Varsity Tutors can help by getting you set up with comprehensive New York City Russian lessons. If you are facing the challenge of learning a new language, whether for a school requirement at Francis Lewis High School, New York University, another area school, or for business or personal reasons, we can help you. Learning a second language can be daunting to take on by yourself, and you may not get the practice you need in the classroom. If you feel you could use some additional help with picking up new language skills, New York City Russian lessons are an effective option. No matter if you are just starting out with the basics of Russian in an area school or you are into more advanced courses, we can find the right lesson option to fit your needs and proficiency level.
Russian has an estimated 265 million speakers around the world and is an official language in several countries. It is also an official language of the United Nations. It is easy to see how fluency in this language could open doors for you, both in the business world and while traveling. This intricate, Slavic language has many concepts to learn and memorize, so consistent practice with an experienced Russian speaker could be very beneficial in building comprehension and retention.
What are the different benefits of each type of New York City Russian lessons?
When learning a second language, adequate opportunities to practice are key to fluency and confidence. Speaking, hearing, writing, and reading Russian on a regular basis is very important to your retention of vital language skills, such as pronunciation and the Cyrillic alphabet. There are grammar rules and vocabulary that will need to be memorized. Studying with a New York City Russian tutor or in one of our online classes can help by providing you those extra opportunities to work on these new language concepts.
With two convenient options, classes or private instruction, you are sure to find a lesson plan to fit your needs and busy schedule. Each option has its own unique benefits, and you may even find that a combination of both is what you need to reach for your language goals. Regardless of which option you choose, you will learn from a highly qualified and patient instructor that is excited to share the language with you. Depending on your proficiency level, your instructor may even choose immersion teaching and lead portions of your class or private session entirely in Russian.
If you enjoy collaborating with other students and working in a familiar classroom setting, an online Russian course may be a good fit for you. You will attend each course by signing into a virtual classroom that is live and interactive. This type of learning environment offers you the ability to engage in conversational practice, work on group activities, and ask your instructor questions. If you find yourself needing some additional clarification on any language concepts, you can reserve one-on-one time with your instructor. New course sessions start monthly, and you can choose between a two- or four-week session. With the courses being held at a variety of times and the convenience of no added commute to your busy day, you are likely to find something that can fit into your schedule.
Students who prefer a more customized approach to their learning might prefer working with a New York City Russian tutor. When you study one-on-one with a private instructor, you have the ability to focus on the exact language concepts that are giving you trouble. These individualized sessions give your instructor the opportunity to learn your strengths and challenges and build a learning plan with those in mind. You can opt to meet your New York City Russian tutor online or in-person and can be connected to someone in as little as 24 hours. If you choose the convenient online option, you can log into the Live Learning Platform from wherever you are to engage in video chat and work on a virtual whiteboard with your instructor. If you would rather meet in person, you can arrange for sessions at your home, a local library, or even a nearby cafe.
How can I get started with New York City Russian lessons?
No matter which lesson type you would like to get started with, or if you would like more information before making your decision, Varsity Tutors would be happy to help. We can get you started quickly and ensure that you do not have to face the difficulties of learning Russian on your own. Reach out to our educational consultants today for more information.
Anya: New York Russian lesson instructor
...school, because seeing somebody master a subject they have been struggling with is so rewarding. I have completed an Bachelor's degree in Physics and Psychology and am currently pursuing a Master's in Applied Physics. My favorite subjects to tutor are reading, writing, high school math, college math, physics, and college writing skills. I also have experience tutoring students in test prep for the GRE, PSAT, and SAT. I am a native Russian speaker, so I...
Henny: New York Russian lesson instructor
I've always known I wanted to teach. Once I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology/Neuroscience, I decided to pursue a Masters degree in Education. I love working with classrooms full of students, but I also love working with people one-on-one. I find that when the tutor has a chance to zero in on and accommodate a students' individual needs and learning style, the experience becomes more productive and enjoyable for everyone involved.
Domnika: New York Russian lesson instructor
...on my exceptional academic work. I would love to help students in elementary, middle, and high school, as well as first year college students. If you need help with Math, Science, History, or English please contact me! I am also a fluent Russian speaker, and would love to help anyone learn the language, no matter the level of proficiency. In terms of Math, I can tutor anyone struggling with basic elementary or middle school math,...
Education & Certification
- Colby College - Bachelor in Arts, Computer Science
- ACCUPLACER Arithmetic
- +84 subjects
Margarita: New York Russian lesson instructor
...from Columbia University in May 2014, and I plan on beginning medical school in the fall of 2015. Since graduation, I have been working part-time in a dermatologist office as a Medical Assistant and part-time on a public health project related to smoking cessation. I have also been tutoring students in a variety of subjects. I have been tutoring students since I was in 7th grade, and my favorite subject to tutor is math. My...
- Graduate Test Prep
- 11th Grade Math
- Algebra 3/4
- +55 subjects
Katia: New York Russian lesson instructor
...medical school at Rutgers RWJMS in 2020 and starting residency in Internal Medicine. I'm also a graduate of Columbia University with a BA in biology. I've always been interested in a wide range of subjects in school and love to encourage students to be enthusiastic about learning too. I often find that anxiety or fear are the first barriers to overcome in learning challenges. After that, hard work and lots of practice can conquer any...
Allison: New York Russian lesson instructor
...in English (Poetry Writing concentration) and French. Since graduating, I lived in St. Petersburg, Russia where I taught at the American Montessori International School and worked at The St. Petersburg Times, a weekly newspaper. I started tutoring before college, and I have since tutored students ages three-adult in French, SAT Reading, Writing, and Verbal, Essay Writing, ESL, Study Skills, and more. I am also an avid, competitive ballroom dancer. I began teaching dance at my...
Education & Certification
- University of Virginia-Main Campus - Bachelor in Arts, English and French
- ASPIRE Reading
- SAT Subject Test in French
- French 4
- +32 subjects
Aleksandr: New York Russian lesson instructor
...both Global and U.S. history on a high school level. Whether it's preparing students for a regents exam or helping them out with a topic they are confused about, I am more than happy to help. I can also help them organize their essays. Teaching is something that I was always passionate about. My journey began back in the Fall of 2004, when I set upon a goal of becoming a high school history teacher....
Elizaveta: New York Russian lesson instructor
...other students through their academic process! While many of my teaching experiences are coding based, I also am a great resource for improving writing skills. Being able to communicate well is an essential skill across disciplines, and through my academic work I gained ample experience with persuasive writing and presentation strategies. As someone who learned English at age ten, I know how frustrating this language's quirks can really be -- so I am always happy...
Education & Certification
- Wesleyan University - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology
- Middle School Writing
- Technology and Computer Science
- +27 subjects
Marlen: New York Russian lesson instructor
...They become so passionate about the subject matter that they can't wait to make others master it. I had been a straight A student as long as I remember. While in school, I was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Golden Key Honor Society and a recipient of the Presidential Award. I was also one of the top students in Business school where I received my MBA. When others ask me how did I manage...
Education & Certification
- CUNY Queens College - Bachelor in Arts, Sociology
- Zicklin School of Business - Masters in Business Administration, Business Administration and Management
- European History
- High School Biology
- +12 subjects
Avner: New York Russian lesson instructor
...to learn on their own; to be independent learners. Once my goal is reached, they would not need a tutor. I always encourage them to solve a problem on their own and give them as little help as possible. I try to show my students that with a bit of diligence and patience any problem could be solved. If my student is lacking the knowledge of the basics, I always make sure to cover them...
Education & Certification
- SUNY at Buffalo - Bachelors, Physics
- SAT Mathematics
- +29 subjects