Hi I'm Adam from Chicago, USA. In my classes, we learn how to speak English in a natural way. Textbooks have tons of information, but what are the most important parts? I guide students through and highlight the "need to know" areas. We practice how to have conversations using easy-to-remember patterns and by learning the "real" English people actually speak. So let's keep it relevant, current and enjoyable! That's the style we keep in my classes.
Hi there, I'm Johnson. I grew up in Tainan and went to college in Taipei .
Just like most Taiwanese students, I've never studied abroad which makes
me the perfect candidate to teach and show you how to learn English well.
Want to know my secret how I got 990 / 200 in TOEIC / TOEIC speaking?
Don’t hesitate ! Pay me a visit at David's English-Tainan! See you soon!
Hi my name is Chrystal and I am an American from Wisconsin, USA. I have been an educator for many years and I even won awards for teaching excellence. My teaching philosophy revolves around simplifying complex ideas, identifying students’ weaknesses, and playing games to keep learning fun, even for adults. My class is all about getting you to talk and understand the mistakes you make. I love sharing American culture so in every class we see a different part of it. I choose new words I know you will use in your daily lives. I hope to see you in my class!
Hi! My name is Bart, and I’ve been teaching English for over 6 years. I studied English teaching in university and graduate school. I prefer teaching with an active, hands-on approach to making students just memorize grammar patterns and vocabulary. I also believe that students can learn better without pressure. Therefore, I usually encourage students to speak as much as possible in my class. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes, keep learning and never give up. Hope to see you at David’s!
I'm an American originally from Seattle. When I'm not teaching I spend my time taking pictures(usually with a vintage film camera), reading, traveling, listening to music, visiting museums, watching movies or just hanging out with friends. A large part of learning a language is learning the culture that language comes from. If you don't understand the cultural references you may find yourself confused or just not get the joke. In the classroom I work hard to correct students mistakes and listen to what they have to say. It's not just about the words you say but how you say them. A relaxed classroom environment helps everyone feel more comfortable in expressing themselves. Learning should be fun so I try my best to bring in interesting topics/stories for my students so that we all have a good time as we learn.