4 people at the most would be in my class
1.Let's decide "today's topic" at the beginning of the class.
2.We are going to talk about the topic in Japanese.
3.After class, I am going to feedback.
＊"today's topic" can be about movie, music, food, trip, hobby, and etc...
It should be fun!!!
When I was a university student, I stayed in the U.S. for 5 months to learn English.
At that time, I was a tutor of Japanese class in the University as a volunteer.
After my graduation, I worked at a tourist center in Tokyo, and I started to get interested in sharing Japanese culture to people from other countries.
During studying abroad, I realized that having conversation with people who speak language that I would like to learn is the best way to improve my language skill.
Since I speak Japanese and some English, I think I can help you to practice conversations in Japanese.
If you have any questions about Japan, please feel free to ask me!
Let's talk with me in Japanese!!!
TOEIC 835 (2015)
Hosei university intercultural communication (2014)
University California of Davis extension center (2011)