GENERAL ESL COURSE


Overview

The General ESL course is characterized by customized classes for subject enhancement and skill acquisition in speaking, Listening, Writing, Grammar, Pronunciation, Reading and Vocabulary. Its objective is to improve English skills based on the English Proficiency Road map Modules aligned with the CEFR. The subjects are tailored for clients who may have time constraints in studying this course and specific skill plans both for regular and industry related clients.

Key Information

Course length :

  • 4 ? 24 weeks

Start dates :

  • Every Monday

Structure :

  • 8 Times per day
  • 1:1 Classes (4 Times)
  • Small Group Classes (2 Times)
  • Big Group Classes (2 Times)

Entry Requirements :

  • 18 years old and above
  • No Entry Level Requirement
  • Enrollment: At least 4 weeks

Features :

  • 80 one-on-one classes for 4 weeks.
  • Flexible class schedule based on student’s level and needs.
  • Systematic classes based on weekly lesson plans.
  • Interactive Group classes for improving. practical English skills.
  • Students progress is monitored daily and show in the Transcript of Records to be given at the end of the study period.

Certificate :

  • A certificate will be awarded by the Philinter Education Center to students with more than 90% attendance.

Curriculum

4 Core Subjects
2 Regular Subjects
2 Elective Subjects
1:1 Class
(4 Times per day)
Small Group Class
(2 Times per day)
Big Group Class
(2 Times per day)
• Reading & Vocabulary
• Grammar & Writing
• Listening & Speaking
• Grammar Skills
• Pronunciation Skills
• Multimedia Skills
• Native Conversation Skills
• Premium English
• Supplementary Vocabulary
• Profound Vocabulary Enhancement
• Conceptual Integrated Science
• Genera Science
• Advance Listening / Speaking
• Basic Listening Speaking
• Visual Conversation
• Comic World

Teacher?Ni?o

ESL Team Leader

Ni?o Peek?(Teacher Nino)? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • AMA Computer University
  • Teaching Methodology 1 Certificate Holder (TESDA)

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