Transnational College of LEX
Thread poster: gruftiam
gruftiam
English to German
Feb 24, 2008

Hello all,
A school of language education I had heard of a few years back, The Transnational College of LEX ( http://www.lexlrf.org ), has recently opened offices and begun offering classes in my city (Boston). Their slogan is "Anyone Can Speak Seven Languages". Their approach to teaching appears to be very different than the methods used to teach me Latin, French, and German in high school and college. I am considering enrolling. My questions are: Who here on the PROZ forums has heard of this school? Who has attended their classes? Were the methods effective?


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Beatriz Galiano
Argentina
Local time: 15:37
English to Spanish
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Interesting Feb 24, 2008

I'd never heard about it, now I'll have a look at the page and see, apparently useful and interesting for people who already have a bunch of languages they can use, and certainly not a traditional way of teaching, like latin for example. They probably use an approach similar to the natural Approach which is basically teaching thru chunks or example rather than grammar, and which includes direct exposure to foreign languages.

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