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ALG Linguistic

In Linguistics and Language Learning on May 11, 2009 at 4:21 am

 

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Video Series New Video: ALG Linguistics (Part 1of 5)

Linguist and author, Antonio Graceffo, explains ALG, Automatic language Growth, a second language acquisition theory, developed by Dr. J. Marvin Brown, of the United States. The method is currently being used to teach, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese, at AUA School in Bangkok, where David Long continues Dr. Brown’s research. Antonio took the concepts he learned, while studying under David Long, and applied them to teaching in Taiwan. This video was filmed at one of Antonio’s linguistics seminars at a university in Tainan, Taiwan. The participants learn to employ an ALG tool, called Cross Talk to communicate across barriers. In the video, you will hear people speaking Chinese, English, German, French, and Thai. See parts 1 through 5 on youtube Watch it fee on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEhFCbn8f1c ALG, Automatic language Growth, is a second language acquisition theory, developed by Dr. J. Marvin Brown, of the United States. The method is currently being used to teach, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese, at AUA School in Bangkok, where David Long continues Dr. Brown’s research. Antonio took the concepts he learned, while studying under David Long, and applied them to teaching in Taiwan. This video was filmed at one of Antonio’s linguistics seminars at a university in Tainan, Taiwan. The participants learn to employ an ALG tool, called Cross Talk to communicate across barriers. In the video, you will hear people speaking Chinese, English, German, French, and Thai. ALG Linguistics (Part 2) Host Antonio Graceffo leads a group of students in Cross Talk, an ALG based communication tool, developed by David Long of AUA Bangkok, to help facilitate crosscultural and extra-linguistic communication. ALG, Automatic language Growth, is a second language acquisition theory, developed by Dr. J. Marvin Brown, of the United States. The method is currently being used to teach, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese, at AUA School in Bangkok, where David Long continues Dr. Brown’s research. Antonio took the concepts he learned, while studying under David Long, and applied them to teaching in Taiwan. This video was filmed at one of Antonio’s linguistics seminars at a university in Tainan, Taiwan. The participants learn to employ an ALG tool, called Cross Talk to communicate across barriers. In the video, you will hear people speaking Chinese, English, German, French, and Thai. Watch it fee on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5uiVkMWfHc ALG Linguistics (Part 3) Demonstration Lesson Host Antonio Graceffo presents a sample of the ALG teaching method, which is employed at AUA school, Bangkok, Thailand. ALG requires students to listen to ALG, Automatic language Growth, is a second language acquisition theory, developed by Dr. J. Marvin Brown, of the United States. The method is currently being used to teach, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese, at AUA School in Bangkok, where David Long continues Dr. Brown’s research. Antonio took the concepts he learned, while studying under David Long, and applied them to teaching in Taiwan. This video was filmed at one of Antonio’s linguistics seminars at a university in Tainan, Taiwan. The participants learn to employ an ALG tool, called Cross Talk to communicate across barriers. In the video, you will hear people speaking Chinese, English, German, French, and Thai. Watch it fee on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL9XXJwNqkI ALG Linguistics (Part 4) Comprehension Check Antonio Graceffo wraps up his German language presentation and check’s student comprehension. Students are amazed at how much the understood. Next, he invites students to come to the board and tell their own story in their own language: Chinese, Thai, and French. ALG, Automatic language Growth, is a second language acquisition theory, developed by Dr. J. Marvin Brown, of the United States. The method is currently being used to teach, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese, at AUA School in Bangkok, where David Long continues Dr. Brown’s research. Antonio took the concepts he learned, while studying under David Long, and applied them to teaching in Taiwan. This video was filmed at one of Antonio’s linguistics seminars at a university in Tainan, Taiwan. The participants learn to employ an ALG tool, called Cross Talk to communicate across barriers. In the video, you will hear people speaking Chinese, English, German, French, and Thai. Watch it fee on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqw3TN_44QI ALG Linguistics (Part 5) Lessons Learned One final Chinese language story, and then Antonio Graceffo leads students in a wrap up, drawing conclusions and talking about what they learned from the ALG method. They discus applications for classrooms and boardrooms. Watch it fee on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWJaYSEcxvg In a recent round of interviews, networks and media sent Antonio the question via email and Antonio answered on camera. If you are interested in doing a similar interview, fire off the questions to Antonio. Antonio is looking for an opportunity to study for an MA/PHD in linguistics. Antonio Graceffo is the author of the book, “The Monk from Brooklyn,” and is he host of the web TV show, “Martial Arts odyssey.” Contact Antonio Graceffo on facebook.com Send him email Antonio@speakingadvdenture.com Antonio,graceffo,Brooklyn,monk,martial,arts,linguistics,odyssey,language,acquisition,ALG,theory,growth,automatic,brown,long,david,marvin,Bangkok,Thailand,thai,Chinese,teaching,learning,studying,linguist,TESOL,TEFL,ESL,English,Second,Foreign,other,languages,cross,ta

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