Hello, I am new here, How do we get students here ? What teaching materials do you use?
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Hello I have taught on this site for a while. I have 1000+ lessons, however, like any website, the algorithm of the site changes what attracts students. I find teaching topics on google. For low level speakers, we read children's books (no matter the age) and basic grammar lessons. For high level speakers, we do some more complicated reading and free conversation. Live XP has a large student user base. But opposite of that is there are many many many teachers to choose from. You must stand out. You must cater to the populations of language learners: - Beginners : They lose motivation the fastest. There is a frustration from being an adult and not being understand something. Think like a 40 year old trying to remember to do long division. You must have a structured lesson method to move them through. - Children : Some children have more motivation than others - Business people : Formal, email correspondence - "Realists" : They want to speak with your accent and slang
Different teaching materials according to students ' language level and preparation.So, firstly, students are required to pass some tests to identify their language level.Then, Materials are chosen
Same here I am new and did not get a student
Hi , I am new to liveXP and have my own materials for conversational and spoken english and grammar and spoken english for kids. I have easy and fun materials for kids that will keep them interested in learning english
I try to tailor my classes and the materials I use according to my student's needs. Currently, I'm using Interchange and Passages for general English, Market Leader and Business Partner for business English, and Expert IELTS for preparation for exams. I guess you need to build your best profile in order to have new students. Writing articles and answering questions helps a lot too.
I am new too.I usually use my own material which is based on oxford books i have my own ppt and sheets to facilitate learning and to present interesting and up to date topics.