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ENGLISH FOR EVERYDAY LIFE

This course will improve your ability to communicate and interact effectively in an English-speaking environment. Using authentic material such as TV, radio, websites, newspapers and real-life situations, the course develops your practical communication skills.

1. ASSESSMENT

An assessment of your current ability in the four communication skills:

  • speaking

  • listening

  • writing

  • reading 

2. WHEN DO YOU USE ENGLISH?

There could be many reasons why you want to improve your English...

 

For example: 

  • you need it to go on holiday

  • you use it in you job

  • you plan to live where it is used

  • you have English-speaking friends

  • you like to watch TV/films

  • you are going to study in the UK

  • you like learning languages

3. YOUR PERSONAL AIMS

Clear statements of what you want to achieve by improving your English.

 

Examples of aims:

 

“to be able to go on holiday to America and deal with day-to-day language”

"to watch films without subtitles"

"to read academic publications"

4. YOUR OBJECTIVES

Each aim will have one or more specific objectives.

 

These are things you need to do to achieve your aim. 

 

For example:

 

Aim - “to be able to go on holiday to America and deal with day-to-day language”

 

Objective - “to be able to book a table in a restaurant; order and pay for a meal”

5. COURSE CONTENT

Content, activities and tasks appropriate for your objectives.

 

I will use a broad and interesting range of course material for your lessons – videos, news articles, recordings, text books, TV, radio, and websites  – so that your learning is highly practical and relevant to your aims and objectives.


You will also learn about the cultural and formality aspects of interacting in an English-speaking environment.

6. LESSONS

Lessons are live and interactive.

 

Using online video conferencing - Zoom, Skype, Google Meet, MS Teams, VooV Meeting - your private lesson will be stimulating, enjoyable and effective

 

Speaking
Listening
Writing
Reading
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