How foreign language course via Skype is held

Our company offers you to study different languages via Skype – Skype English lessons, Skype German lessons, Skype French lessons, Skype Russian lessons, Skype Polish lessons and other different languages. And, certainly, there are a number of details you have to study before starting the course. 
To begin with, you need to understand how to start the learning process. Here is a very simple sequence of actions:

1.  You send us an application form for learning any foreign language.

2.  We choose a tutor for you.

3.  You are sure that the web-camera, microphone and Skype are connected and working perfectly.
And here begins the introductory lesson!

4. First, a tutor discusses with you your goals and wishes – what you want. How fast it is necessary for you to speak foreign language and what level. You need spoken language, or you would like to concentrate on any specific direction – what if you concern about terms of the field of medicine, law, technology…

5.  Next is to find out what level of knowledge you have at the moment. Will tutor engage with you from the start, or there is already some base? For that usually you have to pass an oral test.

6.  A tutor has to choose textbooks, workbooks, books and similar materials that meet your goals and objectives.

7.   Next the curriculum is to be made up – how much homework you will do. How many days a week you will have lessons. How much material you are going to acquire a lesson. On the basis of communication with you the tutor is able to draw certain conclusions about your level and abilities, and make a curriculum especially for you.

Here the introductory lesson is over and it is time to learn language directly. In fact, there is no difference between lessons by Skype and individual lessons with a tutor at home. The only difference is that neither you nor a tutor has a need to go somewhere and this saves time and effort.

8.  Since all the books are available in electronic form, you work on reading and translation in the way you would do in your real life – there is a textbook on your screen; the textbook is on the screen of your tutor.

9. As for the oral speech, the classes are also quite natural - you and a tutor can see and hear each other, and, therefore, just talk. 

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