16 Japanese Tutors Found Near El Cajon, CA



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Yoshiko B.

Japanese Tutor

San Diego, CA 92108

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.97 30 ratings

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Easy Way to Learn Japanese

I have a total of 12 years experience teaching the Japanese language to a wide range of age and cultural students. After graduating college, I went on to get certified in teaching Japanese, which taught me various teaching methodologies. I've had numerous contracts since I've been here in California, including Nissan, Sony and government workers both in a classroom and individual environments. I will develop a lesson plan based on your goals and plans for the language. Will you need it for bu... [more]


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Mark M.

Japanese Tutor

San Diego, CA 92101

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 51 ratings

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Math, Greek, Latin, Poetry

Created from the Cosmic Legends of the Universe, this Didaskalos, or teacher, will train the young hero to think clearly and correctly, speak persuasively, and consort well with Men of Rank, just as the Centaur Cheiron taught Achilles. He has recited Homer, Vergil, Ovid, etc. in 32 states, and directed two tragedies and a comedy, all in the original Latin and Greek. He is recognized an an authority on the correct pronunciation of Ancient Greek and Latin, and is working hard with national cl... [more]


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Coco Hideko A.

Japanese Tutor

San Diego, CA 92129

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Japanese Tutor from Tokyo. For your purpose, and goal. Very Flexible

I am native Japanese. I came to San Diego in 1990. I go back to Japan every other year. I went to high school and graduated college in Tokyo. I worked 5 years for Morgan Stanley and the stock market in Japan. I learned investment and finance through this job. After I move to here, I worked for both Japanese company and American company. Mainly, I worked Engineering field. Not only language, I can teach custom and culture, if anyone is interested. It is very helpful to know customs... [more]


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Christine T.

Japanese Tutor

San Diego, CA 92123

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.58 107 ratings

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If you Need Help, I Get the Job Done

Hello, my name is Christine. I have plenty of experience tutoring since I began in 2001. My tutoring experience includes tutoring individuals and groups at the K-12 and university levels. When I started tutoring, I was tutoring friends of mine in high school, and it was then that I knew I wanted to help others learn new things. Once I started college, it made sense to me to choose tutoring as a career. Tutoring for the university was a particularly notable experience because I tutored student... [more]


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Kevin H.

Japanese Tutor

La Jolla, CA 92037

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Expert Educator of ESL/EFL and Japanese

I have a BA in Japanese, lived in Japan for 15 years, tutored Japanese language, and designed and a "crash course" in Japanese as part of my post-graduate studies while at New York University. I am an English language instructor (native-speaker) with over 18 years of teaching experience, the nine most recent of which have been in post-secondary, diplomatic, and university settings. My qualifications include an M.A. TESOL (New York University) with a 4.0 GPA, B.A. in Japanese and Linguistics (Massey University), and Cambridge CELTA. I have extensive experience teaching a diverse range of adult [more]


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Brandon G.

Japanese Tutor

San Diego, CA 92105

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.77 71 ratings

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Patient and Knowledgeable President's List Tutor

I have recently taken some Japanese classes at Palomar College. So far, I have passed the first two semesters both with Bs. I have a firm grasp on how to write the hiragana and katakana of the language properly. I can provide a written chart if need be to prove this. I'll admit I still struggle a bit on the kanji, but considering someone whose first language is English is trying to learn a picture language that part is usually not that easy considering the kanji can have quite different meanings depending on which ones they're paired with. I'm constantly expanding my repertoire in this area [more]