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Trusted teacher: I offer you a German course that is not like the others. There are two types of courses. Here is an analogy to illustrate their respective approaches: If you travel back and forth by train every day and don't have time to wait long at the platform, imagine that you only have two options: 1) Memorise the timetable. 2) Realise that the train comes every ten minutes and that a train arrives for example at 7:00 a.m. In school pedagogy, in textbooks and in normal lessons, the first approach is used - in the course I am offering you, it is the second approach because it is more economical and faster. My offer is aimed at both pupils and adults who want to learn the German language without time-consuming detours through the madness of fruitless school methods. Learning is easy, but unlearning things that have become bad habits is extremely difficult. This makes it all the more important to learn the right reflexes as early as possible. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced learner, with my customised lessons you will greatly accelerate the learning process while having a positive attitude. I offer German lessons for individuals or groups (2 to 5 people). The methods are based on cognitive science and historical linguistics in particular. My modular programme can be adapted on a case-by-case basis. The converging point of these modules is your independence in spontaneous conversations in real life. What will not be covered in the course: learning lists of verbs; learning lists of nouns with articles; learning words with their translations; flashcards; doing school exercises; following the syllabus of a booklet; imposing the English grammar on the German language. What is particularly important to me: to motivate my student and to give him a learning rhythm; to encourage his creativity; to befriend him with the language; the letters and their sounds; to strengthen the memory by training the phonological loop; to teach blueprints instead of memorising sentences; to explain how the language works in order to make my student independent as quickly as possible; to eliminate common preconceptions, such as that 'der' would mean masculine and 'die' feminine, that the accusative would be a direct complement and the dative an indirect complement, that verbs would be irregular, that declension would be random and therefore would have to be learnt with each verb...; to put practice at the centre and only deal with grammar where necessary. A first lesson will give you a sound idea of my pedagogy.
German · Grammar · Methodology course
(8 reviews)
Julia - Innsbruck37€
Trusted teacher: Do you want to prepare for a German exam for a visa application in a German-speaking country such as Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein? And/or are you a scientist looking to learn German? If you want to improve your German skills for a career in (natural) sciences or your private life, I will offer you individualised lesson to help you reach your goals. I was born and grew up in Frankfurt am Main in Germany. I am professionally trained from Heidelberg University in biotechnology, including molecular biology, mathematics, physics, biochemistry, medical research and bioinformatics/programming. Moreover, I am trained in psychology + philosophy. We will tailor the lesson to your needs: whether you want to apply for a job position / visum in Germany or your German certificates, study in a German-speaking country, or expand your language skills to be able to communicate with your partner, friend, or read German books. I offer lessons for all ages and backgrounds. *********************** GERMAN for VISA application ********************** Depending on the country and type of visum, different requirements apply. In Austria, to obtain the Red-White-Red card, a German level of B1 is required. Among the institutes providing official certificates are the Goethe Institute of Germany, OESD of Austria, TELC, TestDaF, and many more. If you are unsure which certificate would be suitable for you, I will help you by providing more information for taking the decision. Example requirements Austria: https://www.oesterreich.gv.at/themen/leben_in_oesterreich/aufenthalt/3/Seite.120260.html Example requirements Germany: https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en/living-in-germany/learn-german/knowledge Example for Switzerland: https://www.arbeit.swiss/secoalv/en/home/menue/stellensuchende/berufliche-mobilitaet-in-der-eu-efta---eures/leben-und-arbeiten-in-der-schweiz.html
German · Earth and life sciences · Test prep
Trusted teacher: I'm a highly qualified and experienced translator and a language teacher for German and Hungarian. Being a translator and a polyglot enables me to see languages and their grammar systems from a different angle than 'regular' Hungarian native speakers or school teachers. Based on my training and my regional expertise I also provide a variety of language support services for Hungarian. I have taught both in the private sector and in numerous language schools, adults and children of different ages. I can offer Hungarian to university level, for this is my mother-tongue, and German to B2 level since I live and work in Vienna for more than 20 years now. I came here to study and made my Bachelor's degree in Transcultural Communication and a Master's degree in Translation and Terminology Sciences at the University of Vienna then settled down with a good man and built a family. I also have a teaching qualification for 'German as a Foreign Language' from the University of Kassel in Germany, and didactic training on the renowned BERLITZ-method for 'Native Speaker Language Teachers'. Usually, I work from home, where I have a vast library of teaching resources such as worksheets, textbooks, picture dictionaries, flashcards, games, and lots of books for Beginners with Hungarian-German-English parallel texts, short stories for Easy Readers, etc. I use varying tutoring approaches, because no two learners are alike, whereby enjoyment is an important factor in my lessons. I very much like to use the latest technology and teaching techniques, but also have an extensive compilation of Hungarian language games, cards, songs, short stories, videos. I'm fond of and really appreciate internet sources to teach Hungarian, for I do believe that learning Hungarian can be fun. I aim to foster a friendly but professional relationship with each of my students, to build their confidence and self-belief when they learn a new language. Hungarian can be an extremely challenging language and as an experienced Hungarian tutor, I really can help you learn it. A private tutor is there to provide the support you need to enhance your language skills, especially your communication skills, and give you confidence in speaking the language. One-to-one language lessons can make grammar become far more accessible, together we'll sharpen your passive skills in reading and listening, and practice your active skills in speaking and writing. * Why choose me? * Native Hungarian speaker 20 years of teaching experience A multitude of Teaching/Learning Materials Explanation in English, German or Hungarian University trained translator and language teacher Flexible schedule, available also on Saturday and Sunday Very patient and always supportive, with a good portion of humor 1-to-1 classes in Vienna 2nd, outdoors in the city center, and online
German · Hungarian · Tutoring
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Polyglot specialist with 9 years of experience. German in speed mode. Level A1 to C2. No school teaching. (Mulhouse)
Kevin
Kevin is a genius, who is capable of breaking down complex concepts into manageable, useful bits. If you think of a really large basket of vegetables and fruits. You know all the nutrients are good for you, but it would be tedious to try to eat it all raw. But then, you get a juicer or blender or 'Nutribullet', and juice all those vegetables and fruits into a refreshing smoothie. You can then drink that smoothie as quickly or slowly as you wish, and still get all the necessary nutrients... That's what Kevin can do - he juices all the complex intricacies of the German language into something you can understand and digest. His methods are unconventional, but very helpful in laying a proper foundation for a successful language learning journey. Very highly recommended.
Review by PETAL
German for Visa application + Life Sciences, Hobby + Study, Children and Adults, Beginners and Advanced (Innsbruck)
Julia
Julia was a great tutor! I could tell that she really cares about you doing well. One thing that I very much appreciated was the fact that throughout the lessons she would be taking notes so that she could go over some pointers with me afterwards. Danke Julia!
Review by JOE
Experienced and motivated tutoring in German, mathematics and English for all age groups (Vienna)
Joshua
Kind and patient. Helped me feel relaxed and confident learning German, which is a huge feat seeing it’s such a challenging language. Highly recommend.
Review by CASSANDRA