What’s wrong with the way you are learning English?
Are you afraid to use English at work? Do you want fluency, accuracy, and confidence? Would you like to learn English online and develop professionally?
How interesting and motivating is your current English course or learning process? Do you get to choose what you learn? Are you struggling to be consistent?
The problem is your mindset and process. You have to change them if you want to learn English effectively and successfully!
It’s time to redesign and re-engineer your process and achieve success! You don’t need another textbook, App, video course, or a traditional English course. You need a great languageand guide who can help you improve your learning process and successfully learn English online.
I researched and discovered a better way to learn. I call it 「Learn While Creating」. Create to become fluent, accurate, and confident in English. Create to increase your motivation and engagement. Create to demonstrate your English ability and 21st-Century Skills through a process of creating, thinking critically, collaborating and communicating called.
Learn While Creating is the better process to make learning English fun, effective, meaningful, challenging, and motivating.
Whatwould you like to start?
“Tomorrow is my university entrance exam! I was really helped by you. Thank you very much. I will do my best. Your Lectures was very helpful for me.” From Konami in Japan.
“Today, we went over various presentation/teaching techniques – flipped learning – open-ended / close-ended questions – Socratic method – “Parking-lot” method – Running checklist – Brainstorming – Ranking the list – Why/How questions v.s. When/what questions We reviewed the materials at the end of the teaching and figured out that my understanding of the parking lot technique was unclear. Gordon pointed it out and articulated the meaning for me. Thank you so much, Gordon” From Axxxxxxx (Not their real name) in Canada.
“the degree of politeness” – actually that was a one of topics that I wanted to talk with you today. You led me to that point from my question “what is do-gooder?”, didn’t you?You are real-good teacher:)I’m looking forward to see you in next session.Have a good night!-From M in Japan
“Thank you very much to Gordon for the lesson and friendly atmosphere. Gordon knows a clear plan for how to achieve the goal, how to improve his language skills, He using his experience and research. Gordon is a great teacher.” From Dxxxxx (Not their real name) in Russia.
“Hello Gordon, the communication has been cut off, sorry. (Internet disruption*) For me, it has been a pleasure working with you too, you are a great English teacher. If you need information about the Spain, N.Spain, Santander, etc, let me know please. Attached you can find a photo of my favorite bird, the QUEBRANTAHUESOS, only lives in the north of Spain, Navarra and Huesca. Thank you very much Gordon.” From Axxxxxx (not their real name) in Spain.
“I have found no other Englishservice offering the combination of learning techniques that are available at ellc. Classroom and personal interactions are necessary to develop proper skills. While on-line communications are excellent motivation to keep students interested in learning. ellc offers both learning techniques.” From Greg in the USA. ellc was my first online in developing Learn While Creating. I learned greatly while creating ellc that lead to a clearer LWC.
“Gordon, I really appreciate our today sessions… as usual, I would say. You really understand that I needed to focus on my future position. Thanks again.” From Ixxxxx (Not their real name) in France.
“We went over my presentation slides together. As usual, Gordon was a tremendous help. His tutoring is very well organized and his advice is profound, reflecting his rich experience in teaching and presentations. What I especially appreciate about Gordon’s teaching style is that he makes sure what kind of help I am looking for and what is my specific goal in every session. He then builds up a unique session to meet the student’s need. Today, I listed several goals, including improving the overall flow and improving clarity. He gave me precise advice and feedback by referring to helpful materials offered by universities and blogs. These online sources he introduce to me are always very informative and help me learn outside the session. He also corrected my sentence structure and pronunciation as I requested. Thank you so much for the fun, helpful session. Cannot appreciate enough.” From Axxxxxx (not their real name) in Canada.
I apologize for the late reply, this weekend was crazy, wasn’t able to answer.Yes, I suppose last Monday we had our final lesson. I’m not sure if we need to continue with them since I feel how my language fluency improved during the last three months. I think it’d be great to spend three months without xxxxxxxxxx and see how my progress goes without it.Thank you so much for our lessons! I have never regretted about choosing you as the teacher. It was extremely interesting to speak with you and dig into the articles you provided. Hope you liked my articles too 🙂-From D in Russia
“Hi Gordon, How are you doing? Hope everything is right. I’m writing to you just for know if you are doing lessons this year with this company. I really liked our classes last year and I would like to continue in one of your groups (if I have the chance) this year. Best regards.” From Axxxxxx (not their real name) in Spain.