Scientific research confirms that a human being experiences emotion during the foetal stage, even before the start of intellectual development. Interestingly, the quality of such emotions determines our future. Positive ones stimulate the development of a child, whereas constant exposure to negative emotions can disrupt it. Therefore, we sincerely believe that the emotions that accompany learning are a crucial aspect of every teacher’s work because when employed the right way, they have the power to motivate and help absorb knowledge.
Because of emotion, neurones work at top speed; the brain records the new information with less effort and more precision. Moreover, positive emotions boost creativity, promote the creation of associations and make children curious about the world.
In the first place, our method takes into account the mood and frame of mind of every learner. We aim to produce a wide range of positive emotions: enthusiasm, satisfaction, excitement, fascination, surprise, interest, pride or happiness. This is possible through various motion-based vocal and intellectual exercises introduced during class. Many years of experience have taught us that positive emotions function as the best motivational system to make learning English enjoyable and engaging. Collapse