How an AI English Tutor can
Whether it's for review, preview, or extra practice, an AI English Tutor can help your students gain fluency faster. It's like having a conversation partner at your student's home.
The ALULA AI English Tutor gives a natural, conversational way to learn English. Unlike traditional method of self-study, which involves reading the textbook, doing the questions, or repeating word-by-word after a video, ALULA gives students a chance to generate English. Students learn how to express their ideas using their own words.
Let your students speak more English at home. Your students will practice generating their own English, not just repeating a text.
As your students engage in conversation with the AI English Tutor, their mistakes are pointed out and model responses are shown.
Many lessons focus on a single grammar topic. Your students will learn grammar and practice it with the AI English Tutor.
Students use their own language to express their ideas, not just repeating after a text, creating a highly rewarding and effective experience.
Because the AI English Tutor is not a human, even the shyest students can practice speaking with ease. With practice, they build confidence to speak in your classroom.
In addition to AI-powered speaking lessons, practice questions and reviews help students cement their understanding.
Instead of paper-based worksheets or textbook questions, why not give your students ALULA lessons as an assignment at home? Students will have an opporutnity to review what you taught in class by talking to an AI English Tutor. The AI English Tutor can point out grammar mistakes, give feedback, teach grammar, and improve your students' pronunciation.
A flipped classroom is where students learn new topics at home, and come prepared for the class, ready to engage in in-depth discussions and activities. ALULA AI English Tutor will teach students grammar and vocabulary. It will get students talking and provide feedback and explanation when students get it wrong. Leave the basic teaching to ALULA so you can concentrate on higher-order activities with your students in class.