Teaching English at SpeechPower, the Cora Doloroso Career Center, and the John Robert Powers School System.
A thousand memories rushed through my mind when I saw a post and video on students studying the English language. And how my head hurts from the rush!
Remember SpeechPower? Indeed, the speech and personality development center has come a long way! It's learning system is based on the premise that "Learning is Progressive." It touts its system as the result of careful planning and execution - ensuring progression. How about the Cora Doloroso Career Center, which offers vocational education and personality development courses? It now has an extensive partnership with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)! And who can forget the John Robert Powers School System? Some said that John Robert Powers was instrumental in their success in the Philippine entertainment industry! Imagine that! The school reputedly taught everything there is to know on how to becoming a successful model or a respected actor via hard work, patience, persistence, and luck! Wow!
Still, with headache and all, I can't help but think and ponder how these institutions, these great schools, will meet the challenge of teaching the English language to Japanese students. Would they do it with TLC (tender loving care)? Or with brute force? Or would they come up with a learning system similar to the one I just saw? And would such a system improve the rate of success? Can it be adapted to other courses? So many questions. So little time. Hmmm. Why don't you decide!