Wholistic approach and exploring alternatives

Wholistic approach and exploring alternatives

I have been teaching English language as a private school for almost 7 years. At the beginning  of the process in becomming "independent" as "a self-employed freelancer" it was really "a hard time job" instead of "a part time job". However, I was pretty sure and confident about how I want to teach my students. The whole idea was: non traditional and different approach of teaching. No textbooks any more, no fill in grammar exercises, "guess what grammar tense exercises". Flexible, wholistic and sustainable way of teaching where I can deliver knowledge and information to my students in a non intrusive and exciting way as much as possible based on experience and observation of success and failure stories in the platform of education. (Of course the are failure stories too, and we should learn from failure as much as possible). And it worked. My students obtained desired success in their journey in learning English, have passed finals and exams successfully, got "the best grades", "others got better grades" and "some good grades" at school and introduced English language into their private, school and work lives on high or higher levels. My approach is rather wholistic as I like to call it because I take into consideration all aspects of language. Since beginning, I have been exploring alternatives, and I still do. Exploring new possibilities and options on how to better my teaching and learning.

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