Wednesday, June 11, 2014

One-day, Haptic Pronunciation Teaching Workshop in Vancouver! - CANCELLED!

Due to scheduling conflicts, we have cancelled the workshop. (For those who registered earlier, you should have received your refund by now. If not, please let me know asap!) There is a good chance that the workshop will, instead, be offered as 2, 3-hour webinars. An announcement on that should be out sometime next month!

Here is the description of the workshop:

How long does it take your body to learn how to teach pronunciation more haptically? About 8 hours! The first of the new one-day, Acton Haptic English Pronunciation System (AH-EPS), training sessions for instructors will take place on August 9th in Vancouver, BC.

Morning (9~12)
A. Haptic learning preliminaries
B. Vowels and word stress
C. Rhythm and phrase grouping
D. Intonation
Afternoon (1~6)
E. Fluency and linking
F. Expressiveness
G. Consonants
H. Haptic-integrated teaching method

$100 fee includes Seminar workbook (as PDF download) and web access to model videos of techniques presented.  Venue: Sandman Signature Hotel, Langley, BC. Depending on number of registrants, hardcopies of handouts and lunch may be included as well. Training and practice videos, AH-EPS Student work and Instructor Guide available after the Workshop at discount prices.

For more information or if you'd like to host one in your neighbourhood, too:


Bill Acton said...

The Workshop will be at the Sandman Signature Hotel, Langley BC.
The venue can handle up to 80 participants. Morning coffee will be provided. Depending on the number of participants, hardcopies of handouts, DVDs with video models and buffet lunch may be included as well! Pass on the word, please.

Angelina Van Dyke said...

Great location!

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