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Speaks English and French
Teaching since 2019
Bachelor's of Science in Health Management and Master's in Leadership and Health Informatics. from Northeastern University (2007 to 2014) and Grand Canyon University (2016 to 2019).
Garry F.Book Now
What makes French lesson unique is because it is a beautiful and complex language. Its pronunciation and sound are amazing. My students will learn the vocabulary, verbs, adjectif, adverb, and grammar combined together to help them understand and build their own French sentences with confidence. I learned French from High School for more than 12 years. I can speak it, read it and write it. I will teach with empathy meaning that I will use my strategies into my students shoes to help them understand and succeed.
My name is Garry F. I believe in God and in Education. I earned my Bachelors with Honors from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts in 2010, and 2 Masters one in Leadership from Northeastern University in 2014 and another one in Health Informatics from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix,
Speaks Mandarin, English
Master of Music from Boston University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
My name is Maggie. I recently earned my Master's degree in string performance at Boston University. I have won many prizes as a soloist. As an orchestra musician, I have been playing for 10 years. I have been working as a music teacher for 9 years. I have taught violin, viola and beginner piano lessons. I love developing students love for music. I greatly enjoy teaching music students and sharing my love for music with them.
Because of my experiences and education, I am able to assess easily what each student needs and how to help them achieve their goals.
My name is Maggie. I recently earned my Master's degree in string performance at Boston University. I have won many prizes as a soloist. As an orchestra musician, I have been playing for 10 years. I have been working as a music teacher for 9 years. I have taught violin, viola and beginner piano les
early childhood education from QC
Awarded Sakura kurepas shoh from Sakura kurepas
Teaching since 2008
Cokko K.Book Now
Experienced teach of 6 years, specializing in the beginner/intermediate/advance student! All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Let's get started! more easy way to learn Japanese I know.
Experienced teacher of 5 years, specializing in the beginner/intermediate student! All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Lets's get started.
Speaks Spanish, English
Bachelor of Music from Musicians Institute
Teaching since 2018
Viviana J.Book Now
Spanish is my native language, I've studied the language during college in a profesional level and I've been teaching the subject for about a year. I can help you improve in your grammar, reading and orthography, setting a personalize plan that will improve your Spanish in no time.
Hello!!! I am a professional singer, songwriter, and recording artist. I graduated from Musicians Institute College of Music in Los Angeles CA with a Bachelors of Music, specifically voice and a certification on Audio Engineering. Students can expect improvement week to week in their musical abi
Speaks Spanish, English, Romanian
Masters degree from Dimitrie Cantemir university
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
We all know European languages have that romantic touch that we all need to hear or understand from time to time. Eminescu's language should be discovered by everybody. I'm more than willing to explain it to someone passionated about Latin languages.
I recently moved from Romania and I would love to spread my native Romanian knowledge with someone passionated about this Latin language. I studied Romanian and English grammar and literature at Petru Maior University (BA), in Targu-Mures, Romania, 2010-2013.
So it's been a pleasure!
Speaks French, English, German, Arabic
Teaches students 5 and up
Master's degree in Public Affairs from Sciences Po Paris
My strong interest for languages oriented me towards a "Literature Baccalaureate" for which I studied - among other fields - German, English, Ancient Greek and Latin, and graduated Summa cum Laude in 2010. After high school, I went on to study for five years at Sciences Po Paris, France's elite school for social and political sciences.
Learning about the hidden history of words and the construction of sentences has always fascinated me, and I strongly believe that this is what makes the difference between a regular native speaker, and one who can actually transmit his knowledge of the language. Writing and speaking a proper french is not enough. When it comes to teaching, one has to be able to explain the "why" behind each word, idiom and grammatical rule, because that is how we remember best. Combined with a burning desire to understand movies, songs and books in their original version, this method makes wonders. Because as my best teacher once told me : “ We get into a culture ...
I'm a native of the south of France who loves everything that comes with learning and teaching a new language, ranging from basic grammar to literature, including oral conversations about pop culture. My strong interest for languages oriented me towards a "Literature Baccalaureate" for which I
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