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3 Effective Steps to Get Language Students Talking

Author: 
Deborah Dalziel
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Language is meant to be spoken, and that requires plenty of practice.

Getting students talking from day 1 will prepare them to speak for themselves, anywhere their new language takes them.

Here are 3 steps teachers can take to build students' speaking confidence using Rosetta Stone's language learning technology.

1. Let students dive into language lessons.

Rosetta stone uses an immersion based learning method to simulate a real-life immersion experience, enabling students to intuitively derive the meaning of each new language concept.  

The principles of their immersion method means students will be surrounded with words, images, and the voices of native speakers, and will progress naturally from words and phrases to sentences and conversations.

Let students dive into language lessons

2. Remind learners to practice pronunciation.

Rosetta Stone's technology helps students learn to speak with confidence by providing instant pronunciation feed.

Remind learners to practice pronunciation

3. Schedule students to talk with native speakers.

Rosetta Stone provides access to native speakers through their Live Tutoring sessions, helping immerse students further into their language learning experience.

Schedule students to talk with native speakers

 

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