I‘m a teacher at the best SFI-school (Swedish For Foreigners school) in Stockholm: ABF Sveavägen 84, and I love it.
My students would indeed say I’m a good and very engaged and positive teacher - and I also have both a professional and private Google Classroom, where I can hand out any kind of material, mostly made by myself: grammar, classical texts rewritten for easy reading, articles with questions, wordlists and questions about short films, emails to answer, material to listen to - and also free material from different sources. Everything from beginner to advanced learner.
Swedish is my first language and my English is quite okay. I do also understand a bit of German and Italian. My spoken Swedish is more or less flawless, and my vocabulary is without limits - and I don’t speak too fast (even if I can speed up). Grammar and knowledge about modern (and ancient) Swedish, how it changes and how you use certain expressions today - are important. Many books are not updated - but I am.
I have a lot of interests, as movies, series (in many genres), literature from Shakespeare, The Bronte sistens, Dostoyevsky, Selma Lagerlof -
to Harry Potter, fantasy/urban fantasy and biographies - as Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover (which was really gripping), art, architecture, environmental issues - and of course: meeting peoples.
So, hopefully you want to try me out!
-Bachelor degree in Swedish and History with a Teaching licence1989
-Swedish as a second language with a Teaching license 2012
-Have worked at ABF SFI city since 2015 - and still do. Love my job!
-an enthusiastic and positive teacher.
-very responsive and I can adapt my teaching to your needs. I can also correct any written work with comments (at the level you wish).
-used to work with different resources such as Google Classroom and whatever you need.
-offering you “coffee with conversation” - which means you either can come to my home in central Stockholm, or meet in a coffee shop, for a cup and talk IRL.