Why did you become a Japanese teacher?
I have been interested in foreign languages and cultures since I was in elementary school. I have traveled to many countries, learned foreign languages, and actually lived abroad. From my own experience, I understand the joy and fun of learning a foreign language as well as the difficulty of learning a foreign language. I would like to help those who have chosen Japan from among many countries to learn Japanese. I would be very happy if I could help them see the beauty of Japan the way I do.
What do you like about teaching Japanese?
I truly enjoy every aspect of teaching Japanese. It's particularly rewarding when my students can find the words to say what they want to say and are able to convey their thoughts and feelings clearly. Having studied some foreign languages myself, I am happy when others are willing to learn my native tongue - Japanese - and I want to share with them the moments of communication as their understanding increases day by day.
How are your lessons?
My goal is to create a class environment where learning what you need (even if it’s a little tough) enjoyable. Our languages are tools for communication, so it matters that both sides aim to understand each other and be respectful. I believe that approaching every situation with a positive mindset is the most effective way to facilitate communication, regardless of what’s going on around you.
What are your hobbies?
My hobby is traveling. I especially enjoy visiting beach resorts. The warm sun and expansive sea give me a sense of energy.
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