Nkosingiphile, TUTOROO Zulu Tutor in Johannesburg
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Lives in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
 Since  May 2024
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Miss Mtshali

Private Zulu Tutor in Johannesburg and Online

I am a highly organized, dedicated young teacher, who is willing and able to go above and beyond to meet team objectives and faster company growth. I am passionate about helping other people, and I am willing to help all types of students advance and grow
academically, experience conducting both individual and group support sessions based on students' needs and assessed abilities My greatest strengths are that I am very energetic and patient. I lean on these qualities heavily while l am tutoring /teaching, I think my energy helps to keep students engaged and motivated with the material and my patience allows them to move at their own pace comfortably and my inspirations are genuine warmth and empathy towards all learners in the classroom, respect for the students in both his/her behavior and use of language, praising children for effort towards realizing their potential. Seeking and honoring. I am excellent at working with others to achieve a certain objective/goal on time. I am a self-motivated person and always have a positive response to pressure. I am a committed team player with leadership ability.

My responsibility was to work with the primary teacher to manage the classroom, Implementing daily lesson plans under the supervision of a primary teacher. ensuring the classroom is safe, overseeing students during break time, lunch, and dismissal. Assisting with students' assessments and communication with parents.

Frequently Asked Questions

How easy is it to learn Zulu in Johannesburg?

Learning Zulu, like any language, requires dedication and practice. However, some people might find Zulu to be a bit more challenging than some other languages, particularly if they're not familiar with the Bantu language family.
Some of the unique features of Zulu, such as its system of noun classes and its use of clicks, can be tricky for learners. However, with regular practice and exposure to the language, you can definitely make progress! It might be helpful to find a language learning program, a tutor, or a language exchange partner to help guide you on your language learning journey.

How much time does it take to learn Zulu in Johannesburg?

The amount of time it takes to learn Zulu can vary depending on several factors, such as your prior language learning experience, your study habits, and your level of exposure to the language. However, here's a general breakdown of the estimated time it might take to reach different levels of proficiency in Zulu:
Basic proficiency (enough to get by in simple everyday situations): 3-6 months of regular study and practice.
Conversational proficiency (able to hold basic conversations and understand Zulu media): 6-12 months of regular study and practice.
Advanced proficiency (able to use Zulu comfortably in a wide range of situations): 1-2 years of regular study and practice.
It's important to keep in mind that these are just estimates, and everyone learns at their own pace.

150 ZAR
per hour

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Tutor available for online lessons or in-person private lessons in the following areas:

Durban, gateway

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