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Hallo: Live English Classes and Speaking Clubs

Have questions? We have answers.

How to teach

You get to choose! We recommend setting your schedule 2 weeks in advance. Students often book back-to-back lessons, so try opening multiple classes a day. Ask your students if they would like to continue learning one-on-one or if they’d be interested in a course with you and new friends! It’s really helpful to know your schedule so you can give suggestions of when to sign up. Always direct them to your profile where they can find your schedule.

Focus on your students’ needs, understand their goals, and help them make progress towards achieving their dreams. Students often book more classes with you when you’re teaching them what they want. Don’t be afraid to assign homework, unless they tell you otherwise.

We have provided some lessons for teachers to use in their private lessons. They can be found here.

Our curriculum team is busy creating Hallo courses every week! We have courses on interviewing, finding dream jobs, passing the exam, love and dating and much more! 

Many of our teachers create their own customized courses. Click here to learn more

On Hallo, you have the freedom to choose to teach your courses, Hallo’s courses, or a mix!

Please review the template and notes provided here.

Please watch the training video here.

If you have questions, please ask fellow teachers and management in slack or email Teacher@hallo.tv

Live streaming is an opportunity to show students who you are! You can highlight your schedule and classes. Currently teachers can earn tips on their live streams. Teachers have great potential to gain a following and a strong student base.

Live streaming: Teachers can start their lessons either on the home page via their computer or mobile device. 

One-on-one Classes: Teachers create their one-on-one classes in their schedules.

Intensive Classes: Teachers are required to intensive classes on their computer. They start the classes on the homepage of the web app.

Most of our students are 18-30 years old English learners from around the world that want to study abroad or get a better job. Some of the countries with the highest participation at Hallo are Indonesia, India, Turkey, Egypt, and Brazil.

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