From the moment you start your Wimbledon experience, we will provide you with all the tools and support you need to achieve your goals
You will not only speak English fluently and with confidence; You will also improve your ability to think in English, to share your ideas successfully and to speak your foreign language effectively outside of the classroom.
Wimbledon Language Academy Learning Model is based on a learner-centered approach.
This model consists of three stages: Process Oriented Learning, Portfolio System and Performance Management. Process-oriented learning design is considered within the learning model. During the learning process, the individual development of each student is considered.
In Wimbledon, as in the classical education system, a learner-centered system is applied where individuals feel ready and do lessons whenever they want, in order to be able to learn "to speak the language, not grammar rules". It is thought that foreign language learning develops in a natural cycle, as in the process of native language learning. We argue that the language cannot be learned by memorizing vocabulary and grammar rules as in the classical system.
Our successful instructors prepare lessons on current topics and tailored to your needs. We focus on active use of language to ensure you stay connected and motivated.
Through the four language-related skills (reading, writing, speaking, listening) you will gain a deeper understanding of the technical aspects of language, gaining fluency and practical skills in speaking.
Process Oriented Learning
In the process-oriented learning model, the continuous development of the student is aimed by providing feedback at every moment of the learning process.
GSE (Global Scale of English)
The Global English Scale (GSE) is the first truly global English language standard that enables teachers to measure learner progress more accurately and easily.
Based on research involving more than 6000 teachers from more than 50 countries, it expands the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) by setting a scale from 10 to 90 on what to do for four speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. At the CEFR level, using a more detailed approach, dedicated GSE resources then help teachers choose the right learning goals, grammar and vocabulary that their students need to move to the next level.
It is a more effective way of selecting the right lesson, course materials or reviews at the right time.
Performance Evaluation System
Only written skills can be measured with the exams administered during training programs; This situation cannot fully reflect the real information of the people. The purpose of this system is to make a more objective assessment by taking into account the written skills of the students as well as their verbal and communicative skills.