One of the greatest foundations of the academy is the diversity of its courses and materials, which were formed and authored by its very own curriculum developers and teachers. Considering the broadening market Monol is catering to, the creation of an all-encompassing and culturally adaptive framework for its course materials has become necessary. Through these, the academy assures maximum exposure to the language and eventually greater improvement.
In a decade that Monol has thrived in providing English language courses to non-native speakers, the academy has gained more than enough experience to learn the studying habits, capacities, and culture of its students. With additional research, it was able to form and create course materials, which are specific to a diversifying student demographic. Further, each course has its own unique methodology, framework, and approach but is, all the same, geared towards a more comfortable use of the English language inside and outside of classrooms.
Monol has six stages of trainings for teachers with scopes that range from general to more specifi c courses and subjects. During the teachers’ term of service, a minimum of one hour a day is devoted for trainings. In a span of one year and two months of service, teachers are able to go through a series of trainings to competently facilitate courses.
Apart from the materials prepared by the academy for the students’ needs, regular and consistent counseling is given to each student on the methods of properly studying English, which are helpful in ushering them towards their goal.