Description of the e-learning method
The e-learning method is the modern approach to learning the English language. It is aimed mainly at adults of all professional and productive sectors, especially those who do not have time for regular and scheduled lessons. It utilizes the new technology of the Internet and personal computers-Internet and Computer-Based learning-in combination with personalized support and supervision by a personal tutor.
Because interactive technology allows the students to practice in separate linguistic phenomena and at the same time self-correct, the students are encouraged in their personal effort to progress (self-improvement) and make practical use of their communicative powers. In other words, they speak and gain their linguistic confidence as they are able to understand English-speaking programmes on the radio, the television and the Internet.
BLENDED LEARNING: The teacher's role consists in supervising, advising, by telephone, by e-mail or by Skype, and using the positive results of his student for even greater progress. Short-term interpersonal meetings, e.g. an hourly meeting every week or two, have a beneficial role in the further development of the student's linguistic capacity. In these meetings the student asks, and the tutor responds by analyzing the topic.
The teacher supervises, assists and encourages each student so that the student's goals are achieved. After all, learning the English language should give the student pleasure and not cause just another obligation difficult to fulfill.
The setting-up of the learning material is based on the learning potential and needs of the student. Emphasis is given to the student’s possible autonomy. Consequently, the selection of the teaching material is determined jointly by the student and by the supervising tutor and aims at the immediate consolidation of the specified linguistic material, i.e. vocabulary, morphology (grammar) and the syntax of the language taught.
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