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این دوره آموزشی محصول موسسه Udemy است.

سرفصل های این دوره:

  • بخش 1: مقدمه
  • چه چیزی برای شروع نیاز دارید؟
  • دستورالعمل های مهم
  • آیا شما برای شروع آماده اید؟
  • بخش 2: Belt Profiles
  • بخش 3: هشت خطا در انگلیسی
  • یادگیری خیلی سریع
  • محدود شدن به یک منبع
  • استفاده از مواد طراحی شده برای زبان آموزان
  • حفظ کردن
  • شما یک xenoglossophobe هستند
  • بخش 4: تمرین صداها
  • چرا sound ها مهم هستند؟
  • صداهای زبان انگلیسی
  • کلمه چه رنگی است؟
  • بخش 5: تلفظها از گذشته ساده / مفعول
  • سه الگوی ساده
  • ترفند ‘ed’
  • ‘ed’: نحوه تلفظ آن
  • بخش 6: خواندن
  • بخش 7: تماشا کردن
  • بخش 8: گوش دادن و آواز خواندن
  • پنج گام برای آواز خواندن
  • پادکست
  • بخش 9: صحبت کردن  با یک گیاه در زبان انگلیسی
  • بخش 10: مکالمات
  • چند مکان برای پیدا کردن مکالمه در زبان انگلیسی
  • قسمت 11: 1،000 کلمه
  • چرا 1000 کلمه؟
  • پر کردن جاهای خالی با کلمات صحیح
  • تعداد واژگان در روز چقدر باشد؟
  • قسمت 12:، مجموعه
  • چرا مجموعه؟
  • پاسخ صحیح به هر سوال را انتخاب کنید
  • قسمت 13: تفکر و خواب در زبان انگلیسی
  • چک لیست فکر و خواب
  • قسمت 14: مهم ترین بخش
  • مسئولیت
  • بخش 15: شما لازم نیست در مورد چیزی نگران باشد
  • لهجه شما
  • دستور زبان
  • بخش 16: نتیجه گیری

عنوان دوره: Udemy Speak English Once And For All

مدت دوره: 4 ساعت

نویسنده: Jennifer England

سطح: همه سطح ها


توضیحات:

Udemy Speak English Once And For All

Jennifer England
4 Hours
All Levels

As a business professional, student or traveller, you need to communicate in English with confidence. This intensive English Fluency course will catapult your skills in record time.
Master English Quickly using the English Laboratory Method
amass vocabulary
discover the multiple meanings behind the top 1000 words
pronounce any word correctly
learn how to speak in collocations
build confidence
reach fluency
network
track your progress
6 months of real time conversations included!
This course contains over 45 lectures, 50 quizzes and periodic progress assessments to keep you on track. But that's just the tip of the iceberg! Included in the course's ridiculously low price is the YadaYada six-month package. This package, normally priced at 234', gives you access to 6 months of real conversation. That's right! I will meet with you and a small group every week through video conference. YadaYada is a unique community forum where English Laboratory users have the opportunity to network and socialize. Put your skills to the test in real conversation with other learners. What other English course gives you the tools you need and the space to experiment with them!?!
Time is the new money. And what this course will save you is time! Time studying grammar rules, time memorizing ... time better spent conversing in English, not studying it. In six months or less you will be engaging in conversations, debates and negotiations with confidence.
And this course is structured to take as long as you need. If you already have a good or excellent level, you will progress more quickly through the process than a newbie.
The structure of the course is based on scaffolding. In other words, you will build upon information you already have about English. We will start with the foundation, the sounds, and eventually move on to common expressions, otherwise known as collocations.
We will learn about how English speakers communicate with each other face to face and you will discover the short cuts to get to that level. Complete with hacks and resources, by the end of this course you will be able to speak English spontaneously and naturally.
Requirements
notebook and pencil or folders set up on your device
registration for YadaYada (link available inside)
webcam (optional) and microphone
no specific software needed
open-minded and ready to learn attitude
a willingness to experiment
What are the requirements?

Take this questionnaire to determine your level: http://www.english-laboratory.com/questionnaire
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 52 lectures and 4 hours of content!
speak English spontaneously and naturally
communicate in English with confidence
network and negotiate in English
What is the target audience?
This course is designed for people who can at least read some English. If you can understand most of the presentation video, you are able to take this course. This is not a grammar course.

Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1
Introduction
03:21
Welcome! In this video I will give a little peek into what you can expect from this course. I will tell you why so many people have a difficult time learning English and how you can change that.
Lecture 2
What do I need to get started?
02:00
Lecture 3
Read me!
4 pages
Complete this questionnaire and find out how long it will take you to reach fluency.
Lecture 4
Important instructions
5 pages
Quiz 1
Are you ready to start?
10 questions
Section 2: Belt Profiles
Lecture 5
How many months will it take for me to reach fluency?
8 pages
Lecture 6
Yellow
3 pages
Are you a Yellow Belt? This is what we are going to build on.
Lecture 7
Orange
3 pages
Are you an Orange Belt? This is what we are going to build on.
Lecture 8
Red
3 pages
Are you a Red Belt? This is what we are going to build on.
Lecture 9
Blue
4 pages
Are you a Blue Belt? This is what we are going to build on.
Lecture 10
Green
4 pages
Are you a Green Belt? This is what we are going to build on.
Lecture 11
Purple
4 pages
Are you a Purple Belt? This is what we are going to build on.
Quiz 2
Snap quiz
3 questions
Select the statement that not correct.
Section 3: Eight English Errors
Lecture 12
Your goal is too general
03:19
Lecture 13
You try to learn too quickly
03:15
Lecture 14
You limit yourself to one resource
01:14
Lecture 15
You use materials designed for learners
01:08
Lecture 16
You try to memorize
00:52
Lecture 17
You translate directly from your first language
01:47
Lecture 18
You are a xenoglossophobe
02:16
Lecture 19
Really good isn't good enough for you
01:39
Lecture 20
Summary
10 pages
The Eight English Errors in a nutshell.
Quiz 3
Avoid Eight English Errors
8 questions
Section 4: Practice the sounds
Lecture 21
Why the sounds are important
02:38
Lecture 22
The sounds of English
11:20
Quiz 4
What color is the word?
32 questions
Lecture 23
ESL/EFL Yoga video
02:25
Quiz 5
The sounds of English
3 questions
Section 5: Pronunciations of the Past Simple/Participle
Lecture 24
Three simple Patterns
02:13
Lecture 25
The 'ed' trick
01:53
Lecture 26
Practice
4 pages
Strictly follow these directions and you will be quickly on your way to mastering the 'ed' sounds.
Quiz 6
'ed': how to pronounce it
6 questions
Section 6: Reading
Lecture 27
The why of reading
01:05
Lecture 28
Resources
4 pages
Choose the read that's right for you: you should find 3-7 new words on each page.
Quiz 7
Reading
5 questions
Fill in the blanks with the correct option.
Section 7: Watching
Lecture 29
Why
02:39
Watching the TV o videos in English is the second most important homework you have to do. The first step in learning to speak a language is to learn to understand what others are saying. Watching TV or videos in English exposes us to the musicality of English sounds, vocabulary and expressions.
Lecture 30
How much should I watch?
8 pages
Lecture 31
Resources
4 pages
Here are some suggestions based on Belt color.
Quiz 8
Watching
4 questions
Are you watching?
Quiz 9
What color is the word?
6 questions
Section 8: Listening & Singing
Lecture 32
Linking
02:54
Think of spoken English as a river. It flows around the rocks, choosing the path of least resistance.
Lecture 33
Five steps to singing
7 pages
Lecture 34
Podcasts
01:07
Fast, free and informative ... what more could you want from a resource?
Quiz 10
Listening and singing
6 questions
Indicate whether each statement is true or false.
Section 9: Talk to a plant in English
Lecture 35
Why & how
01:29
Be part of the secret life of plants. Talking to your plant exercises your English-speaking mouth muscles.
Quiz 11
Talking to your plant
1 question
Select the statement that is not correct.
Section 10: Conversation
Lecture 36
Are you talking to me?
00:41
Lecture 37
Resources
3 pages
A few places to find conversation in English.
Quiz 12
What color is the word?
6 questions
Section 11: 1000 words
Lecture 38
Why 1000 words?
01:45
Quiz 13
1000 words
6 questions
Fill in the blanks with the correct words.
Lecture 39
How many words a day?
8 pages
Lecture 40
The list
33 pages
Write sentences using each of these words. Search for multiple meanings of each word.
Section 12: Collocations
Lecture 41
Why Collocations?
01:36
Quiz 14
Collocations
4 questions
Select the correct answer to each question.
Lecture 42
How many collocations a day?
8 pages
Lecture 43
The list
18 pages
Write sentences using each of these collocations. Forums such as Word Reference are a good resource.
Section 13: Thinking and dreaming in English
Lecture 44
Get your subconscious involved
03:05
Quiz 15
Thinking and dreaming checklist
5 questions
Quiz 16
What color is the word?
6 questions
Section 14: The most important part
Lecture 45
Accountability
01:18
'It is not only what we do, but also what we do not do for which we are accountable." Moli're (Do your homework every day!)
Lecture 46
A chart to live by
5 pages
An Excel solution.
Quiz 17
Are you on track?
8 questions
Answer each of these questions truthfully.
Section 15: What you don't need to worry about
Lecture 47
Your accent
01:02
'The accent of one's birthplace remains in the mind and in the heart as in one's speech.'
Fran'ois de La Rochefoucauld
Lecture 48
Grammar
00:52
'I don't know the rules of grammar. If you're trying to persuade people to do something, or buy something, it seems to me you should use their language'. David Ogilvy
Lecture 49
Jerks
00:38
Every language has them.
Quiz 18
What you don't need to worry about
3 questions
Section 16: Conclusion
Lecture 50
Good news
01:21
Congratulations! You made it to the end!
Section 17: Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds quizzes
Quiz 19
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #1
12 questions
Quiz 20
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #2
12 questions
Quiz 21
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #3
12 questions
Quiz 22
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #4
12 questions
Quiz 23
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #5
12 questions
Quiz 24
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #6
12 questions
Quiz 25
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #7
12 questions
Quiz 26
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #8
12 questions
Quiz 27
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #9
12 questions
Quiz 28
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #10
12 questions
Quiz 29
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #11
12 questions
Quiz 30
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #12
12 questions
Lecture 51
How's it going?
6 pages
Quiz 31
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #13
12 questions
Quiz 32
Pronunciation of the three final 'ed' sounds #14
12 questions