The start of the lesson would be based on the active involvement of the student in both speaking and listening to the new language in realistic everyday situations. The process consists of a gradual acquisition of grammatical structure and vocabulary. The learner is encouraged to think in the target language rather than translate.
He or she hears and uses the language before seeing it written. Then to establish good grammar, we would analyse of the written language using translation exercises, reading comprehension and written imitation of texts. Learning mainly involves the mastery of grammatical rules and memorisation of vocabulary lists.
for those who have English as their first language, this would be easier for all of you, since Indonesian also uses ABC in everything, and just minor discrepancies in spellings..
1. you would need first 6 hours of spelling and reading, and little bit of grammar, these are for all formal and informal words.
2. depending on how much you have improved, we will punch through grammar and writing.
3. we would proceed to proverbs, metaphors, similes, etc which is RICH and there would not be enough hours to explore all of them but we would try to make the best of every hour! :)
I was born and raised in Indonesia and have lived in Jakarta my whole life, in the beginning of my teaching days I taught primary and secondary school kids. I also had given lessons to people that are on their post-graduates or who have earned their masters.
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