7 Limiting Beliefs in Learning English

Through this post, you will discover 7 limiting beliefs that prevent you in practicing your spoken English. These are called mental blocks that are destructive, negative, and should be avoided. Be sure that you hold no any point mentioned. If yes, your mentality is good; if no, there are thousand ways lead to Rome.

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Mirroring to be Fluent in English

I firstly recognized the term "mirroring" in neuro-linguistic programming book. After contemplating, I realized that mirroring might be beneficial for those who want to be fluent in English. Here is how.

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Flipped Learning Model

The term ‘flipped’ in flipped learning model stands for ‘flexible environment, ‘learning culture’, ‘intentional content’, and ‘professional educator‘1. Flipped classroom is based on belief that learning which traditionally takes place inside the classroom takes place outside the classroom and vice versa 2.

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How to get your manuscript published

For teachers and lecturers, conducting research and getting it published is a requirement. It is the manifestation of your professionalism. Then, how to get your manuscript published? Here are some technical points you should carefully watch.

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How TED Improves Your English Listening Skill

Watching TED videos can be a solution for you who want to improve your English listening skill. It hosts abundant resources that are helpful for people who want to have better listening skill. Besides, TED also lets you practice how to pronounce English words by immitating the speakers on the video and it lets you learn acceptable intonation. Then, how TED videos improve your listening skill?

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