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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 TEFL certificate 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 w...
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About myself: I began learning Latin through the Nature Method more than four years ago. I was fortunate enough to receive instruction from some of the best natural method Latin teachers in the world (Vivarium novum Accademy) and have since gained substantial experience teaching in the method myself, offering my services to everyone from absolute beginners to Latin teachers. About the Nature Method: If you’ve been taught Latin through the traditional method, using the usual grammar books and translation exercises, chances are that even after years of study you still find yourself slogging through Caesar’s commentaries or Virgil’s verses, encountering difficulties that impede both your understanding and enjoyment of the text. The Nature (or inductive) Method, which places a greater emphasis on speaking and listening just as though Latin were a living language, is intended to overcome difficulties caused by the strain of constant mental translation and, ultimately, to teach students ...