In my view, teachers and students should play an equally active role in the learning process. As a teacher, my primary role is to coach and facilitate student learning and overall comprehension of subject matter and to measure student learning through various forms of assessment, like group projects, student portfolios, and class participation.
i wanna teach you so can learn how to speak fluent swahili, my method is simple we learn together.
I will first teach your children simple phrases such as "thank you" or " hello" I will then teach them how to converse with others. I understand that learning a new language at a young age is difficult. I will set homework between lessons to practice words or translate them. I will test them every 6 lessons. They will either be vocab tests,written tests or speaking tests.
A discussion is the means by which people share experiences, ideas and attitudes. As it helps to foster students involvement in what they are learning, it may contribute to desired attitudinal changes. Discussion may be used in the classroom for the purpose of lesson development, making students apply what they have learnt or to monitor students learning by way of feedback.
Around kenya the teaching method is standard which means the structures are already given therefore, it easy.
The teaching methods depends with lessons and classes, what I ensure is that my student will develop a fast communication skills of a specific language
Use of videos and fun quiz to get to improve your language.
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I use group discussion and I based my class on group discussion I approach each topic by using project method
I can send you notices and also we can make skype for more face to face learning for you to understand
Well let's say I give my lecture to anyone out there willing to explore a new language. For me I find it intriguing to have a knowhow of another language..foreign for that matter..anyway I love many things.about me let's just say iam Like a movie character.
My teaching method is normally based on group my learners so I can explain to them and access them easily
I believe we all soak up the things we love. I always try to instill fun and interesting elements into my lessons to keep students engaged and enthusiastic. I do, however, take a very organised approach to language learning. Repetition and spaced practice are key elements of learning languages well, and I try to always incorporate this into my sessions.
As a professional translator specialising in African Languages, I speak 5 languages fluently. I understand the various pitfalls of learning a new language and can help you overcome them with tailored lessons to suit your particular needs. I learned Swahili both by living in East Africa for 7 years (on and off) and completing my degree at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London.
"If you cannot explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"- Albert Einstein There is great truth in the above statement, in that regardless of the complexity of the subject matter knowledge should be imparted through the simplest and clearest explanations.
My teaching method is mainly based on demonstration, recitation and memorisation.
My Teaching Technique is Student centered whereby i focus on bringing out the best in each of my students. We start with the basics of Swahili, Tenses, and naming things, then get to the intermediate section of expressing yourself in a fluent way in Swahili.
I employ several methondologies to make the learner understand better.They include discussions,demonstrations,question and answer,lecture method and discovery learning.
First i introduce my self to my student .and know them to .then intiduce the topic which amd going to teach ,explain to them teach then allow them to ask me questions and finaly i ask them question.
My teaching method is dependent on the students needs , level of mastery and understanding of the swahili language
I am an understanding person who knows there are different grasping leves. So i use simple language to make my students understand me. To those who want to know swahili as their 2nd language i use translation as my main teaching meathod.
My teaching methodologies are based on student participatory method: interactive approach which includes listening , writing ,speaking drills ,grammar and spelling control.
My teaching methods mostly based on participatory and very interactive, such as games, puzzles and questions and answers based. As an experienced language trainer, when i meet a new student i would definitely know which methods and techniques can be more useful to her/him.
I base my classes on focusing with each student one at a time. I aim at making my students understand what I do.
During SWAHILI adapted to each level and need I travel throughout Paris and Île-de-France. I offer English classes for adults and teens and throughout the year. About me: ROBERT - Prof OF SWAHILI for 10 years.
I use participatory method like use of drawings, poems, and essay writing. I also use lecture, group discussion and teaching.
My teaching method is beginners, I teach through online conversation and word explanation, translation words and proper SENTENCE structure online
I am a native Swahili speaker. I did interpret, translate and teach it in the past 14 years. My method of teaching is better enough for my students to be able to exchange After very few sessions of theory and practices. Try me and appreciate how the fast the results can be.
My teaching method is basically based on interactions and participation. So we do everything from the first vocabulary to the complete sentence. we watch short videos or listen to short audios and discuss about it The student has to co-decide what exactly should be learned. I also take into account the interest of my students.
The language teaching in my approach is through, questions and answers,chats and reading of materials given through/ via mail worldwide
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