The Excellent Global method was developed based on the Japanese philosophy KAISEN, which means constant improvement. Our language courses are differentiated by working with a non-linear method based on listening and speaking. It's like the natural learning of a child; a child first learns to hear and speak, and later, to read and write.
Students will learn by practicing conversations in the target language from the first class with day-to-day, authentic situations and new vocabulary.
In each class, you will review already seen content while adding new content. A basic principle of the Excellent Global method is the need for multiple exposure to all content in order for language learning to take place. The amount of repeated exposure varies according to each student. When content is introduced, in the next lesson the same content will be reviewed and new content added.
In order to validate the multiple exposure principle, it's necessary to introduce new content each time the previous content is reviewed. The formula used to represent the non-linear method is:
A + B
A + B + C
A + B + C + D
'A' represents the first lesson, 'B' the second lesson, and so on for 'C' and 'D'. With the non-linear method, the previous content is reviewed in each lesson so that the student won't forget it after having seen and practiced it multiple times (short-term to long-term memory). This way, with the manner in which each lesson evolves, the added knowledge increases and all learned content correlates with each other.