Thursday, September 24, 2015

See QTalk in Action

Maurice Hazan presents at Bilingual Fair in New York City on Oct 3, 2015

In his presentation at 2 p.m. on October 3 at Hunter College bilingual fair, Maurice Hazan, linguist and author of QTalk, will demonstrate techniques to implement principles of semantic memory at home and in the classroom. In collaboration with Dr Geraci at NYU Dept. of Neurology, M. Hazan and his team have articulated an effective way to create spontaneous speech with children and adults. Anyone who believes visuals can be useful to teach 1, 2 or 3 languages  will first hand experience Hazan’s method by learning Japanese in this short session.
use immediately at home or in the classroom.

See you on October 3 at 2 p.m. - tell your NYC contacts about Maurice Hazan's presentation

Registration for the October 3 2015 bilingual fair at Hunter College (68th and Lexington) is available online at
If you have been wanting to see Maurice's full presentation and are based in the Greater New York City area, this will be a wonderful opportunity. Please share this message with your social media and professional online communities.
Early bird, Late bird, and onsite registration are available. Children are admitted at no cost. All campus guests will require a visitors pass. A visitors pass can be obtained only at the Visitors Center in the West Lobby by presenting valid ID and a purpose for entering the 68th Street campus.

Language Classes in Lower Manhattan's Wonderful Tribeca Neighborhood

Maurice Hazan is the Founder of Tribeca Language, Creator of the QTalk Method, and CEO of QTalk Publishing, LLC. After graduating with a degree in child psychology from Faculté des Sciences Humaines in Nice, France, Maurice began teaching French in the US and started experimenting with his unique supplemental tool creations in class. He soon found that his tools were popular with fellow teachers.  Today, Tribeca Language school has emerged as the premier school language in New York City, and Maurice Hazan’s Q-Talk Method is used worldwide in thousands of classrooms.

Tribeca Language offers group classes and private lessons for thirteen languages, using the QTalk method of language instruction for children and adults. Located in Lower Manhattan at 22 Harrison Street. Call 212-219-9893 or register online at QTalk is an amazing visual method that uses cognitive science to accelerate language learning. QTalk is based on a series of intuitive images representing subjects, verbs, objects, places, conjugations and much more. We invite children to interpret these images, as they are placed side by side, in the form of sentences. A simple technique of introduction allows children to immediately understand their meaning. From the very first lesson, children 4 years and older are able to interpret and construct sentences. Gradually, children are invited to interpret scenes and stories. QTalk Publishing provides curriculum and materials to the most prestigious private and public K12 schools worldwide. The program consists of a hard copy and electronic workbook, flash cards, game boards and a series of online games. Contact for details or call 877-549-1841.

1 comment:

  1. The bilingual education community in New York City will be participating in full support of this annual event. QTalk is spreading the word about this special day of amazing presenters at Hunter College on Oct 3.