You can learn any foreign language better, smarter and for less than you think.
Here's why you need this course:
In every language school I've ever been to, people forget about the most important part: you! This course helps you find your polyglot path, and organize everything on your way to successful language use. It won't teach you a language in 3 minutes - but it will let you decide where your time, work and money goes.
I hope you join us today. It's more fun on the multilingual side!
Here's what other learners are saying...
"This is a wonderful course offering great insight into why certain approaches, methods, tools, … do/don't work, both in learning as well as in teaching a language. It is clear that Wiktor has plenty of relevant experience in the sector and he is graciously sharing all the things that did/didn't work for him." - Leslie, Dutch Teacher
"He doesn’t promise you that you will be fluent in a stupidly short space of time, he doesn’t promise that it won’t take time and effort and he doesn’t promise you radical new techniques. Instead Wiktor will give you tools and resources to help you study better on your own and make the most of class time as well." - Chris, student, teacher, blogger
"Road map for Your language skills. No more tools needed - it's all there, ready and accessible." - Nsh
"Made me rethink the whole business of why I try and try to learn Portuguese and keep failing. Very interested to see some of the solutions in practice!" - Marta, language learner and translator
This is an introduction to the course. Perfect for the first session, and to calm your mind if you're still wondering:
- What is this about?
- Why does the course matter?
- What's in it for the learners?
- How to use this course?
It helps to explain any new and complex thing in terms which you are very familiar with. So how about food? This lecture will show you different principles and roles within foreign language study.
You wouldn't be happy about getting tricked by anyone who takes your money. Or would you? In this lecture, you'll see warning signs to stay away from - as well as positive tricks that a foreign language school can play on you!
Schools are greedy and teachers are too busy to care - miracle methods never work and there's always more words to learn. Why, then, are so many people so good at using foreign languages? You'll get three answers today. Pick your own!
This is a re-cap of Section 1 - presenting three tasks you can get started with, and three examples of approaching them.
Organizing your own language study process means more than just finding nice folders and labels. It means that your mind is clear to focus on what you're actually doing with the language - instead of thinking about other commitments and deadlines. A huge improvement!
What if you could write your own language learning materials? Would you gain something valuable, or just waste time and effort? This lecture will help you balance your view and look at course books differently.
When you set out to learn a new language, you might as well say goodbye to a large portion of your monthly budget. But not everything needs to be bought straight away - and not everyone knows perfectly well what you need. In this lecture, you'll look at good people to talk to - and good questions to ask them. Happy saving!
Tests can cause panic and stress. But with the right approach, they can be a wonderful help on your language adventure - and lead to certificates which might help you a lot! This lecture shows you how to take control of every step of your testing story.
This is a summary of what you learned in Section 2. With more practical tasks and examples - and another chance to ask any questions you may have.
Foreign languages are way too much fun, and shouldn't be wasted with the wrong teacher. Luckily, most of them are really good at what they're doing. This lecture shows you how to manage the working relationship you have with your tutors - and how to communicate if things aren't working so well.
Five simple phrases. That's all you need to turn your colleagues, friends, and anyone you meet into your ad-hoc language tutors. Use them and see if you can expand that awesome phrasebook!
Online language resources can save you lots of time and money - or they can end up damaging your budget and making you learn lots of unimportant things. This lecture helps you choose the right kind, and justify using (or discarding) anything language-related you'll find on the Web.
This turns out to be more important than many people think: finding the right motivation, and discovering what drives you to learn a language, may change from day to day and from one task to another. Two models of motivation, and two ideas to help you visualise the right things - this lecture should get you started right!
How will the language learning landscape change in the future? What would you do in order to remain a successful language user - and to have fun using your skills? This lecture gives you a few ideas to go on. Thanks for watching, and good luck!
Use this to boost your motivation, keep going and plan future work smarter. Free to download, print, enjoy and share!
From flashcards to podcasts, from photocopies to lecture notes - follow these three rules to create usable, relevant and fluency-boosting materials. Free for you to share and enjoy!
Go through the questions when you start out your language adventure - or when you're not sure where you went wrong. Share and enjoy as you please!
Is there money in learning languages? And what exactly can polyglots do for a living? This quick guide is an introduction to five popular jobs for foreign language speakers. It shows you what's involved, and lists popular requirements and skills connected with each profession.
Downloadable PDF - 3 pages. Includes useful links.
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