- Get you speaking and understanding English like a native FAST!
- Put the fun into learning English
- Reduce your learning time by up to 50%
Hi, my name is Becky Miller. Welcome toRocket English – your place for learning English online.
English is my first language and together with my English speaking colleague, Rick, I’ll be joining you on your Rocket English adventure!
I’ve been teaching my beautiful language for over ten years, to all kinds of people, so I understand your love of English and your desire to be able to communicate in English. I really want to make your English learning experience rewarding and fun!
Speaking English is a great way to enhance your life, and with the Rocket Express Learning System it’s never too late to learn. Whether you’re:
- Plan to travel to an English-speaking country
- Have English-speaking family, friends and colleagues
- Enjoy learning something new
- Or you want to refresh your memory of this beautiful language…
…you’re in the right place!
It begins with George A. Miller’s idea of ‘chunking’, breaking down big difficult content into small easy parts.
The Rocket Express Learning System gives you short 30 minute audio lessons focused on key vocabulary and relevant modern conversations, and separates the language into manageable pieces, so you don’t get overwhelmed.
Then the system ensures that you’re in the best place to learn. Dr Stephen Krashen found that the best way to learn a language is in a low pressure environment with supportive native speakers who are prepared to give honest accurate feedback. The Rocket Express Learning System uses native hosts and fun conversations as well as clear explanations to make sure you understand exactly what’s going on. And the power of Rocket Record, Rocket Languages’ voice comparison technology, means you get accurate feedback every time.
Finally, Rocket Languages recognizes that everyone learns a little differently. Neil Flemingdiscovered the VARK model, and found that there are four main ways that people learn:
- Visually – they see it
- Aurally – they hear it
- Kinesthetically – they do it