Direct translation causes first-language interference, interrupts the flow of the lesson and can cause a lot of confusion
Learners need, first and foremost, to learn to express themselves in the target language in their own words
Our method is based on the premise that students learn better when they deduce language rules themselves instead of trying to memorize rules presented to them in black and white.
In order to learn to speak, you need to speak! The students have to do the practice work, not the trainer
The personalities and particular needs of the students, as well as any other factor, are taken into account
It is important for trainers to maintain their students’ motivation
Trainers check whether learners already know what they would like to teach them.
Students need to be creative with the new language in order to be able to express their own ideas.
Each trainer develops a wide range of techniques to give effective and enjoyable lessons.
Ask questions instead of making simple affirmations or assertions. – Practice new vocabulary by weaving questions. – Learn the structural and functional aspects of the language at the same time