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Khabarovsk Academy of Economics and Law (Law)
Brigham Young University (Graduation in April 2012) (Master's)
I love teaching languages. I've been teaching English to ESL students, and my last year and half I've enjoyed teaching Russian to North American students. I also have tutoring experience in both languages. However, I prefer teaching Russian better because the language is hard which makes it fun to learn. Tutoring methods depend on what a student's needs are. Sometimes students desire to learn a language because it's sounds cool, other times because they determined to use it in their career, or they love traveling.
I love teaching languages. I've been teaching English to ESL students, and my last year and half I've enjoyed teaching Russian to North American students. I also have tutoring
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I received my master's degree in MA Russian from BYU, and I took all necessary courses not only to work with a student one-on-one but also work with a group of students. I worked as a tutor before and received only positive comments from my tutees.