Depoimentos de clientes
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”Estou amando minhas aulas de italiano, muito organizado o trabalho de vcs”Curso de Italiano em Santos
”Venho o professor Marcus da Fonte. Além de extremamente qualificado para as aulas, ele se mostrou sempre comprometido com nosso aprendizado além de condescendente com nossos horários.”Curso de Sueco em Rio de Janeiro
”O curso foi ótimo, e deu aos nossos funcionários a oportunidade de crescer fora do horário comercial normal. Vamos continuar a usar a sua empresa como um parceiro daqui para frente”Curso de Inglês em Indianapolis, International Aerospace Tubes
”Considero a sua empresa a ser extremamente útil para satisfazer as necessidades da minha filha de 12 anos que está aprendendo japonês. Eu recomendo a qualquer um.”Curso de Japonês em Nova York, Executivo Sênior de Contas, PepsiCo
”Angelica, minha professora, fez um bom trabalho trazendo termos relacionados aos negócios / escritório, e as ensinando de uma forma prática e incorporada com a aprendizagem em geral.”Curso de Alemão em Portland, Mecatrônica (TP / EMD), Daimler
”Os procedimentos da Language Trainers foram bastante fáceis. Ser capaz de coordenar as aulas com o professor que tem relativa autonomia foi uma grande ajuda.”Curso de Italiano em Long Island, Extended Care Health Services
”As aulas foram maravilhosas. O professor foi ótimo e atencioso e altamente recomendado.”Curso de Alemão em Chicago
”Lila está absolutamente satisfeita por ter um excelente professor de Inglês! Pontos positivos também para a seleção de alguém que fala fluentemente russo para ajudai ainda mais Lila, para aquelas raras ocasiões em que a tradução pode beneficiar a aquisição de vocabulário. Bem feito!”Curso de Inglês em Orlando
”Nossa professora, Catherine, tem sido muito paciente com o nosso louco cronograma de trabalho, e nos mantém envolvidos e encorajados a continuar o nosso objetivo de aprender espanhol.”Curso de Espanhol em Houston, NCC
”Eu tenho somente postos positivo para ressaltar a respeito do meu professor Peter e a Language Trainers.”Curso de Tcheco em San Francisco
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Estudo de casos de professores
Language Taught: Búlgaro
Years of teaching experience: 26
What language do you teach, and why did you choose teaching as your career?
Well I began teaching at Sofia University immediately after I received my MA in Bulgarian studies. My major is literature, and I began focusing on language relatively recently in 2007. In that year, I became a Bulgarian instructor at the Beijing Foreign Studies University. I realized then that through language, I could do more for my culture. Being a Fulbrighter myself, I started teaching Bulgarian literature and culture to American Fellows at the Fulbright International Summer Institute in Bulgaria. For two years now, I teach also at the Bulgarian School in New York, HristoBotey. I actually came to New York with a perhaps too ambitious project to launch the first Bulgarian academic unit in the city and the Tristate area. This is to account for my visions and intentions –as I haven’t yet given up on this idea.
Where did you study, how long have you been teaching, and what age group do you usually teach?
My BA, two MAs (Bulgarian Studies; Cultural Studies) and my PhD (in Literary Theory) I got from Sofia University. I specialize in teaching BA, MA and PhD students but lately I’ve been teaching Bulgarian to children between 5 and 12 year old and also to people between 30 and 70 year old. The approaches are different, but the language is the same, so the challenges are not that unique. Kids learn faster, but men and women value the magic of learning a language more.
What do you look for in a student?
Curiosity; curiosity towards the “mystical” ability of every language to project a world that is not entirely the same. Bulgarian aspects of the verb, for example, always open a new horizon –it’s like an alternative reality, our system of tenses and moods. Diligence and seriousness unhampered by a sense of humor and lightness in approaching language’s strangeness are also important qualities. The most important moment is the “click,” this readiness to collaborate and interact with the teacher.
What should students expect in you as a teacher?
I believe that teaching a new language is an integral process that involves not only repetition, learning by heart, exercising, practicing, creating situations for students to identify/perform, etc. but also to get into language’s character, mentality, and worldview –to get to know the people who speak this language.
What is your favorite aspect of working with Language Trainers?
With Language Trainers, students are monitored and taken care of every step of the way. Not only are they meticulous to the very last detail, but they allow students to be involved in their own learning process every step of the way.
Do you have a favorite teaching experience?
My favorite teaching experience is the moment when I feel that the student has come to the point of entering the language. This is the moment when I discover that the student has already created intuitions, sense, and sensibility about their new language.
Estudo de caso de clientes
”Yes, the program has been extremely helpful. My teacher was the most helpful and useful.”Rediscovering the Spanish Language
Language Trainers: Good afternoon, Bob. How are you doing?
Bob Busch: Good afternoon. I’m good, thanks.
Language Trainers: Would you mind telling us a bit about yourself?
Bob Busch: My name is Bob, I am 50 years old, and work as a CPA. I began studying Spanish with Language Trainers in November of 2013.
Language Trainers: And why did you begin studying Spanish? What were your reasons and goals?
Bob Busch: Ten years ago, I was living in Guatemala. I became conversationally proficient, but after I left I did not keep practicing. Although I should have. In Tampa we have several stations that broadcast the same shows —including news programs—in both English and Spanish. I began because I wanted to be conversationally fluent again.
Language Trainers: So, why did you choose Language Trainers?
Bob Busch: My employer found the company and picked my program for me.
Language Trainers: And did you find Language Trainers helpful?
Bob Busch: Yes, the program has been extremely helpful.
Language Trainers: What was the most helpful part about the course?
Bob Busch: My teacher has been the most helpful and useful. My challenge isn’t vocabulary, it’s conversational: I can hear a word that I know, but still not recognize it immediately. My teacher helps me overcome this.
Language Trainers: Do you think you would recommend Language Trainers?
Bob Busch: Yes. Yes, I would recommend Language Trainers!
Language Trainers: And on a final note, what’s your favorite new expression in Spanish?
Bob Busch: Well, I’d be better off not to say. It’s a funny expression, but after translating it literally to English, I might get slapped!