3 Japanese Tutors Found Near Wichita, KS

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Isoko D.

Japanese Tutor

Kansas City, MO 64119

Will travel 35 miles

$35 per hour.

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Japanese translator and native speaker gives fun Japanese lessons

I am a native Japanese speaker and translator living in the United State. I have 2 years of experience to teach Japanese language to American high school students. During my college days, I assisted the Japanese class instructor and helped college students to read, write and speak Japanese. I tutored several students too. I enjoyed it very much. I studied linguistics and one of the linguistics classes I took was Applied Linguistics, basically how to teach foreign languages. I chose ... [more]

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Binh H.

Japanese Tutor

Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Experienced Language Tutor in Vietnamese and Japanese

JLPT N2. 4 years living in Japan. Hello! This is Binh from Viet Nam. I am a multicultural and international learner and traveller, spending 4 years living in Japan to pursue my undergraduate degree in Asia Pacific Studies, majoring in Intercultural Communication and Education. In 2014, I enrolled in the Erasmus Mundus Joint-degree program - Master in Research and Innovation in Higher Education, which allowed me to live and study in Austria, Finland, China, and Germany for 2 years. I have been enjoying doing private tutori... [more]

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Matthew D.

Japanese Tutor

Overland Park, KS 66210

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

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Japanese (speaking) scientist

I began studying Japanese in high school and continued my studies through college. I also studied in Japan during my undergraduate years and worked as an Assistant English Teacher there for over a year after I graduated. In addition, I taught a sophomore high school Japanese course for 2 months. Coming from a family of educators, I know the value of education. I'm a lifelong student myself, and never think I know enough. I hope to share that view with other students. I'm both right and left brained; my first love was physics, and I later added an interest in Japanese onto that when I got to co [more]