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Italian Private, One-on-One Tutoring (Ongoing, 45 minutes, Once a Week)

Perfect ongoing course to take for one on one tutoring (or tutoring with a friend/ sibling or cousin) to review, get help with Italian, learn new topics in Italian, or learn useful words for an Italian trip.
Emily Culbertson | Italian Teacher & Italian Tutor
474 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 17 learners
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Gaining confidence and having fun learning Italian
I believe that taking foreign language classes opens the doors to many opportunities. In high school, I took Spanish, and at university, I took up through Intermediate level in Italian. I now give students the opportunity to learn Italian language by making it fun and engaging through my teaching style, print offs, and Quizlets games. I have been teaching basic through intermediate Italian courses for over 3 years involving basic conversation skills, grammar (present indicative, passato prossimo, conjugating verbs with pronouns, adjectives reflecting the correct the-- as there are 7 the's in Italian, and more), as well as vocabulary and fairytale reading classes to make the lanuage to come to life in a fun way.
Students may be given Quizlets to review to information learned; however, we won't use Quizlets in class. This is optional homework. If students want to print off materials I add in the class, then a printer and paper will be useful. Some students like to take notes (though not required, it may help) and for that they will need a notebook and pen or pencil.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
None. Except, I can give direction of what Italian course I'd suggest your student taking next if desired.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I have some sources listed in the sources section that we might use during class-- such as YouTube videos and Nearpod-- and also sources that I may put as links for your student to use based on what they are learning-- YouTube videos, Nearpod audio/ games/ presentation to review, Quizlet games to review, Google Drive to see pdfs to print, etc. Students do not have to use these sources as I can just attach a pdf or jpg of what we learned to print off. Students also do not need accounts for any of these sources except Quizlet if they want to save their scores which can be rewarding: but they won't use Quizlet during class, only as a review of material learned.


Emily Culbertson | Italian Teacher & Italian TutorItalian for Beginners through Intermediate (ages 3 and up)
474 total reviews
568 completed classes

About Me

Hello, I'm Emily (or in Italiano, Ciao, Sono Emilia)!

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    I was born in England and currently live in the United States. I went to a Christian private school when I was younger and then did homeschooling until college. In May... 
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