She has a variety of work experience outside of teaching. Including product manufacturing and customer service at a Sports Gym.
Her likes to match his lessons to the strengths of his students. Through introducing synonyms and similar grammar she is able to teach quickly.
She also likes to focus on pronunciation correction.
After living in various countries She decided to become a Japanese teacher because she saw the difference between how Japan was perceived inside Japan and how it is perceived outside Japan.
“In my opinion, your goal in Japanese class should be self-expression. You should acquire skills to convey what you want to convey. I always try to use *REAL* Japanese in my classes that you would find in everyday life – so that outside of the classroom you can fully express yourself.
I also understand that people from different cultural backgrounds communicate in different ways, so I enjoy sharing cultural tips”