Greek Lessons for all levels (A1-C2) taught by a native speaker
Hello everybody! My name is Dora. I am from Thessaloniki, Greece and I live in Maastricht, Netherlands. I graduated from the Department of Philology with a specialization in Classics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. I am an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher. With the four-month Erasmus internship as a teacher of Greek language at the University of Zaragoza, Spain, I had the opportunity to gain teaching experience and interact with people of different cultural background. It improved my communication skills and boosted my self-confidence and, also, gave me the chance to realise the importance of digital media in education. I speak Greek, English and French. All the educational material is provided by me! I am looking forward to meeting you!
Philosophy courses (initiation or deepening, all concerned public)
This course is primarily an introduction to philosophy, ideal for beginners. We will approach the main currents, from Antiquity to the Modern Age. For those who then want to go further, I offer more in-depth courses in the following disciplines: general epistemology, anthropology, philosophy of science, philosophy of nature, moral philosophy, aesthetics, metaphysics. Feel free to contact me for more information.
Introduction to philosophy: mind and consciousness
What is the nature of consciousness? Is there a self? Is the mind identical to the brain? Can life have meaning in a physical universe? These are big questions that philosophy can help tackle. Together, we will talk about how to understand these questions more precisely, look at some answers, and learn how to approach both questions and answers using critical thinking tools. Who is this class for? Students who've never taken philosophy, adults who are interested in exploring big ideas, and scientists and entrepreneurs who'd like to learn how to think about these questions in a more rigorous way.
Philosophie niveau lycée : préparation au baccalauréat de philosophie
La philosophie est une matière souvent mal vue ou perçue comme difficile, c'est pour cela que l'enseignement de la philosophie est délicat. Pour se faire, il faut aider un maximum l'étudiant dans ses révisions, dans la compréhension et dans l'abord de la matière. Le but de ce cours est de mettre l'étudiant ou l'élève en confiance avec la matière afin d'aborder plus sérieusement les notions et les exercices demandés pour les examens finaux : le baccalauréat de philosophie. Afin d'aider au mieux l'élève ou l'étudiant, nous reviendrons ensemble sur les difficultés et ou les incompréhensions pour les corriger et permettre à ce dernier de réussir au mieux sa scolarité en philosophie. Nous aborderons alors plus sereinement les exercices écrits tels que la dissertation ou l'explication de texte. Afin de préparer au mieux l'élève ou l'étudiant, je propose plusieurs exercices écrits voire des bacs blancs en fin d'année pour évaluer concrètement l'élève ou l'étudiant et lui permettre de se situer pour le jour de l'examen. Plus on s'entraine, plus c'est simple pour la suite. Je suis toujours à l'écoute et remets en question mes méthodes si cela ne fonctionne pas. Ce cours est un lieu de bienveillance, sans jugement. Ce cours sert à progresser à sa vitesse sans d'autres élèves autour. Le cours se propose comme un cours magistral ou comme une discussion constante entre l'élève et moi-même.
Learn Modern Greek - Νέα Ελληνικά - Learn grammar, syntax, vocabulary, speaking and writing.
