Looking for foreign teachers to train English is a choice for many people. Let's share how to judge the quality of foreign teachers network?
1. Quality of Teachers
The level of teachers is the first consideration for parents when they choose English training classes. But what kind of teachers is the first-class? Let's exclude Chinese teachers first, because teachers whose mother tongue is Chinese will inevitably have problems in the pronunciation and expression of spoken English. If children follow Chinese teachers for a long time, they will learn a lot if they are not careful Come back with Chinglish. This is not helpful for the oral English and listening test.
2. Cost effective
The price of one-to-one courses for foreign teachers is a factor that parents attach great importance to. Some large-scale training institutions are well-known, but their course fees are also high. Moreover, there is often a mismatch between the quality and fees in such institutions. Because their high price is not because of good quality, but because of the high cost of advertising.
Therefore, parents should combine price with quality when they choose. The course fee is not more than ten thousand years, but the foreign teachers are European and American native speakers with TEFL and TESOL international certification certificates and three years of working experience. Each class lasts 30 minutes to create the most authentic English environment for children and help them master authentic standard pronunciation.
3. High quality teaching materials
Teaching materials are often one aspect of parents being fooled. Many institutions attract parents with the title of international original textbook, but in fact, the pure international original textbook is not suitable for domestic children to learn. Because foreign and domestic education background and requirements are completely different. If we use the original textbooks rashly, it is easy to conflict with the requirements of domestic exam oriented education.
Therefore, the best choice is the domestic localization of international teaching materials, which not only retains the resource advantages of international teaching materials, but also integrates with the domestic exam oriented education English curriculum standards.