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Foreign Languages

Learning a foreign language is more than just mastering vocabulary and grammar; it’s a gateway to understanding different cultures and expanding one’s worldview. At Academic Approach, we provide dedicated tutoring in a variety of foreign languages to help your student become a confident and proficient speaker.

Our Approach

We help students embrace the challenge of learning a new language, promoting cultural understanding and communication skills.

Our approach to foreign language tutoring focuses on improving the four key language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Our tutors use interactive methods and real-world scenarios to make language learning engaging and relevant. From understanding the nuances of Spanish conjugation to mastering French pronunciation, our tutors are equipped to support your student’s journey in language learning.

Becoming proficient in a foreign language can open up a world of opportunities for students, from scoring high on AP exams to enhancing their college applications and future career prospects. More than that, learning a foreign language improves cognitive abilities, enhances cultural awareness, and encourages a more comprehensive worldview.

Foreign Language Specialties

Academic Approach tutors are ready to help your student with any foreign language. Here are a few of the most popular foreign languages for which we provide academic tutoring.

Most of our students come to us seeking help for high school level foreign language courses, but we also provide foreign language academic tutoring for middle school and college level courses! 

Tailored to Individual Needs

Academic tutoring, even more so than standardized test preparation, is driven by the student. Before beginning a foreign language academic tutoring program, our instructors will try to find out:

Your student's course syllabus, including any important test deadlines
The textbook(s) your student is using. We make sure that our tutors have access to the same textbook from which your student is working. 
How your student feels about the class and their teacher. What do they like, and why? What do they dislike, and why? What topics are most and least interesting to them? What assignments have been the easiest or most challenging for them? 

Don’t worry if you (or your student) don’t know the answers to these questions. Our instructors are well-versed in the material they teach, how to read students, and how to determine the best place to start. That said, the more information you and your student can provide about the foreign language class, the better.   

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