How it Works

Jackspeaking® is the most innovative English teaching program today. Why? Because it uses the most recent discovery of teaching that makes the most logical sense in acquiring the language. The lessons here were carefully designed so that you can easily acquire the ability to understand and speak the English language fluently. This program is proven to be the most effective learning tool when comparing to any other English learning programs in the world! This ground breaking discovery will help you recognize the problem at hand, why you feel stuck at a certain point in your English learning experience. Then, it provides you with a very simple systematic method that you can easily apply when you are speaking so that you can overcome that barrier effortlessly. Before you know it, you will be speaking with confidence and without hesitation.

Our brain is the source of both language comprehension and speech production, which is why it is necessary to think in English if we want to be able to speak naturally without delay. There are two parts of the brain that are critical for language development, Broca’s area and Wernicke’s area. Broca’s area is named after a French neurosurgeon Paul Broca who discovered that its functions include speech production and facial neuron control (muscle movements). Any damage to this area of the brain allows a person to understand the language but cannot form proper words or produce speech. Wernicke’s area was named after a German neurologist, Carl Wernicke who discovered that its function was language comprehension and interpretation. Damage to this area of the brain will allow the person to clearly produce the sounds but the words put together will not make much sense. They lose the ability to comprehend the language.

Our language comprehension is in Wernicke’s area which is located in the left temporal lobe, and speech production is in Broca’s area located in the left frontal lobe. The two areas of the brain are connected by a large bundle of nerve fibers called the arcuate fasciculus.
Our language comprehension is in Wernicke’s area which is located in the left temporal lobe, and speech production is in Broca’s area located in the left frontal lobe. The two areas of the brain are connected by a large bundle of nerve fibers called the arcuate fasciculus.

 

The biggest problem people have, with speaking in English is that they are thinking in their own native language. For example, if you were having a conversation with a native English speaker and you were asked a question; your brain’s first step is to comprehend what the question was using Wernicke’s area. The second step would be thinking of an answer and sending it to Broca’s area to properly produce speech. Here’s the issue; your answer (thought) was in your native language instead of English. That means you must translate your answer to English before the Broca’s area could send proper signals to form English speech. This extra process in your head actually prevents you from speaking naturally.

So, how do you overcome this barrier of having to translate vocabulary? The answer is simple- When you’re speaking in English, you must stop thinking in your native language entirely so the barrier doesn't exist. Jackspeaking® Video Lessons hold this concept to be a key element in learning English.

How is this transformation possible? Methods to acquire this ability are taught in Jackspeaking® Video Lessons, which are proven to be most effective but at the same time very simple. Here’s one exercise that you can perform at any given time. Just think out loud and only speak the English words that you know. For example, ask yourself a question and answer it yourself, but if you don’t know certain words, make sure you leave them out. Remember, you are still only a baby to this language so vocabulary and grammar are going to come after you’re able to think and make proper sounds. Besides it’s not a big deal, when a baby is trying to learn to speak its own native language they usually leave out certain words that are unfamiliar. However, unlike a baby, you have the ability to search the dictionary later on to find the words you were missing.

Once you are able to think and speak in English simultaneously, every word that comes from your mouth will most certainly feel natural.