Those who want to teach English to young learners are the finest candidates for YL. The applicant who selects to participate in this program learns how to instruct children under 16 years old. The program is designed to aid new instructors in learning how to interact with young children. YL is intended to instruct educators on the most effective methods for teaching language to young learners and to emphasize the differences between various language-learning approaches. In addition, it instructs teachers on how to establish a conducive learning environment in the classroom. The training also enhances the instructor's creative capacity when instructing or interacting with students.
Children's listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities are the primary focus of the YL curriculum. Teachers acquire the knowledge required to differentiate between language learning and language acquisition and to convey this distinction to their students. In order to make learning as healthy and enjoyable as possible, they receive training in proper evaluation and correction techniques. The YL curriculum also instructs candidates in classroom administration and techniques, allowing them to function effectively in various contexts.
At APTTI, we use the Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) method, in which students are encouraged to converse and practice the target language.