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Break into stages

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During this stage, the student is normally silent while listening to new words and gaining an understanding of the language.

Early Production

At this stage, students start to practice pronouncing new words, and typically learn at least 1,000 new words and their meanings. They also start using their new words to speak in short phrases.

Speech Emergence

Vocabulary continues to expand, and students will know a minimum of 3,000 words by the end of this stage. They start to speak in longer phrases and sentences, and to ask questions. In addition, at this stage they will start reading and writing assignments.

Intermediate Fluency

Students start to think and form responses in the new language. By the end of this stage, most people have learned well over 6,000 different words and their meanings. They are also speaking more fluently and continuing to improve upon their reading and writing abilities.

Advance Fluency

People who reach this stage continue to improve upon and expand their vocabulary and abilities in their second language.


Study planner

Whether you are aware of it or not, as a language learner you conduct planning research all the time.

Focus on what you can achieve every lesson

To achieve big goals, you need to create small changes in your routine. That’s why we recommend planning each session, instead of a whole month or year. 

Keep your goals in sight

There are two sections in the plan to help you achieve your goals. Your objective and the reason why you’re learning the language

Brainstorm activities to avoid boredom

Before you start your language learning schedule, brainstorm some activities that would make language learning a fun and effective process for you. 


Applying solutions

Think like a doctor. You wouldn't be happy if your doctor gave you stomach medicine for a heart condition.

Core skill-building activities

Listening, speaking, reading, and writing are the four pieces of the language puzzle. Put them all together through dozens of learning activities, including pronunciation practice and typing tasks.

Class management

We organize and manage classes of students, create assignments, track student activity, and much more.

Course materials

You'll receive PDFs of all course materials, including a Scope & Sequence, student syllabus, and a companion e-workbook.

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