ESL Program

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There are five levels from A to E to diverse the learning strategy of English. Student who successfully completes the highest level E from our school, will develop fluency in the English language through various ways such as reading, writing, listening, grammar and speaking.

Our Teachers:

Certified ESL teachers use comprehensive teaching practices and methods to maximize students’ English skills. We provide students various resources to practice and improve their English skills via language and computer laboratories, books and magazines, videos and movies.

Our Classes:

Our intensive ESL program is 6 weeks per level and 20 hrs per week. Our small interactive ESL program only allows 10 to 15 students per class. Students receive individual attention and assistance from teachers. This allows students to improve quickly.

Students Will:

After successful completion of the program, students will possess the skills and knowledge to successfully integrate into North American English classes.

Course Outline

Level Course
Level A: Introduction and Foundation of English Language and North American Culture Comprehensive Listening and Speaking
Basic Vocabulary and Spelling
Introduction of Reading and Writing
Level B: Intermediate understanding of English as a Second Language Spelling and Introduction of Grammar
Intermediate Reading and Writing
Intermediate Listening and Pronunciation Lab
Level C: Comprehensive study of critical thinking and writing skills for ESL Learning Introduction of Critical Thinking on Reading and Writing
Intensive Listening and Speaking Lab
Intermediate Grammar Learning
Level D: Advanced study of reading and writing skills for ESL Learning Intermediate Learning Skills of Critical Thinking on Reading and Writing
Advanced Listening and Speaking Lab
Advanced Grammar Learning
Level E: Intensive ESL learning on all kinds of academic requirements Academic Reading and Writing Lab
Professional Notetaking, Listening and Speaking
Computer Communication and Presentation