Global Thinking x2
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Global Thinking x2
To give students a better understanding of what is happening around the world through discussing controversial and topical issues in a fun and interactive manner
Global Thinking x2
This course aims to look at different issues from various news platforms, such as BBC, the Economist, Times, etc, and each week a couple of topics will be picked for the students to understand and discuss. Students will learn to take into account various sources to form their own judgment and opinion as well as articulate their thoughts clearly.

This class will be 1 hour each week.

This group class can fit 2 to 8 students with similar ages as well as English proficiency.
Learning Goals
  • Understand global issues
  • Analyse and evaluate both sides of the story
  • Dissect and break down issues and news objectively
  • Train critical thinking skills to develop the student's own opinion on the topic
  • Confident Presenter
  • Improve critical thinking
  • Improve writing through speeches
  • Improve delivery and ariticulation
  • Age Requirement: 8 years old and above
  • English Language Requirement: Can communicate in sentences with English
Time commitment
  • 1 hour lesson per week plus 30 minutes of preparation after lesson
Once a week One-Time Class
1 hour Class Duration
2 Kids Maximum Class Size
Ages 8-12 Age Range
USD 37.10 Total Price Per Learner (USD)

Hello! My name is Adam and I am a final year student in the University of Manchester studying IT management for Business. My lessons focus on tailoring to specific student needs by considering their interests, ability and knowledge. I generally offer lessons for debating and public speaking which focuses on back and forth discussions on current affairs as well argument construction to ensure students can deliver and articulate their ideas concisely. I believe in today’s day and age, yes academics does play a huge role in enhancing your employability, but with everyone graduating from university degrees and achieving similar grades, how can you differentiate yourself from the rest of the pack? Being able to present yourself clearly and articulate your thoughts is what I believe to be the most effective way to stand out; from job interviews, to assessment centres, to presenting to your boss, etc; being able to speak with conviction will surely take you the extra mile in your career!