From completing this course you will have better knowledge of the English Language, particularly reading, writing, speaking and listening. Importantly, on completion of this course you have good idea of the language structures in the English Language, for example, informal and formal language. More importantly you will gain a good understanding of the English grammar, such as past, present and future grammar. Additionally, you will understand how to compare things, places or people using comparatives and superlatives and being able to show differences between them using contrast words. You will learn how to express your opinions, likes and dislikes, using appropriate words learned. You would learn appropriate words used in informal and formal language, as well as appropriate words used in different forms of grammar. In this course worksheets and power points are included. You will have the opportunity to work through the power points with the worksheet provided. The course will take approximately four to six weeks to complete, depending on how often you can commit to your lessons and completing the worksheets. The course is structured by working through a power point provided with a worksheet. Taking this course will be very useful for anyone who wants to gain better employment opportunities or gain access to higher education. This is because the English Language is the most spoken language in the world, therefore to do this course will enable you to gain better opportunities in society. In particular, doing this course will help to improve writing sentences, paragraphs and letters. Importantly you will also be given speaking activities, therefore the time to practice to improve your speaking skills. You will learn how to express your opinions using the correct English terminology. Overall this course will be good for you to do, if you require or want to learn English more in depth. This course should be taken by people who have some knowledge of the English Language.
This worksheet will help to understand the lecture and there are speaking and writing activities to help you with regard to question words used in personal information. Including the different forms of grammar used
There are two parts into this lectures, where you will learn specific expressions to express your opinions, likes and dislikes as well as agreements plus disagreements. The audios will help through the lectures. The worksheets are task given for your to practice these expressions, at the same time you will practice your reading, writing, speaking skills.
In this lecture you will learn what are comparatives and superlatives. You will learn how to change the spelling of a descriptive words to make it either a comparative or superlative word. Additionally, you will learn about contrast words. The audio will help you with the lecture and the worksheets will give you tasks to practice writing, speaking and reading skills using, comparatives, superlatives and contrast words.
In this lecture you will understand the different expressions to make a request and grant permission. Additionally specifically about two modal verbs, 'must' and 'should'. The audio will help with the lecture. The worksheets given to you will help to practice what is learned through the lecture, additionally, you will also practice your reading, writing and speaking skills.
In this lecture your learn in more detail about the different types of modals verbs and what specific modal verbs are used for a request, ability. permission and advice. Additionally the audio will help you through the lecture. The worksheets give you the opportunity to practice your reading, writing and speaking skills with regard to using different modal verbs.
This quiz goes through section one and reinforces what has been learned in section one
This lecture is broken into three pieces. From this lecture you will understand what formal language is, when it is used and the structure of formal language. The worksheet will give you the opportunity to practice your reading, writing and speaking skills using formal language.
This lectures is three parts put together. You will learn what is informal language, including the structure of informal language, the informal words and contractions used. The worksheets give you opportunity to practice your reading, writing and speaking skills using informal words.
After doing this quiz you will understand how informal and formal language is used. The structure of each language skill.<br>
This course will give you the understanding of how to use the correct grammar to talk about the future, the difference of using shall and will. Additionally you will also learn about the English conditionals, being zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional and third conditional, when talking and writing about the present and future. The worksheets give you the opportunity to practice your reading, writing and speaking skills using the simple future and conditional grammar.
The quiz will consolidate what you have learnt in section three.<br>
I have a good standard of education, where I have achieved GCSEs, A 'Level , a degree and master degree. The degree I have obtained is in Geography and Development Studies and the Master I obtained is in Environment and Development Studies. Additionally, I have completed a teacher training course in teaching English to people whose first language is not English.
I have over five years’ experience of teaching ESOL learners at community centre, college and adult education as well as in community based learning organisations.I have experience of teaching learners from pre-entry to intermediate levels.I have taught and prepared people for ESOL reading, writing, speaking and listening examinations based on Cambridge ESOL, Trinity ESOL and Edexcel ESOL examinations.I have also had three years’ experience of private one to one tutoring based on ESOL examinations.I have had a 100% pass rate for learners I have taught in a classroom environment as well as one to one private tutoring. I have in depth current knowledge of ESOL, as I am familiar with websites as The ESOL Adult curriculum - Excellence Gateways, Trinity College London, Edexcel ESOL Skills for Life and Cambridge ESOL.