Hi, my name is Julia I am a native Russian speaker and also a certified teacher of Russian as a foreign language.
I have got a degree in International Economics and at present I'm finishing my PhD program in Economics. I’ve been teaching Economics for 4 years including classes for international students.
I lived in New-York and Paris as an exchange student so I know that speaking a foreign language is very important. I’ve learned English and French and I know that sometimes learning languages can be tough. But once you overcome these hardships and fears it becomes really rewarding!
As a teacher I’ll try to make my student's transition from native language to Russian as smooth as possible. I will also teach my students how to integrate Russian into their daily life to learn faster and more effectively.
I take the view that communication is the key. So whatever we do in classes leads to speaking practice. I believe that the main task of a teacher is helping the student overcome his fear and start talking. And from my side I’ll make all efforts to explain new material in an interesting and simplest way so you will feel free to speak Russian.
In general my lessons include:
- Reading practice
- Proper grammar
- Accurate pronunciation and accent reduction
- Vocabulary expansion/conversation practice
- Developing oral speech.
All the materials will be provided to you including audio listenings, electronic books, and customized worksheets).
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