First of all it would be good by dividing the lessons in sections: -first 15 minutes in learning new vocabularies; -30 minutes of grammar; -finally 15 minutes of conversations of what we learnt during the lesson. Then I think that the best way to learn a language concerns also the understanding of culture and history of the country.
I love children and know hot to deal with them. When working as a ski instructor I usually deal with groups of up to 15 children. Surely it may be difficult and a lot of patience is required. But seeing a child smiling is one of the greatest satisfactions.
I start following the book or other material trying to focus on the grammar as it is a very important part of learning a new language. at the same time, I do a lot of speaking with my student as it is the only way to get into a new language quickly and effectively.
I believe that conversations are more productive than an actuall lesson, for the facts that there are only two people in the room, (me and the person i am having a conversation with), so no pressure from someone else and this also develop self-confidence in giving the right, or not, answer.
Conversation and writing are the best way to learn. I give exercise to my student and photocopy to learn about Italian culture.
I approach topics trough examples and real facts.Drawing and class speaking are also others methods that I use for achieve the goals.
I don't like having a standard method to apply for everyone, I like personalizing lessons based on every single individual. I base my lessons on the level and needs of every single student so to get him/her achieving his/her goals as soon as possible. I like to keep my lessons creative, maybe alternating regular lessons with cultural lessons (for example cooking traditional dishes).
I follow a communicative method: from the first day of lessons and at each ability level, only Italian is spoken during lectures. I put particular emphasis on spoken language and on communication, but also deal with the 4 base abilities (reading, writing, oral comprehension and speaking).
My name is Madison and I have recently completed SACE Stage 2 Italian Continuers and received a Merit for the subject. My lessons are geared towards assisting high school students improve and excel in Italian. Lessons focus upon oral and written fluency as well as necessary grammar points.
I've been living in Australia for 4 years. I've studied Humanities at high school and I'm graduated in Architecture.
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