♥Idiomas Senac - Your Best Choice Ever! 2012.1

Material Didático  para os níveis 1 (STARTER), 2 (ELEMENTARY) e 3 (PRE-INTERMEDIATE) o material para o nível 4 e 5 não estão neste post.
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Idiomas Senac - RN
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Início das aulas 13/Fev/2012
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Learning English A new year has already begun and we want to say welcome to 2012 and you must start this year off with a new and enthusiastic perspective on life. And we do believe that it is time to learn a new language such as English... whatever! And so... Senac is your best choice ever! Join us ASAP and have a great time learning it with our dynamic and enthusiastic teachers.
A new year has already begun and we want to say welcome to 2012 and you must start this year off with a new and enthusiastic perspective on life. And we do believe that it is time to learn a new language such as English... whatever! And so... Senac is your best choice ever! Join us ASAP and have a great time learning it with our dynamic and enthusiastic teachers.
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INTRODUCING THE TEACHERS

 

How to Learn a Foreign Language

These guidelines should be rigorously followed, even if you are taking a language course.

Learn a Foreign Language

1) Spend the time!
By far the most important factor is how much time you are immersed in the language. The more time you spend with the language, the faster you will learn. This means listening, reading, writing, speaking, and studying words and phrases. This does not mean sitting in class looking out the window, nor listening to other students who do not speak well, nor getting explanations in your own language about how the language works. This means spending time enjoyably connected to the language you are learning.
2) Listen and read every day!
Listen wherever you are on your MP3 player. Read what you are listening to. Listen to and read things that you like, things that you can mostly understand, or even partly understand. If you keep listening and reading you will get used to the language. One hour of listening or reading is more effective than many hours of class time.
3) Focus on words and phrases!
Build up your vocabulary, you’ll need lots. Start to notice words and how they come together as phrases. Learn these words and phrases through your listening and reading. Read online, using online dictionaries, and make your own vocabulary lists for review. Soon you will run into your new words and phrases elsewhere. Gradually you will be able to use them. Do not worry about how accurately you speak until you have accumulated a plenty of words through listening and reading.
4) Take responsibility for your own learning!
If you do not want to learn the language, you won’t. If you do want to learn the language, take control. Choose content of interest, that you want to listen to and read. Seek out the words and phrases that you need to understand your listening and reading. Do not wait for someone else to show you the language, nor to tell you what to do. Discover the language by yourself, like a child growing up. Talk when you feel like it. Write when you feel like it. A teacher cannot teach you to become fluent, but you can learn to become fluent if you want to.
5) Relax and enjoy yourself!
Do not worry about what you cannot remember, or cannot yet understand, or cannot yet say. It does not matter. You are learning and improving. The language will gradually become clearer in your brain, but this will happen on a schedule that you cannot control. So sit back and enjoy. Just make sure you spend enough time with the language. That is the greatest guarantee of success.
COMMENTS
Chris says:
I think it's true. The most important factor while doing all of this is to enjoy yourself. As this gives you the strength and motivation to continue. But the right combination of recources is necessary to enjoy yourself while learning that language. So I suggest finding the right offer of such a fun tool. 
Petra says:
I agree Chris.  I've found that whole movies (90 minutes or so) in a foreign languages sometimes overwhelm me.  I prefer shorts like they have at some of the language learning websites (like at ouruniversallangauge.com).  As you said it is important to have some fun! 
Andrea says:
yeh thats right but there are common words nd phrases which we cannot use in formal language off course listning to music can help us but in learning formal english ithink we need something else
Let's share a LIST of good websites to help learners of English HERE -  POST YOURS! THX DEARLY!