Shaha's School of Excellence in Language and Leadership

> Complete Individual to Professional Transformation
> Proficiency in English Language
> Mastering Communication Skill
> Understanding Cooperate Culture and Grooming

Complete Transformation

Facilitator- Yusuf Shaikh
TTT, IELTS, Leadership and Soft Skills Trainer, NLP - Success Coach, CC, CL, VP Education (TM), PGDBM

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Proficiency in English Language

> Grammar – Level I, Level II, Level III (Corporate English)
> Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking
> Reducing MTI
> Practicing Intonation
> Mastering Pronunciation – Voice and Accent

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Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

> EFT: Emotional Freedom Technique
> Understanding *Physcho-Neuro-Immunology
> Taking a Quantum leap - Major Breakthrough (A-B)
> Performance improvement- Increasing productivity and accuracy
> Success Principle

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Voice and Accent

> 44 Sounds
> Syllable and Stress
> Word Tress
> Sentence Stress
> Iambic Pentameter (Rhythm)

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Welcome to Shaha's School of Excellence in language and Leadership

@SSEL, we not only facilitate Spoken English classes but also conduct American and British Voice & Accent courses, and endow with IELTS, Business English and Soft Skills for Children, Housewives, College Alumnae, Job-Seekers, Mid-Level Professionals and to B-Level Managers.

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Shaha Sir is highly experienced trainer, and comes with 12+ years of corporate experience. Our other trainers are equally qualified, experienced and fluent in English and in their respective domain. We teach in English-to-English translation methodology, and all the sessions are being facilitated based on various new age activities.

Modern ways of learning – Students get to participate in every activity like Group Discussions, Debates and Role Plays, and get to speak in every class.

Vocabulary – Vocabulary building from day 1 using Mind Mapping Techniques (We equip students with minimum 1000 commonly used words).

Speaking Practice – Speaking by using vocabulary from variety of subjects like Kitchen, Daily- Routine, Family, Cooking, Business, Casual Talk, Interview, Friendly Conversations, Travel, Outing, Seasons, Other Countries, Immigration, Projects, People Management, Leadership, Banking and etc…

Cognitive Method – Introducing various easy and cognitive methods to memorize applied grammar, vocabulary and build a strong thinking motor. That will help students to speak fluently and confidently.

Feedback is a food for thought – We provide personalized and one-to-one feedback, and give Individual attention.

VAK Teaching Method

V – Visual

A – Auditory

K – Kinesthetic

Both Classroom Trainings and Online Trainings are provided

Lifelong Association – Students will have lifelong association with the institute. Students can sit through the batches repeatedly based on lifetime membership.

 

English language is currently estimated as the third largest mother tongue in the world. However, it is unquestionably the first and most popular second-language. In fact, most of the information that circulates in our world – mail, radio, cable, internet, etc. – is in English. This language has become the working language or bridge language of our time. There is even a specific rubric for Language Skills in any standard résumé template, with that the level of English is generally being examined. This dominance plays a pivotal role in the wide range of effects of what is called as globalization.

Undoubtedly, English is a global language. Knowing English increases your chances of getting a good job in a multinational company within your home country or for finding work abroad. It’s also the language of international communication, the media and the internet. So, learning English is important for socializing, being more creative, to pursue higher education as well as for work and business!

As estimated in 2015, out of the total 195 countries in the world, 67 nations have English as the primary language of ‘official status’. Plus there are also 27 countries where English is spoken as a secondary ‘official’ language. Therefore, we can estimate that there are definitely above 1.5 billion speakers of English, globally.

In most of the prominent countries where English is spoken as a first language, like the UK, the US, Australia, Canada, New Zealand etc. are conducting English proficiency tests like IELTS, TOEFL and PTE to admit students to pursue higher education or to provide work permit.

What is IELTS?

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test to pursue higher education abroad, to work in foreign countries and to immigrate in counties like Canada, Australia, the UK or New Zealand and etc…

Why IELTS is important?

More than 10,000 organizations globally trust IELTS band score, so when you take the test you can be confident that it is recognized by educational institutions, employers, governments and professional bodies around the world.

IELTS Certification continues to set the standard for English language testing today. Governments in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom use IELTS to process immigration applications.

How does IELTS work?

IELTS has been developed by some of the world’s leading language assessment experts and will test the full range of English skills needed to get success in your new job or to get study placements abroad.

You’ll be assessed on the following elements:

Listening

Reading

Writing

Speaking

Choosing the right test

There are two types of IELTS tests available – IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. The test you choose should be based on what do you want to do.

IELTS Academic – Measures whether your level of English language proficiency is suitable for an academic environment. It reflects aspects of academic language and evaluates whether you’re ready to begin training or studying abroad.

IELTS General Training – Measures English language proficiency in a practical, everyday context. The tasks and tests reflect both workplace and social situations so that you fit into the workplace in foreign countries.

Learning Objectives:

To help trainees understand the importance of accent in English language. Since English is a stress-timed language, if you miss out on stress pattern then you might end up passing on a wrong message to the listeners.

