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Dr. Nellie Deutsch

Dr. Nellie Deutsch

0, Canada

CO13: Experience of implementing Language Bridge Technology

3 Feb

2013 04:00 PM (CST)

This class ran for 60 minutes

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This webinar is hosted in English

The presentation delivers information pertaining to the implementation of Language Bridge Technology in the process of acquiring English through blended, private and class learning.
I talk about my experience drawn from working with adults, teenagers and children. I also provide some practical advice about handling such lessons and what kind of results we can expect from our students in a relatively short period of time. LBT was conceived basically for adults. However, in my presentation I also point out some of the ways it can be implemented while working with groups of teenagers on a regular class basis and via skype lessons. I will try to show some videos showing some of my students practicing English and talk about their progress.

About the Host

Dr. Nellie Deutsch

Dr. Nellie Deutsch


0, Canada

I’m a teacher of English working on a regular basis in one of high schools in Poland. I also teach adults and young teenagers privately on a face-to-face basis. I graduated from the English Department of my hometown university in the city of Lodz, Poland. Since then I have been actively pursuing the best approaches to help my students achieve a good level of spoken English. I’m passionate and devoted teacher ready to discuss and share the details of field teaching. Being also a graduate from a technical university my view of the matter might be of some interest to insiders. When I started doing my job fifteen-odd years ago the only methods that were available were traditional ones that probably every graduate from any university English department is well acquainted with. The results of my fellow teachers (including myself) in helping students to achieve fluency in English were fairly dismal, to say the least. As far as fluency in spoken English is concerned the success rate was (and still is) below five percent. About a year ago, I came across language Bridge Technology and after getting familiarized with its main concepts, I started using this method with my students wherever I could to the effect that I know a great deal about its workings and success rate.

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