One to One class
We provide one to one class in our institute.
- Students have the constant attention of the teacher so they can listen to and speak more than they might in a group situation.
- Students can contribute to classes more and feel part of the learning process by bringing material like books, songs, articles from local newspapers to class.
- Their strengths and weaknesses are addressed more consistently and fully without the competition of other students for the teacher’s time.
- They can become better learners through learner training with their teacher.
- There are less time constraints so they can go at their own pace and not feel pressured by the progress of other students.
- According to the Natural Method, as suggested by Stephen Krashen, learners acquire subject best through the modified input of the teacher. This means that the teacher adapts their subject to the level of the student and in one-to-one classes the amount and type of input can be maximised by the teacher to benefit the student.