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Starting An English School Lynn Lundquist

Starting An English School

Lynn Lundquist

Published April 15th 2013
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Kindle Edition
89 pages
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 About the Book 

Do you want to start an English school that teaches students how to speak fluent English in a short amount of time?If you want to start an English school, this book will tell you how to organize your school and prepare your English instructors. ButMoreDo you want to start an English school that teaches students how to speak fluent English in a short amount of time?If you want to start an English school, this book will tell you how to organize your school and prepare your English instructors. But most of all, it will tell you how to obtain all of the lesson material you will need at no cost.With that introduction, it’s time to tell you who is giving this free offer and why.The world’s largest distributor of spoken English lessons is www.freeenglishnow.com. In an average year, students download more than one million compact discs (CDs) of our entire course in either American- or British-accent English. The download includes 147 lessons. Each lesson has a written text and is available in MP3 audio in either American-accent or British-accent English. Yet everything from this website is free. We never charge people for anything they download, nor do we gather any kind of information.Spoken English Learned Quickly uses a new language learning method developed uniquely for its website use. In hour-for-hour of study, our students can gain equal spoken English fluency in half the time other students do in college-based English as a Second Language (ESL) or English as a Foreign Language (EFL) courses. This significant improvement in learning speed is not merely a result of applying new methodology to traditional ESL instruction. Rather, it is the result of the development of an entirely new language learning method. This new language learning method resulted from a careful evaluation of how the human mind, hearing, and mouth produce speech. It is called the Feedback Training Method. Our conclusion is that traditional ESL instruction emphasizes only one of the three necessary components in human speech. It is not surprising, therefore, that ESL instruction is limited in its ability to teach students to speak fluent English.Some of the following articles are taken from the book Learning Spoken English, which was written for students. What was addressed to students is nonetheless pertinent to an English school instructor. When a full chapter is quoted, we will preface the article with a footnote identifying it as a chapter from that book. Please understand that these articles were written to a student audience, so read them with that perspective in mind in order to understand how this new Feedback Training Method is helping hundreds of thousands of students learn to speak fluent English.