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HTC53018567
Lu Jing
32
Female
Chinese
Public Transport
Yishun ST 72, singapore

Education Background & Teaching Experience

Full Time tutor   
Bachelor's Degree
SIM
Supply Chain Management
N/A
University/Polytechnic: Years of study Course/Specialization:
0
Teaching Experience Years of experience Name of school, tuition centre, or institution
Part-Time Tutor 6 Giving home tuition
Tuition Center Teacher 1 Reading Town

Subjects

  • English
  • Chinese
  • Maths
  • Phonics
  • Chinese
  • Maths
  • Higher Chinese
  • Chinese
  • Chinese B
  • Maths
  • Additional Maths
  • Conversational Mandarin

Travel Area

Travel Area

  • Admiralty
  • Khatib
  • Kranji
  • Mandai
  • Marsiling
  • Newton
  • Novena
  • Orchard
  • Sembawang
  • Somerset
  • Woodlands
  • Yio Chu Kang
  • Yishun
  • Jurong

Others

"There is a will, definitely there will be a way. We can do it!"
I have been teaching Chinese for the past 6years. I teach mainly international students who enrolled in both international and local government schools. 1. Taught a Filipino student since she was P5. From her initial dislike for Chinese, I was able to influence her to have an interest in Chinese. For her PSLE two years ago, she managed to get a C, which her parents considered a vast improvement. With her parent's trust, I am now also teaching her Math. 2. I am also teaching 2 Cambodian kids studying in a government school in Primary 2. We have 4 lessons per week. I have been teaching them for the past 1.5 years when they were still in K2. I am tutoring them for higher Chinese for P2. 3. I also have an International student, a Korean. I have been teaching him for the past 3 years. He studies in an international school. His school teacher thought he is from china because he can speak fluent Chinese even he is from Korean. I had taught adult for conversation and writing, he lives in Boston, and we had lesson through Skype, I had been teaching him for the past 1 year. I am a patient, fun and lovely teacher. With my strong Chinese background and positive thinking, I can influence my students to work towards better learning attitude and hence better results.
3. I also have an International student, a Korean. I have been teaching him for the past 3 years. He studies in an international school. His school teacher thought he is from china because he can speak fluent Chinese even he is from Korean.
Taught a Filipino student since she was P5. From her initial dislike for Chinese, I was able to influence her to have an interest in Chinese. For her PSLE two years ago, she managed to get a C, which her parents considered a vast improvement. With her parent's trust, I am now also teaching her Math. Currently I am teaching her brother, since primary 5, psle had scored A for Chinese. Taking express Chinese in secondary 1 now.