I tend to use the PPP method when working with foreign children however I adapt this according to who I am teaching. For example, with my student who has special needs, I use a combination of the silent approach and recitation, according to the subject and his willingness to learn.
Also, I adapt the PPP method according to the class that I am teaching, older students are encouraged far more in the 'presentation' stage. Whilst less able children are given more information.
My methodology is therefore flexible, and I am willing to adapt according to the client.
I am graduated from the University of St Andrews with a 2:1 in English literature. I went on to teach English to foreign children first in the UK and then in Russia. I have been giving lessons for two years both on skype and in the classroom. I have also worked tutored a student with special needs for the past 9 months
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