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JELLY ANN

Tacloban City, Eastern Visayas, Philippines
Verified User
Teaching License Available
Bachelor's Degree
Teach through skype
Available after office hours
Japanese: Intermediate

About the Instructor/Service Provider

Hello! I am Jelly Ann, you can call me teacher Jelly or teacher Jelai. I am a licensed teacher in the Philippines. I graduated with Bachelor in Elementary Education specializing Special Education. I've been teaching Kindergarten classes for 4 years already. I have experienced in teaching Japanese students-intermediate class way back on 2009 before I became a full time public school teacher. I also worked as an offline tutor, I catered and taught 10 to 12 years old kids. I've handled children with autism for 2 years and I served as their shadow teacher. I love travelling and I do island hopping every summer vacation. I also love reading inspirational books written by John C. Maxwell. I am patient, compassionate and always ready to be of help to anyone who wants to learn English. I am willing to handle learners from different range of age . . I do believe that learning English or other languages is not just simply speaking the language, it is more of bridging gap between nations and races. 

Teaching is really my passion, I don't see myself doing other thing and having other job than teaching and being a teacher is not just simply teaching your learners but making them an asset where they could meet societal needs. Learners on the other hand will learn fast and easy if they have a teachable heart that ready to accept correction. 

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Lessons and Services

NOUN (PART 1)

¥500

WHAT IS NOUN?

         NOUN refers to the name of persons, places, things, animals and events.

TYPES OF NOUN:

  • PROPER NOUN - refers to a specific name of person, place, thing, animal and event. It starts with a capital letter.
  • COMMON NOUN - refers to general name of person, place, thing, animal and event.
  • MASS NOUN - refers to countable noun
  • COUNT NOUN - refers to uncountable noun
  • SINGULAR NOUN - refers to one or single noun
  • PLURAL NOUN - refers to two or more nouns

lesson duration: 30m

NOUN (PART 2)

¥500

WHAT IS A NOUN?

- refers to the name of persons, places, things, animals and events.

TYPES OF NOUN:

  • ABSTRACT NOUN - refers to not concrete noun. Things that our five senses cannot detect
  • CONCRETE NOUN - refers to noun that can be touched or is tangible
  • COMPOUND NOUN - words that are made up of two or more words
  • COLLECTIVE NOUN - refers to the collection or number of persons, places, things and animals.
  • REGULAR NOUN- refers to nouns that only added by an "s" or "es" when converted to plural form
  • IRREGULAR NOUN- nouns that become plural in form when its spelling change rather than adding "s" or "es"

lesson duration: 30m

VERB (PART 1)

¥500

VERB - words that indicate action or movement.

TYPES OF VERB:

  • REGULAR VERB - refers to action words that only added by an "s" or "es" when converted to its plural form
  • IRREGULAR VERB - refers to action words that change its spelling whenever converted to plural form rather than simply adding "s" or "es"

lesson duration: 30m

VERB (PART 2)

¥1000

VERB - expresses an action or a state of being

TENSES OF VERB:

  • SIMPLE TENSES 
  1. Present Tense
  2. Past Tense
  3. Future Tense
  • PERFECT TENSES
  1. Present Perfect Tense
  2. Past Perfect Tense
  3. Future Perfect Tense
  • PROGRESSIVE TENSES
  1. Present Progressive Tense
  2. Past Progressive Tense
  3. Future Progressive Tense
  • PERFECT PROGRESSIVE
  1. Present Perfect Progressive
  2. Past Perfect Progressive
  3. Future Perfect Progres

lesson duration: 60m

PARTS OF SPEECH

¥1000

I would like to impart my learning on different parts of speech where a leraner could use in a day-to-day conversation with people not only with co-japanese english speakers but even to foreign people and tourists. This lesson includes creation of grammatically correct phrases and sentences, correct pronunciation of english words, proper stress for words having multiple meaning and right intonation for any kind of sentence.


lesson duration: 60m

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