音声学 - ヘブライ語のチューター＆先生
Hello! I am a language enthusiast, and have been working as a translator and Hebrew tutor since 2016, having privately tutored dozens of students of all levels and age groups - from total beginners to people who were already fluent and wanted practice, with ages ranging from 13 to 70 years old. In addition to teaching languages during my military service in the touted 8200 Intelligence unit, I have developed a unique and proven methodology for teaching Hebrew based on my own experience, my in-depth knowledge of Hebrew grammar, and my academic education in Cognitive Science and Psychology which provides me with scientifically proven learning methods such as Spaced Repetition, mnemonic devices, testing, and associative learning. This always-evolving curriculum is based off of my own materials and worksheets with the aim of making learning Hebrew as simple and effective as possible, and is specifically designed to help students overcome and master even the hardest and most complex ...
*Thank you so much for considering me being your Hebrew Teacher!* *When booking a trial class, please book one at least 24 hours in advance as my schedule might change * HI! I'm an American currently living in Israel, meaning I speak both (American) English and Hebrew fluently. I've been teaching both English and Hebrew for over 10 years, usually in 1x1 settings, both in-person and online. I've been an ESL (English as a second language) Professor's Assistant at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for 3 years, where I taught English in small groups. I've been studying French and Italian over the past few years - meaning I personally know what type of struggling my students go through. I believe that every student needs a tailored approach according to his or her needs. I love telling my students about two identical twins I've taught, and though in theory they should have been on the exact same level and like to use the same methods - the opposite was the truth. Whatever the m...
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Shalom, שלום I am Daniela From Venezuela and I am also Israeli, I have many years of living in Israel, I speak English, Spanish, and Hebrew fluently. I teach Hebrew for Beginners (only +12 and Adults), I am focused on the first levels until the intermediate level. I am passionate about languages and I like to teach, I am a patient person, over time I have learned that the key to learning a new language is dedication and motivation, I think it's important to encourage the student to develop self-learning Using engaging learning methods to challenge the abilities and skills of the student. Help the student to improve their Hebrew language skills. My lessons are a mixture of learning and fun. my goal is that you really learn and have more and more motivation in order to learn, I focus on my students more on communication and practice. I will give you tools that will help you reach that level of Hebrew that you want, We will have typical conversations that will help you to speak mor...
Hello everyone. My name is Mira and I'm a Hebew teacher from Tel Aviv, Israel. I've been teaching Hebrew in the past 8 years. I specialize in unique learning strategies to help the students grasp new concepts fast. I adapt my teaching methods according to the student's needs and as we progress I encourage my students to become independent in their learning.
Hi, shalom! My name is David. I came from Israel to Germany where I studied at the Goethe university in Frankfurt am Main in Bachelor and Master degree in linguistics. I've been teaching Hebrew for more than 25 years – in private, in many language courses, at the university, where I taught Modern and Biblical Hebrew, and of course also online. I motivate my students to learn Hebrew, because I like very much teaching languages. Depending on for which purpose you need to learn the language, I will tune the learning methods to adapt the study to your needs. So you can either start speaking fast or learn the grammar deeply - it's just up to you to decide! I speak, ask questions, and encourage my students to do the same. I remember that questions can never be stupid. We read stories, newspapers, books, etc. I have the following textbooks: 1. "Ulpan ivrit", which is big and detailed. 2. "Shear ivrit". 3. "Sheat ivrit". 4. Diverse ulpans' scripts. 5. "Complete Modern Hebrew" by Gilboa....