Students who are interested in learning German as a second language can sign up for Phoenix German lessons with Varsity Tutors. At the high school and college levels, it's not uncommon for students to have to learn a foreign language. Many students choose to start their study of the German language early in their high school and college years. It's not uncommon for students at Trevor Browne High School or even Arizona State University's Downtown Phoenix Campus to reach out for help when they're just starting to learn German.
What might Phoenix German lessons include?
There are two types of lessons that Varsity Tutors can set you up with. The first is an online class where you interact with other students and your instructor in real time. The second option is private, one-on-one German lessons. Both methods have their strengths, but you'll have the opportunity to interact with an experienced German speaker no matter which method you choose. They may even choose to conduct classes solely in German for a truly immersive experience if your skill level is high enough.
Phoenix German tutors and instructors can help you to better understand the German language, which sounds very different from the English language. To truly retain the knowledge of a new language, you'll need to take advantage of opportunities to practice on a regular basis. Whether you're trying to increase your vocabulary, perfect your pronunciation, or improve your conversation skills, German language classes and private sessions with an academic coach can provide more opportunities to speak with others who are also learning and to clarify the rules that make up the German language.
If you prefer the energy and buzz of a classroom setting, a virtual German class might be the method that you could flourish in. You'll interact with the other students and your instructor after signing into Varsity Tutors' Live Learning Platform, which brings your classes to you no matter where you are. You'll have opportunities to collaborate with other students, engage in discussion, and to practice your conversation skills. This sort of setting can be helpful to students who are learning how syntax and grammar work in the German language. You can also communicate one-on-one with your instructor when you find you need a bit of extra help.
For those who find the energy of a classroom distracting, there is an option that allows for private, one-on-one attention. That option is to sign up for sessions with a Phoenix German tutor. With this method of instruction, there's more room for customization than you might get in a traditional classroom. You'll find that your instructor starts by creating a personalized lesson plan, using information that they learn about you starting in the very first session. You'll be able to focus on specific areas of the language, like vocabulary and verb conjugation, grammar and sentence structure, or noun usage.
It's also not uncommon for a student to combine both methods of instruction to create an even stronger opportunity to practice and solidify their knowledge of the German language.
How can I enroll in German lessons?
It doesn't matter why you're looking for academic assistance or whether you're a high school student at Desert Vista High School or an area college. It's easy to fit this academic instruction into your schedule, partly because you don't have to commute to a classroom. You can take German classes almost anytime because classes are scheduled throughout the day and new sessions start each month.
If private instruction is what you're looking for, you can use Varsity Tutors' Live Learning Platform to meet with your German tutor, no matter where you are. All you need is an Internet connection because the platform offers tools like video chat and a virtual whiteboard to have an interactive session with your tutor. Or, you can meet with them in person at the location of your choice. That location could be your home, your favorite library or café, or another space where you're comfortable studying.
We know that learning a new language can be complicated and is not without challenges, but repeated exposure to these new rules of language, vocabulary, and other elements can make a difference. So can working under the guidance of someone who has experience speaking and reading the language and who can help you address your challenges. If you reach out to the educational consultants at Varsity Tutors, we can help you get started in Phoenix German lessons, private tutoring, or both. Call today for more information.
Jamison: Phoenix German lesson instructor
...the material, even if it means deviating form normal techniques. I have tutored both kids and peers in the past. I have found that for kids, especially in mathematics, relating to something they enjoy makes the experience more enjoyable. Regarding peers/college level students, I can relate to them very well, because I have been through exactly what they're going through and I believe the number one trait is patience. I never rush a student and...
Education & Certification
- University of Arizona - Bachelors, Biomedical Engineering/German Studies
- Algebra 3/4
- German 2
- Test Prep
- +20 subjects
Ingrid: Phoenix German lesson instructor
...and am married with 3 grown sons. My first spoken language is German since I am a native of Austria. I grew up in Chicago and attended and graduated from Northern Illinois University Teachers College with a B.S in Elementary Education and a M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction graduating cum laude. I also am a gifted certified educator K-12th grade and teach online philosophy classes for the University of Phoenix. As a teacher and seasoned...
