I believe the best way to teach is to explain the concept, demonstrate how it is used, explain why it is used this way, student application and usage, and then review. From personal experience and from tutoring other students, I have found this method of teaching to be highly effective.
I have been tutoring Russian for the past six months at BYU Idaho to students. The program at the university allowed me to work with 30 to 40 students throughout the semester ranging from all levels of speaking ability. The students that I worked with were all very pleased with my help because of how clearly and easily I had explained or re-explained the concepts recently taught in their classes, which they told me made the difference in them passing their college course.
I am willing to negotiate prices.
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