If you have always been intrigued by this unique language with a grate history, but you don't know where to start - Look no further! Hi! (Γειά!) My name is Kat. It's a shorter version of Katerina (Αικατερίνη or Κατερίνα), or Catherine as you know it in its English form. Hope I'm not scaring you off already! I am a singing teacher with special training in orthophony. I am a native Greek polyglot. I speak English at a native level thanks to my traveling family. I also speak Japanese, Danish and Swedish. As you may know, there are many versions of the Greek language, due to constant changes throughout history. Some well-known versions are Ancient Greek (and they are categorised by period, dialect, and form), Katharevousa (conceived in the late 18th century), and Modern Greek (Demotic). We call it "Νέα Ελληνικά" (Nea Elinika). Although Ancient Greek are studied in universities around the world, they are not used anymore. Many people with degrees in Ancient Greek would never be understood when speaking in modern Greece, unfortunately. With me you will be learning the alphabet, the grammar rules, and the syntax as used in modern times. Next time you visit Greece for your vacation, you will be able to speak freely and be understood. No matter what your mother tongue is, and how heavy the pronunciation you have, you will be able to bypass it and master the real sounds we use in Greek. I am not only a singing teacher. I have taught English to a group of Japanese teenagers, and helped them correct pronunciation before their studies abroad. In the past, I was also teaching art to young kids of ages 7 to 9. I have devoted my life to teaching. My method has been specifically developed to match the subject and the student. My motto is that the teacher must be the one to adjust to the student each and every time. I have been a part of the teachers network in ApprentUs for over a year. Send me a message with all your questions and we can start immediately. My plan will have you speaking Modern Greek in a month. Why learn Greek? * Because it is the root to many other languages around the world. After learning Greek vocabulary, you will start understanding the original meaning of so many words for example in English, Spanish, etc. You will learn how to find the root in every unknown word, and gain a different perspective on language learning. We Greeks learn a very complex language that keeps developing to the day, and we have great techniques to master it fast. * Rare and exotic languages have become very popular the last years. Languages like Korean and Japanese, too. Greece is probably already a place you visit often so you can actually put your learning to the test! * There are Greeks everywhere. As a Greek living abroad in Scandinavia for the past 5 years, I still cannot believe how often I meet other Greeks in the streets of Copenhagen and Malmö, where I usually stroll. Knowing Greek can come in handy if we ever decide to take over the world! * You live for the challenge. Admit it, the more difficult the language, the best it feels when you actually speak it. I will be helping along the way, through any difficulty. * Greeks can't help but fall in love with people who try to speak their language! You try it, and you'll see a huge smile on their face. You will probably earn some free shots of tsikoudia or ouzo.
Teaching Greek as a foreign language for adults & children
I am a Greek passionate teacher and together we will be a life-long learners, because a great teacher is not afraid to learn right alongside their students. Key words about my method are: passion, creativity, flexibility, integration and connection. Together we will learn not only Greek grammar and syntax but also Greek culture and civilization.
Greek lessons for teenagers and adults with an experienced teacher. I look forward to you all!
If you want to learn Greek, you've come to the right place! I do my job with enthusiasm to make it easier for you to learn the Greek language. My lessons are structured according to the needs of each student. Speaking, reading, listening and writing are integrated into the lessons using a variety of working methods. I pay attention to the conveyance of both the language and the culture!
Ancient Greek lessons for all levels (beginners, intermediates, higher education students) - ADULTS
Associate professor, Doctor of Letters, translator, teaches ancient Greek. This course is for anyone wishing to learn ancient Greek and gradually gain access to literature, culture, philosophy, and ancient history. The course calls on basic French grammar knowledge, which can be reviewed as needed.
A graduate of HEC Paris / Sorbonne gives courses in philosophy and general culture (high school/prepa level).
Hello everyone, My name is May, I am Franco-English and I offer online courses in philosophy and general culture. I have been giving private lessons for 8 years. I always try to adapt as well as possible to each of my students, and to pass on to them the enthusiasm I have for philosophy. My classes are always caring, and demanding without being strict - I believe you learn best when you are relaxed and having fun. Especially when studying philosophy, which is above all incredible gymnastics for the mind, and a means of discovering other ways of thinking about the world, the things around us, human relationships. I remain attentive to my students and seek the best ways to move forward with them, to develop their analytical skills, and to consolidate their methodology while exploring fascinating subject matter. I live in London where I am a writer, actress and director. I did a baccalaureate L (with honors TB), studied in the hypokhâgne/khâgne literary preparatory class at the Lycée Henri IV, then at HEC Paris (Msc in Business) and at the Sorbonne (bachelor's degree in philosophy, honors TB). Do not hesitate to contact me for more information and to discuss your expectations. See you soon !
