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The carefully balanced use of TPR techniques and expressive mime and dance accelerate memorization, guarantee long-term recall and favour correct pronunciation of words and language chunks. The founder of FunSongs Education speaks six languages (four fluently) and plays three musical instruments. He is an English teacher, entertainer, text-book writer, and since 2011 a teacher trainer for Pilgrims in Canterbury. Charles also teaches English at Bologna University. He has held workshops for teachers in China, India, Lithuania, Russia, Latvia, France, Germany, Italy, Estonia, Spain and England. Find out more about Charles’ work at FunSongs Education website shortlisted for an ELTons award in 2011.
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