Learn English In Intense Bursts
Learn English much faster through occasional bursts of intensity.
Research shows that the fastest way to learn is to alternate periods of intensity with periods of slow and steady effort. Each approach can be successful, but when alternated, they create synergy that accelerates the learning process.
The Effortless English Club recommends 30 day periods of intense study, every 3-4 months. During these intense study periods, students are encouraged to focus on input activities only-- in other words, they only listen and read. There are no speaking activities and no writing activities.
Periods of intensive input are vital for mastery of the English language.
Specifically, the company recommends that students listen and read for 4 or more hours a day, for a length of 30 days.
The company’s recommend plan is as follows:
1. Listen 2 hours a day to audio English lessons. Focus on interesting lessons that you enjoy.
2. Listen 1 hour a day to English language movies. Watch only one scene per week. First use subtitles to learn new vocabulary. Then listen and read the subtitles at the same time-- do this 5-15 times per scene. Finally, only listen to the scene-- 15-30 times.
3. Read easy English novels 1 hour every day. The company recommends novels for children. You should not need a dictionary to understand the novel.
Following this intense system for 30 days will accelerate your English learning. Grammar, vocabulary, listening, and speaking will all improve very quickly.
When the 30 day intensive study period is complete, return to a more relaxed pace and study just 1 hour a day.
AJ Hoge, Director of Effortless English, says, “Students who follow this system get excellent results. You will be surprised at how quickly you improve.”
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