What’s Different about Campuhan English Short Course?
Our Short Course - three months in each level explained
The absolute best way to learn any new language is just to speak it. It doesn't matter if you only know five English words or if you're practically fluent -- speaking English with another person is the fastest, most effective method of improving.
Our English courses aim to develop students’ confidence in speaking English, therefore to begin the course, we invite our students to do an activity to revitalize their relationship to learning English.
The new progress of the students’ learning is very much contributed by the forming of new positive perceptions toward learning English. Some students may have built some perceptions of Learning English as something that is very difficult, boring, and mind-numbing activity and in contradictory they want to improve their English which makes learning difficult and hard.
Removing these old and unproductive perceptions that act as blockages toward learning is essential to be addressed at the very beginning of the class then followed by the implementation of a new learning environment that nurtures new learning experiences.
Creating a new learning experience is a challenge that Campuhan College, continually undertaking, our facilitators challenge themselves to make learning an exciting new experience for both students and facilitators.
Our curriculum is fused with creativity such as singing in English, watching movies together outclass (talk to native English speakers on the street or at tourism destinations), to make a small presentation in English, games and many more other activities that aim to boost students’ confidence and fluency in speaking English.
To introduce another experimental approach to learning, Campuhan College also introduces a reflective silence to begin the class to foster relaxation which invites the students and facilitators to fully present, relax, and ready for learning.
Our facilitators are periodically are given Living Values Workshops approaches and Compassionate Communication workshops which help our facilitators to be more facilitative in their teaching and willing to take chances to try new ways of teaching to more inclusive and engaging.