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Summer & Short - Term - Courses

                        

 

     9 – 10:30

 10:45 – 12:15

 2:00 – 6:00

 Mon         

           · Placement test

           · Interviews

           · Timetables

 

         · Introductions

         · College procedures

         · Class rules

         · Getting to know you        activities

         ·  Role-play: shopping

  H/WK: Graded reader(see over #1)

        ·   Dealing with      accommodation issues

         ·  Settling in

 Tues

 

· Grammar – past tenses

 ·  Telling a story (using past tenses), oral & written

· Vocab: food

 

      · Role-play: in a restaurant     · Design personal profile of yourself for the wall 

 H/WK: Start to collect or make material for project (see over#2) on Thurs

  1. Sports afternoon –                   Learn the rules of cricket!

 2. Play a sport of your choice, e.g. football, swimming, ice skating, volleyball, basketball

 3. Go to restaurant (e.g. English, Chinese, Mexican, Indian, Thai)

 Wed     

         · Grammar – present tenses

        · Describing a video (using           present tenses)

        ·  Vocab: holidays

 

 

        · Role-play: buying a ticket at             the station

        · Quiz: Famous contemporary     and historical Britons

 H/WK: Choose 3 articles from Metro newspaper to discuss tomorrow

       1.Trip to British Museum or Tate Modern, with worksheet to fill in.

       2.Cafe – discuss what ss have seen + check worksheet

 Thurs

         · Grammar – future tenses

         ·Group discussion about            the future + Metro articles

         · Vocab: jobs

 Project work – start to work on wall poster

 H/WK: 1. remind ss to keep reading their book + newspapers. 2. Listen to Podcasts in computer lab (for discussion next week)

 Afternoon off – shopping or sightseeing!

 Fri

         · Grammar: Modal verbs

         · Vocab: describing people

         · Writing: e-mails / letters (in     computer lab)

 

 

         ·Test on the week’s grammar         & vocab

         ·   Preparing a song (to perform in the following week) – writing own song or learning a famous song

          ·  Watch Sherlock Holmes      film  (1 ½ hrs) + short  presentation

    · Visit his home (221b Baker          St, with worksheet)  ·  H/WK: Write film review or      describe the characters

Sat / Sun

 

       ·         All day trips outside London (e.g. Oxford, Cambridge, Stratford, Warwick Castle)

·        Time for students to complete homework, have fun & rest

 15 hours class contact in the mornings, Mon – Fri

12 hours of activities outside the class in the afternoons, Tues, Wed & Fri

♦ 1. A “Graded reader” is a book in English (usually well-known) at the student’s level of English which he / she can read for pleasure during the course.

♦  2. The project referred to will be a large poster which students will have to design in groups to advertise their country. Items could include: Pictures, photos and maps (with labels), flags, recipes, facts & figures. It should give somebody a good impression of the students’ country, e.g. the people, food, climate, culture, famous people, history, sport, fashion. i.e. anything which teaches us something about that country and its people.

  At the end of the first week, students will have

·                studied all the main tenses in English

·               ♦ greatly improved their vocabulary in topics such as food, holidays and jobs

·                produced a wall poster of themselves and their country

·                written a letter and email in English

·               ♦ started reading a book in English and newspapers

·               ♦   told a story in English

·               ♦  learnt a lot about famous British people

·                done role-plays in various common situations and places, such as restaurants and stations

·               ♦  listened to Podcasts and made notes

·               ♦  started to prepare a song (to be performed later)

·               ♦  used English to describe videos

·                 completed worksheets on their trips to famous places, such as the British Museum

                and Sherlock Holmes’ house

·                learnt the rules of cricket and played some sport

·               completed a test to check their progress

They will go on to learn more grammar and vocabulary, improve their skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening, go on more trips, and do more projects (e.g. song and drama performances). 

This is a wonderful opportunity for any parent who wants their child to experience England and the English Language in a safe, warm and friendly environment.

 

  Arrival and departure day : Sundays

 

 Tuition  & Activities

 Enrolment  & Materials

 

 Accommodation

( Home stay in Zone 2 & 3)

 

 Total

 

2 week courses

 

 £650

 

 £50

 

 £380

 

 £1080

 

 3 week courses

 

 £950

 

 £50

 

 £540

 

 £1540

 

 4 week courses

 

 £1200

 

 £50

 

 £720

 

 £1970

 

  6 week courses

 

 £1600