We offer methodological supervision of each group throughout the duration of the whole course, continuous monitoring of the learning progress through tests conducted at the end of each semester as well as periodic tests and regular repetitions of course material all of which allow for regular verification of the level of participants.
Each course is enriched with a multimedia offer: audio-visual materials, CDs, DVDs, podcasts, videos and films. Due to the inclusion of the above presented media students have opportunity to participate in interactive lessons which from the methodological point of view accelerates and diversifies the learning process.
Each type of course and each participant requires a separate methodological approach and for this reason we diversify the training methods depending on the profile of our client. However, throughout the whole teaching process we follow the four main teaching methods:
Audiolingual method Read more
Communication Method Read more
The aim of this method is a quick mastery of speaking and communication skills in a foreign language. During communication exercises mistakes are allowed to be made so far as they do not contribute to misunderstanding and do not hamper speaking process . The transfer of information is highly emphasized whereas linguistic correctness is located on the second plan. Linguistic material consists mainly of dialogues, role playing and discussions in pairs and groups. This method can be used for conversation classes and is extremely effective for people who wish to master command of foreign language in a short time. It can also be used among students who are easily discouraged by often errors or among those who have trouble in breaking the communication barrier.
Callan Method Read more
Community Language Learning Read more
In this method the use of language takes place in groups or pairs where learners communicate with each other and participate in group tasks, situational role plays, dialogues, discussions and problem solving cases. The method is designed to develop group work and communication and prepare for an interactive language communication and can be successfully applied to all group activities.
The Silent Way Read more
The method assumes that language acquisition takes place in silence, concentration and meditation. The teacher demonstrates new language material, while learners take over his role repeating the same actions and saying the same phrases in order to gradually create new ones. During the learning process, the teacher speaks less and less allowing the student to contribute more and more. The Silent Way Method applies the best results in the self-study language when the learner repeats intently heard new content language. Skillful teachers use this approach in those lesson phases when acquiring new language material requires silence and concentration.