For the second year, the Czech language school, Vltava, has been preparing groups of students for admission to Czech universities. Young people study in intensive mode - 5 times a week for 4 hours each day in order to learn the language from beginner to level B2 in one academic year and to prepare for entrance exams. The task is not an easy one, especially when it comes to developing spontaneous oral speech skills.
To help students talk and overcome the language barrier, the format of work involves a weekly oral mini-exam: an exam day is set and in-house teachers listen to students in the classroom. With the onset of the pandemic and the forced transition to the online format, everything became more complicated.
This format is not very convenient. Sometimes students have to be reminded several times to sign up; sometimes the choice of slots for examiners is limited; but most importantly, both students and examiners spend much time to prepare and conduct exams.
After the school learned about VCV’s features for schools and educational centers, it decided to introduce new functionality and reformat the weekly oral exams.
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