May 2021, San Deigo: There are a variety of reasons why people are becoming more interested in learning Japanese these days, each one carrying their own motivations.
It could be Manga and anime that piqued their interest in Japanese, and many of them went on to study it. Then there are serious gamers who have developed an interest in Japan as a result of playing Japanese video games. History buffs are enthralled by the fascinating changes that have occurred over time, and foodies are enthralled by Japanese cuisine. Engineers, musicians, businesspeople, language enthusiasts, and a diverse range of other people are interested in undertaking Japanese Lessons in San Diego.
Camellia Tutoring is founded by Erika Soga— a TESOL Med based in San Diego, who was born in Owariasahi, Japan, grew up bilingual and bicultural of Japanese and English. She started to master TESOL (teaching English as a second language) in her undergraduate education at Nanzan University in Nagoya, Japan while teaching ESL in Japan simultaneously. After moving to San Deigo, Erika studied at the University of San Diego in the field of TESOL, Literacy and Culture, and obtained her Master of Education. Her intent is to consolidate the interest of the learner in each lesson as she strongly believes that client satisfaction and meaningful learning are what matters the most.
Camellia Tutoring also provides ESL lessons in San Deigo to those willing to learn and use the language at the same time.
Apart from the above, Camellia Tutoring offers classes through FaceTime, Google Hangouts, and Zoom. If one is impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and requires a waiver, they may feel free to get in touch with them to get a concession on the course fee. This can be arranged as needed. Lesson fees are otherwise nominally priced at
USD 25/hr for private lessons and USD 20/hr for group sessions, respectively.
To know more about the Japanese Lessons in San Diego and other services that they offer, you may visit their website at https://camellialanguage.com.