Sep 23, 2012

How to Learn English - an ESL Infographic

I'm bringing copies of this infographic by Kaplan into my TEFL class this week. There's some interesting information here about what elements of western pop culture attract ESL learners.

Bob Marley? Star Wars? This survey was definitely not done in Korea.




























































































How to learn English via Kaplan Blog

8 comments:

  1. Wow.. this is some cool information. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Hi Anne,

    I'm responsible for the creation of this infographic. Really happy that you used it in your TEFL class. Kaplan has just published another infographic that you might be interested in. Please contact me on mhofschroer(at)kaplan.com.

    Thanks,

    Martin

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  3. Hi Anne,

    We have just come across you blog and found it very interesting.

    We thought of sharing with you our project SaypU. We are trying to help people pronouncing words in any language more accurately by promoting a 24 letter universal phonetic alphabet saypu.com

    You might find it useful while teaching your students. It is free for everyone. Feedback would be appreciated.

    Best,
    SaypU Team

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  4. Hello Anne, I am Gustavo from spain. Do you want to be my friend or chat a bit? If so, my email is paterlindo@hotmail.com and my name Gustavo Pallardó Cambronero.

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  5. My profile on match.com Gustavohpeikl
    On facebook Gustavo Pallardo Cambronero
    Or g.. Pallardó ca...
    I saw your easiest laguages to learn 10, etc...
    Do you like french or english more?
    Cristian Castro is Great.

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  6. Dear Anne, I just read your article about "How to learn English". To be honest, I am NOT suprised that the majority of learners said, that watching TV and movies helped them learning a foreign language. Actually we apply this concept at LINGORILLA.com successfully for learning English, German, Spanish, French and Italian. We produce videos with glimpses of daily life which enables viewers to learn essential vocabulary, grammar structure, pronuncation and more within the context of authentic situations.

    We would like to invite you to check out http://www.lingorilla.com. If you find Lingorilla´s video lessons useful for teaching your students, please feel free to contact us. There is a free demo lessons for each course and we will be very happy to provide you with a demo account for free.

    I am looking forward to hear from you.

    Best regards,
    Lingorilla & Team

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  7. There's some interesting information here Mark about what elements of western pop culture attract ESL learners.

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