It definitely depends on the student. However, generally I find that simple and relatable material is the most useful at communicating knowledge. With English, I often suggest reading a few pages of a book each day as it greatly improves reading, writing, vocabulary and increases the aptitude and appreciation of a student in relation to the different forms of writing. In my experience with international students I try to promote conversation in English as it is a fun but effective way of teaching a person to communicate
I graduated from college in India, majoring in humanities. I came to Tasmania to pursue my Bachelors degree in geography and zoology. I am now pursuing my Master's. I have improved my language skills through extensive writing, presentation and general conversation. As a part of my Uni degrees I have facilitated several classes. I have also acted as a casual tutor in so university classes, particularly in helping international students grasp English speaking and writing.
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