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A revolution in language learning

Unread postby tfaoc » 27 Mar 2004, 10:47

Hello,

I would like to introduce you to a e-publishing house, which offers a brand new method for learning languages.
The Fine Art of Communication, http://www.fineartof.com , has ebooks for young children to learn English as a foreign language and also to use for Literacy (found in section 1).
Section 2 is for people from 11 to adult and uses the brand new method, where language learning is very easy and very fast.
This is a new website and TFAOC will be releasing more ebooks for more languages this year.

I hope you find it useful.

Gary Lord,

The Fine Art of Communication
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Unread postby Magdalena » 21 Jun 2004, 12:51

Thank you for a nice tip,
Regards,
Magdalena
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Unread postby turgaytaskin » 27 Nov 2005, 18:26

hi!
i guess the link is down or bad, i couldn't open it..
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Unread postby ForumAngel » 26 Jul 2006, 19:57

Thanks for the tip.
Also, if you are not using games as a substantial part of your teaching with children then I truly believe that this is the way forward. The way I have been teaching (and many others like me), is truly revolutionary compared to what I experienced in school (not THAT long ago!)

My own experiences with this have been very rewarding, with children coming to learn from me in their free time, and wanting to continue, missing me when I was gone, etc.

Also other teachers using my games have reported similar great results.

As well as looking at games on many sites, and in forums, you can receive some free on the website below.

Kind regards

Shelley
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http://www.teachingenglishgames.com
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Unread postby GrahamS » 15 Sep 2006, 16:28

You may also find the free online games that we have on our site of use with learners (for 7-12 year-olds, but everyone seems to enjoy them).

http://www.l2.co.uk/web/en/games

I hope you enjoy them!

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Re: A revolution in language learning

Unread postby systematic » 01 Feb 2009, 23:24

summerlove wrote:Nice addition Graham. Thanks!
This post by Summerlove, is spam by an affiliate for the WhiteSmoke software. She has received several warnings for making similar posts on many forums.

Many forums (1), blogs, and customer complaints have provided long lists and a significant amount of evidence that the WhiteSmoke software may be a clever marketing scam. Certainly the claims, and the not-mentioned disadvantages, in their website are enough to awake suspicion on the part of any discerning surfer.
A Google search will reveal the details. Readers can make up their own minds.
It's entry in the Wikipedia was designated a candidate for 'immediate deletion', and was removed by the Wikpedia admin.

(1) http://www.englishforums.com/English/WhitesmokeComReview/drdvg/post.htm
I offer any information or advice 'as is' and hope that it has been of help. I am not an admin of this board, and my postings do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the board management.
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