German lessons and German courses via Skype:
Private lessons: 45, 60 or 90 minutes
Group lessons: 60, 90 or 120 minutes
The teacher offers a first trial lesson of 45 minutes
Which teaching experience does the teacher have and which methodology is used?
- More than 5000 hours of teaching experience
- Private lessons and group lessons
- Individual lessons and the creation of a learning plan which is adapted to the needs of the students.
Results of German lessons by Tobias Woelke (More information in section “Testimonials from students”)
- Improvement of school grades.
- The students found new jobs, improved their professional position in the company or expanded their professional contacts as entrepreneurs / self-employed.
- Successful passing of German proficiency exams: Goethe / TELC / ÖSD / UNED / Erasmus scholarship
- The student gains self-confidence in dealing with the German language.
1. German via Skype
German lessons via Skype offer many advantages:
Maximum flexibility in coordinating lesson time
The student saves time and travel costs to a language school
Even during the holidays, the student can learn German. He only needs an Internet connection, webcam and a microphone.
ideal for beginners and advanced learners.
2. Which German courses and lessons are offered via Skype?
- German lessons online via Google Hangout.
- German lessons via Skype.
- German lessons for companies via Skype Online.
- Complete German courses by Skype.
- German lesson to improve pronunciation via Skype and Google Hangout.
- German lessons to prepare for German proficiency exams.
- Grammar lessons
- Intensive courses on Skype and Google Hangout for small groups. Max 4 students. German lessons for Erasmus students.
How are the individual lessons organized?
- Classification of the German level in the first lesson.
- Analyze the needs of each student and design a learning plan to achieve the learning goals.
- Each student receives individual support and methodology which is adapted to the specific needs of the students. The German teacher Tobias Woelke is in constant contact with his students outside the class time.
- Continuous assessment of learning progress.
How are group lessons organized?
- Classification of the German level in the first lesson
- The goals for the group are objectively assessed and determined.
- Constant evaluation of the learning progress of the group and individual tutoring