As a business school student at HEC Paris, I am currently on an exchange at the University of Tokyo in Japan, in Master 2 in Economics and I would like to give French lessons to students who need them, ranging from "beginner" level (if the student speaks a minimum of English, because I do not speak Japanese) to "advanced" (especially help with homework or preparing exams).
I have already had the opportunity to teach abroad. In particular, for 1 month, I was in charge of the teaching component at the French Institute in Hué, Vietnam where I taught two different groups of children 4 times a week (10-14 and 16-18 years old).
In parallel with one of my internships as a graduate in a startup in Ivory Coast, I also taught French for two months to children and adults in the suburbs of Abidjan. Finally in Paris, I gave 2 years of tutoring (as well as khôlles) to students in preparatory classes and high school (mathematics, french and philosophy).
I think I have the necessary pedagogy to teach French or English in Japan, and it's really a pleasure for me! I plan to take a year off after graduation to teach in a primary school in Paris.
The exact content can be tailored to the students needs and level, and can be agreed upon in the first lesson.