hope you're having a great day! My name is Brent and I am from Santa Rosa, California. My hometown is in the California wine country, a beautiful place with outstanding weather. I have lived in Japan for thirteen years. I lived in Osaka for one year and then moved to Tokyo. I came to Japan because I am a poet and I love haiku. Japan is a wonderful country that has changed me in many positive ways. And the sushi...wow. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Literature/Poetry with a Minor in Education from the University of California, Santa Cruz. I am currently pursuing my Masters degree in Teaching English as a Second Language. My interests include haiku, hiking, comedy, studying Japanese, reading, food, traveling, baseball, and music. I am a very curious person and I enjoy learning about others' hobbies and interests. As a language learner myself, I understand the challenges involved with learning languages, which helps me address student concerns and needs in a constructive way. I teach all kinds of English, including general conversation, business English, TOEIC, TOEFL, Eiken, and kids lessons. I teach a wide range of ages, from two months old to eighty years old. Let me customize English lessons for you. We can use any books, newspapers, movies, songs, or other learning materials you like. I can also create original materials just for you! I love my students' English. There is no bad English. No one has bad English. If you can say "Hello.", that's great. If you can say "Nice to meet you.", that's great. The key is to own your English because it's yours! It's all about enjoying studying and getting better every day. One of my favorite haiku poets is Kobayashi Issa and this is one of his best poems. 蝸牛そろそろ登れ富士の山 Katatsumuri sorosoro nobore Fuji no yama Climb Mount Fuji, O snail, but slowly, slowly. This haiku has many meanings but one of my favorites is that Issa is telling even a snail, which is very slow, to slow down and enjoy climbing Fuji. It's the same with learning. Learning a language is like climbing Mt. Fuji. It's challenging and it takes time. Of course we want to improve every day but we have to make sure we look around and really enjoy the beautiful scenery, we should enjoy the new language we learn. Being a poet, I like to share my love of language with students so that they can experience more fully the joys of studying English. I am a people person and I use humor and a student-oriented approach to create a fun, comfortable learning environment. Your goals are my goals. I hope to meet you soon!