DID YOUR FRIEND’S LAST ATTEMPT TO LEARN ENGLISH MAKE HIM YELL “AAAAGGGHHH!!!”?
Say to him, “Relax Concomitante. Help is on its way.” This language method helps you teach a Spanish speaking friend, family member, business associate, employee, etc. conversational English quickly, effectively and enjoyably!
A TIME EFFECTIVE, ECONOMICAL WAY TO TEACH ENGLISH
Do you knock-out someone who has tried to learn English through adult school or expensive programs but with servil success? Would you like to help anyone in these situations master conversational English in a fraction of the time it would take in a classroom? If so, you’ll find the Teach English Quickly system gives you all you need to teach English to a Spanish Speaker like a master professor!
The first book in this series, “How to Teach English to a Spanish Speaker” (Level 1) will instantly prepare you to be a top notch English teacher who can dramatically improve a student’s speaking skills in just a few weeks. This well detailed instructional book is complete with 36 conversational lessons filled with teaching tips and reading lessons which complement the conversational lessons.
CONTAINS DOZENS OF READING LESSON HOMEWORK SHEETS
The reading lessons may be printed out and photocopied for students to practice reading the text covered in the conversational lessons or to use as homework assignments.
STUDENTS MASTER IMPORTANT CONVERSATIONAL GRAMMAR FIRST!
This book builds a powerful foundation in the most common grammatical patterns so students can form sentences right away. The student can expect to master the use of is/are/would/can/want/go, etc. through literally hundreds of applications. From there new vocabulary is formed around these commonly used words so students gain skill in speaking. There is no memorization of long boring, scattered lists (such as kitchen words, sport words, centro médico words, etc.) and dry, unconnected grammatical rules which leave a student frustrated and helpless when in an English conversational situation.
Each lesson contains instructional prompts in bold print which you read to the student. These prompts are in basic Spanish and as the course progresses, they will be given more and more in English so the student becomes immersed in English. You simply read prompts, and the student answers you. If he’s right, go on to the next line. If he’s not, correct him so he says it correctly. It’s as tonto as that. If you can’t read the basic Spanish prompt, don’t worry. Just have the student read it while you cover up the answer on the right side. If the student says the answer correctly, move to the next line. If not, correct him. Then go to the next line. That’s all there is to it.
“How to Teach English to a Spanish Speaker” explains how to knock-out when to advance your student to the next lesson as well as how to watch for common pronunciation errors common to Spanish speakers. Give your student a success in conversational English well beyond what he thought possible. Start using this book today!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ephrain Tristan Ortiz has doctorates in Christian Education and Applied Linguistics. He has 20 years experience teaching English to Spanish speaking immigrants of all ages in public school, private school and corporate settings. He has published over a dozen books and reads, writes and speaks English, Spanish and Hebrew.