Eliminate your MTI (Mother Tongue Influence) and Speak like a Native Speaker

Mouth Exercises

 

Features that largely influence English communication and act as a catalyst in your success:

Segmental Features (30%)

Phonetics – Study of Sounds

Phonemes (Individual Sounds)

20 Vowel Sounds &

24 Consonant Sounds

Monophthongs

Diphthongs

Triphthongs

Voiced and Unvoiced Consonants

Sound Clusters –STRucture, STRess, iNSTRument, iNFLuence, Ornament

Linking, Blending and Contractions – 5 Rules

Supra-segmental Features (70%)

Syllable

Syllable Stress

 Word Stress 

Sentence Stress

Thought Groups

 Intonation Pattern

Chunking

Connected Speech Secrets for Fast, Native English Pronunciation

Learn how connected speech will help you to speak English faster, more fluently, and much more like a native speaker. Unfortunately, many language learners don’t know about this subject, but we should! First of all, let’s make sure we have a basic understanding. What is connected speech?

Connected speech means that when we speak a language, words have some effect on each other. We do not always pronounce words completely separating with a neat pause in between. In fact, many words affect each other when you put them into phrases and sentences. The end sound of one word often affects the beginning of the next word.

CONNECTED SPEECH INCLUDES MANY SUB-TOPICS

There are many different ways that connected speech happens. Sometimes sounds are added, or omitted, or changed, in different ways.  It is actually a big subject and we could spend a long time talking about the several sub-topics in it!

In this lesson, you’ll learn a bit about five different kinds of connected speech: catenation or linking, intrusion, elision, assimilation and geminates.

CATENATION OR LINKING

Catenation or Linking is probably what most people think of first when they think of connected speech. Linking happens when the end of one word blends into another. When the last sound of a word is a consonant and the first sound of the next word is a vowel, you get linking.

For example:

I want this orange –> thisorange

I want that orange –> thadorange

This afternoon –> thisafternoon

INTRUSION

Intrusion means an additional sound “intrudes” or inserts itself between others. It is often is a /j/ or /w/ or /r/ sound between two other vowel sounds.

For example:

He asked –> Heyasked

She answered –> Sheyanswered

Do it –> Dewit

ELISION

Elision means when a sound disappears. Basically, a sound is eaten by other stronger or similar sounds next to it. This often happens with a /t/ or /d/ sound.

For example:

Next door –> Nexdoor

Dad take –> Datake

ASSIMILATION

Assimilation means two sounds blend together, forming a new sound altogether. This often happens with /t/ and /j/ which make /ʧ/ and with /d/ and /j/ which make /ʤ /.

For example:

Don’t you — donʧu

Won’t you — wonʧu

Rhythm (Iambic Pentameter)

What is NLP?

NLP ( Neuro-Linguistic Programming ) – A methodology for modeling excellence and manifesting personal, professional and business desires. We can program our subconscious mind in such a way that we can manifest everything that we desire for, and want in our lives.

N – Neurology:                 The mind and how we think

L – Language:                     How we use language and how it affects us

P – Programming:            How we sequence our actions to achieve our goals

NLP Anchoring – Is refers to as a current mental state or a blueprint that has been developed over the period of time from childhood to the present moment by experiencing all the good or bad and happy or traumatic events created by our state of FIVE sensory triggers causing a Conditioned Mind.

V – Visual Events – Memories – Emotions

A – Audio Events – Memories – Emotions

K – Kinesthetic (Touch)-Memories – Emotions

S – Smell Events – Memories – Emotions

T – Taste Events – Memories – Emotions

NLP’s Most Powerful Techniques

Psychic Shield

Instant Alpha – Forefinger and Thumb-Mudra

Circle of Confidence

Mental Alarm Clock

Pendulum Technique

 NLP – TTT (Train the Trainer) Program

Jo-hari Window (Understanding known and hidden aspects about you and others) – Your Personality

NLP Pre-suppositions

Sensory Acuity (Awareness) and Calibration

Representational Systems
              Learning Styles of how people process information
              Eye Accessing Cues
              Sub-modalities

Building Rapport

Anchoring (Stimulating Positive Emotions)

Swish Pattern

Beliefs

Values

Meta Model

Milton Model and Linguistic Pre-suppositions

Frames

NLP Logical Levels for ‘Change’

Applying the 6 Neurological Levels for achieving your goals

The Goal Setting Strategy

Parts Integration / Infinity Loop

Perceptual Positions

Metaphors

NLP Strategies

The Coaching Model

Success Principles

Psychoneuroimmunology:

Study of the effect of mind on health and resistance to diseases.

There is now sufficient data to conclude that immune modulation by psychosocial stressors and/or interventions can lead to actual health changes. Changes related to infectious disease and wound healing have provided the strongest evidence to date.

What is psychoneuroimmunology?

Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) is a relatively new field of study that looks at the interactions between your central nervous system (CNS) and your immune system. Researchers know that our CNS and immune system can communicate with each other, but they only recently started to understand how they do it and what it means for our health.

The nerves in your brain and spinal cord make up your CNS while your immune system is made up of organs and cells that defend your body against infection. Both systems produce small molecules and proteins that can act as messengers between the two systems. In your CNS, these messengers include hormones and neurotransmitters. Your immune system, on the other hand, uses proteins called cytokines to communicate with your CNS

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