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I completed the full-time course of specialization in Classical Philology: Latin and Greek Languages during my studies at the Department of Classical Philology of the Moscow State University. During this course of study I took the following courses and obtained 27 total credit hours: 1. Introduction in to Classical Philology; 2. Latin prose (Caesar, Levius); 3. Latin Poetry (Horace, Ovidius); 4. Greek Language; 5. Greek Authors (Homer); 6. Latin Language (Middle Ages); 7.Medical Latin; 8. Latin Historical Grammar; and 9. Greek historical Grammar. I have a Master of Arts Degree in Education with a concentration in Classical Philology: Latin and Greek Languages.
Imagine, for a moment, a desk laden with the Russian grammar books and dictionaries, pages filled with tension-causing rules. I swept this desk clean by my method. With me, you learn Russian grammar and syntax alongside vocabulary and pronunciation without even noticing. I know the most effective way to teach Russian.
I have been teaching Russian to students of all ages, from young children to advanced graduate students, for over five years. I taught at the University of Moscow for several years, but my main focus has been on private students, both home-schoolers and students who take Russian in addition to a regular school curriculum, as well as adult students who choose to study Russian for fun. I have taught private students individually and in groups, in their homes, in mine, in bookstores and coffee houses and libraries and parks. I derive great joy from both reading and teaching Russian. I try to convey not only an understanding of the language but also an enthusiasm for it, and an interest in the rich study of Russian history.