Jackie: Phoenix German lesson instructor
...and Mandarin Chinese. I was born in Germany, and speak fluent German. I have always had a love and interest for languages, and my goal is to encourage students to also embrace foreign languages, and hopefully ignite a spark for second-language learning all kinds of different people. Learning a second, third, or even fourth language can be an extremely fun and rewarding process, and I want to be a part of it!... My teaching philosophy is personalization. Every person learns in a different way, especially when it comes to second-language acquisition. My goal is to find the right kind of teaching method for each of my students, and to be able to personalize their lesson plans. I believe that everyone can learn a second language.
Education & Certification
- University of Arizona - Bachelors, Linguistics
- German 1
- Mandarin Chinese 2
- Mandarin Chinese
- +10 subjects
Moses: Phoenix German lesson instructor
...childhood I have always loved math and did much better in it than any other class subject. I would feel stupid in class when they were teaching other class and super smart when it came to math. I was considered smart by people who are way smarter than me. But because I excelled in one thing that they did not they thought I was doing great in everything else which I did not. I now...
Douglas: Phoenix German lesson instructor
...shaped my tutoring style to be patient, respectful, humble, and engaging. My youngest tutee was 7 years old, and the oldest was 82. All age groups are very enjoyable to tutor. I don't make up answers and I let my students know if I need to research something in greater depth to answer the 'why' questions. The joy of seeing a student reach the point of understanding a topic which has been difficult for them...
Bill: Phoenix German lesson instructor
...needs to be student centered and that students need to be equal partners in the learning process. My role involves using my expertise to put the necessary resources in the hands of the students or more likely to be sure that my students are well equipped to find and evaluate the resources they need to answer their questions. Just like IBM, I want to help develop my students' thinking skills and acquisition of knowledge. My...
Telia: Phoenix German lesson instructor
I love to experience new things in life - through travel, food, people, cultures, etc. Teaching is another expression of exchange that can provide new insight and depth of perspective for myself and my view of the world. ... Sharing my knowledge and passion through an interactive exchange - I love to learn things from my clients too!... First establish some basic level of companionship - understand what methods of delivery might be more effective for the student's receptivity.
Education & Certification
- Arizona State University - Bachelors, Alternative Energy Technologies
- University of New South Wales - Masters, Renewable Energy - Photovoltaic Engineering
- Adult ESL/ELL
- High School English
- +15 subjects
Leah: Phoenix German lesson instructor
...and history courses. Many of my students are in their first or second year of university, and I especially enjoy working with them as they make the transition from high school to university, learning on the one hand what it means to write university level research papers, and on the other, how to approach books and ideas that complicate what they know about history, literature, and life. In my spare time, I play the concert...
Education & Certification
- Arizona State University - Bachelors, English Literature / Italian
- University of Toronto - Masters, Medieval studies
- AP Comparative Government and Politics
- +38 subjects
Angela: Phoenix German lesson instructor
...helping students improve in all subjects, I find that tutoring for standardized tests offers particularly rewarding experiences given the potential impact on students' future academic endeavors. My teaching style involves helping students find their ideal learning style based on their individual strengths and unique way of perceiving information. I try to focus on teaching "how" to think constructively rather than "what" to think. In my free time, I enjoy exercising in some form outdoors, exploring...
Calista: Phoenix German lesson instructor
...I had the opportunity to serve as drum major. Politics and government are two of my passions, and I was selected to attend a conference to help in the writing of a bill that would later be presented to the Arizona Legislature. This bill was regarding the funding of K-12 education. I'm passionate about many subjects, such as history, literature, music, and language. Most importantly, I'm eager to help and support students, no matter the...
Education & Certification
- Northern Arizona University - Bachelor in Arts, International Relations
- High School Writing
- +50 subjects