Choose your schedule
With our special integrated calendar systems, online language class for kids is now as simple and seamless like never before. Our professional Ojibwa tutors will set their availability periods on the integrated calendar and kids will choose slots from the pre-stated periods as provided by tutors. Kids are now able to key into our flexible and efficient online tutoring without fears of cancellation, overlapping classes or any issues whatsoever. We regularly update our calendar to ensure that we always our clients the best experience.
Get the best of online tutoring
The beauty of learning online is the freedom, comfort and dynamism it offers. Kids and clients could choose to sit back and learn from their homes or while out on holidays. Ojibwa teachers are also not left out; online tutoring is one of the most rewarding freelance jobs out there. Teachers can administer classes from home or wherever they deem comfortable. It's all up to the students and teachers to make the best of e-tutoring.
We teach worldwide
At Justlearn, our services are globalized and our language learning platform for kids is accessible all around the world. We have ensured that kids learn new languages as quickly and as easy as possible through our rich curriculum and video chat classes. We are equipped to ensure that the needs of our clients are met. Are you looking for the best language learning experience for your kids, enrol them into our classic and specially designed classes today.
Simple steps to find a tutor
Register on our platform
To enrol your kids and find a tutor, simply sign up and make your choice based on your convenience as per the available schedule by our teachers, and language of interest. We've got the best crop of Ojibwa teachers at Justlearn and you can be sure of nothing but quality at its peak.
Ready to learn
Once you have completed your registration, you will have access to our teachers' page where you can book classes using our integrated calendar system. You will have the liberty to choose time slots provided by that specific tutor only. Students will learn via our sophisticated Justlearn online environment where teachers share knowledge with student wit ease. Teachers can utilize the screen sharing feature, upload feature and several other tools while passing on knowledge to a student. Our modern learning environment is something you will want your kids to be a part of.
Best platform to learn Ojibwa
We are an online language tutelage platform and we are in the market for the best teachers who will ensure that our clients get the best experience. The language you got freely by birth or location can be useful in many ways; teaching is just one. Exposing the world to your native language can earn you a lot of free cash because teaching your mother tongue does not require any training whatsoever. Teachers could either create their profiles, state their language prowess and other basic details then wait for offers or simply find interested students and refer them to us. At Justlearn, language teachers can set their schedule and also work from their preferred location. Teachers get to generate a lot of extra cash and also juggle multiple classes; provided one student will be handled at a time.
Kids and learning Ojibwa
Learning a language is a natural phenomenon for kids and regardless of their mother tongue, they could still learn other languages quite easily. For adults, learning a certain language comes with necessity and in most cases, spotting the differences between sounds and pronunciations is always a concern.
For kids, it's an entirely different experience; they can easily figure out the meaning of words, pronounce them correctly and even put the right sentences together.
How can kids possess such linguistic intelligence? Here is what you need to know about kids learning languages.
At what stage should a kid be introduced to a new language?
By default, children can rhythmically respond to languages from birth. Language development is what varies with each kid. The verbally gifted ones often learn quicker; although in some cases, the learning curve is quite similar.
A recent study has established that kids must be introduced to a new language when they are at about ten(10) years old; provided they wish to attain the level of a native speaker.
More sophisticated research championed by Patrick Kuhl has indicated that it might be best for kids to begin learning a new language between 8-10 months post-birth. This post-birth period is often referred to as the Critical Sound Development Phase for children. In other words, the sounds and languages that children are exposed to at the early stages of their development will determine if a child will speak one language or more.
Can kids learn multiple languages at once?
In most cases, the number of languages that children are exposed to will be a function of languages spoken by their parents or guardians and of course, the dominant languages in their immediate environment.
In a case where a child's parents speak two different languages, it is easier to introduce both languages to that child. However, a child whose parents speak just one language might find it difficult to learn a new one because external support will be required.
Hiring the services of a bilingual caregiver or enrol a child in a bilingual school can help a child learn multiple languages effectively.
How can kids learn Ojibwa?
The learning curve for kids is an entirely different one from that of adults, hence, different sets of rules apply when kids are trying to learn a new language.
Learning has to fun
Kids often have a shorter span of attention compared to grown-ups; ensuring that they learn in a manner that doesn't get them bored too easily is of utmost importance.
Let them play engaging and short language games at an early stage; this will make the learning process a lot easier. Kids do not understand the dividends of hard work, so however you have chosen to introduce a new language to them, it has to be fun-filled and captivating.
Harness the efficacy of songs and stories
It is not an unusual activity when you find kids reciting poems or singing songs that they have been exposed to overtime. Those with advanced linguistic awareness even learn to read before the age of three and more surprisingly, they even use grammatically correct sentences.
Children love songs and stories and these two have proven to be some of the most fascinating ways to get children speaking in foreign languages. Songs and stories have the power to influence a child's pronunciation and listening skills; they also help a child remember sentences, phrases and language structures.