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What is the best way to improve conversational French?

Learning French takes time, dedication and persistence. The Museum of Knowledge enables students to learn French through various immersion techniques. There are two options for language leaning on the Museum of Knowledge platform. Firstly the students need to determine their language level; intermediate or advanced.

The advanced language-learning programme for French is tailored towards business professionals and specific to certain industries. These industries include, Technology, Retail, Sales and Marketing, Hospitality Travel and Leisure and Fashion. French language learners will be able to take advantage of the wide vocabulary and terminology used for these industries and also perfect their skills to an advanced level.

Intermediate French language learners can make real progress with Museum of Knowledge language learning modules, advancing from the beginner’s level to intermediate level. French language learners will be able to grasp vocabulary that will improve their social skills and increase their confidence. Topics include travel, personal introductions and shopping.

Once students have selected the correct level, intermediate or advanced, they will be able to perfect their key skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Combined with the rich vocabulary and sentence construction they will have access to throughout the language modules, French language learners following the Museum of Knowledge programme will be able to learn French and improve their verbal communication skills.



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Museum of Knowledge tips: How can I learn a language quickly?

The Museum of Knowledge often comes across students who are seeking a new way to learn a language quickly. However, the museum attests that it is equally important to learn a language effectively. The essence of true language learning should enable students to progress and reach new heights of competency and fluency in the language they are learning.

One of the techniques the Museum of Knowledge uses to help students learn a language quickly is to use various immersion techniques. Practice makes perfect, as does repetition. An important aspect of rapid language learning is the importance of time and dedication. The more the student practices the more the student will progress.

If the student is learning a language from scratch and can commit to three hours of lessons three to four times a week, progress will be extremely rapid indeed. However to commit to this schedule, it is far easier if the student is not distracted by other studies or commitments that will take the student’s focus away from this goal. This is by far one of the most intensive, immersion techniques a student can undertake.

During the three-month period, language learners should focus on grammar, syntax and spelling. Embarking on structured, immersion language courses such as those offered by the Museum of Knowledge is an effective way to develop confidence and competency with students able to access language course modules online at any time.

Specialized online modules can be of great assistance as language competency is directly related to reading comprehension. This in itself can assist language learners considerably so that they can communicate with ease. Reading comprehension exercises offered at the Museum of Knowledge can assist language learners with writing, listening and speaking skills and it is the reading skills the Museum of Knowledge suggests language learners commence before embarking on other modules as reading comprehension is the foundation of knowledge and the basis of developing other skills.

Other language learning immersion techniques include games, watching structured visual materials, listening to audio materials and speaking with others who speak the same language or the target language the student is learning.



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What are the best practices to learn a language in 3 months?

The Museum of Knowledge prides itself in adopting best practice for language learning. Taking the best from private education and state schools, the museum is dedicated to building a foundation of knowledge and competency for students who follow our immersive online course modules.

Students struggling to learn a language often seek a service provider that uses effective techniques, that notwithstanding, one of the greatest considerations when learning a language is for students to ensure they commit enough time and dedication to the process. Language learners should always remember the importance of grammar, syntax and spelling as well as the fact that it is they who are learning a language not the language provider. It is therefore imperative that these guidelines are followed so that rapid progress can be attained. All students must adhere to the primary necessities required for language learning; dedication and commitment towards the language learning process

Structured, immersive language courses such as those offered by the Museum of Knowledge can be of great assistance to those who wish to learn a language within three months. Bear in mind however that language learners of Latin languages may make greater progress more quickly than they will with Germanic languages.

Language learning comprehension exercises offered at the Museum of Knowledge can assist language learners with writing, listening, reading and speaking skills. Other immersion techniques that can help language learners learn a language within three months include games and interactive applications.


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Is disruptive Technology out of fashion? Discover @LanguageShow 2017

The Artificial Intelligence impacts education topic will be explored at the Language Show London Exhibition this Friday 13th October 2017 at the prestigious Islington Business Design Centre.

The focus of the Museum of Knowledge is to explore how technology affects the educational sector and in particular we examine its social impact. Organic technology is at the heart of the company’s ethos and is defined by the Museum of Knowledge as follows; the deployment of technology that enables predominantly human control.

The private museum’s team is creating technology solutions for a tightly defined customer base with organic learning tools available from Q1 2018. As an organic technology company, the platform aims to support local working communities around the world in the creative services industry as defined by the DCMS (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport) and luxury hospitality and technology brands.

The @LanguageShow seminar lead by the Museum of Knowledge CEO will debate issues surrounding artificial intelligence, machine learning, Brexit and the rise of Robot Teachers that according to Sir Anthony Seldon, the Vice Chancellor of Buckingham University will replace conventional teachers “within ten years.”

The Museum of Knowledge CEO’s blog post on the Language Show website can be found here.

The @MOKKnowledge Embracing Language Learning for Business after Brexit Seminar will be held at The Language Show Live at the prestigious Business Design Centre, Islington on 13th October 2017 at 17h15. The Museum of Knowledge seminar including Q & A session takes place in Room 3 at the Language Show London Exhibition 2017, Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH. The @LanguageShow will offer a 10% discount for seminar tickets to all @MOKKnowledge followers. Seminar prices and tickets are available here.

The @MOKKnowledge Founder and CEO looks forward to presenting her thoughts on this exciting topic and embracing all opinions during our live Q&A session and debate.

Source: Daily Telegraph “Inspirational” robots to replace teachers within 10 years, 11th September 2017, Henry Bodkin