“I always remember when I took a Russian beginner course in college; the tactics used were very drill sergeant-like with all word repeating with no peer interaction. Angela’s course brings live peer interaction and personal accountability.”
In this article, Bridge Languages teacher, Katya Kuhns, discusses how learners of Russian, or any language, can work to improve their skills outside of the classroom. Katya suggests several online forums and apps as ideal places to practice putting the language into use.
Foreign language teachers at Bridge bring a variety of experiences to the classroom. Russian teacher, Ekaterina, is no exception. She herself has learned multiple foreign languages, including Korean, which she mastered while studying abroad in Seoul and earning her Master’s in East Asian Studies.
Meet Angela, a Russian teacher at Bridge in downtown Denver, Colorado. She offers her seasoned perspective on learning a new language, including practical advice for students of any language who want to see results fast!