From My Phrase・OnePage, search in either English or Japanese for the lesson content.
Watch your progress charts, read your lesson comments and homework.
Listen to and shadow your lesson notes. Review key phrases and words.
Directly access OnePage from the Accent app icon or browser on any device.
The Accent OnePage
The OnePage system captures the English you need now to help you get into the habit of using it to become fluent.
Learn customised English for emailing, presentations or meetings.
Learn customised English for chat, commenting on SNS or everyday conversation.
Use it frequently, remember it easily through habit.
Learn English in the context of your situation which makes it easy to remember.
Accent OnePage can be used in conjunction with textbooks too for studying TOEIC or IELTS.
After every lesson, a PDF is sent to your email with a link to the OnePage web report.
Learning with OnePage
OnePage encourages learning using active recall along with many other vocabulary building tools.
Learn how words are pronounced in British and American English.
Learn grammar in context.
Upload your documents for homework and share with the teacher.
Automatically receive timely reminders. Increase the learning curve and decrease the forgetting curve.
The Accent Method is a learning method used in combination with the Accent OnePage. Developed over the past decade, the method is based on well researched principles which make learning more efficient, motivating, fun and effective.
To help our students improve their level of English ability, the Accent Progress Levels has 9 levels, 5 criteria and 5 ratings. Level 9 is the most basic level, 1 the most advanced. We have referred to internationally well known standards of English proficiency such as CEFR, IELTS, TOEIC and TOEFL to develop the Accent Progress Levels over the past decade.
communicative ability ( CA ), fluency and pronunciation ( F&P ), listening comprehension ( LC ), vocabulary ( V ), and grammar and accuracy ( G&A ) help to guide the teacher and student in selecting the right tasks at every lesson.
5 the lowest and 1 the highest, assist the teacher in prioritizing which criteria needs to be improved. There are two ways to improve ratings. The teacher and student could focus on achieving the highest rating for each criteria, one after another - a vertical level up, or achieve a gradual, even improvement of ratings across all criteria simultaneously - a horizontal level up.