Monthly Archives: March 2011

Learning English Organically

In part one of this series regarding my argument for why e-learning language instruction models can never replace traditional teacher-based models of language instruction, I discussed the severe limitations of technology and their abuses.  I also posited my fundamental belief … Continue reading

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Learning English Via Computers is Inferior

In the course of running my language business, Premiere English, I’ve been asked by more than one client whether or not I could ever offer web-based English language instruction so that their foreign expatriate workforce could take classes according to … Continue reading

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Solutions for Improving Communication with Foreign Co-Workers

This is the fourth  and final article in a series called “Improving Communication with Foreign Co-workers.”   In previous articles, I talked about how we should resist the urge to reduce the challenges that are associated with communicating with foreign … Continue reading

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Linguistic Considerations in Communicating in English

This is the third article in a series called “Improving Communication with Foreign Co-workers.”   In the original article, I talked about how we should resist the urge to reduce the challenges that are associated with communicating with foreign co-workers … Continue reading

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