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February 23, 2006

Kids Speak English with 'MAT'

Young learners are getting more out of their English learning through the use of a strategy called 'MAT' (Model, Action, and Talk). Developed by a professional English teacher Ms. Ritsuko Nakata, the strategy is designed to ensure students get the most out of their English lessons by using both sides of the brain at the same time. Ms. Nakata is the founder of the Institute for the International Education of Children and is also the author of the 'Let's Go' series published by Oxford University Press.
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