- Teaches students:
- Ages 7+
- Teaching since:
My name is Artem K. I was born and raised in Russia. I am now living in the States and doing what I love to do - teaching. According to Confucius, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Now as I have been teaching for almost 10 years, I am certain that I most certainly will not have to work a single day in my life. I will simply be enjoying the process of educating my students and sharing my culture with them.
Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
ϖ Following the program of study for different levels of the Russian language acquisition: Elementary I, Elementary II (with their correlative Interactive Classes), Intermediate I, Intermediate II (with their correlative Interactive Courses), Advanced (with its correlative Interactive Course)
ϖ Managing the schedule of students, who are on a time conflict
ϖ Assisting students with their learning goals, meeting their concrete goals in mastering Russian
ϖ Working closely with other adjunct professors in writing up and preparing their course materials and printouts/ handout, vocabulary flashcards, etc.
ϖ Keeping up to date with developments in the world of language teaching
Teaching ESL (English As a Second Language): grammar, structure and writing courses, various levels
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I've taken lessons with Artem online, via Skype. His lessons are always informative and fun which insures progression in the language. At first it seemed like a lot of work, but I was amazed how I could speak after just a few sessions with him. Some of the activities included acting out real life situations, listening activities, oral presentations and videos.
I highly recommend anyone looking to learn Russian to take classes with Artem.