Multi-Level Language Teaching

All language classes have students of varying skills and levels. These can be influenced by factors such as educational background, learning styles, individual goals and needs, familiarity with other similar languages and varying abilities of different language skills. These variations in levels work to a student's advantage, as it is a more authentic representation of real-world language use. Classes have sufficient numbers to create a dynamic learning atmosphere but will never be too large for each student to receive appropriate individual attention.

Differentiated instruction (multi-level instruction) is an approach to language teaching which enhances student learning. Our instructors have all been trained in this approach and use a variety of strategies to teach lessons to the whole class while meeting the individual needs of each student. Students will be assessed at their particular level.