You have been learning the English Language for a while now. You have a basic to moderate knowledge of the English spoken and written word. You are able to write and speak simple to moderately complex sentences and your vocabulary is limited.
Pre-Intermediate English is a substantially informative and interactive programme aimed at incrementally upskilling the competence of learners of the English Language and building their confidence in applying the proper English spoken and written word on the social front. This programme is the stepping stone to learners becoming confident at using the English Language on the professional front and comprises the following bite-sized modules, aimed at developing low to moderately challenging grammar, vocabulary, speaking, listening and writing skills, but not limited to:
- Useful Grammar Made Easy
- The Art of Conversation
- Pre-Intermediate Word Bank – Words You Need To Know
- Punchy & Useful Phrases
- Reading Station – The Art of Reading Between The Lines
- Creative Writing – An Introduction To Narrative Essays
- Creative Writing – An Introduction To Personal Recount Essays
- Listening Skills – Do You Hear What I Hear?
It is highly recommended that learners of this programme become part of The English Council’s Get LIT! Learning Circle, so they can maximise on fully benefiting from their learning experience.
By the end of this programme, learners will be able to:
- Understand and apply Useful English Grammar in simple to moderately complex sentence structures
- Understand and apply low to moderately challenging vocabulary with measured accuracy
- Understand and apply useful phrases with measured accuracy
- Read and comprehend simple direct short texts as well as draw simple inferences with measured accuracy
- Converse simply using low to moderately complex sentences with measured fluency
- Understand the written structure of Narrative Essays
- Write a short and simple Narrative Essay with a few grammatical errors
- Understand the written structure of Personal Recount Essays
- Write a short and simple Personal Recount Essay with a few grammatical errors
- Listen and comprehend the simple to moderately complex English spoken word with measured accuracy