Greek language teacher for students 7-18 years old or adults
I have been teaching Greek and Latin to students of secondary education successfully for the last twenty years. I have attained Bachelor Classical Greek and Latin Language and Literature, in National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. In addition, I have gained Master (Ma) in Pedagogical Psychology and Educational Act in Harokopio University of Athens. I am really enthusiastic and eager to help young students and the institution to achieve their goals. Also, I am a very reliable, communicative and sociable person, willing to co operate with multicultural people. I have a very good knowledge of my subject and immense contact with students and teenagers. The studies in pedagogical psychology have offered me important opportunities to treat difficult cases and behaviors of students or parents. In addition, I can make decisions quickly and implement them in order to achieve the control of my students in the class. Furthermore, experience in education has helped me to develop very good relationships with the parents of my students and co-operate with them.
French as a foreign language, FLE, French as a second language and modern Greek
I am bilingual, Greek and French. 30 years of experience as a teacher, I give French lessons at all levels: DELF, DALF, SORBONNE, CCIP and CNED. On webcam in a studious atmosphere, I offer all electronic material free of charge on word and PDF pages. Specializing in both literary and economic texts, I take care of beginners as well as advanced people who want to progress in French. It is the same for all levels in Greek. Graduated from the University of Sorbonne IV Paris, I also work on corrections of memoirs, comments and translations. All the material for the French literary baccalaureate and for the French literature of the Aristotle Universities of Thessaloniki and Kapodistrian of Athens are provided free of charge. MY METHODOLOGY Expert for beginners, since I have worked a lot on my "beginners" method which is based on my own experience in collaboration with specialist writers from CLE international and so we proceed in stages. My methodology for other levels includes a variety of documents + books from major publishing houses, authentic sound documents, grammar exercises, animated dialogues, role plays with the learner, phonetics exercises, morphosyntax, analyzes of press articles or magazines from the same day of the real news and thus develop the side of French civilization and culture too much demanded for the DELF, DALF, SORBONNE exams. On webcam I share my screen, I write most of the terms and I send them after the lesson in pdf on the email of the student. The student will be able to print my notes. I also use specialized methods for English speakers. My lesson is not limited to an hour of 60 minutes because I send you throughout the week videos, magazines of your interest: arts, fashion, politics, history, health etc.
Modern and ancient Greek language, Test and exams Prep tutoring
I am a Greek tutor and I specialize in - Ancient and Modern Greek (grammar, syntax, public speaking) -Greek literature (literary analysis of texts, style of written language) - Creative writing (develop your writing and verbal skills) - Mythology and history (ancient, medieval and modern) - Latin -Preparing students for exams I also assign creative homework after every lesson and provide progress reports.
Philosophy of Baccalaureate or for adults who want to start.
Philosophy for school age or adults. I am licensed. I love this subject and my enthusiasm is contagious. We will review the topics for which the student has exams or those that the student feels are of special interest. Textbooks sometimes make this subject more difficult and unenjoyable than it should be.
Learning and writing Spanish through everyday life, literature and philosophical discussions.
Online or face-to-face courses. In this course, the student will choose from among the teacher's proposals a subject that interests him. These can vary between conversations, everyday contexts, literary readings, reflections on feelings, discussions of politics, science, etc. Through this, the language will be taught through the constant interaction between French and Spanish. The student will obtain notions of grammar, writing (can be literary, academic, etc.). Then, a small writing of the genre will be produced in agreement with the student by which it will be corrected and guided by the teacher. At the end of the course, we aspire to have a mastery of the language that allows daily interaction, we seek to deepen different thoughts, to share cultures, experiences to recognize language as a means of expression. The courses will be didactic and constantly adapted to the needs.
