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Italian Language-How to choose the right textbook for adults and children?

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by arycam82, May 2, 2012.

  1. I am a teacher of Italian language. For the first time I had a request from a 40 years old man and his 9 years old son to teach them Italian together.
    At this point I am not sure what textbook I should choose as there is a big age gap between the two and I am not sure if I should choose a textbook to meet the child's needs or one for adults learners.
    Hope you can help,
    Arianna

     
  2. I am a teacher of Italian language. For the first time I had a request from a 40 years old man and his 9 years old son to teach them Italian together.
    At this point I am not sure what textbook I should choose as there is a big age gap between the two and I am not sure if I should choose a textbook to meet the child's needs or one for adults learners.
    Hope you can help,
    Arianna

     
  3. This is hardly a workplace dilemma though.Post it in mfl.
     

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