This lesson focuses on how to make practicing fluency a part of your daily life.
This lesson focuses on improving non-verbal communication, which includes gestures, eye contact, facial expressions and posture.
This lesson focuses on reducing non-word sounds and using pauses effectively to sound clear and confident.
This lesson focuses on intonation, stress and rhythm, to sound more natural as you speak.
This lesson focuses on what being fluent means.
In this lesson, you will learn how to acquire vocabulary and use the world around you to practice it every day.
This lesson will help you learn how to build richer vocabulary, through the use of synonyms and antonyms, descriptions and rephrasing.
In this lesson, you will learn how to guess the meaning of vocabulary words through context, prefixes/suffixes, and similar-sounding words.
In this lesson, you will learn what it means to know vocabulary (passive) and use (active) vocabulary.
Watch this short video where Malcolm Gladwell answers the question, "What is the one thing people need to know about how cultural differences cause planes to crash?" Then discuss it with your teacher, or write about it using the discussion questions below.