LidiaGeneral Knowledge for a lifelong learning education
Specialize into simplifying concepts; experienced in International Education IB, Jury Central and University curriculum.
Political Sciences, Law, History, Arts and Theoretical Sciences.
Cambridge certified Teacher, professor of Business Law and Ethics.
JustynaLearn Greek for everyday use, university, tourism with FUN and passion
I am a native speaker of Greek. I graduated from a Greek high school and, later, the University of Athens where I attended courses in pedagogics, psychology, and linguistics.
During our lessons, I'll help you develop your skills (oral/written, and not only). I'll also try to help you improve your pronunciation and spelling. I assign homework and after I receive it, correct it thoroughly additionally providing a lot of remarks/examples if they are necessary.
I worked at a language center between 2009-2016 where I was a director of studies and taught mainly English as a foreign/second language. Since 2005, when I first started teaching Greek, I have taught children and adults on a variety of language proficiency levels, mainly individually.
I constantly seek progress, meaning that I study further through reading books/articles concerning didactics/methodology and learning difficulties (chiefly dyslexia), observing other teachers as well as attending seminars (online or face-to-face).
During my lessons I use :
- Skype/Whatsapp/Messenger to connect with you,
- Google Docs to keep notes, which you can check at any time and they are yours to keep,
- sketch board me to make mind maps to show connections between ideas, etc.
- books, PPP, word docs, diagrams, pics, etc.
- pronunciation/spelling/grammar games,
- authentic materials were taken from websites.
I adore my profession and desire each and every one of my students be satisfied with the lesson. That's why I make sure the atmosphere is stress-free and nice. I also want my lessons to be as effective and close to real-life needs as possible. Therefore, I make sure they are well-prepared, although they can be altered at any point, should such an opportunity arise. I like explaining things in a variety of ways as well as make use of dictionaries, diagrams, etc. When it comes to students who want to obtain certificates, I am very demanding.
What can I teach?
- I would love to help you improve/develop all language skills (speaking/writing-listening/reading + grammar/vocabulary/pronunciation),
- I would love to help you prepare for state certificates such as A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.
- I would love to help you with homework and assignments (literature, history) from school and university (but please contact me about that IN ADVANCE).
Regarding Ancient Greek, I can help you with commentaries/translations/grammar/syntax:
- Socrates, Plato, Aristotle,
- Homer, Aeschylus, Euripides, Sophocles, Sappho,
- Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon.
SarahHistory Geography private lessons all levels possible online
To pass the History / Geography test, it is necessary to master the methodology and the knowledge required and it is for these purposes that private lessons are offered by a highly qualified teacher, very pedagogue and with a long experience in the field. teaching of the French system and also in the Tunisian system.
Courses are offered at ALL LEVELS from college to Bac + university.
* revision, summaries
* consolidation of knowledge
* work methodology and exercises
* practice exams and tests
In general, I create a positive atmosphere by transforming the classical course into a milestone story by its facts and dates and I adapt to your needs by offering you exercises and personalized courses to help you progress and help you build your career. own methodology.
ValadoDo you speak Greek? If don't, communicate and learn greek easily.
My name is Valado and i am greek teacher.
Greek is very interesting language and you learn more easily to communicate with native people.
However,I specialize in tutoring modern greek as a foreign language and ancient greek. I assign homework after every lesson.
Communicate with me to learn about greek language.
Claire-Sybilleto learn ancient Greek or biblical Greek, course of support
Learning ancient Greek opens to the roots of our western way of thinking, philosophy, logic, and also gives insights into the functioning of our modern languages.
Learning Biblical Greek gives access to the reading of New Testament texts in the original language, which makes it possible to get closer to the way of thinking and speaking about the time.
Reading in the original language allows you to discover a deeper meaning to the text that we read "from always"
This reading offers a freshness of reading and opens a world of meaning.
HectorLatin & Ancient Greek classes by Classical Philologue
Let's start by declensions and so on. We'll discover the verbal tenses and how is a phrase done. You don't know the slight aspects unless have studied how Ancient Greek's verbs work, or the Ancient Indian.
