Overcoming Communication Barriers with Non-English Patients

Posted by Dynamic Language December 26, 2018

Over the past 15 years, the number of ESL/no English patients that doctors have been seeing has increased exponentially. With this in mind, here is a list of best practices for communicating with ESL patients that doctors, and other healthcare professionals, should keep in mind when confronted with an ESL/no English patient.

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Topics: Healthcare, Interpretation, esl, Communication, Language

Four Top Benefits of ESL E-Learning

Posted by Dynamic Language October 25, 2018

 With a little time and enough effort, learning English can be made easier. Rather than depend on traditional language education, employing technology is a desirable option. In particular, using e-learning, which is a method of learning that focuses on technology tools, offers promise for companies seeking to teach English to employees. While there is much support for English as a second language learning via technology, there are four main benefits--high flexibility, autonomous learning, learning content interaction, and great motivation.

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Topics: esl, Language Learning, education

Successful Methods for Teaching ESL Students

Posted by Dynamic Language August 28, 2017

From confusing homophones to nonsensical idioms, English can be a notoriously difficult language to learn, especially for younger students. But thanks to modern technology and the Internet, language educators now have the tools to offer students a more immersive, multimedia learning environment that can help to bridge the gap between cultures.

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Topics: education, esl, Language Learning