Anna Usova : Russian

Anna Usova
Subject : Russian
Native : Russian
Russia
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45 Min : $14.13 / £11.00 / €12.62
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Hello, my name is Anna Usova and I'm 30 years old and currently living in Russia. I am a native Russian speaker and teach Russian. I have taught online with Verbalplanet.com since June 2016. I can speak the following languages fluently: Russian, English. I am currently offering a free initial trial lesson for new students.

Detailed Profile in English

About me

Hello! I am Anna, a native Russian language teacher. I will be glad to help you with Russian and take you through the challenges of cases, imperfect verbs and... other scary things. If you need a guide, book your free first lesson and decide whether it suits you.

Qualifications & Experience

I started Russian tutoring in 2012 and I specialize in one-on-one tutoring via skype. Throughout this time I have customized my classes as much as possible, to make them suit each student's needs.

2011—2013

B.A. Philology

Moscow State University - Moscow, Russia

Focus in Theories and Methods of Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language

2011—2011

Courses

Moscow State University - Moscow, Russia

Theory and Methods of Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language

2004—2009

B.B.A. Management

State University of Management - Moscow, Russia

Focus in International Transportation Service

Teaching Approach

I will give you the tools to master Russian step by step. Do not be in a hurry, but do something every day and you will notice the results.

Our lessons will represent a variety of teaching approaches. The choice of them will depend on your personality, needs, the information/tasks you are mastering at the moment.

I believe in Lerner-Centered Teaching, It means inquiry-based learning. Do not worry if you have difficulties with summing up what you want from the course. After the first trial class I will be able to identify your blank sides and offer you a relevant studying plan. I offer activities to do after each lesson that we can discuss in the next lesson, such as listening to short stories or reading articles on the topics you're interested in. This approach also means that the student assumes the responsibility for learning while the instructor is responsible for facilitating the learning.

Active Learning - Active Learning is anything that you do in a classroom other than merely passively listening to a tutor's lecture. Research shows that active learning improves students' understanding and retention of information and can be very effective in developing higher order cognitive skills such as problem solving and critical thinking.


     

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