So, if we can translate texts (at first easier ones, the the original), we could reach anywhere in the vast world around the Roman Empire. Latin is the basis for the Romance languages. And Greek is more usual between us than you could imagine (Medicine, over all).
You could structure your mind as the ancient did! They are the "little box" where you can put in whatever you want. It also provides a manner to live and to work in order to know the essential tasks and the rest.
NikolTeaching Greek , modern and ancient to students and adults.
Hello! My name is Nikoleta. I come from Greece and I live in Rotterdam. I am a Greek native teacher. I teach greek to students and adults. Also I teach ancient Greek and history. If you are interested in learning a new language or to improve your Greek, don't hesitate to contact me.
KonstantinosPrivate lessons for Modern and Ancient Greek and Latin
Teaching Ancient and Modern Greek, as a foreign language, had been my passion for almost 9 years now. Greek Philology was my BA, and I am currently graduating from my Research Master Program in Indo-European and Comparative Linguistics from the VU University Amsterdam.
Zoilearn ancient and modern Greek
Holder of a degree in French Literature, and strong professional experience in Greek national education, I want to continue to progress and expand my knowledge. My experience for five years in primary schools in Greece taught me to be able to manage a volatile public, who seems always ready to ignite! I had the opportunity to find the best balance between my academic knowledge and my training in the practice of my profession. I allow myself to teach students with a wide range of abilities and needs. My main goal is to motivate my students, through the Net, games and fun exercises, to love what they study!
NotarianniLaw courses for beginners (L1) - Homework assistance for primary school (French, History, Mathematics...)
I am a 3th-year student in law at the University of Paris (Paris Descartes). I can do mentoring for first-year students (work method, advice, assistance for "Travaux Dirigés"...), as I was head of the year. Indeed, law studies require rigour, persistence and a very specific work method which can be shaped only by a regular work and an individual coaching.
I also propose work assistance for primary school in all the subjects (French, History, Mathematics, English).
AmberPrehistoric archaeology of the British Isles - 6 lesson course
Prehistoric Archaeology of the British Isles
Delve into the past with local Dr Amber as she introduces you to the prehistory of the British Isles. The course is aimed at anyone who is interested in the archaeology of Britain. It will cover 500,000 years of prehistory from the Palaeolithic to the Iron age, providing you with a grounding in British prehistoric archaeology and the changing ways of life over this vast period.
The course outline will follow the chronology of prehistory, starting with the Palaeolithic (Old Stone Age) (500,000-10,000 BC). This week will introduce the different hominin species, such as Homo erectus, Neanderthals and Homo sapiens and their use of fire, tools and rock art.
This week will discuss the changes we see in Britain in the Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age) (10,000-4,000 BC), including the use of microlithic (small) flint tools, the hunter-gatherer lifestyle and rock art. The much-debated change from the Mesolithic to the Neolithic period will also be introduced.
Week three will discuss the Neolithic (New Stone Age) proper (4,000-2300 BC). This period is seen as the single most important economic transition in British History due to the beginning of farming, large scale trade networks and new ways of burying the dead.
We will look at the technological changes in the Bronze Age (2300-800 BC) when copper, bronze and gold objects and weapons were first produced. Themes such as violence, the burial of the dead and the deposition of metal hoards will be discussed.
The final week of the course will discuss the last period of British Prehistory, the Iron Age (800BC-43AD). The Celtic affiliation we often link with this period will be discussed along with the development of iron technology and the use of domestic areas for ritual. The shift into the Roman period will also be introduced to provide a full rounded introduction to British Prehistory.
AthenaCreative Learning with Athena:Greek Lessons_Greek Language and Literature
My name is Athena, and i am a native Greek speaker from Greece.I `ve studied Greek Language and Literature at University of Ioannina and i am a Certified Greek tutor in teaching Greek as a second or a foreign language.
As much i like to learn other languages and cultures, i like to teach Greek other people as well. I`m patient, organized and i can deliver a perfect interactive lesson through my computer!
If you want to speak, write, pronounce and communicate in Greek perfectly just book a lesson and give me a try!