From IsraelLiving in Other, Israel (02:57 UTC+03:00)
I tutor English students and now it's time to tutor in my native language!
italki teacher since Mar 15, 2023
Hi, my name is Anat and I’m from Israel. I grew up a house that loves languages and traveling.
My father is French. My sister has a degree is linguistics.
My mother is in fact- an Ulpan Hebrew teacher! So I guess it's part of my DNA
For the past 10 years I am traveling the world as a nomad, mainly in the great American continent.
I studied sound engineering in college. I love music, singing, nature, history, cooking and so much more. I love listening to people telling me about their passion.
When you book a lesson with me, please send me a message telling me a little bit about yourself and what are your goals in Hebrew.
Thanks for reading and have a sunny and beautiful day!
Me as a Teacher
Hi Everyone, I'm Anat and I tutor the most unique language there is- Hebrew!
I know what it’s like to learn a new language and to struggle with it. Feeling embarrassed to talk in front of natives, Forgetting the same word after learning it so many times.
The same struggles you have with Hebrew- I have with other languages.
I have an endless amount of patience and I wish to create a judgment free zone for you. I speak slowly and eloquently.
I heard this old saying once that people with accents have courage. Think about it for a minute. It makes me smile and give me confidence in my talking.
My lessons & teaching style
The lessons I offer are focused on conversation and communication. We will practice speaking while I will correct you when needed. You are encouraged to choose the topic so it will be interesting and fun for you to practice. And I’m a curious person so I’m sure I'll be interested too.
We’ll use various material based on your interests, anything that will motivate you to speak Hebrew: songs, articles, books, tv, movies, food recipes etc’
The main goal of my class is to raise your confidence in your Hebrew skills. So basically I would love to help you sound like a native Hebrew speaker!
The idea is to have at least 1 lesson per week.