1. Where to find students:
    • in schools
    • during fairs/forums/festivals
    • online (ads on social media)
    • through personal contacts
    • and so on
  2. Where to organise a course:
    • school
    • library
    • café/restaurant
    • community hall
    • flat
    • park
    • and so on
  3. How to use it legally:
    • own
    • have a contract with / permission from the owner
    • use a public space
    • pay taxes in your land
  4. How to keep the course alive:
    • be amusing, kreative, clear
    • various topics and tasks
    • have the course regularly
    • distribute materials free
    • the course should be accessible (suitable price, comfortable atmosphere, accessible lication)
    • present the Esperanto-movement
    • and so on
  5. Necessary equipment:
    • blackboard
    • pens, pencils
    • projector, computer
    • furniture
    • teaching materials (both for the teacher and for the students)
    • and so on
  6. What conditions are needed to make the course successful:
    • fulfill the conditions mentioned above
    • suitable light, temperature, not too much noise
    • nice atmosphere
    • and so on
  7. Duration and frequency of the course:
    • It depends on the conditions (age group, intensity, rhythm, etc.), e.g. one-week-long intense everyday course, one-semester-long course at the university once a week, etc.)
  8. Will you teach alone?:
    • yes (it would be advantageous to have 2 teachers – one can complement the other)
    • no (e. g. for individual lessons or indivuals)
  9. What is the role of the helper?:
    • helping with organising the plan
    • help the students while making the tasks
    • reply to the questions of students which don’t concern the rest in order to avoid disturbing the whole class
    • distribute materials
    • prepare the equipment
    • make roleplay with the other teacher
    • give examples
    • write on the blackboard
    • and so on
  10. What methods and materials should be used?:
    • it depend on the target group and environment
  11. How to promote:
    • social media
    • newspapers
    • schools
    • posters
    • distributed materials (pens, pencils, cups, bags, T-shirts, etc.)