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Private In-Home and Online German Tutoring

Receive personally tailored German lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

We at Varsity Tutors can match you or your student with a Kansas City German tutor. Kansas City German tutoring can help those of various ages and skill levels. Private lessons can assist you in reaching for your goals whether you're just beginning to learn German or you're an advanced speaker of the language.

How can a Kansas City German tutor near me aid me in improving my fluency?

German is a language spoken in countries like Austria, Switzerland, and of course Germany. Perhaps your student is taking the language to meet a general education requirement. Maybe you're studying it to augment your knowledge about German culture. Or perhaps you need to learn it for career reasons. Whatever your objectives are, individual lessons can lend you a hand.

Kansas City German tutors can assist you in working towards your goals with the guidance of a personalized learning plan. You can begin your first session discussing your strong points, what you want to improve, areas of opportunity, and anything else you want to share. An educator can use this information to create a customized study plan to monitor your academic progress. Upon your exhibiting improvement in your studies, they make any necessary changes to the plan.

One-on-one lessons can provide an individualized learning experience. For example, if your student has trouble with comprehending gendered nouns and they're an auditory learner, their instructor can try to help your student better understand the concept by reading content out loud. On the other hand, your student may have been speaking German for a while and want to practice it in conversation. Their academic mentor can immerse them in the language by speaking only German during sessions.

A private teacher can help you discover and fill in knowledge gaps so you have a strong foundation. For instance, you may struggle with a certain concept today because it was difficult for you to master years ago. Your mentor can try to clear things up so that studying is smoother for you.

During personal sessions, your student can receive homework help. Suppose they have to write an essay on German cuisine, and they don't know where to start. Their instructor can attempt to inspire some ideas by lending them books or directing them to certain websites. Additionally, an educator can answer questions as they come up in assignments. For example, your student may need to read a German story, and they notice some of the words resemble English ones. This can start a discussion about Germanic languages, helping them learn something new.

How can I fit Kansas City German tutoring into my schedule?

What's great about personal instruction is that it offers schedule flexibility. First, we take your student's scholastic needs and family's schedule into account. Then, we work hard to find someone who has the same availability as your student. This allows them to balance their studies and other obligations.

You can choose to participate in online or in-person lessons. Online sessions take place via our Live Learning Platform. The Live Learning Platform is a digital portal where you interact face-to-face with your instructor using video chat, a virtual whiteboard, and other tools. In addition, it comes with a document editor in which you and your educator can collaborate to go over German concepts like articles, tenses, and verb conjugation. You can also watch recordings of past sessions outside of meetings to review topics like common phrases and essential vocabulary. Studying online enables you to learn without commuting.

If you prefer to meet with a Kansas City German tutor in person, we can search for someone in your local area. You can even pick where sessions will be held, like your private residence, the Kansas City Public Library's Plaza branch, or your favorite coffee shop.

If you enjoy studying in a classroom environment, you may be glad to know that Varsity Tutors also offers online classes. They feature a teacher and other German language students with whom you can communicate in real-time. New sections begin every month, so you or your student can choose one that best fits your schedule.

How do I get started with a Kansas City German tutor near me?

You or your student can contact an educational consultant to commence learning from a German language expert who also honors your schedule. You just need to tell us when and where you want to meet with an instructor, and we'll take it from there.

Usually, we can locate someone in as little as 24 hours or so. Please contact Varsity Tutors today to learn more about Kansas City German tutors.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

German Tutoring review by Ramya in Kansas City, MO
In today's session, the student and I finished reviewing the Algebra I questions that we were reviewing online.  Most of the topics that we worked on today were solving quadratic equations, slope, and parallel and perpendicular lines.
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German Tutoring review by Heather in Kansas City, MO
The student and I spent a few minutes discussing the greatest discrepancies between the SAT and the ACT (i.e., the addition of a science section on the ACT, completing the entire subject in one go on the ACT versus smaller, repeating subject sections on the SAT, the incorrect answer penalty on the SAT versus no penalty on the ACT), then spent the session working through practice problems from the a website. The student seems infinitely more comfortable with the structure and problem types on the ACT than she ever did with the SAT, and I definitely think this exam is the right choice to proceed with.
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German Tutoring review by Bethany in Kansas City, MO
Today, we worked on the student's journal entry number two for her early childhood education class. We compared and discussed the Abecedarian Project and the High-Scope Perry Pre-School in regards to proving the necessity of preschool education. Towards the end of the session we begun the response to teachers partnership with parents for her online class and we will finish this paper during the next meeting.
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German Tutoring review by Nathan in Kansas City, MO
Reviewed a reading he was assigned on the upcoming fiscal cliff, and introduced the idea of nominal and real dollars.  We touched upon inflation in more detail, and worked to relate all these ideas back to previous concepts in the foreign exchange market.  
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German Tutoring review by Bradford in Kansas City, MO
Continued to go over volatile subjunctive and purpose clauses and translated some sample sentences out of Wheelock's Latin (brought by me) to supplement student's textbook.  Spent the rest of the session reviewing perfect and pluperfect subjunctive forms and working on indirect questions, including translating a sample block of Latin to English sentences in the student's workbook involving indirect questions.
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German Tutoring review by David in Kansas City, MO
We continued to go over verbal passages and questions, discussing passage strategies and question analysis. I spent a good amount of time demonstrating the strategies, answering the student's questions and breaking down passages. The student continues to ask good, pointed, and specific questions and seems to be using a methodical, organized study plan.
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