Ordinary Spoken English Classes vs. RIEOTS

The Concept of Spoken English Classes

Inherent Deficiencies.

How RIEOTS Methodology of SpeakEnglishGym Meets & Exceeds

the Key Requirements of Present day Society & Industry?


Students don’t see any compelling reason to attend Spoken English Classes.

RIEOTS convincingly exposes students’ English Interaction deficiencies without any ‘doubt’. Students realise their deficiencies on their own. The compelling need gets established  as students feel the immediate need of rectifying them.


Students realise it is just another version of school-like English lessons, that didn’t help them learn English earlier.

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Lessons are Purposeless, meaningless, and isolated. They have no relevance to the Student’s Immediate Life.

Content-based Instruction methodology is about meaningful language learning. ‘Smart English through Technology & Science’ & ‘Smart Communication through Management Ideas’  etc help students think and speak the way society/industry wants.


Classes don’t excite students or sustain motivation. Each student has better software on his/her smartphone.

RIEOTS forces students to face challenges - through realistic imitation. Eg. Spoken English Simulators, Theme-based Lessons, and Interactive tests.


Spoken English Classes encourage mechanical, parrot-like recitation.

Present day youth are expected to quickly grasp the question, and spontaneously formulate an apt response. RIEOTS develops synthesis thinking skills and the much needed Answering Reflex.


Pronunciation is taught from isolated word-lists. Not while applying them in a real-life intellectual interaction.

In RIEOTS, Evaluation/Feedback tools are for catching such deficiencies at the right moment while responding to a real-life question in an anxiety-generating environment.


No mention about body-language even though communication is 84% non-verbal.

Simulator & Theme-based Programs capture all nuances of the student while responding to realistic interview situations. This is used to evaluate his/her professional conduct and to give contextual feedbacks.


No effective, meaningful, time-based feedback system.

Proprietary method to give precise, time-based, contextual actionable feedback through verbal comments or in writing citing references.

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