Hello and welcome to 

 Build Your Own Dialogue for University Students

1: General Introduction

Watch the Video  (A Guide on How to Do the BYOD Activity)

Use your Imagination and Creativity!

Be Creative, Confident, and Fluent in English!

BYOD is a convergence of interactive courses to improve English fluency, memory training, creative visualization, and automatic response training (Arty's "ART aka Automatic Response Training").

Each of the six mini-modules allows you to practice short question-and-answer dialogues. You will also create your own dialogue using the same module.

Contains dialogues ranging from 2 to 24 lines on solid topics that are useful not only for everyday conversation but also for studying for TOEIC and IELTS.

Each course is basically 3 weeks* (10 minutes a day, 6 days a week) or 4 weeks including recycling/revising/re-practice, but all practice is available for the duration of the course.

Through the course, you will learn simple skills, techniques and strategies for learning English, and learn how to self-study - how to learn English.

Follow the four steps below.

1) Listen/feel/think about the text
2) Improve fluency by listening and repeating (shadowing).
3) Use memory images to remember.
4) Regularly practice the 4R self-test (reproduce, recycle, modify, redo).

By repeating each step as many times as necessary, you will be able to recall dialogues that are given to you as well as dialogues that you have created yourself.

This course is designed to help you practice the three most neglected skills in many language learning programs:

1) Feeling English.
2) Actively memorize the content.
3) Use your imagination and visualize creatively.
By doing the above, you will be able to:。

* Build confidence
* Increase fluency
* Overcome shame and hesitation
* Be more creative

Respect for the four learning styles is encouraged in all activities.  
Visual Auditory Kinesthetic Temporal and other useful things.

Develop a more balanced, more flexible and ultimately more productive approach to learning English.

2. One Student's Effort

Watch the video below to see how one university student used BYOD.

3: Some Things You Can Do to  Improve Fluency

There are three things you can do here to improve your fluency, depending on your levels in

 1) pronunciation, 

2) grammar, and 

3) confidence. 

All exercises are designed to improve all 3 .

Activity #1: Shadowing the Questions

1 . Listen ONLY to the questions;
2 . Say each question several times and then record yourself repeating them. (Try to match rhythm, intonation, stress, etc.);


3 . Download the result and compare your voice with the original.

Activity #2: Shadowing the Answers

1 . Listen to the questions and sample answers;
(You can hide/show the text by clicking the eye icon

Copy and paste in Googletranslate


2 . Practice listening to and repeating the sample responses several times and then record yourself repeating them 
(Try to match rhythm, intonation, stress, etc.); then

3 . Download & nbsp; the entire dialogue to hear the results.

Activity #3: FEEL/THINK ABOUT your OWN answers then record them

1 . Listen to the questions. LISTEN to the answers if you want to get an idea;
DO NOT listen BUT THINK about YOUR answers to the questions
(using at least 2 or 3 of the WH QUESTIONS)
Who? That? Where? When? As? Which? Because?
Who? With who? To whom etc
(If you want, you can write them first IN YOUR LANGUAGE, then
a . Copy and paste into GoogleTranslate)
b . Copy the English version and paste it into Microsoft Word or similar; and
c . Run the spelling and grammar check and proofread accordingly or ask for feedback on it from your regular teacher, or one of your friends (You can make friends with people who want to learn your language at https://HiNative.com (Sign up! It's FREE!)
2 . Practice listening and repeating your sample answers several times and record yourself; then
3 . Listen to the results and, if you are happy go onto next

Activity #4:  Download the full dialogue

Keep it as evidence of your AWESOMENESS.



4:  System Requirements

System Requirements: Win7, 10, 11 & Chrome Browser; Microphone (internal or external) and speakers or headphones.
(PLEASE NOTE: The quality of recordings on mobile phones depends on the microphone, so for some of the exercises and activities, consider using more robust hardware, i.e. your laptop or desktop computer.)


Get your 14-Day Introductory Mini-Course: A New Way of Learning English

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A New Way of Learning English