May 20, 2024

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Through his online courses, Alex teaches English differently

Through his online courses, Alex teaches English differently

Alex Smith, a young American exile in Annecy, made his mark on the internet and social media with his online English lessons. Its specialty: putting the human first.

Do you have a French accent? Or having difficulty speaking in English? Alex Smith has no problem! Based in Annecy, this young teacher offers English lessons like no other: all online.

Pronunciation of words, grammar, expressions… everything is covered. After 4 years of teaching in the classroom, this American exile in Haute-Savoy created his own online school, “Beasy Anglais”. It has also become a huge hit on social media.

Thanks to his method based on human exchanges, Alex went from 15 to 1,000 students in two years: “I have Belgian students, students in Martinique, but all over Canada and France. I’m very happy to be able to do this and to be able to reach so many people from my home.”

Its Credibility: To provide more humane education than some groups specializing in English subjects: “I’m trying to put out good vibes. When 300 people send it back to me, it always brings a lot of emotion.”she says.

“For me, learning goes beyond grammar, verbs and vocabulary. It means barriers, the fear of speaking. I talk about these barriers and help my students overcome them”The young woman explains.

On the other side of the screen, students are not graded. Lessons delivered by him, and 8 other teachers focus on group discussions. Create connections between students by: “She’s reassuring, she’s kindA student named Delphine explains about Alex. It’s a beautiful human experience. We enjoyed sharing moments during this training. After six months, we decided to move on.

Teaching Americans is not limited to online courses. The professor is on social networks with more than 220,000 followers on Instagram and 18,000 subscribers on YouTube.

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