The core of the Karadi Path methodology lies in the natural way we
acquire languages, whether it is the mother tongue or languages that
we constantly hear around us.
Intuitive: Uses intuitive intelligence (right-brain oriented) over logical intelligence (left-brain oriented) – the intelligence with which we learn to walk, learn our mother tongue and learn to sing.
Immersive: Creates a rich immersive language environment in the classroom through various modes.
Non-linear: Provides multiple paths to the goal of language learning allowing every individual learner to use his or her preferred way of learning.
Non-instructional: All learning is delivered experientially without any instructions and without explaining meanings of words or phrases.
Multi-sensorial: Learning language through listening, seeing and doing with a high focus on listening.
Multi-modal: Learning language through multiple modes such as physical activity, music and stories.
Action Path: Learning language using the body. Through a variety of commands and actions,
this allows the learner to quickly assimilate elementary vocabulary and phraseology, building
the foundation for further learning. (Listening, Understanding, Speaking)
Music Path: Tunes the brain to recognise the patterns of an alien language thereby
laying the foundation for impactful listening. The learner engages with a series of rhymes
that address specific aspects of language such as functional, descriptive and emotional.
Story Path: Learners learn language through exciting audiobook stories with a rich narrative
and soundtrack. The audiobook stories are scripted and presented specifically to aid intuitive
expansion of the language. This is further reinforced by contextual and non-contextual
conversational and theatrical exercises. (Listening, Understanding, Reading, Speaking)
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