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Steve Soresi's Fluent Business English DS Training

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Price: $43.90
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Item Number: NTR-P-B8VJ
Publisher: IE Institute
Jan/UPC Code: 4582107391787
NCS Product Synopsis
Update: December 29, 2009
Steve Soresi is a bloke from New York University who developed an oral learning method called "sentences by minute" or SPM which involves two people. One person speaks in English for a certain amount of time and his partner keeps track of the number of sentences spoken. In another exercise, the listener attempts to summarize what the speaker has spoken from memory. The pair then alternates between speaking and listening and subsequently explaining what was spoken. By working in an intimate setting of just two people, a learner's speaking confidence is improved, moreso than if he were faced with a dozen disapproving listeners critical of his technique, broken pronunciation, and ungainly lisp.

   IE Institute adapts Soresi's training method to the Nintendo DS with a English language-learning program which teaches Japanese students spoken English with sentences, phrases, and words. The level of the English proficiency in the program is rated at high school but learners of all ages can benefit from the tutorials within.

This game is also known as Steve Soresi no Business Eikaiwa PeraPera DS Training.


   This document and photos are ©NCSX 2009. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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