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FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions about Language Ambassadors Program

Written by Juho Isola

CEO of Sanako

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1. What is a Language Teacher Ambassador and how to become one?

Language teacher ambassadors are language teachers by profession. They are motivated teachers who care about their students and want to help them to grow and gain better opportunities in life by teaching them a second language like English for example. 

Professional language teachers can become Sanako’s Language Teacher Ambassadors by joining this program. By joining, the teacher gets free access to Sanako’s language teaching software called Reactored and can then use this tool to improve their teaching methods and efficiency. If you are a language teacher and would like to join the program, click here and fill in the form.

2. I am not a language teacher, can I still get a free licence for your software?

No. The program is currently available only for language teachers who teach languages in one of the following countries: Angola, Mozambique, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru, and Mexico.

3. I am a language teacher from a developing country, but not from any of those countries that you listed in the program description. Can I still join and get free access to Sanako’s language teaching software?

Currently the program is only open for the listed countries. Our program was just launched and we are still having limited resources to run it, but in the future we might open it up for more countries. If you are interested to follow up the program progress and be one of the first ones to hear if we open it up for new countries, bookmark this blog and follow the news we publish here. You can also follow the program on twitter and by joining our Facebook group.

4. What can I do with Reactored, the language teaching software provided in this program?

Reactored is a content-driven and gamified Online language teaching platform. Reactored contains ready-made language learning content and teachers can easily create their own learning content for their students. Reactored can also be used in the classroom to do exercises or it can be used in self-paced distance learning. Students can easily complete their exercises using their mobile phones, tablets or laptops. You can find more information about what you can do with Reactored by clicking here.

5. Which languages can I teach with Reactored?

Reactored currently supports 16 different languages. These languages are: English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, Danish, Norwegian, Dutch, Vietnamese, Hungarian, Swedish, Finnish and Latin.

6. For how long do I get free licences?

Schools and teachers will be granted free access to Reactored platform (the license is valid until 31st of December 2021).

7. Can the software be used offline? 

No, it is not possible to use Reactored software offline at the moment. You need at least basic internet connection to use it. 

8. What is expected of me and what are the terms in this program?

First of all, you need to be a language teacher from one of the selected locations and you have to be actively involved in teaching languages. You need to be motivated in helping your students and open for new ideas, methods and tools in your teaching. You have to be teaching in a school, university or a NGO for example. Home schools are not eligible for the program.

We expect that you are committed to improving language teaching and learning efficiency and that you will use the software that we provide for you and your school. We also expect that after a successful period of using our tools you share your comments and story with us and give us the permission to present some of that material in our program website to motivate other language teachers to take part in this as well. We would also be happy if you recommend the program to your fellow language teachers in your country.

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