The role of a tutor is not limited to two hours a week. Assistance in mastering speaking and listening, writing and reading is their lifestyle. Textbooks are just a basement hidden underneath a great variety of communicative and relevant tasks designed by them to inspire each student to do more. They can give Russian lessons online in English, Greek, Finnish, German. Yes, it is all about them, Enjoy Russian School teachers.
FRIENDLY AND EASYGOING AS IF THEY WERE YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS!
Lucia about Robert:
«The language course with Robert is so much fun! We discuss articles, listen to modern songs and he can even tell about how Russian swearwords emerged. Lots of practice and this is what I was looking for».
Graduated from Petrozavodsk State University and started his RFL teaching career in 2018. He has always been interested in Russian culture and history and is proud of being a native speaker and a teacher.
Joined the team in 2018. Graduated from Petrozavodsk State University, participated in RFL courses held by the school, worked as a school coordinator, and now enjoys classes with students at pre-intermediate and intermediate levels.
Student Felix about Anastasia:
«Nastya, keep being awesome! I really liked the task when I had to describe myself as though I were a dog in Russian. It was also a good use of the modern Zoom/Miro style and it was very interactive and fun. Thank you!»
Graduated from Petrozavodsk State University, Faculty of philology. One of the most experienced teachers of the School who had been teaching Russian for 13 years. Loves her job for the ability to meet interesting people from different countries.
Student Padraig about Olga:
«I am very happy with my teacher, she is patient, informative and structures the classes very well. It is very enjoyable to learn a language like this».
Graduated from Petrozavodsk State University, classical philology department. Olga started teaching Russian as a foreign language in 2009. She is interested in comparative grammar and likes studying foreign languages (Greek, French, German).
Student Angel about Olga:
«I appreciate that Olga always tries to cheer us up during Russian online classes, even when we are tired, with creative exercises and the best mood. She is a great teacher who takes her time for each of us. Thank you!»
Anastasia graduated from Magnitogorsk Technical University, worked as a teacher of German and English, and then as a Russian Language Professor at Valdosta State University. Joined the team of teachers in 2020.
Student Michael about Anastasia:
«I liked each lesson we had. This language is difficult, but when you see yourself actually speaking it is priceless. Thanks to my teacher I feel way more confident when communicating».
Graduated from Petrozavodsk State University and has been working as an RFL teacher for 4 years so far. Loves meeting people and encouraging foreigners to learn more about other cultures.
Student Caroline about Anna:
«Anna is a fantastic teacher, so friendly and chatty! With her, I learned a lot of new vocabulary and gained more confidence in speaking».
Petrozavodsk State University graduate, who can give classes not only in English but in French too. She joined the team in 2018 and has already added some powerful tools to a School's teaching arsenal.
Student Hee Ming about Anastasia:
«At the end of the course I was able to code-switch by thinking in Russian, without the need to think in English before translating».
Petrozavodsk State University graduate. She studied at Baltic and Finnish Philology and Culture faculty. Natalia believes that online lessons are as effective as offline ones because students can read, listen, play, speak and sometimes even sing with her.
Student Jeffrey about Natalia:
«The class with this teacher offers an excellent way to practice real conversations and interactions with quality tools and material to learn and practice».
Sofia graduated from Tomsk State University (applied linguistics), University of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (Teaching and Communication in a Multilingual and Multicultural Space). She loves teaching languages and in parallel with English, speaks German and Chinese. Joined the team in 2018.
Student Chiara about Sofia:
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