English Action – 21 day challenge

Hey everyone, thinking about the best way to support you in the learning process, we’ve planned a 21-day challenge where we’ll dedicate at least 30 minutes daily to practicing English. I’ll share the challenge details, and tomorrow during our Café session, we’ll provide more information and address any questions or suggestions. While we start on July 1st, you or your friends can join anytime this week based on your availability. The 21 days will begin counting from your joining day. Feel free to invite friends by sharing the group link to keep everyone informed. I’ll be here to answer your questions and hope you’ll join us to make the next 21 days a period of great progress in the language. At Auburn, we’re committed to helping everyone advance in English fluency and proficiency, fostering a sense of community that enhances our Australian adventure.

For 21 days, for those who want to join and commit, we’ll spend around 30 minutes each day practicing English quickly but effectively.

 Each evening, you’ll receive four exercises to complete the following day, at your convenience. Send your work to a designated WhatsApp group.

 Daily, Andrew will provide individual feedback on the previous day’s work.

 Although we’ll work individually and each person will learn different things, we’ll be doing this challenge together.

We value participation above all else. We’ll motivate each other not to miss any day, even if some exercises are incomplete. We understand that life can sometimes get in the way.

The four types of exercises will be:

Writing about our daily life in the past, present, and future:

In a few sentences, describe what you did yesterday, what you’re doing today, and what you’ll do tomorrow. The goal is to gain confidence in using verb tenses. Being able to talk about your day is important socially and for passing English exams.

 Reading aloud:

Record yourself reading a short text aloud. The goal is to improve pronunciation accuracy, gain confidence, and become more fluent.

Writing from dictation:

Listen to an audio recording of three sentences and write down what you hear. The goal is to improve listening and spelling accuracy. This is crucial in English due to homophones (words that sound alike but have different spellings, like “no” and “know”). Listen to the recording as many times as necessary.

 Learning vocabulary:

Learn 10 new words and practice using them. By the end of the 21 days, you’ll have learned at least 210 new words, 60 common sentences, and significantly improved your listening, reading, and fluency skills. Are you ready for the challenge?

 Join our group by scanning the QR code!

I’ll send you the exercises through this group with instructions and materials, and you’ll return them to me directly. I’ll organize and send them to Professor Andrew, who will provide daily feedback. Our goal is for everyone to complete this challenge, but we understand personal commitments. Therefore, we encourage you to complete at least one of the four daily activities at your own pace.

On Thursdays and Sundays, in our English Circle sessions, we will be doing corrections and practice.


Coffee Meeting – English Circle 
📆 Date: Every Sunday ☕
🕑 Time: 3:00 PM
🏢 Where: AuburnHub Community Center, 597 Burwood Road, Hawthorn, Vic 3122

Social Events
📆 Date: First Sunday of the month
🕑 Time: 3:00 – 7:00 PM
🏢 Where: AuburnHub Community Center, 597 Burwood Road, Hawthorn, Vic 3122

Weekly English Circle
📆 Date: Every Thursday
🕑 Time: 2:00 – 4:00 PM
🏢 Where: Swinburne University, TD building, Ground floor lobby near the cafe, John Street, Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia 3122

Worship Service
📆 Date: Every Sunday
✝️ Time: 5:00 PM
🏢 Where: AuburnHub Community Center, 597 Burwood Road, Hawthorn, Vic 3122

💰 Our events are free, and everyone is welcome!

At Auburn, we’re guided by a mission-focused vision that inspires us to build community, supporting and uplifting one another. Join us in this wonderful immersion!

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