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  • * Good afternoon and thank you for coming. I’m Travis Millman, VP of Product at EnglishCentral. I’m going to be talking about the power of authentic media immersion and what we’re doing to help English language learners and their teachers take advantage of it. Before we get started, though, I’d like to get a sense of the audience so I can best tune my comments: - How many of you have heard of EnglishCentral? - How many have ever tried it for yourself? - How many have used it with Students? OK, great. Looks like a clean slate OR Super. I’ll focus on some of our newest elements and will be sure to leave time for questions and open discussion
  • EnglishCentral also offers a suite of Tools which help Teachers to guide their Students learning experiences. We just this week released an update that: Makes it easy to set up Schools, Classes & Groups and to invite your Students to join Buy Premium access at discounted prices Next month, we will be introducing a major upgrade of our Assignment and Reporting tools, which will enable Teachers to: create specific assignments on EnglishCentral and get automatic reports on Student performance of them. So please stay tuned for this. Meanwhile, I encourage you to join our Teacher Forums for more details and discussion of how EC is being used in and out of classrooms and computer labs all over the world.
  • Then, EnglishCentral provides opportunities for remediation through expert help content like sound formation and… Focused practice sessions wherein lines from different videos in our corpus that have a high density of a particular phoneme are featured.
  • Record yourself speaking the line…
  • Get instant pronunciation feedback…
  • Click on words you may have a problem with.
  • We built EnglishCentral to be a new way to Watch authentic videos – “Hi Steve” – with the kind of powerful “linguistic scaffolding” we WISHED we had as language learners: Scrolling, accurate captions…
  • Compare your recording with the native speaker’s.
  • So, I hope you like what I’ve said and shown, but don’t just take my word for it. Here are what some of your colleagues are saying. 
  • Thank you very much for your attention. I hope you’ll visit our booth – just over that way, #300 – for a live demo. We encourage you to try EnglishCentral for yourself and invite your Students to give it a spin. Thank you once again. Have a happy St. Patrick’s Day and a great rest of TESOL.
  • Englishcentral teacher tips

    1. 1. Teacher’s Guide “Using EnglishCentral As A Teacher”
    2. 2. Manage your School, Classes and Groups Buy Premium access for your students at large discounts Create Video, Word and Sound assignments Track individual student activity and performance Teacher Tools
    3. 3. Some Teacher Tips!
    4. 4. Use and Model in Class
    5. 5. Blend the Curriculum
    6. 6. Make It Official!
    7. 7. Set Goals. Set Deadlines.
    8. 8. That’s It!
    9. 9. Use Our Books for Blending…
    10. 10. We’ve Got Fans
    11. 11. Testimonials “ In my opinion, English Central was far and away the best new EFL / ESL site this year.” Jeffrey Hill – The English Blog I personally think it’s the best site period for English Language Learners.  It provides listening, speaking, and reading practice — all in an extremely engaging way… Larry Ferlazzo – Websites of the Day
    12. 12. Thank you! <ul><li>Visit us on Facebook , Youtube and our Official Blog </li></ul><ul><li>Want to get in touch? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Teaching English? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Join us on EnglishCentral ! </li></ul></ul>Follow us on:
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