ENGLISH PROFICIENCY

Our Course Module

Spoken English focuses on improving a student’s proficiency in speaking English. Each class will have a variety of activities related to real-life situations like making requests, describing processes, talking about the future, etc.

Learning Objectives:
● Utilize broader vocabulary when speaking about routines, immediate environment, solutions to problems, and opinions
● Demonstrate intelligible speech during conversations
● Use social learning strategies during conversations

WEEK 1

Introduction
Discussion

WEEK 2-3

Pronunciation
Vowels & Consonant sounds
& Tongue Twisters
Speaking & Grammar: Describing personalities using relative pronouns; Expressing likes and dislikes using “it”
Vocabulary: Personalities

WEEK 4-5

Speaking & Grammar: Describing rules and obligations in the past using past modals and phrasal modals of obligation
Vocabulary: Collocations with problem

WEEK 6-7

Interviews
Interviews / Q&A
Speaking & Grammar: Describing and giving information about places using defining and non-defining relative clauses; Stating preferences
Vocabulary: Features of Cities

WEEK 8-9-10

Debate
Group Debate
Speaking & Grammar: Presenting contrasting information & Categorizing and evaluating issues
Vocabulary: Compound terms for towns

WEEK 11-12

Presentation
Individual Presentation
Speaking & Grammar: Describing routines and habits using reduced time clauses
Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs related to energy and sleep