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13 Aug 2018

What is a typical lesson like?‎

The lessons focus on whole brain learning: activities that involve the different senses including ‎songs, games, crafts, dancing and movement, drama and more. Teachers take into account ‎children’s different learning styles — Visual, Auditory, and Kinaesthetic (VAK) — when planning ‎props, activities and games, and make sure each lesson consists of activities, which uses all these ‎sensory modalities. A typical lesson is dynamic, with a variety of activities and games to introduce ‎and review vocabulary and language structures, as well as unique songs with movements. Teachers ‎encourage spontaneous speaking, using full sentences and spontaneous communication in the ‎classroom.‎