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Lessons: 275Students: 28
My name is Teodora. I come from Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. I graduated from the University of Belgrade and hold an MA degree in Classics. Likewise, I have a CELTA as well as a Cambridge C2 Proficiency in English (CPE). Ever since I finished my MA in 2015, I started teaching. For some time, I taught Latin in Belgrade grammar schools, but I soon discovered the benefits of online teaching and turned entirely to this growing field. I have been teaching Latin, Ancient Greek, Serbian, and ESL online for four years now. Teaching online enabled me to meet people from all over the world and share my knowledge with them, and more importantly, share my major principle of how important ancient languages are for our modern education. I have experience in teaching students from all age groups, my youngest student being a girl of four. As for my teaching method, I put a lot of effort in creating lessons adapted to the online environment. This means that I provide my students with all nec...
Lessons: 85Students: 12
If you've ever been taught Latin using the traditional approach—those grammar books with endless translation exercises—you know how cumbersome and unproductive it can be. Even after years of study, you may still find yourself struggling to understand Caesar's commentaries or Virgil's verses, which can seriously hinder your enjoyment of the text. This is where nature's method, also known as the inductive method, comes into play. The approach emphasizes speaking and listening, treating Latin as a living language, and aims to eradicate the strain of constant mental translation. The ultimate goal is to teach students to read and think like an ancient Roman. From my experience and that of my colleagues, the Natura Method is incredibly effective and the results are often remarkable.