Private and group tutoring services
1) Math K-10:
- Japanese teaching methods
2) Language Arts, grades 9-12:
- English reading and composition:
college-level essay writing for world history, literature, and college entrance applications
- Three week to two year courses of study in world history and literature to prepare for national testing and college credit.
4) Japanese language
- Intermediate, conversational, reading, and writing, taught at the academy one three hour session per week, or more.
5) Music (all ages):
- Beginner to intermediate banjo, guitar, harmonica, mandolin, and fiddle; and song writing using old-time songs.
Sayuri and Joe Adams have over thirty years experience teaching in public schools both in Japan and in the U.S. For American students, Sayuri uses hands-on math methods she used as a public elementary school teacher in Japan. She taught Japanese language to students in Lumpkin and Hall counties for ten years and arranged home-stays for a student's trip to Japan in 2012. Joe is a Georgia-licensed Language Arts and Social Studies teacher with experience teaching gifted and special needs students. He has a B.A. in English and History from the University of North Georgia and an M.A. in History from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Joe and Sayuri taught beginning and intermediate Japanese language classes at the University of North Georgia at Dahlonega and Gainesville during the 2015-16 school year.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (706)265-5502. More on the on-site International Appalachian Academy (I.A.A.) course-work here.