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Teacher: Alain Akamba (Calgary)

(Teacher originally from Halifax, Canada. Speaks French, Russian.)

Course details | Free registration

English, French, conversation, chat, exam, IELTS, TOEFL, DELF, DALF, TCF, immigration, work, job interview.

1) Engage - the student attention and interest to participate in the class is created (pictures, questions, etc.)
2) Study - the student actually learns the new material by reading, watch or listening (videos, teacher, etc.
3) Activate - the student produces active skills (speaks or writes). Done through role-plays, dialogues, etc.

 

Lessons in person or online:

Library
Village Square Library
2623 56 St NE, Calgary, AB T1Y 6E7
Library
The Calgary Central Sportsplex
8,, 401 33 St NE, Calgary, AB T2A 7R3, Canada
Online
Online
(Skype)

Hourly rates: (CAD $)

1 student: $20.00
2 students: $30.00
3+ students: $25.00
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