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I provide a fun and patient learning environment where students feel safe to explore. I am a native English speaker and read, write, and speak the language very well. I am also TEFL certified. I love to help people and want to share my knowledge with you to help you realize your dreams!
I am an accounting professional with a passion for all things finance related. I have passed all of the CPA exams and am a very patient person. You will find me approachable and prepared to go over complex topics with you until you have mastered the concept. Whether you are seeking for one-on-one t
Speaks Spanish, English, French
Teaching since 2019
Teaches students 7 and up
Bonjour tout le monde ! (Hello everyone! :) )
✅ Want to learn French pretty fast ?
✅ Want to be able to tell sentences after a few classes ?
✅ Want to know idioms, abbreviations, little words ?
I am a native French person! 🇫🇷
With me you will not only learn how to speak French, but also how to sounds like a French person!
Did you know that 33% of the English language is from French ?
Trust me, you will be surprise how easy and fast you can learn!
Give it a try!
À Bientôt! (See you soon!)
Hi there! I am a Native French person! 🇫🇷 I love to learn languages (I can speak English, some Spanish, and a few words in Japanese, Chinese and German). I know all of that because I also love meeting new people and new cultures. It is extremely personally rewarding when it comes to share with an
Teaches students 12 to 45
Teaching since 2007
Native Indonesia who also speaks fluent English. I've been living in US for nearly 20 years.
Hi, there! My name is Dony] and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2007 and have loved helping my students to learn how to code. I went to USC and earned a Master degree in Computer Science in2011. I'm a friendly and patience person and my teaching style is a systema
Speaks Spanish, Japanese
BS: Business Administration from California State University, Stanislaus
Teaches students 5 and up
With over 8 years experience in tutoring, I have learned what methods work and those that don’t. I’m upbeat, patient, easy going, empathetic, and generally well-liked by others. I’m very good at adapting to different learning styles and have a knack for eliciting the best out of my students through motivation and positive reinforcement.
Throughout university, and after, I mentored many students with great results. In addition to academics I helped them get the most out of their college experience. Everyone I helped benefited greatly, and one runs a very successful consulting business.
I recently returned from spending 2 years in Japan. My current level is JLPT N4.
Whether you're completely lost, just need a little help, or need some test/note taking tips I can be very helpful. My patient, easy going, and positive mindset is very conducive to creating a great learning atmosphere. I can also be very useful to those that aren't motivated, I have a knack for fin
Speaks English, Spanish, Italian
Teaching since 2015
Musical Theatre from Coastal Carolina University
Experienced teacher and tutor. All ages welcome. Lessons will be customized and catered to your individual needs/goals! Whether it's reading, writing, or grammar - I am here to help you with any and all of your English needs! Let's get started!
I am a professional singer, songwriter, actor, and teacher. I graduated from Coastal Carolina University with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre (with a minor in Spanish)! Originally from North Carolina, I moved to New York City in order to pursue my dream of being an actress! Upon my arri
Speaks Mandarin, Chinese, English
B.A. in Musicology and Piano Performance from Shandong Normal University School of Music
Teaching since 2002
I am both patient and enthusiastic as a teacher. I speak Mandarin Chinese as my native language, and can help my students progress to a high level. Once I have determined the student's level, I work with them to help them improve according to their goals.
I studied Musicology and Piano Performance at the Shandong Normal University School of Music, where I graduated with my BA in 2005. I taught music and established a band at a property management institute while a student there, and established my own practice after I graduated. I came to the United
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My daughter (K) just turned 5 but is pretty mature for her age and has expressed an interest in learning the piano so we signed up for individual lessons with Lella. At the start of class I mentioned again (I had noted it at booking time as well) that K has had zero experience with music instruction. Immediately Lella sat with K on the piano bench and started explaining treble clef sign, bass clef sign and what hands they relate to. Lella also has a thick accent as I was trying to follow along with her explanations with a little difficulty. She even asked if K speaks Chinese and I said "no" so she said "you're Indian right?" My daughter would look around from time to time while Lella was explaining at which point Lella would just keep seeing "Pay attention sweetie!" Then she asked my daughter to write the numbers 1-5 in a book and when she said she didn't know how to write the number 2, Lella laughed and said "you know, but you forgot right" so I spoke up and explained "no she has not been taught to write her numbers yet, but she can read/recognize them" to which Lella seemed very surprised, so I felt the need to say, "she's still in preschool. But if you write them she'll be able to tell you what they are." So then Lella switched to counts, explaining about the values of different notes. She asked my daughter if she had questions, to which my daughter said "I think I understand what you're saying, if it's just a circle that means four, but if it's a circle with a line..." And before she could finish her thought Lella said "no that's not a line, it's a stem". At another point when Lella asked if she had any questions, my daughter slowly said "yes... what's velour?" And when Lella looked confused I had to step in and explain that Lella was saying "value", the amount of counts for a note. By the end of the half hour lesson, Lella had reached her explanation of middle C, which she described to my daughter saying "this is middle C because it's in the middle, there are two black keys, then on the left is C. Can you find another one?" When K didn't respond right away, she repeated herself, and again another time. So I said "she really has had no previous music experience, I think you need to even explain to her that those are called keys, like there are black keys, white keys..." And Lella just looked at me confused.
At the end of the lesson I agreed to buy the theory book so we can practice that at home, and Lella asked if I can sit in on the next lesson to help explain things to my daughter, because she "doesn't really focus". I agreed to sit in on the lesson, for my own benefit so I can help her with HW since I also don't have music experience. But I also mentioned to Lella that her accent is quite strong and I think my daughter was having trouble understanding her, and Lella seemed surprised by that comment.
I don't know... it says on Lella's profile that she has worked with young kids but I can't really see how the class was any different from how she would teach me, an adult with no prior music experience.
Oh! I forgot to mention something so basic - when we met Lella she thought I was someone else so I re-introduced myself and introduced my daughter. Then as we were saying goodbye at the end of class I realized Lella had never introduced herself to my daughter, so I asked "oh, what would you like K to call you, Ms. Li, or Lella? Ms. Lella?" She said Lella was fine so I turned to K and said "Tell Lella bye K." It just hit me, I mean that's something about creating a relationship with a young student. Speaking to them directly, making that connection. Lella was really smiley which gave the impression she was friendly but she never really made a connection with K who is the student, not me.
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