1. Self Introduction Message
Hi everyone! My name is Bruna Luise and I´m a Brazilian English teacher. I´m always trying my best at work every day with a smile on my face and I also try to always look for the bright side of everything.
2. Message for students and parents
I love working with kids, teach and play with them. I truly believe we can have lots of fun while studying English! I am also always paying attention to the students needs to make sure they get the best time and lesson they could have. Being careful and caring, I believe that the students have a huge potential to learn English.
3. Certification & Experience as English teacher
I grew up in Brazil while my mother raised me speaking Portuguese and English. Also, during my adolescence, I joined an International English School for 10 years.
I was a private English teacher for kids and adults before coming to live in Japan.
4. About your Hobbies
One thing that I love the most is to try and taste as many teas from around the world as I can. I also love eating new types of food and traveling every time I can. I´ve been to many countries and seen amazing places.
5. Your Mission in SUNNY BUNNY
As a teacher at Sunny Bunny, I always try my best to make sure the students are having fun during lessons and that their English improve as the lessons go by. Paying attention to their needs, I intend to focus on every student necessities.
6. Memory of your Childhood
One of my best childhood memories is from when my parents took me and my sister to the beach and to an amusement park close to it. We had so much fun as a family that it sticks to my memory until today as if it was yesterday. Also, I grew up surrounded by cousins, every time we could together would become a huge pajama party with lots of candies all the time!
7. Story about you: Something you found challenging and overcome
I’ve had many challenges in my life. But certainly, my biggest one was selling my house in Brazil and coming to live in Japan. Learning a new and so different language surrounded by a culture so different than my own brought me new perspectives on life I never thought I would have and that now I am so thankful to be part of. If there is one thing I’ve learned in life is that there no huge progress at the comfort zone.