Updated: Sep 15
How much do your lessons get in the way of your fluency?
We know that different approaches to teaching have different fluency results. Some approaches are designed for a kind of learning which is not based in a history of learning foreign languages.
It is important to recognize that a specialized combination of approaches will allow best possible growth in fluency. If your lessons are highly reliant on traditional approaches you will have fluency problems. If you ignore traditional approaches, you will also have fluency problems.
We wrote an academic paper on how best to combine these, and we use this specialized combination in our fluency classes.
We invite you to take a look at the images in the video and decide which sections A, B, C, and D best promote fluency.
If you would like expert tutoring on fluency, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or +852 92791395