Learning English Through Simulation Learning for Non-Native English Speakers Incorporating Edutainment Methodology
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Ross, D. (2010). Learning English Through Simulation Learning for Non-Native English Speakers
Incorporating Edutainment Methodology. In Z. Abas et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2010 (pp. 3958-3969). AACE.
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Description of the session the session will discuss and demonstrate a new sound code for the learning to speak English for people with English as a second language. The methodology used to learn spoken English is a major breakthrough for the student (and teacher) of English as it allows students to phonetically encode/decode the English language without the need to learn the difficult IPA. The program embraces innovative technology in order to provide a highly interactive program of study that is accessible to students in a variety of settings, face to face, e-learning,DVD and I-phone.
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