Hello! My name is Saltuk. I ve been searching about online teaching lately. It seems like there is a wide demand of online education and tutoring. ThereforeMessage 1 of 52 , Sep 30, 2007View SourceHello!My name is Saltuk. I've been searching about online teaching lately. It seems like there is a wide demand of online education and tutoring. Therefore I've decided to start virtual classrooms via the Internet. Do you know any free virtual classroom? I am trying this:
Any more suggestions? looks like this is the only free one and it looks good. I heard that you can schedule a session and get a URL for the session, which you can paste in Moodle for your attendees.Thanks in advance for your help.Saltuk
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Hello group, Yes, America does rule the world but it s not too uncommon especially this day and age to come across folks who come from or still live inMessage 52 of 52 , Feb 16, 2010View Source
Yes, America does rule the world but it's not too uncommon especially this day and age to come across folks who come from or still live in countries where English is only a second/co-official language or where English isn't spoken much who speak marvelous English with a North American-sounding accent. Hollywood has been around for a while and now with the help of the Internet (YouTube.com, by the way, literally owns me), people learn quicker than ever before.
Realize that particular individual from the Philippines (whose father is Filipino-American and mother is Swiss) you mentioned has a lot more advantage than other Filipinos in learning English just for having an American father. There are many young people who speak fluent English with very little to no foreign accent in the Asia-Pacific region whose parents are Americans. Some of them have never even been to America.
--- On Sun, 2/14/10, Gary M <gemstone_19238@...> wrote:
From: Gary M <gemstone_19238@...>
Subject: [AmericanAccentTraining] Re: Accent Training Online
Date: Sunday, February 14, 2010, 9:28 AM
My acceptions to your advice are few an far between. However I've spent time in the NCR / Manila area and met Filipinos with surprisingly good accents. My compliments that in spite of being born and raised in the Philippines, his Fil-Am father and Swiss mother gave him an accent that could be the equivalent of my own - a native born US citizen. It's the house, not just the nation that teaches accent.