Without goals and plans to reach
them, you are like a ship that has set
sail with no destination
1.1 Why is English important to you, at the
1.2 Why do you want to learn
1.3 What's going to change in your life if you have a very good command of English
1.4 Which skills do you want to focus on - speaking, pronunciation, listening, writing, grammar, reading?
1.5 Do you want to study with movies and songs?
1.5.1 What are your favorites?
1.5.2 Movies with subtitles -
1.6 What kind of topics and vocabulary do you want to discuss in our lessons?
1.7 More advanced vocabulary -
1.8 podcasts - stitcher.com
1.9 Do you want home assignment?
1.10 Are you willing to spend 15 min each day for English? (if you can more then that, of course,
1.10.1 to-do lists each week - specific
1.11 Successful people don't "find time", they "make time"!!!
1.12 Simple But Powerful: Create Goals for English Learning Success - Why Clarifying Your Purpose Leads to Success - The
more you understand WHY you want something, the more motivated you will be to achieve this. Would you rather be
naturally motivated to do something or have to force yourself to do it [use your willpower]? By taking the time to clarifying
the purpose behind your goals, you are setting yourself up for success. A goal is a dream with a deadline. What is your
dream? Write it down, set a deadline, work hard and make it happen! - Source:
18.104.22.168 Stop Worrying, Start Living by Dale