The school year 2019-2020 is over and has been one of the most challenging for students in the past decades. Besides the health concerns, many parents worry about how to keep their children up to date in their academic progress as well as their overall development. As schools and educators made extraordinary efforts to shift their methods to an online format where pupils learn from home, parents juggled with their work and their new role as teachers.
Children learning French or Spanish language or those who are in French immersion program often face an additional challenge; language learning is based on self-expression and practice. The most important factor for learning a language is being able to practice with another person. Magic-Languages’ program and methodology is based on learning a language in a natural way, thus the efficiency of the program rests on the above-mentioned factors. Transitioning from a successful in-program to an online program meant a significant effort to make sure that students were stimulated by the classes and interacting.
We had many parents asking how they can help to make sure their children learn well and feel supported. Here are our top 5 tips that will help your child be comfortable learning a language online.
So, to sum it up, children needs to feel that they are in a positive working environment with adequate tools and support from their teacher and their parents. As with any skills, mastery comes with practice, so encourage them to use their new knowledge as often as possible.
I hope you have found these tips helpful. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to write me at firstname.lastname@example.org.