Prior to the course, the students’ capacity to hear the sounds of the target language is assessed, and their learning style is discussed.
The methodology is rooted in Audio -Visual Global and Structural Method. The course material is presented in a PowerPoint format speech samples included in the slides.
The contents of the course depends upon the area of interest, and the target level. The precise objectives reflect the priorities to be given to different skills such as oral expression, oral comprehension, written expression, and written comprehension.
Vox Institute supplies audio material to work on one’s own. A course book may be used, though not on a regular basis because every lesson is tailored to the student’s needs at that point in time.
To allow constant monitoring of the student’s progress, his/her voice is regularly recorded. Special acoustical signal analysis software displays the sound features of the target language on the computer screen.