Special 300-baht Trial English Conversation Lesson With Gavin
Problems Learners Are Having
Since I’ve been teaching English conversation classes, the main problem I see has been students learning with teachers that only stick to the textbook and don’t have actual conversations with the students. The problem with many textbooks is that they usually teach formal and un engaging conversation topics. It’s very important that students get many chances to answer long and complex conversational questions with teachers that spend more time listening than talking. Last many students learn with teachers who can’t even hold a normal conversation in their mother tongue. If the teacher can’t hold a meaningful conversation, how can they effectively teach someone else conversation skills? Students should be able to discuss any topics they want and have a teacher who can follow what the student wants to talk about instead of just sticking to the topics that the teacher likes.
Who’s this Course For?
If you answered yes to all or most of these questions then this trial class is perfect for you
Who’s the Course Not For?
What People Say About Me
Mr.Gavin taught me much native English. His class is not only from textbook he supports you in a real world English. He can organize the curriculum properly for each students.If you study with him,your English skill will get better soon.
Mr. Gavin is an earnest English teacher. I’m learning English conversation from him at language school in Thailand. Every time he’s trying to understand my story when I cannot tell him with my poor English words. I can feel how he thinks things straightly and deeply by discussion that we have in the lesson. Though we usually use textbook, he teaches flexible with student situation and he gives me reading advice before my English exam. Also, He teaches me many practical idiomatic expressions that I cannot learn from textbook and that is fun of his lesson.
Gavin is a calm, kind and patient English teacher. When I make mistakes, I don’t care about it.
I don’t get tense in his lessons at all. I can try to speak English over and over, so I become talkative and really enjoy his lessons. He is Thai, but he was born and grew up in America. So we can learn about Thai and American culture. It’s very interesting. He is a good English teacher. I recommend you to take his English lesson.
What Will Happen During the Trial Lesson
First e will start the lesson by having a short conversation to get to know each other. This allows me to see your level of English and to make sure we are a good fit for each other in terms of the private lessons.
I will start by asking the following questions:
- What is your name?
- Where are you from?
- What do you do?
- What do you like about your city?
- What do you like to do for fun?
- Where have you studied English in the past?
- What are your goals for learning English?
After both of us answer these questions I will have you ask me about 5 questions to see your ability with keeping up a conversation. Finally after all the questions have been answered, we will begin the lesson.
Each class I have a different conversation topic to talk about. Each topic includes warm up questions, vocabulary words, short reading, comprehension questions, grammar, and discussion. Both of us will answer all the questions so you can practice your listening skills as well.
Benefits for Learning English with Gavin
About Gavin Kongboon
Gavin Kongboon is a private English conversation teacher from Cupertino, California for adults who are already working. He has spent most of his time teaching Japanese and Thai students. Gavin has been teaching English conversation classes since 2014. His experience started in 2013 when he taught Thai high school aged children basic English for free on the weekends. While teaching for free in Thailand he realized that he enjoyed teaching small groups of people instead of large classrooms.
After graduating from UC Riverside, Gavin worked as an account executive for Shuttle Computer Group for about 1 year. During this time he realized that the traditional office environment wasn’t for him and he wanted to do something on his own. After finishing graduating from CSU Los Angeles, Gavin built custom computers for people for about 2 years. After this time he realized that he wanted to do work that involved interacting with people. Gavin enjoys reading, hiking and playing video games in his spare time. Gavin also enjoys meeting new people through teaching English conversation in Bangkok, Thailand.