Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Public Speaking Class in Sunway, PJ

This club is known as "KPP English".

Details:

DAY AND TIME


Tuesday evenings 8.00-10.30 pm
(Twice a month)

VENUE

Persatuan Penggiat Pidato / ProSkills Trainers
6-3, Jalan PJS 8/4,
Sunway Mentari,
46000 Petaling Jaya
(opposite Sunway Pyramid across NPE)

FEES

RM 320 for 6 months' membership (12 sessions)
* Discounts are available for members of Kelab Pidato Perdana

MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS

None :)


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


What is KPP English?


KPP English is a Public Speaking Class in English. It is a special project by Kelab Pidato Perdana (KPP) which is a Bahasa Malaysia public speaking club.


How is KPP English different from Toastmasters?

KPP English focuses more on the correct usage of the English language whereas Toastmasters focuses more on delivery skills. Both elements are essential in the making of a great speaker and presenter (in English).


Who should join?


All who already have a grasp of basic delivery skills but lack mastery in the English language. This includes all who have joined/attended a public speaking club/course before (in any language) which focuses on delivery skills.


What is the teaching/training methodology used?


Each class consists of 2 segments - English lesson (30 minutes) and public speaking (main segment). The focus of the lesson as well as speech evaluation will be on correct language usage covering grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Details


Is this the best way for people to improve their English?


English is not an easy language to master, especially for non-native speakers. Ideally
, everyone should have learned the basics in school. Given that the majority of Malaysian adults are still weak in English, they can either attend English classes to build a solid foundation but this simply takes too much time for working people. They want to be able to apply the skills immediately. Therefore, the best compromise is attending a public speaking club to gain confidence and fluency while rectifying the linguistic errors by and by, so that in the long run a definite improvement can seen.


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