The Effective Communicator - Educator

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When teaching & interacting online, Communication Skills really stand out

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Pronunciation, Proficiency & Fluency cannot simply be taught, they must be practiced

Your professional-brand and student performance excel when you can effectively communicate your subject matter.

Are you modernizing and evolving your communication skills?

You are invited to a FREE Webinar to learn HOW to enhance your Communication Skills featuring Learning Circles as the practice methodology.

YOUR GOALS

  1. To become a confident communicator
  2. To practice key skills, approaches and techniques
  3. To increased job satisfaction and positive feedback

THE ULTIMATE AIM

To achieve a progressive mindset, native-like flow and a high level of comfort.

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Judy Thompson

Dissatisfied with contemporary methods of teaching ESL which often left learners without the speaking skills and confidence they needed to succeed, Judy Thompson pioneered and innovated her own ESL instruction.  Her method, renowned for its radical approach to teaching based on unique insights about how students learn, has been instrumental in assisting millions world-wide with more effective ways of acquiring English proficiency.

WHAT IS EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION ?

The ability to write and speak the language with sufficient structural accuracy and vocabulary to participate smoothly and effectively in most formal and informal interactions on practical, social, and professional topics.

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Helping individuals communicate seamlessly in global conversations

The KEY CONCEPTS UTILIZED (i) Pattern learning (ii) Ruthless assessment (iii) Using first language (iv( Associating sounds with concrete images (v) Separating accent from intelligibility (vi) Ranking critical elements

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