Location

Daytona Beach, FL USA

Presentation Type

Workshop

Start Date

10-5-2018 10:55 AM

End Date

10-5-2018 11:55 AM

Description

While EL2 pilots must attain ICAO ELP Level 4 and are tested for the comprehension of a variety of accents, NES pilots are not. We explore the different ways in which NES and EL2 student pilots approach AE and learn to communicate while learning to fly. We discuss how to prepare NES pilots to not only master radiotelephony phraseology in their production, but also how to understand EL2 pilots and EL2 ATC. Training for NES pilots should include comprehension of a variety of accents and an understanding of the difficulties EL2 pilots may experience.

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May 10th, 10:55 AM May 10th, 11:55 AM

Workshop C: What Should We Teach Native English Speakers?

Daytona Beach, FL USA

While EL2 pilots must attain ICAO ELP Level 4 and are tested for the comprehension of a variety of accents, NES pilots are not. We explore the different ways in which NES and EL2 student pilots approach AE and learn to communicate while learning to fly. We discuss how to prepare NES pilots to not only master radiotelephony phraseology in their production, but also how to understand EL2 pilots and EL2 ATC. Training for NES pilots should include comprehension of a variety of accents and an understanding of the difficulties EL2 pilots may experience.

 

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