Redefining the English Language School – From Shanghai to Sao Paulo

July 28, 2016
28 July 2016,

When we started Spoken English Practice in 2008 we had one mission in mind. That was to redefine the way Spoken English is taught around the world, and to redefine the way an English Language School operates. Today after helping more than 1 million students from around the world from Shanghai to Sao Paulo, from Mumbai to Moscow, we can be […]

Why English Language Schools in China Fail?

July 6, 2016
6 July 2016,

There are thousands of English Language schools in China. For Chinese students, learning to speak English is a top priority. More and more parents are enrolling their children to English speaking courses even when they are around 4-5 years old. However, even with this rise in interest and demand, most English Language schools in China fail to provide improve Oral English skills […]

The Death of the Traditional English Language School

February 29, 2016
29 February 2016,

When Spoken English Practice launched in 2008, we started with a very simple observation about English language schools that operate all over the world. There are few hundred thousand recognized English language schools and ESL Programs around the world. There are more than a million English language teachers who conduct private lesson either in person or over Skype. On top […]

How to pick a good English Language School?

November 12, 2015
12 November 2015,

Let’s be honest. Most English Language schools around the world are ineffective. There are tons of good English Language training institutes but there are equally a large number of ineffective places. Most English schools still employ outdated language teaching methods such as memorization and tutorials. If you are a ESL student trying to improve English speaking, picking the right English […]

Meet Native English Teacher James

September 11, 2015
11 September 2015,

James, tell us a bit about your past experiences teaching English Tell us more about your education? I graduated high school in the top 10% of my class and went on to Western Washington University to study Mathematics Education. I didn’t do so well in my upper-level calculus and theoretical algebra classes but I excelled in English, Music, Astronomy, and […]