eReflect discusses the empowerment of learning English with Christopher Delacruz, a forerunner in English education in the Philippines.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) December 14, 2013
In a recent interview with Christopher Delacruz, eReflect asked what Delacruz’s goal of “freedom” for the people of the Philippines meant. Delacruz explained that in America the ability to learn freely, especially in the arena of linguistics, creates almost endless opportunities for growth and empowerment. Originally born in the Philippines, Delacruz moved to America where he lived and attended school. However upon his return to visit the Philippines, he was disheartened to see that due to a lack of formal language education, opportunity and advancement had evaded the people of his home country. Delacruz discussed how much of an impact the lack of learning English has been so far; improvements in both career and education opportunities are declining, and have become almost an unattainable luxury for the people of his homeland.
During the interview, eReflect discovered that it was for this reason Delacruz never came home from his vacation. He stayed in the Philippines and began teaching to spread his love for his people and for the English language. Along with a business partner he opened a school, the American Institute for English Proficiency, and began to affect as much change as possible in the local community.
Delacruz revealed that his courses help Filipinos who speak English relatively well to fine-tune their communication skills. For those that do not, students receive private one-on-one tutelage to get them up to speed for the classroom environment. Gearing classes both towards individuals and also corporate participants has created a widespread interest in English courses, and has increased productivity on a personal and corporate scale.
Delacruz informed eReflect that he began hosting “train the trainer” courses to hone ESL skills for educators, providing an important function and support for teachers on the front lines of equipping learners with the highest quality English education. Much of the battle is to instruct Filipino learners in appropriate use of words and their meanings within the framework of everyday and business conversations, using tools such as those available to anyone using the Ultimate Vocabulary software. eReflect is confident that for Filipinos of all ages, the answer to the question "how to improve your vocabulary" will be found at the American Institute for English Proficiency.
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