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Learning Russian the natural way: the immersion way. Just exposure to listening and speaking while engaging in the learner's favorite hobby.
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45 minutes per class
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This class is for students who are in need to practice their conversational Russian and meet new Russian speaking friends. Learn language the natural way: the immersion way. Please note that this class is for Advanced to Fluent Russian speakers; learners are expected to be able to hold a conversation in Russian. This class will focus on improving their fluency. So if your learner speaks Russian at home, went to a Russian school or used to live in a Russian speaking country and wants to keep...
To practice, practice and practice. Learners will naturally acquire language skills over time, using repeated exposure, listening and speaking about the subject matter presented for the week and while working on different art projects.
Being a multilingual, I am well aware of the challenges that a student is facing when learning a new language. I know it can appear difficult, or even scary, and sometimes frustrating , but learning a new language can be fun too. Additionally, I know that the biggest challenge when learning a new language for many students is to speak. Being surrounded with peers, we will make mistakes together and learn from each other, practicing and building our confidence. Russian is my native language. I am a certified teacher with 3 years experience, teaching in person and online. I am very patient and flexible, but most importantly I want your child to succeed while having fun. I work with students who are looking to speak more fluently and want to achieve a deeper understanding of the Russian language and Russian culture.
⇢ Supply list for week of August 2: Cooking class (making traditional Russian salad Olivie): • 1 lb bologna or ham • 3 small-medium potatoes • 3 carrots, • 6 eggs, • 4-5 dill pickles, • 1 sweet onion, • 1 can (12-15 oz) sweet peas • 1-1.5 cup mayo • dill or chives (optional) • salt and pepper, to taste Before the class starts: Cook carrots and potatoes (in their skin) in boiled water for about 20-30 minutes, until they fully cooked through. Boil eggs for 11 minutes. Set all ingredients aside to cool to a room temperature. Peel potatoes, carrots and eggs after they have cooled down.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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242 total reviews
247 completed classes
*Mother's Day Special: Use coupon code CESNOA4 to get $4 discount on my classes until May14th. I am a creative person that is passionate about wellness and the environment. I love traveling and meeting new people, learning about their customs and...