Fonética - Profesores y tutores de sueco
Hello! Are interested in learning either Swedish or Finnish? Then look no further! My name is Pauliina and I come from Finland. I'm living currently in South Africa. My native language Finnish but I also speak Swedish, English and German. I'm a qualified language teacher - I studied Swedish language and culture at the University of Oulu and graduated in 2014. After my graduation I've been working as a Swedish teacher. I've been teaching students of varying ages - from younger students to adults. I think that every student is a unique person. We've got, all of us, our ways to learn languages and things. Some people may learn a language by listening, some by writing and reading. In my teaching I take into account every student's personal level, needs and preferences how he or she learns a language best. I encourage everyone to use language -- don't be afraid of making mistakes! Hope to meet you soon!
***MESSAGE ME TO BOOK A TIME THAT SUITS YOU*** Hello! Are you looking to learn Swedish or English in a fun and easy way? Then look no further! I'm a native Swedish, English, and Greek speaker. In addition, I speak Spanish and basic French. I'm also a Psychology graduate from the University of Southampton. I teach all levels and specialise in conversational lessons based on your interests. I also like to teach my students about Sweden's culture and customs. I have travelled to over 30 countries and love to share stories and experiences with my students. I believe in making learning as fun and as interactive as possible in order to increase your fluency. So what are you waiting for? Lets get started!
Hej! Jag är Maria. Uppvuxen i Sverige, men tvåspråkig sedan födseln, Hello I am Maria, born and raised in Sweden but bilingual since birth. I have taught both English and Swedish for many years now. Started in Czech Republic 6 years ago, but I taughted in Bolivia as well during my 3 year stay there. I am certified teacher and I aboslutely love it. I like fun, engaging classes, where focus is on the student in this moment. I like adding games and role play into my classes. I also try to use topics where students may evolve as human as well. Trying to add an aditional value as and views from all different cultures I have lived in and come from.
I grew up in Stockholm and already as a kid I loved playing around with language. Later, I ended up in the field of Second Language Acquisition, in which I am currently writing my one year Master's thesis. This is a truly fascinating field in the crossroads of linguistics, pedagogy, and the social sciences. It covers areas such as in what order the brain processes new linguistic features, what the spoken language actually sounds like, what characterizes good didactics, the role of literacy in our cognition, and how language instruction can make use of the mother tongue, among many other things. Parallel to my studies, I have been working (part-time and in the summers) as a teacher in Swedish For Immigrants. Thanks to the experience of teaching students with whom I did not share any other language, I know how to speak very learner-friendly Swedish and could, if you like, teach exclusively in Swedish. However, if you speak English, German or Levantine Arabic I will be happy to also make use of these resources in our lessons. My approach to language learning could be summarized by four points: - It needs to be fun. - It needs to be meaningful. - Even as an early learner, you have the right to be the competent adult that you are. You do not need an advanced language to express intelligent views on complex issues. - If a method works for you, this trumps whatever research may say works for learners in general. We all have our individual style of learning and studying, and I think instruction ought to adapt accordingly, for maximal progress and joy.