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Do you work hard… but fail to see REAL progress in Your English Speaking? If so – you’re doing something wrong, and you need to learn how to learn English as a second language in a way that actually works, based on what we know from cognitive psychology and neuroscience. This is what The Secrets of Structured Learning is all about. When I was a beginner in Japanese, I Do you work hard… but fail to see REAL progress in Your English Speaking? If so – you’re doing something wrong, and you need to learn how to learn English as a second language in a way that actually works, based on what we know from cognitive psychology and neuroscience. This is what The Secrets of Structured Learning is all about. When I was a beginner in Japanese, I improved fast. But as soon as I hit the dreaded intermediate barrier things went horribly, horribly wrong. It's not like I wasn't studying. I was. In fact, I was studying a lot. I felt like I'd done everything. I tried all kinds of different methods. Every book. Every audio course. I spent hours watching films and YouTube trying to learn by listening ('cos I read somewhere that was a good idea). I took lessons with a tutor and put hours into learning more and more new words. Yet… I didn’t see progress. The problem was that I was learning in the wrong way. Your brain wants you to learn to speak English (or indeed any other skill) in a specific way – and it’s NOT the way that most people try to learn (and not what you see in the average English learning method...). It’s not the way you learned at school. It’s not the way that companies train their employees… and in fact, it’s completely different to what most of us think we should do. Here’s just some of what this book covers: The Principles of Structured Learning base don how your Brain WANTS you to learn to speak English (or indeed, any other skill…) based on what we know from cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Why learning more, and trying to learn “fast” is actually making you learn less, and slowly (and what you should be doing instead). The simple “Two Step” method for learning to speak amazing English in record time, by going slow. Why corporate training almost never succeeds, and the big mistake a Sales Manager at a hundred-million-dollar company made (that cost his company HUGE sums of money… and got him fired). The airline industries secrets to creating some of the most highly training and skilled people in the world. Why you forget the English you learned (often FASTER than you learned it…) and what to do to ensure everything you learn STICKS and becomes active, usable English. The Story two men with brain damage, and what that tells us about learning (that you can easily apply to your daily study… whether it’s English or anything else). This book comes with a complete audio version (downloadable via a URL in the “Resources” section of the book). About Julian Northbrook Julian Northbrook is an unconventional punk of the business English learning world. A leading expert in English education and language psychology, he’s fully equipped to drag you kicking and screaming from English-mediocracy to speaking at an outstanding level. After being turned down for his dream job in the art industry, Julian suffered three long years as a crap Japanese speaker. He understands exactly what it’s like to feel like a total idiot every time you speak. But Julian overcame his language problems, mastered the language, and went on to work first as a freelance translator, then as an executive member of a Japanese company.


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Do you work hard… but fail to see REAL progress in Your English Speaking? If so – you’re doing something wrong, and you need to learn how to learn English as a second language in a way that actually works, based on what we know from cognitive psychology and neuroscience. This is what The Secrets of Structured Learning is all about. When I was a beginner in Japanese, I Do you work hard… but fail to see REAL progress in Your English Speaking? If so – you’re doing something wrong, and you need to learn how to learn English as a second language in a way that actually works, based on what we know from cognitive psychology and neuroscience. This is what The Secrets of Structured Learning is all about. When I was a beginner in Japanese, I improved fast. But as soon as I hit the dreaded intermediate barrier things went horribly, horribly wrong. It's not like I wasn't studying. I was. In fact, I was studying a lot. I felt like I'd done everything. I tried all kinds of different methods. Every book. Every audio course. I spent hours watching films and YouTube trying to learn by listening ('cos I read somewhere that was a good idea). I took lessons with a tutor and put hours into learning more and more new words. Yet… I didn’t see progress. The problem was that I was learning in the wrong way. Your brain wants you to learn to speak English (or indeed any other skill) in a specific way – and it’s NOT the way that most people try to learn (and not what you see in the average English learning method...). It’s not the way you learned at school. It’s not the way that companies train their employees… and in fact, it’s completely different to what most of us think we should do. Here’s just some of what this book covers: The Principles of Structured Learning base don how your Brain WANTS you to learn to speak English (or indeed, any other skill…) based on what we know from cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Why learning more, and trying to learn “fast” is actually making you learn less, and slowly (and what you should be doing instead). The simple “Two Step” method for learning to speak amazing English in record time, by going slow. Why corporate training almost never succeeds, and the big mistake a Sales Manager at a hundred-million-dollar company made (that cost his company HUGE sums of money… and got him fired). The airline industries secrets to creating some of the most highly training and skilled people in the world. Why you forget the English you learned (often FASTER than you learned it…) and what to do to ensure everything you learn STICKS and becomes active, usable English. The Story two men with brain damage, and what that tells us about learning (that you can easily apply to your daily study… whether it’s English or anything else). This book comes with a complete audio version (downloadable via a URL in the “Resources” section of the book). About Julian Northbrook Julian Northbrook is an unconventional punk of the business English learning world. A leading expert in English education and language psychology, he’s fully equipped to drag you kicking and screaming from English-mediocracy to speaking at an outstanding level. After being turned down for his dream job in the art industry, Julian suffered three long years as a crap Japanese speaker. He understands exactly what it’s like to feel like a total idiot every time you speak. But Julian overcame his language problems, mastered the language, and went on to work first as a freelance translator, then as an executive member of a Japanese company.

13 review for The Secrets of Structured Learning: How Your Brain Wants You to Learn to Speak English (or Indeed, Any Other Skill...) + Includes Complete Audiobook Download (The 3 Pillars of English Improvement 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    This one is really good. I listen to it quite often and despite being quite short (30 minutes audio book) it has a lot of invaluable information. I also use the information from this book to hone my drawing and writing skills.

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