Fluency: the ability to express oneself without much conscious effort.
In foreign language learning, the leap to fluency – and the personal freedom and empowerment this gives – depends on the building of extensive new ‘brain circuitry’ that allows a learner to hold their new language in a complex web of neural connections.
As any language instructor will have observed, practice, practice and more practice is key to building that neural web.
So how can our educators, instructors and coaches help learners get more practice ?
The short answer: Vozes.
With Vozes, language instructors have an opportunity to engage learners in collaborative and fun language learning activities – that are directly related to course lessons – in between scheduled classroom hours, at a time that suits them.
For learners, more intensive practice leads to improved, faster absorption of course learning material (and added brain mass!).
The result is learners … with voices.