Hello! John here, for 10 years I’ve taught students how to improve their language skills. I have been a professional English lecturer in Korea, Singapore and now Japan.
I love language and am currently preparing for a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology. It is often said, the best way to understand your students is to be a student yourself!
Every lesson is different, as are the needs of every student. What remains constant are:
- Focus on student talking time -- I keep you "on your toes" with provocative questions and pertinent topics; not wasting your time with lengthy explanations.
- Focus on best learning practices -- spend your valuable time doing what is proven to work and not waste time on less effective techniques.
- Detailed and professional Skype feedback notes including clear English goals - Small talk - Pronunciation notes - Vocabulary notes - Lesson reviews - Next lesson tips so that you can review our lessons anytime on your Skype account.
Quick Vocabulary and Idiom Lesson:
Lecturer = teacher
"on your toes" = keep you focused, alert and responsive
Provocative = exciting
Pertinent = relevant, suitable
Perusing = look at casually
The more you know;)