I had an amazing time I learned so much at Coffee,Tea & Mandarin. My teacher Fan was absolutely fantastic.Every class was interesting and more importantly fun. I can't recommend this school enough. ---Sarah(Xia Sha,from New York)
Add:Lane228 Changshu Road,
Room 105, No. 12, Shanghai
\(^o^)/ I enjoy the time I spend with my students and take great pride in helping them increase their Mandarin skills. The most important thing I do to make my lessons productive is not to be constrained by the book. I always work with my students to create custom daily dialogues with the words that they can use immediately in their daily life. This is what makes private or small group lessons with me so effective. My students, both old and new, always tell me two things. First, that I have a positive attitude and that this helped them learn more Mandarin. Second, that they like my jokes and magic tricks! ……………………more
Hi，my name is Mary , actually my name is MaryJo, my friends call me Mary.I major in Mandarin and has more than 2000 hours teaching experiences. I know leaning a new language is difficult , therefore, I always use interesting language games sand real scene approach to teaching.(You know, some sentences on the book is not nature.)Look at the photo of my smiling, I smile when you smile.♪(´▽｀) If you crying(╯﹏╰) because of the life or working pressure, I will make you smiling( ^o^ ).
Hello,this is Monica,I major in teaching Chinese as a second language.I really happy that by work as a mandarin teacher can give me so many different experience ,I have a lot of kind students and friends here now ,and I hope people who came to shanghai can live a happily life just like me. Plus,what I often say is,”Wish you happy everyday”O(∩_∩)O~-
Hello,I'm Seventeen--17, interesting name right? Because it sounds like my Chinese name. I graduate from Shanghai Normal univeristy,major in Mandarin.I really enjoy teaching Chinese.The feeling is so great when I see my students can deal with the life in Chinese independently.I'm so be proud of them and myself.
I love teaching new students and use a step by step approach that allows my students to learn efficiently, without getting confused. I find that a lot of students get confused learning Mandarin because they jump around too much, and don’t study topics in order. I think that my greatest strengths as a teacher are that I am very patient and like to encourage my students to overcome any fear they may have in speaking a new language.