Russian is my native language and I'm teaching Russian as a foreign language for 2 years already. I work with Fulbright scholars from the U.S. (since 2015), also I worked with student from Italy (2015), Greece (2015) and Germany (since 2016).
I graduated from Russian language and Russian literature department and got my additional qualification in teaching Russian as a foreign language. I also have a certificate of a translator (so-called "Cross-cultural communication).
I speak English, German and a little Polish, so I can use these languages as "helpers". I use communicative approach, but also concentrate my attention on Russian grammar when I work with students who has A1 - B1.During my classes I try to speak with student only Russian and try to make students not to be afraid of Russian language.
I use different books while preparing for classes, this is why I consider my lessons to be as useful and informative as it's possible.