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How we teach

Online Evening & Saturday Language Courses

 

Although we are back on our Central London campuses, we are continuing to offer a range of our short courses online. We deliver our classes in small groups using Microsoft Teams which is a fully interactive platform. The maximum number of students per class will usually be between 12 to 14. 

About the virtual classroom 
High-quality teaching will be delivered in a friendly and supportive environment. Our virtual classroom will allow for real time online interaction through audio/video, and text chat between teachers and fellow students. Our experienced and qualified native speaker teachers will use group work, online exercises, and will integrate a variety of activities to deliver their classes. Although the class environment and interaction will differ from face-to-face classes with your fellow students and your teacher, the same syllabus will be covered and the four communicative skills will be addressed (speaking, reading, writing and listening).

The majority of our language courses will be conducted in the language of study. Our teachers use a communicative approach in class and will address the four communicative skills (speaking, reading, writing and listening).

 Student & Teacher Testimonial

Watch our student and teacher testimonials. Dara Russian

 

 

A guide to the digital classroom

The below is a useful guide to help you with your digital language learning journey with the King's Language Centre (LC).

The below will highlight key tools and tips for maximising your online learning experience, be it pre-class preparation, homework or accessing additional learning resources.

[MLC] Digital language class guide