The spoken English course aims to improve students’ ability to communicate effectively in a variety of social and academic situations and improve their understanding of both academic and non-academic speaking. It provides motivational activities and meaningful input to maximize communication, boost self-confidence and stimulate learning.
Special emphasis is placed on obtaining information from listening texts, which serve as a basis for the development of discussion skills. Students will be guided to work independently on weak areas of listening and speaking. Activities will focus on presentation skills, pronunciation, fluency and conversational English.
English for everyday situations.
Basic grammar (sentences, parts of speech, tenses, active and passive gender, direct and indirect narration).
Communication with people in the classroom and in a real situation in the class excursion project.
Ability to speak accurately and clearly.
Improving pronunciation and fluency.
Vocabulary expansion program. (VEP)
Skills to take IELTS, study abroad and get a job.
I think that the compliance of the curriculum authors with tradition and the grammar curriculum is understandable. High school language teaching is about teaching to the test. Therefore, the curriculum writers and the Ministry of Education are not interested in what natural spoken English actually consists of. Why would they bother to refer to authentic English conversations, corpora, and examine the main patterns of usage in spoken and written registers? In short, an easy way to avoid writing an outline is to include everything under the sun in your outline.
Objective of the English course:
To increase self-confidence when communicating at work and personally.
Improve the fluency of anyone with a decent command of the language.
To enable students to learn the pronunciation of English sounds.
Develop students’ reading skills to enable them to skim edited text for main idea.
To develop students’ writing skills
allow them to reply to someone for some information related to the given task.
Develop students’ listening skills so they can understand and apply specific information.
To develop students’ speaking skills so that they can use general, social and professional language to a satisfactory level
To develop students’ general capacity to a level that enables them to use English in their professional and academic settings (within breakthrough level).
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