Spoken English Training in Kolkata and learned quickly is a new and unique approach to teaching English as a foreign language. In hour for- hour of study, our students can gain commensurate spoken English fluency in half the time required in school and college based spoken English course in Kolkata and Howrah, West Bengal. In our country where English is not regularly spoken, students will learn to speak English in even less time compared with their peers in those states spoken English courses in India.
One to one communication can improve the speaking as well as learning speed. This procedure can change the English language learning and development after careful appraisal of how the human mind, hearing, and mouth produce speech. It is called the proprioceptive method or more commonly the Feedback Training Method (FTM).
Every school and college student in Howrah and Kolkata seems to be studying English. I see them listening to TV and radio programs on their home, studying the dictionary in the back of the classroom and completing grammar exercises in the cafeteria. But still, these same students come to me and ask the similar query in my Spoken English Class in Kolkata : “Teacher ….. My spoken English is very poor. How to improve my spoken English?
Brundaban Study Point will not provide any book for spoken English course. This short book is my answer to their question. One to One communication is our 1st and last procedure for improve English speaking power. Our well educated and qualified English Medium back ground teacher will train and inform you how to tell English with appropriate pronunciation.
Other side, in my reading- much of the literature concerning language acquisition theory and research are designed for teachers. This is great for teachers. And I’m sure many students have benefited from this if their teachers have read them. However, I believe students should not be dependent solely on the ability of the teacher. I desire to give knowledge to the students themselves so that you will be empowered to take charge of your own learning.
You must share your knowledge with your classmate but don’t criticize your partner or friends and teacher’s also. No matter whom your teacher is; no matter what he does in the classroom, you can learn from him. Our hope is that you will eagerly learn from whatever type of instruction you receive in the classroom, and then use this knowledge to guide your self-study efforts outside of the classroom.