I'm studying in Kobe and workingpart time as an English teacher at Realize.
I studied law and politics at universityso I really enjoy discussing matterswhich relate to the social sciences.I especially enjoy talkingabout current eventsand listening to new viewpoints aboutwhat's going on in this crazy world.
I love to travel!I've been to a total of five countries.Tell me about the countiesyou have been to!
When I have timeI also like to read and write.I'm working on a short novelthat takes place in a fantasy worldfull of wizards, warriors, and monsters.
I strongly believe that comfortplays an essential rolein the learning process.Because of thisI have adopted a very friendlyteaching style so that my students feelrelaxed throughout the lesson.Let’s laugh and learn English together!
Asking lots of questions!
I’m a pretty curious guy.I’m fascinated by things that wouldbore the average individual,and I have incorporated this curiosityinto my teaching style.I will ask you a lot of questions to tryand get you to speak as much as possible.
The more you speak the more you learn,so tell me as much as you canabout your latest trip abroad,your hobbies or why Ichiro Suzukiis your favorite baseball player.
Helping you achieve your career goals!
I like having fun,but I am also very career oriented.I understand that in themodern global economyEnglish is considered a mustif you want to get ahead.I’ve worked in various internationaloffice environments whereI have communicatedwith ESL speakers from Japanand other Asian countries.
So I have special insight as to the commonpitfalls that bewilder most Non-nativeEnglish speakers in an office environment.I can also help you by reviewing documents,emails, presentations, and/or helping youprepare for seminars or presentations.
I love to travel.I’m a unique global citizenand have the pleasure of beingpart of various different cultures.
I can help you practice the Englishyou will need for your next Business tripto New York, oryour next vacation to Bali.Remember to send me a postcard!
Also, I’m also pretty good at Japanese.So feel free to ask the occasional questionin 日本語 if you get stuck.