Is the Happenence style of learning for you?
Do you have a genuine intention to use the language?
Are you willing to be brave?
How is learning through Happenence different?
You don’t pay for a teacher to recite grammatical rules from a textbook. Vocabulary and grammar is important – and it’s silly to pretend it’s not – but each class is focused on developing a specific ability.
Step 1: You are provided with the resources to learn, often in the form of text and audio.
Step 2: You are given a few short tasks designed to test your understanding.
Step 3: You receive individual feedback to identify your mistakes.
Step 4: You are given a creative task to practise the material you’ve learnt.
Step 5: You get individual written and aural feedback for your task.
Step 6: With the teacher, you practise reading the class material and your own work focusing on pronunciation.
Step 7: You then develop spontaneous conversation based on a mixture of new and old material.
Step 8: When you have mastered the skill for that class, you move to another class, chosen with your teacher based on your needs.