My name is Sara, I am 35 years old and Danish American.
I have previously lived in Berlin where I worked as a visual artist and taught Danish at the language school 'Sprachenatelier' (I have a letter of recommendation from my previous boss if needed).
The past two years I have been studying online to become a teacher of English, German and visual arts at 'UC South' in Denmark. Through my current studies to become a teacher, I have gained a lot of knowledge about language and teaching strategies, which will ensure language lessons on a high and professional level.
Based on research, I believe that the learner's intrinsic motivation is key to learning, and I believe it can be strengthened by making a lesson interesting, enjoyable and challenging.
I am a patient, positive and ambitious teacher, and I will do everything I can to provide the best language lessons possible!
I unfortunately can't write that Danish is easy to learn, but the Danish Grammar is actually relatively simple (in comparison to German grammar for instance). However, I know quite many people that have learned to speak Danish fluently, and therefore I know that it is definitely possible!
What generally makes learning Danish difficult in Denmark is that the Danes speak English very well, and are also very willing to switch to English to be polite. However, I have several non-Danish friends that moved to Copenhagen as adults, and insist on only speaking Danish, and they have learned to speak excellent Danish. Therefore, I would conclude that it is a little difficult, but possible with enough time and willpower invested in learning.
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