Yoshi Noda : Japanese

Yoshi Noda
Subject : Japanese
Native : Japanese
Netherlands
(379) Lessons
98%      
(48) Reviews
Last class : 3 days
3 days ago
Offline
45 Min : $21.56 / £16.66 / €19.72
Trial: FREE

Hello, my name is Yoshi Noda and I'm 44 years old and currently living in Netherlands. I am a native Japanese speaker and teach Japanese. I have taught online with Verbalplanet.com since May 2016. I can speak the following languages fluently: Japanese, Dutch, English. I am currently offering a free initial trial lesson for new students.

Detailed Profile in English

About me

Konnichiwa, ogenki desuka?

I was born and raised in Japan. I now live in the Netherlands.

I was the company owner of a language school in Shinjuku, Tokyo for 8 years. We were specialized in teaching Japanese from beginner to business levels for European and Asian expats living in the Tokyo area. I also taught Japanese as a head teacher in addition to training other Japanese teachers. I also have work experiences in hotel / travel, media / TV, and business consulting industries.

It is always interesting for me to teach people with different work experiences and back grounds : ) Because I believe that teaching language always opens my new world!

Don’t worry, if you don’t speak a word of Japanese. Everyone has to start from somewhere… In fact, I am learning Dutch now!

Let’s enjoy learning Japanese language and culture with me!

Qualifications & Experience

Here are some examples of my course plans and teaching experiences;

【Beginner / Pre-Intermediate Japanese】

You learn really slowly from Hiragana and Katakana to basic Kanji and focuses on daily conversations.

You will learn...

●Introducing yourself both polite and casual ways for the first meetings.

●Talking about you: your hobby, work, interests, county, and family.

●Learning different way of greetings depending on situations.

●Asking about other people and keeping smooth conversations.

●Intonation and pronunciation practices.

●Japanese body languages and mannerisms.

※For Intermediate / Advanced level students, I use not only textbooks but also news articles

from news papers or magazine and current topics from TV program to have discussions.

【JLPT Exam Preparation】

I have taught all levels from N5 to N1. I also have teaching materials for all the levels.

I am qualified to teach all levels of JLPT exams.

【Travel / Survival Japanese】

Useful for people who is planning to visit to Japan for pleasure & fun or business.

You will learn...

●Getting on the various transportation and checking in the hotel.

●Going for shopping and ordering in the restaurant.

●Asking for directions on the streets and the stations.

●What to do in 'Onsen' (hot spring) place? 

●Money and numbers.

●Manners and customs.

●Geography of Japan.

【Business Japanese】

Introducing you to learn how to deal with Japanese people in the real business situations.

You will learn...

●Visiting another company for the first time.

●Way of exchanging business cards.

●Introducing yourself and being introduced to others.

●'do' and 'don't' in Japanese business meeting.

●Giving compliments and expressing gratitude.

●At the business dinner.

●Telephone conversations.

Teaching Approach

●I like using various worksheets as my teaching materials. But if students want to use textbooks, I use Japanese for Busy People, Minna no Nihongo, Genki and others.

●I also create course plans for students according to their needs. For example, travelling, business meeting /mannerism, and focused on conversations lessons.

●I have some experience in developing online teaching methods and designing new curriculum for Japanese languages lessons.


My last class was :
3 days ago.

 
26 Apr 2017
By : rektgaming
Subject : Japanese 

Our student is learning a lot from Mr. Noda. Thank you!

 
25 Apr 2017
By : Ernestoperez
Subject : Japanese 

Time flies by with Yoshi Sensei! :)

 
20 Apr 2017
By : ChelseaZhao
Subject : Japanese 

Noda Sensei is very patient in teaching me new vocabularies and answering my questions. I enjoyed my trial lesson very much. I look forward to improving my Japanese through his classes!

 
18 Apr 2017
By : Maria J
Subject : Japanese 

I cannot say it was a bad lesson because we never had it due to constant changes in his schedule. I would appreciate more commitment into this. I wasted my trial lesson.

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