My approach is very participatory and learner centred. You learn most effectively when you are motivated, and you are motivated when the themes are relevant and interesting, - and when you have chosen them yourself.

It is important that the valuable time spent in the training session is used actively. That means speaking and listening. Theory is good, but practice is better. Texts can be used used to introduce new vocabulary and structures, but they are only starting points.

Through speaking practice, discussion and role play, we can progressively make your spoken English sound more natural and fluent: - Think English - speak English.