The importance of learning a language in full-immersion even if you can’t go abroad, just by implementing the right strategies from home.
As one of my students put it: “If I run a marathon, I want to know how long do I still have to run.” In any voyage, the question “are we there yet?” and “how long do we still have to go?” is absolutely legitimate. Learning a language is a long ride. But how long is it?
This question was discussed by many, and here I want to add my 50 cents, addressing it from two perspectives – that of a teacher and that of a learner. My answer is based on real life experiences from both “realms”, hoping, that the combined viewpoint sheds more light upon it.
But before you watch – ask yourself – what do you think, how long does it take to learn a language? 😉
Do you want your child to know a foreign language?
Would you like to help your child learn English?
In the video I’ll tell why parents are the best teachers and how they can teach English to their children.
There are more than 750,000,000 non-literate people in the world. Literacy skills have a huge impact on our daily lives, from school to work and social life. So is it possible to teach someone a new language when they are not fully capable of reading or writing in their first language? Learn the different types of illiteracy and how to deal with these learners
Do you learn French by doing lots of exercices, reading and writing?
Do you have difficulties in speaking French?
In this talk I reveal how you can turn any activity you do into a speaking one and learn to speak French by applying in practice what you’ve learnt.
Virtual learning is increasing in popularity as access to technology escalates. How can technology best be used to increase engagement and improve access among distance learners? We will consider the pros and cons of virtual environments, apps such as Duolingo, and online teaching with consideration given to learning styles, ease of access, and affordability.
Are you young and want to start teaching online against all odds? In this video, I share my tips for young, aspiring language teachers. I hold that a young age is an asset and not a drawback. By taking advantage of how old you are and getting over your fears, you can reap tremendous benefits, both personally and financially.
Art is a language of its own. It speaks to all of us, but sometimes we need help to speak about it. Learn about the language of art and how everyone can speak about it in English.
In this presentation, you will learn 5 strategies you can use for yourself or your students to redefine the learning process by making it relevant, personal and fun.
About this presentation:SOS I travel to South America, Backpackers course How to build a 15 hours course for a Specific nicheת including objectives, contents and another marketing tipsAbout the presenter:I’m Mariana Bar, from Argentina, I grew up in Spain, 20 years ago I came to Israel, and I’m living here for 20 years, I studied Educational […]