English, Filipino
Native Language
Preferred student age
    Secondary school (12-17),
    Students (17-22)
Preferred student level
    Pre Intermediate,



English lessons for children

I have taught children between 3-12 years old. Also, I have a daughter whom I have been teaching English for almost six years now.

English for beginners

Conversational English

As a home-based English tutor, I have taught basic English for beginners.

Having English friends

As a former call center employee, I was exposed to conversational English since the account I was into was based in the US. We also speak English at home.

Reading and writing English

Understanding English movies

I have friends and relatives who are married to men from the US, Australia and UK, thus, I have numerous encounter with them using the English language during our conversations.


Hello! My name is Josette Rose T. Satorre. I took up Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English at Philippine Normal University - Mindanao Campus, where I graduated Cum Laude. I was a High School English teacher for 3 years. Teaching English is my passion because it allows me to communicate to other people and at the same time understand their culture. I am absolutely convinced that a teacher educates children to lead a meaningful and purposeful life, thus, I want to leave a remarkable footprint on my students' lives in any way I can. Learning English is fun and interesting, and I am excited to guide my students in studying the English language the simplest way.


    I worked as a Full-time High School English Teacher at Father Saturnino Urios University from June 2007 to April 2009. In May 2009, I ventured in Business Process Outsourcing and worked as a call center employee of Convergys Philippines until November 2011. In September 2014, I went back to the education industry and worked as a Full-time High School English Teacher at University of Perpetual Help System Dalta until April 2015. Currently, I am a part-time home-based English tutor at Rarejob Philippines.

Teaching Approach

In most of my classes I apply the Learner-Centered Approach because I believe in the students capacity to lead and take charge of activities even when they may not quite have all the content skills. The students may learn to direct their own learning, ask questions and complete tasks independently, and they are more interested in learning activities when they can interact and participate actively.