Learn English language through structured and focused social interaction!
Based upon the latest research into language learning, this course is designed to help new learners improve their English through structured and focused social interaction. Through such interaction language gets linked to places, people, faces, sounds, smell, and feelings, and becomes part of a memorable social experience. Learners are able to recall and reproduce the language easily in future. Each session introduces them to new vocabulary which is relevant to the whole social learning experience.
With over 60 hours of study and focused practice worksheets, English Out There self study course is a modern English language course incorporating social interaction with fluent and native English speakers. The course is designed to give students opportunities for real practice of target language— online (in non-English speaking countries) and in the real world (in English-speaking countries) with fluent native English speakers. The easy-to-use self-study lesson plans and worksheets guide learners through a process of noticing, teaching, drilling, manipulating, forming questions, and getting comfortable and confident enough to speak with someone.
Is This Level Right for You?
In order to know if this level to be right for you, you should be able to respond to questions about your life like where you live and work . You should also be able to express feelings or attitudes and answer the question on directions (e.g. was it easy to find the file? How did you get it?). If you are not able to give simple answers, opinions, explanations, or suggestions, Pre-Intermediate is the course you are looking for.
Why should you enroll in this course:
- This isn’t just another English language course. This course is designed based on the research how language can be learnt easily structured and focused social interaction
- This course consists of comprehensive 60 hours study and focused real practice session
- Language will be taught to you through structured and focused social interaction
Aim - topicLanguage focus
1.Living in another countryAsking where someone is from, living abroad
2.Eating with friendsVocabulary relating to cooking, food & drinks, recommending
3.Making PlansWill – going to – Present Continuous for plans
4.Describing objectsTo use as + noun / to + verb / for +ing, adjective order
5.Expressing feelingsVerbs + -ing/infinitive, adjectives of feeling
6.National SterotypesTo like/ to be like/ to look like
7.Achievements in lifePresent Perfect
8.FitnessAdverbs of frequency, time expressions & fitness vocabulary.
9.Fashion and StyleVocabulary relating to clothes and style. Adjective order
10.The things we have to doMust - have To
11.Comparing familiesComparatives, have got, possessives, family vocabulary
12.Life in the pastPast simple and continuous, used to
13.School DaysVocabulary relating to schooling system and revision of past tenses
15.Job SatisfactionVocabulary relating to jobs & working conditions
16.If you come to London…1st Conditional
17.CinemaVocabulary relating to cinema
18.maginary situations2nd conditional – help you explain what you would do
20.ProblemsRevision of Present Perfect, vocabulary relating to problems
About English Out There:
English Out There shows teachers and English students how to use free online social media to get focused real speaking practice online. We are the only organisation with 'before and after' evidence that proves that our course works incredibly well. English Out There recently took a Chinese learner from beginner to intermediate (up 3 speaking levels) in just 18 hours. English Out There is based in Weymouth, United Kingdom.
Language of instruction: English