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English Language Course

ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The English Language course in Dubai is a perfect understanding of grammatical language with effective use of timing or tenses in conversation and everyday interactions to gain instruction over self-description, asking and answering situational questions, learning the art of explaining ideas, as well as improving accent, word sounds, formal and informal language.

BENEFITS OF LEARNING

The major goal of the English Language Course is to increase students’ general competence to the point where they can utilize English in a professional and academic setting. Students are taught how to speak, read, and write. They learn basic grammatical structures and functions (for example, sentence types, tenses, voice, parts of speech, word order, expressing possibility, obligation, necessity, prohibition, and criticism; expressing preferences, making assumptions; asking for/refusing/giving permission; making offers, suggestions, and so on). They enhance their basic vocabulary in order to perform the above-mentioned roles, subjects, and dialogues. Students are trained at Skill Riser Training Institute to be able to communicate about a variety of issues (people, occupations, places to visit, festivals/celebrations, disasters/accidents, eating habits, sports/hobbies, environment, education, entertainment, transportation, crime, and so on). Students learn to interpret spoken language in a Spoken English course. Monologues and interacting speakers are examples of listening literature. They are taught to concentrate on getting the idea of what is being said, to hunt for detail or particular information, and to determine the meaning. Students are given adapted/instructional reading material and are encouraged to learn how to use various strategies for various reading purposes, such as identifying the main points in a text, looking for detail, finding specific information in a text, understanding the structure of a text, and so on. Students should learn to write a variety of written texts, including formal/informal/transactional letters, argumentative essays (presenting opposing viewpoints), narration (story writing), memos, and notes.

MODULE FOR WRITING

The objective of the English Language Writing module is to help students improve their writing abilities so that they can respond to input and apply information to a specific assignment, as well as elicit, select, and summarize material in essays (160-250 words):

  • THE STRUCTURE OF THE BASIC AND ADVANCED GRAMMAR
  • RANGES IN GRAMMATICS
  • IN THE CLASSROOM, MAKING GRAMMAR BASED NOTES
  • WRITING ON AN EXTREMELY VARIETY OF TOPICS.
  • KEYWORD RESOURCE
  • CONCEPTION
  • COHERENCE

THE MODULE FOR SPEAKING

The goal of the English Language Speaking module is to help students improve their speaking abilities so that they can utilize general, social, and professional language (within the Breakthrough level):

  • PERFORMANCE OF AN ORAL PRESENTATION
  • WORD SOUNDS AND PRONOUNCIATION
  • TALKING ABOUT ROUTINES IN THE REAL WORLD
  • SPEAKING IN A DIFFERENT SCENARIO
  • DISCUSSION IN THE GROUP
  • BODY LANGUAGE IMPROVEMENT
  • LANGUAGE, FORMAL AND INFORMAL

MODULE FOR READING

The English Language Reading module’s goal is to help students improve their reading abilities so that they can skim an adapted text for the main concept, scan an adapted text for particular information, and analyze an adapted text for inferences:

  • Scanning & skimming
  • In-depth study
  • Using context to guess unknown words
  • Understanding the structure of a text
  • Recognizing the difference argument & counter-argument
  • Identifying the difference among secondary information

THE MODULE FOR LISTENING

The English Language Listening module’s goal is to improve students’ listening abilities so that they can comprehend and apply particular information from the input. V. General understanding (listening for gist, listening for detailed information, evaluating the importance of information). Lectures (W) (identifying the topic and main themes, identifying relationships among major ideas, comprehending key information).Feel free to Contact Us or WhatsApp Us

THE PRIMARY GRAMMAR CLASS

1- PRACTICAL USE OF GRAMMAR:

  • Basic use of is, Am, Are, Has, Have, Had, (Is, Am, Are)to, (Has, Have, Had)to
  • Present Tense
  • Past Tense
  • Future Tense
  • Use of auxiliary verbs (Would, Should, Could)
  • Conditional Sentences
  • Causative Sentences

CORRECT USE OF:

  • Nouns
  • Pronouns
  • Verbs
  • Adjective
  • Adverb
  • Preposition
  • Conjunction
  • Articles
  • Interjection

2- SOUNDS AND PRONUNCIATION:

  • The sounds at the start of words
  • The sounds of words coming to an end
  • The Contraction
  • The Pronunciation

SPEAKING PRESENTATION ON A DAILY BASIS:

  • Introductions
  • Greetings
  • Meetings that are brief (At home, with friends, at work, at the grocery store)
  • Daily routine
  • Likings & disliking
  • Weathers

ADVANCED LANGUAGE LESSONS:

  • Learning how to pronounce the words. (Beginner and Finishing Sounds)
  • Learning how to use the contraction
  • Pronunciation improvement
  • Lexical resource
  • Frequently misunderstood words
  • Words that are commonly misused
  • Vocabulary for a variety of situations
  • Body language improvement

DESCRIPTIONS:

  • Describing your personality in order to make a good first impression
  • Providing creative knowledge about a place, city, or structure by describing a circumstance
  • Hobbies should be described in a coherent manner, with all required facts included
  • Describing parties or incidents- mastering the art of describing an event, whether pleasant or terrible.
  • Describing likes and dislikes- very subjective and objective sentiments about eating and dressing habits, career choices, family relationships, leisure and pleasures, and other inescapable social activities and personal reflections.

CONVERSATIONS:

  • Topic speaking is giving a daily presentation in front of the class to talk on a certain topic and then responding to questions from the class.
  • Discussion in a Group
  • In a group, have a focused and well-organized discussion

PRESENTATONS:

  • Introductions
  • Greetings
  • Daily routine
  • Likings
  • Disliking
  • Weathers
  • Plans for the future
  • Hobbies
  • Interview
  • Before the class, give an oral presentation. (On a regular basis)

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ADVANCED LANGUAGE LESSONS

  • Learning how to pronounce the words. (Beginner and Ender Sounds)
  • Learning how to use the contraction
  • Pronunciation improvement
  • Lexical resource
  • Frequently confused words
  • Vocabulary for a variety of situations

DESCRIPTIONS:

  • Developing your personality in order to make a good first impression
  • Presenting creative knowledge about a place, city, or structure by describing a circumstance
  • Hobbies should be described in a coherent manner, with all required facts included.
  • Describing parties or incidents- mastering the art of describing an event, whether good or bad.

CONVERSATIONS:

  • Topic speaking is giving a daily presentation in front of the class to talk on a certain topic and then responding to questions from the class.
  • Discussion in a Group
  • In a group of people, have a specific and coordinated conversation

PRESENTATONS:

  • Introductions
  • Greetings
  • Daily routine
  • Likings
  • Disliking
  • Weathers
  • Future plans
  • Hobbies
  • Interview
  • Topics for writing. (On a routine basis)
  • Before the class, give an oral presentation.

From language specialists, learn the art of English language