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Speaks French, Spanish
Teaching since 2004
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
My name is Sophie, I am a native French speaker from Belgium and have over fifteen years of teaching experience. After being a middle school language teacher for years I realized that my passion was for tutoring adults and teenagers one on one or in small groups. I love to build on whatever foundations (if any) my students already have and my approach is fun and interactive, the goal being to communicate as much as possible. I like to think that I make my students confortable enough to actually speak French when in real life situations. That is done by using a lot of open-ended activities such as dialogues, improvisations, Flashcards, games etc.
Hi, my name is Sophie and I am originally from Belgium. French is my native language and I have over ten years of teaching experience! I obtained my bachelor degree in education in 2004 and taught languages in a middle school until 2010-from which I got tenure. I then moved to San Diego with my h
Speaks persian, english, french
P.h.D. in French from The Ohio State University
Teaching since 1998
Jaleh S.Book Now
I have a Ph.D. in French from the Ohio State University with twenty years of teaching experience (private lessons, language institutions, and universities).
Since my childhood, I have always been fond of the French language and culture in such a way that French has become part of my identity. From the first day of preschool to the last day of high school, I studied at a French school.
I love teaching French. My teaching methodology depends on each of my students and their specific needs and goals in learning the French language. It is important to me to keep my students interested, motivated, and engaged while learning the language. I always try to assure that my students feel comfortable and confident in speaking French in a friendly and fun environment.
Since my childhood, I have always been fond of the French language and culture in such a way that French has become part of my identity. From the first day of preschool to the last day of high school, I studied at a French school. Therefore, I grew up appreciating together this new world with that
Speaks English, Spanish, French
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2003
Currently, I tutor students from different countries, including Colombia, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Korea, and Peru to help them in college and business. In Peru and Mexico, I taught ESL full-time to adults, college students, and high school students. The classes ranged from basic English where the students had little to no English experience to advanced business conversation among nearly fluent ESL speakers.
Hi there! My name is Jackie, and I have nearly 20 years of experience in teaching. All of my students, meaning a perfect 100%, have improved their grades by at least one letter grade, if not more, and passed every one of their tests and exams. I help all my students reach their goals. The feedba
Speaks English, Spanish, Catalan
Teaching since 2008
Undergraduate Studies in Viola Performance from Catalonia College of Music
Ignacio C.Book Now
Hola a todos!
I am originally from Spain, and I have lived there for over 20 years. Since I also teach music, this has offered me the opportunity to adapt to the individual needs of each student very quickly. If this will be your first interaction with Spanish, I will help you getting started with basic speaking skills, and we will slowly move into writing skills. If you are already able to speak in Spanish, we could strengthen your knowledge through conversation development or writing checkups. Mucha suerte y adelante!!!
The Spanish violist, Ignacio, has developed an international career as a viola performer and teacher, in Europe, United States, China, and Russia. His collaborations include faculty chamber music recitals with members of the Music Academy of the West, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Cleveland Strin
Speaks Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin
BA Sociology from University of California, San Diego
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Mastering the fundamentals is essential to language learning. I focus on building a strong foundation of accurate sounds and tones, using familiar examples to make connections stick. Step by step, we cover everyday essentials, including numbers, colors, greetings, and phrases and expressions that will help you feel confident in Chinese-speaking environments.
I am a graduate of UC San Diego (bachelor of arts, sociology) and UCLA (master of public policy). As a child of immigrant parents, I value diversity and love learning languages. I read, write and speak Spanish fluently, and have intermediate command of both Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese in reading
Speaks English, American Sign Language
Teaching since 1992
Teaches students 5 and up
I teach and tutor in American Sign Language from the perspective of one who came into ASL and the Deaf community without a thought of being a professional in a related field. Still, I did become a professional interpreter, teacher, tutor, mentor and have been a service-provider, advocate and friend with many Deaf since 1984.
I want my students to learn that fear and anxiety in undertaking a new adventure are usually of our own making, and that learning about other cultures and languages by association with native users is so valuable.
Therefore, my classes are highly interactive and immersive; students will be required often to learn voice-off, role-play sign language / deaf experience situations, complete tasks between classes, and engage fully. Focus will be on conversational quality, grammatical structures, situational encounters, expressive and receptive language skills.
I will provide curriculum and, as needed, written information and videos used.
My journey with ASL began at age 6 – from shy little friend to a Professional interpreter, teacher, tutor, mentor, workshop trainer, evaluator, agency owner, advocate, and friend. I began interpreting in 1984 and soon thereafter received my degree in Public Service - Interpreting / ASL; and thus ha
She is fun and doesn't make learning overly serious. But you will be very equipped to hold a conversation with deaf friends and family.
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Want to take Korean lessons in San Diego? America’s Finest City is known for its cultural diversity, and San Diego also has a dense Asian population. It's home to a large and vibrant Korean community, and the Asian population makes up approximately 10 percent of the entire county's population. With annual Asian festivals, and a rich variety of Korean cuisine, San Diego is an ideal city for learning the Korean language.
San Diego hosts an annual Asian Cultural Festival, (http://asianculturalfestivalsd.com) to celebrate and promote Asian awareness throughout the community, and connect ethnicities and cultures. The family-friendly event features cultural exhibitions, martial arts, ethnic dances, food, and entertainment. K-Konnect, a collective of Korean culture enthusiasts that celebrate all things Korean, always has a booth at the event. K-Konnect hosts events throughout the year, and also publishes a monthly magazine and blog (http://www.kkonnect.net/).
IamKoreAm, the official website for the Korean-American magazine the KoreAm Journal, is a great resource for news and up-to-date information on events in the area. IamKoreAM (http://iamkoream.com/) hosts the San Diego Korean Film Festival, which features Korean films, actors, and filmmakers. IamKoreAM also offers KoreAm U, a nationwide online community for Korean-American students. With increasingly active participation, the site now hosts more than 100,000 users nationwide.
The Korean American Association of San Diego (KAASD) hosts annual parties, monthly board meetings, and a community partnership program. The center seeks to promote cooperation and awareness about the Korean culture. Learning about Korean culture and connecting with community leaders is a great way to boost your learning.
When you’re taking Korean lessons in San Diego, you can take a study break and enjoy some delicious Korean food. In San Diego, Korean food is often synonymous with barbecue, and dishes like Kalbi and Bulgogi. Buga Korean BBQ is the king of Korean barbecue in the city. Marrying the health-conscious culture of Southern California with traditional Korean food, the restaurant only uses local, hormone-free meat.
If you're a curious student looking to explore the Korean culture, there are several regions within the city that you can visit. The Kearny Mesa/Convoy Street area has lots of Asian markets and restaurants like the Mitsuway Marketplace, Nijiya Market, and Dae Jang Keum Korean BBQ.
San Diego is the perfect city for any student who wants to learn the Korean language. In addition to the variety of Korean cultural resources, there are also private tutors for one-on-one lessons. If you want to take Korean lessons in San Diego, you can feel confident that the city provides limitless opportunities for Korean language students. With one of the largest Asian festivals in the country, a variety of delicious Korean cuisine, and an engaging community partnership program, San Diego is a great place to start your Korean adventure!
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