PHILOSOPHY (University Exams and School); ITALIAN (language, literature and culture); FRENCH; LATIN. For UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL and BUSINESS
I. Academic Career: - Chargé d'enseignement (Cours magistral CM) en Épistémologie : méthodologie universitaire, Département d’Histoire, Faculté des Lettres, ICP - Institut Catholique de Paris (Assas) - Chargé d'enseignement (Cours magistral CM et TD) en Épistémologie et Histoire des Sciences, Université UTC de Compiègne, Alliance Sorbonne Université, PSL – Paris Sciences Lettres Chargé d'enseignement en Histoire des Sciences, Faculté d’Études humanistes, Université de Vercelli - QUALIFICATIONS (MAÎTRE DE CONFÉRENCES) en Philosophie (CNU 17) et Épistémologie et Histoire des Sciences (CNU 72) ; - PHD in PHILOSOPHY, Sorbonne University (Paris IV), très honorable avec félicitations du jury à l'unanimité ; - PHD in PHILOSOPHY, University of Macerata (Italy), magna cum laude ; - MASTER II in PHILOSOPHY, Catholic University of Milan, 110/110 cum laude ; - BACHELOR in PHILOSOPHY, University of Trento, 110/110 cum laude. II. Books: – (book) S. KONSTANTINOV – L. SAPOGIN, New Physics is the key to solving problems. Cosmology and Quantum Physics, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2020 [ISBN 978-620-2-92413-9] III. Articles: - Osservazioni fisico-teoriche attorno al primo scritto di Kant sulle forze vive del 1746 (1749), «PHYSIS», 53 (2018), pp. 143-173 ; - L’histoire du droit et la question épistémologique fondamentale de la Science « classique ». La méthodologie historique-critique dans la philosophie transcendantale de Kant, in N. Hakim (éd.), L’histoire du droit. Entre science et politique, Paris, Éditions de la Sorbonne, 2019, pp. 35-58 [ISBN 979-10-351-0324-8] ; – (intervention) Conférence organisée par la Société française de Philosophie Avoir des droits : pourquoi, comment, lesquels ?, séance du 21 novembre 2015, exposé de M. Jean-François Kervégan, Bulletin de la Société française de Philosophie, 109 (2015), 4, Octobre-Décembre, p. 43-44 [ISBN 978-2-7116-5078-1] ; – (article) « Il sonno dell Cultura genera mostri », in Scenari, 18 Mars 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 – (article) « Kant and a New Physics », in IJARPS, 7 (2020), 9, p. 13-26 ; – (article) « The Immanuel Kant’s Living Forces », by Stanislav Konstantinov and Stefano, in IJARPS, 7 (2020), 10, p. 1-7 ; – (article) « Parola e immagine », in Scenari, 23 Septembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 – (article) « Parola, immagine e rappresentazione. Note kantiane per un recupero dell’esistenza », in Scenari, 29 Septembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 ; – (article, Actes du Congrès SISFA 2019) « The vis viva (living force) controversy in the first kantian work [1746 (1749)] and his relevance for the Contemporary Physics », in Atti del XXXIX Convegno annuale – Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference, Pisa, 9-12 Settembre 2019, Società Italiana degli Storici della Fisica e dell’Astronomia (SISFA), Pise, Pisa University Press, 2020, p. 135-145 ; – (article) « Penrose, il Nobel e il sogno di una notte di mezza estate, ovvero: “Sogni di un visionario chiariti come sogni della (Meta-)Fisica” », in Scenari, 18 Novembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 – (article) « Immanuel Kant and Dead Matter », in IJARPS, 7 (2020), 11, p. 31-38 ; – (article) « La questione delle forze vive e la Meccanica di Aristotele nel primo scritto di Kant », La Cultura, LVIII (2020), 2-3, p. 277-297 ; – (article) Penrose, il Nobel e il sogno di una notte di mezza estate, ovvero: “Sogni di un visionario chiariti come sogni della (Meta-)Fisica”, in «Scenari», 18 Novembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 ; – (article) « Due osservazioni storico-critiche in merito al primo scritto di Kant sulle ‘forze vive’ e al Traité de Dynamique di D’Alembert (1743 ; 1758) », La Cultura, LIX (2021), 1, p. (?). IV. I teach for STUDENTS (from primary School to University), for BUSINESS and ENTREPRISE: - PHILOSOPHY (History of Philosophy and philosophical thinking) - ITALIAN (language, literature and culture); - FRENCH (language, culture, conversations, Philosophy); - LATIN (grammar and translation) - PHYSICS (Mechanics, Relativity and History of Physics) - MATHEMATICS - GEOMETRY (Euclidean Geometry and Grounds of Non-Euclidean Geometry) - LOGIC (Formal Logic, Philosophy of Language, Connotation and Dénotation Theory).