General English Courses
Those who would like to perfect the English language will benefit from our course. Our General English courses focus on speaking, listening, reading and writing skills as well as vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation. Classes are interactive and student-centred. We encourage our students to work individually, in pairs and in groups. Each class follows a course book, and teachers also use their own materials in lessons.
The aim of the Beginner English Course course is to teach our students to understand and use simple vocabulary, sentences, expressions, and basic phrases useful for everyday life. The student learns to Introduce him / herself, ask and answer questions about personal details about where they live, their family information, shopping, eating, their neighborhood, their work situation, and their free time activities.
Beginner English Levels (1-3)
The Beginner English Course introduces low beginning students to English by addressing the four skill areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Emphasis is on learning how to understand and be understood in English and reinforcement of the four skills with additional grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation practice based on common social interactions and contexts.
Beginner English Levels (4-6)
This course is designed to help high beginning students practice and strengthen the four skill areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Using an integrated approach to English language acquisition, pre-existing and new grammar, vocabulary, and mechanics are emphasized across the four skill areas to improve listening proficiency, pronunciation, and written structures.
Pre-Intermediate English Course
In this course, pre-intermediate students reinforce basic skills and are introduced to increasingly more complex materials to improve proficiency across the fours skill areas of reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Using an integrated approach to English language acquisition, students will be introduced to competency-based and topical situation to enable them to further develop written and oral communication skills.
The aim of the course is to teach you to understand and communicate in familiar situations, using sentences. The student should start to manage most situations related to living and traveling, to describe or express your opinion on topics of personal interest such as experiences, events, hopes and ambitions, and express opinions, reasons, and plan. Student should also be able to read and understand information on familiar topics, and to write simple formal letters and text on familiar matters
The Intermediate English Course are an extension of the foundation courses, broadening vocabulary, raising the level and accuracy of speaking and writing and increasing confidence. Specialist subjects related to work or the interests of the learners are often incorporated into the classes. More challenging texts from newspapers, expressions and idioms are typical elements of these courses. The goal is to be able to participate in a variety of social or work related conversations having developed both fluency and accuracy.
Intermediate English Levels (1-3)
In this course, low intermediate students reinforce basic skills and are introduced to increasingly complicated materials to improve proficiency across the fours skill areas of reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Intermediate English Levels (4-6)
This course helps high intermediate students expand their critical thinking, pronunciation, reading, grammar and vocabulary skills using an integrated approach to English language acquisition.
By the end of the course the student should be able to express your opinion and hold discussions with native speakers on a fairly wide variety of topics with a level of fluency and spontaneity that makes communication possible without strain. The student should be able to understand people speaking English on radio and television, and understand the main points of complex pieces of writing and to understand and write, clear and detailed text on a wide range of subjects, both concrete and abstract, including technical discussions in your field of specialization, and express advantages and disadvantages of different points of view.
The Advanced English Course prepares you to speak with native speakers fluently, flexibly, spontaneously, and confidently in social, academic, and business situations. It also prepares you to understand, read and write, well-structured text on complex subjects, both concrete and abstract, and show recognition of implicit meanings. Take notes and write formatted and logical text for professional purposes.
Advanced English Levels (1-3)
This course is designed to help low advanced students refine their intermediate skills and introduces advanced listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Emphasis is on accurate use and comprehension of intermediate and advanced grammar and vocabulary in authentic conversation and writing pieces.
Advanced English Levels (4-6)
This course helps high advanced students refine and practice their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Emphasis is on speaking extemporaneously, use of metaphors and idioms, and identifying intent and emotions by recognizing tone, content and word usage. An increased focus on reading serves as the basis for dynamic oral communicative practice.
By the end of the course the student should be able to: speak with native speakers fluently, flexibly, spontaneously, and confidently in social, academic, and business situations. The should also be able to understand, read and write, well-structured text on complex subjects, both concrete and abstract, and show recognition of implicit meanings and take notes and write formatted and logical text for professional purposes.