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 Profile of Sasa Adamovic Date: October 21, 2017 
The Basics
Name: Sasa Adamovic
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Language(s) to teach:

(N) = Also native language of teacher.
City: Zagreb
State, province or region: Croatia
Country: Croatia
  • Teaching
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  • Lessons delivery:
  • Email
  • Text chat
  • Video conferencing
    Program Summary
    Class sizes available:
  • Private Lessons
  • 2-3 students
  • 4-8 students
  • 9 or more students
  • Student proficiency levels:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • Facets available:
  • Grammar
  • Conversation
  • Study Abroad
  • Business
  • Test Preparation

    Teaching Approach

    Every program must meet the learner's ability to adopt new language skills in "easy to remember" way. Not everyone is available to learn one thing the same way or by the same speed. Some need more practice while some learn as fast as a sponge absorbs the water.. and this all depends of the person if he/she is mathematic type of person, or as I call it "travelling type of person". As the first group learns subjects like maths or physics much easier, they might be having slight problems with learning new languages where there's no a 'specific mathematic formula'. This is not a rule, but it is noticed as being frequent.. And the "travelling" types of persons absorb subjects like geography, history and related subjects easier, and this also means they learn a foreign language faster.. and this is the first thing I noticed with my students;

    Second, there is a question: why do you someone want to learn a new language? Some people want to move abroad, the other ones are seeking new business opportunities .. and some just love languages! This is great of course! and this may help a student learning foreign language faster, better and easier. Finally, what's the use of learning a new language that will possibly never be used in real life? Why bother..

    T hird, learning the new foreign language must consider someone's putting in everyday situations "over there" and meeting every kind of people that will use their own language among themselves and even more probably, the slangish words. This is fully recommended to people that plan to travel or to stay in one particular country to recognize and hopefully avoid potentially unwanted situations like being robbed, involved in dangerous situations, etc.

    Fun and friendly way is also important with learning, as much as constant repeating the new words and 'putting them in action' or developing the communicative skills in that language (from my experience in giving private english lessons in my country, I might say that this may vary from person to person and it usually never travels through teaching grammar rules like tenses or genders.. they usually come as a help in learning how to form one sentence without sounding ridiculous or funny to a native speakers)

    And before I finish this summary: as I stated I teach Croatian as native Croatian and English as my second language (I do sound like a native english speaker but since I couldn't be born in two different places at the same life I cannot call myself 'a native english speaker' but that's the only difference), I can also help with Serbian, Bosnian and Montenegrian languages. I also do read and write cyrilic letters (particulary used in Serbian, Bosnian and Montenegrian languages) as good as latin ones..

    Program Description

    Any program that is primarily used:

    1. Must meet the learner's ability to absorb the skills of a new language

    2 . Must be understandabl e and must meet the every day situations, e.g. in stores, travel agencies, at the streets, at schools. etc.

    3. Must contain even the slangish words (this is because if the person travels to the specific countries, people will mainly speak their own language and to a native english speaker that might bring him/her to the jeopardy of not knowing in what kind of situation he/she really is)

    4. It's recommendable to be made in a fun way so a person might adopt the new knowledges easier

    5. (My favourite) all techniques of learning to be meeting the mind map.

    Teaching Experience

    As a native croatian speaker, I can only say about my english teaching experience that is very rich only one thing: there is always a way to learn a foreign language no matter how hard it might seem.. you only need to find your waz and that's it. You're half way from speaking the new way..

    I have experience of ten years in teaching foreign languages. My humble estimation of percentage of success: 70%. You can't teach everyone foreign language, but learner's motivation is crucial that will help both my percentage and your skills improve towards gradial ;)

    Teacher Training

    Currently I am preparing myself for my TEFL exam degree to travel the world and teach english. Yet, why not working in both directions?

    I do not obtain any training certification s yet nor belonging to any of professional organizations . Simply, that all costs money and due to my personal situation i consider it a luxury right now. Yet, things are subject to a change..

    T he only proof of guarantee I can offer is one wisdom of mine that says: if you can talk, do you really need a certificate for it? Therefore follow your heart and see if I can't teach you anything (okay, I know this might take me lots of free work by proving myself in this field, buut a man must start from somewhere I guess..)

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The only thing that firstly matters in teaching (and I mean any subject) is by knowing what NOT to do with students. So, I know what one mustn't do as a teacher, how to avoid it and finally the least but yet the most important is what IS to be done. I know it usually takes lots of practice but eventually it makes your learners to like you as a person. And as they like you, they are more likely to accept your subject.. and in my case learn the language faster

    ..U pdating informations. .

    Cost of Lessons

    This whole thing depends of number of students and their degree of knowledge.. Yet I will give you the friendly price.


    Profile Creation: January 17, 2017
    Profile Last Edit: October 21, 2017
    Last Login: October 21, 2017

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