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Overview of EnglishCentral for use in schools and classrooms for teaching English. http://www.englishcentral.com/videos

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  • Manage students, including adding to specific Classes with specific content, adding to Groups within such Classes by level. Communicate with students via an onsite messaging system, as well as via one-click email access from the student roster. Four touch points: Team Leader -- to encourage progress (probably automated) Manager - 1st escalation Kyle - 2nd escalation Mikitani CEO - 3rd escalation (probably limited to company-wide blasts)
  • Manage students, including adding to specific Classes with specific content, adding to Groups within such Classes by level. Communicate with students via an onsite messaging system, as well as via one-click email access from the student roster. Four touch points: Team Leader -- to encourage progress (probably automated) Manager - 1st escalation Kyle - 2nd escalation Mikitani CEO - 3rd escalation (probably limited to company-wide blasts)
  • Manage students, including adding to specific Classes with specific content, adding to Groups within such Classes by level. Communicate with students via an onsite messaging system, as well as via one-click email access from the student roster. Four touch points: Team Leader -- to encourage progress (probably automated) Manager - 1st escalation Kyle - 2nd escalation Mikitani CEO - 3rd escalation (probably limited to company-wide blasts)
  • Manage students, including adding to specific Classes with specific content, adding to Groups within such Classes by level. Communicate with students via an onsite messaging system, as well as via one-click email access from the student roster. Four touch points: Team Leader -- to encourage progress (probably automated) Manager - 1st escalation Kyle - 2nd escalation Mikitani CEO - 3rd escalation (probably limited to company-wide blasts)
  • Manage students, including adding to specific Classes with specific content, adding to Groups within such Classes by level. Communicate with students via an onsite messaging system, as well as via one-click email access from the student roster. Four touch points: Team Leader -- to encourage progress (probably automated) Manager - 1st escalation Kyle - 2nd escalation Mikitani CEO - 3rd escalation (probably limited to company-wide blasts)
  • Manage students, including adding to specific Classes with specific content, adding to Groups within such Classes by level. Communicate with students via an onsite messaging system, as well as via one-click email access from the student roster. Four touch points: Team Leader -- to encourage progress (probably automated) Manager - 1st escalation Kyle - 2nd escalation Mikitani CEO - 3rd escalation (probably limited to company-wide blasts)
  • Manage students, including adding to specific Classes with specific content, adding to Groups within such Classes by level. Communicate with students via an onsite messaging system, as well as via one-click email access from the student roster. Four touch points: Team Leader -- to encourage progress (probably automated) Manager - 1st escalation Kyle - 2nd escalation Mikitani CEO - 3rd escalation (probably limited to company-wide blasts)

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  • 1. Using EnglishCentral At Your School
  • 2. 1Dive Into An Ocean Of Video
  • 3. 2The EnglishCentral Solution •350K registered users, and over 100M lines spoken •Used by thousands of schools and businesses •Customized curriculum design for your program •Complete customer service and teacher training •Lowest cost, highly effective
  • 4. 3The EnglishCentral Approach Exposure to Every word is Motivating speaking thousands of tracked using practice proven to authentic time interval increase spoken videos learning English ability
  • 5. 4Our Philosophy“I think about ninety percent of the problem inteaching, or maybe ninety-eight percent, is just tohelp the students get interested.” Noam Chomsky “The best methods are therefore those that supply ‘comprehensible input’ in low anxiety situations, containing messages that students really want toStephen Krashen hear.” “Learning from context is so important that some studies suggest that first language learners learn most of their vocabulary in this way.” Paul Nation
  • 6. 5Why Use EnglishCentral?
  • 7. 6Our Patented Video Player
  • 8. 7Our Video Vocabulary System
  • 9. 8We’re Pronunciation Experts
  • 10. 9Curriculum Design•The largest library of authentic, leveled language learning video content•Over 30 structured courses covering Business, Travel, Social, Media, Academic and YL English•Precise speech and pronunciation feedback. Structured vocabulary building system
  • 11. Professionally designed courses
  • 12. 10A Custom Class Page
  • 13. 11Our “Teacher Tools” LMS Manage your School, Buy Premium access for your Classes and Groups students at large discounts Create Video, Word Track individual student and Sound assignments activity and performance
  • 14. 12Set Goals for your students
  • 15. 13Assign and design curriculum
  • 16. 14Student Tracking & Reports
  • 17. 15Listen to student recordings
  • 18. 16Teacher Testimonials “In my opinion, EnglishCentral 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 forEnglish Language Learners. It provides listening, speaking, and reading practice — all in an extremely engaging way… Larry Ferlazzo – Websites of the Day
  • 19. 17Helpful Resources
  • 20. 18Our Teachers’ Guide
  • 21. 19Academic Pricing Academic Pack Unlimited Student Access to all features Access to all our professional courses Full Use Of Our Teacher Tools LMS Premium Customer service 1 or more Teacher Training sessions * may differ depending on your geographic region More Info.
  • 22. 20Tips For Teaching with EnglishCentral
  • 23. 21Use And Model In Class
  • 24. 22Set Specific Goals
  • 25. 23Allow Student Choice
  • 26. 24Foster “Noticing” of the language Self correction Compare and “notice the gap”
  • 27. 25Build Vocabulary Over Time Definition matching… Cloze testing… Spelling practice…
  • 28. 26Use for self study & homework
  • 29. 27Blend with existing curriculum
  • 30. 28Make It Official Curriculum
  • 31. 29Make It Official Curriculum
  • 32. 30Contact Us teachers@ englishcentral.com
  • 33. 31