PLAY, STOP, TEACH or SELF-TEACH are key features that set GE apart from thousands of programs with focus on the subject of English. GE can also be used as a supplement to existing instructional video material, primarily for LIBRARY STREAMING and LIBRARY SIGN-OUT. Educators, who decide to use it, may choose to have their students watch the GE programs (lessons), entirely, before they start teaching. Students can FULL- PLAY each lesson, or they can choose the UNIT-PLAY mode of same.

One of the many examples of LIBRARY STREAMING of GE, is Alexander Street, a subsidiary of ProQuest USA, with worldwide patrons and library, corporate, school, and government subscribers and customers. You may want to check out this link to Alexander Street's streaming platform: Global English. Alexander Street also streams Teach Yourself English [TYE] Part 1 & 2 [DVD 1 of 2], and Part 3 & 4 [DVD 2 of 2], another program that we produced with focus on the subject of English.

ALL EXPLANATIONS in GE have been keyed to three principles: [1] Clearness, [2] Liveliness, and [3] Appropriateness, which help end-users to develop better judgment in language matters related to speaking and writing situations. AUDIENCE: Native and non-native speakers of English, Grades 8-12, College, University, Teachers, Instructors, Public Speakers, Business People, Media, Writers, and General Adult. EDUCATION FIT: Languages, English Language Arts, ESL, and Literacy Provincial [State] Programs of Study and Resources.
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