We give two kinds of feedback: spoken and written.

Spoken

Your teachers give spoken feedback during your lessons. We do this in two ways.

Sometimes we stop you as soon as you make a mistake and ask you to try again. We use this kind of feedback when the focus of the lesson is on using correct English. For example, when the focus is on correct pronunciation or grammar.

Sometimes we allow the conversation to develop. When there is a natural break in the conversation we give feedback on mistakes and give new vocabulary and phrases. We use this kind of feedback when the focus of the lesson is on developing fluency. For example, when the focus is on talking about your job and company, or giving a presentation.

Sometimes the focus is on reviewing new language from previous lessons to check your progress.

Written

After your online lesson, your teacher sends you an email with written feedback.

This email contains:

  • a summary of the topic you learned in the lesson
  • some of the mistakes you made and how to correct them
  • new vocabulary
  • links to online resources such as dictionaries
  • links to online reading and listening activities
  • something to study or prepare before your next lesson

Go to What we teach for more information about the topics you can study, and How we teach for information about the best ways to improve your English.


 

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