Learning Article : 6 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Language Classes On italki
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You want to learn a language online, but how can you make the best use of your one-on-one time with your teacher? Here's what to do to prepare and make your classes productive and enjoyable. Take some notes...
Great advice for all language learners to follow.
OMG I loved your article, is really amazing :)
Awesome article, thanks Altini! I'm sure if students pay attention to your recommendations, teachers will benefit from it as well ;)
“4. Be punctual & respectful!”
Some of you didn't show up sometimes. Most of the time, they apologized, so it was ok, but at least 1 or 2 people didn't even say sorry. A bit painful experience on italki. But the other people I talked to were perfectly on time regardless of the prices and the student.
Thank you all for reading my article! I really appreciate it :)
Massaya, I'm very sorry that you had a bad experience on Italki. I understand that things happen, and sometimes we can't help emergencies; but, if a teacher or student repeatedly does not show, without any explanation, I find it very rude and unprofessional. Fortunately you can leave feedback and/or report a problem after every session.
There's a lot of good advice here - thanks for writing it out!
The students I've enjoyed teaching the most (online and offline) are the ones who prepare themselves and have a clear goal. I definitely agree with trying several teachers if you can - it's just like having a balanced diet, isn't it?
can you help me? I am here to learn english but what can I do that ?
Click on Altini's picture and schedule a class with her! That's how you get help. That's how you learn English.
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