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Case Studies: Language Skills Training

Through the use of Accelerative Learning methods, overall class time is reduced, while learning is intensified. Statistics show that this approach teaches two to three times as fast as traditional methods. In addition, results from multiple projects indicate that this method provides better retention on the part of the participants. Accelerative Learning is a state-of-the-art performance technology designed to deliver optimum proficiency in a minimum amount of time.

This program has a proven track record of success with applications of speakers of both romance and non-romance languages. we has delivered classes and workshops around the world, in countries such as China, England, Puerto Rico, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, and extensively across the United States.

Results from these methods are often dramatic. For example:

*In an English training program for 30 Russian technical students, WorldLanguage methods produced an average increase in proficiency of 41% after only 36 contact hours and 45% after 42 hours of classroom training.

Further detail regarding the results achieved in two recent projects is provided here for your consideration:

Turkey: 513 participants out of the total of 551 achieved the target score of ACTFL 75 in the six week program. This was a composite score averaging the results of reading, writing, speaking, and listening comprehension tests. This represents a passing rate of 93% which exceeded the contract guarantee of 85% for this project.

The average composite test score upon entering the program was ACTFL 42, and the average composite test score upon graduation was ACTFL 85. This represents a proficiency gain of 102% in the six week program.

For the 38 students out of 551, 6.9% who failed to reach the target score of ACTFL 75, their average composite test score upon entering the program was ACTFL 14, and the average composite test score upon graduation was ACTFL 64. Although these students did not reach the target of ACTFL 75 in the allotted six weeks, they experienced a proficiency gain of 357%.

Thailand: 230 students out of the total of 250 achieved the target score of ESU (English Speakers Union) 5.0 in the twelve week program. This was a composite score averaging the results of reading, writing, speaking and listening comprehension tests. This represents a passing rate of 92% which exceeded the contract guarantee of 85% for this project.

For the 230 students who achieved the target score of ESU 5.0, their average composite test score upon entering the program was ESU 1.3, and the average composite test score upon graduation was ESU 4.8. Although these students did not reach the target of ESU 5.0 in the allotted six weeks, they experienced a proficiency gain of 269%.

In addition, there was an independent verification of the Thai results using TOEIC (Test of English as a Foreign Language). A group of 22 students was selected at random from three different classes conducted by WorldLanguage. TOEIC confirmed that 20 out of 22 participants met or exceeded the required proficiency of ESU 5.0. This represents 91% exceeding the 85% guaranteed passing rate. In addition, the TOEIC testing validated 100% of the test scores generated by the ACTFL scoring conducted by WorldLanguage staff.