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1 Sep
2020

Online English Conversation Course

Remote Event

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This 12 week online conversation course is designed to improve fluency in English. The course has TWO components.

(1) Homestudy helps to improve reading, vocabulary, comprehension and listening skills. It is also important preparation for group discussions. Exercises are based on authentic reading and listening material from English media (The Guardian Newspaper, BBC, Wikipedia, TED Talks, Youtube, etc.).

(2) In part two, Online via Zoom, the focus is entirely on conversation. For sixty minutes, participants have an opportunity to practise, and enhance, their fluency by engaging in paired discussions with fellow students.

See here for more details: https://vhsteacher.com/online-conversation-course

 

The course requires a minimum of 12 registered participants

Contact frank@vhsteacher.com  offering three occasions that would suit you best for a 60 minute Zoom call.

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Professional development event
Event website
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
Frank Mc Girr
Contact details
frank@vhsteacher.com
0049 1609 0368 834
Number of delegates
< 100
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
Policy makers
Media professionals
Theme addressed
Aims and objectives
The key aim of this online conversation course is to offer students an opportunity to practise talking English, in pairs, on a weekly basis
Expected (learning) outcomes
It is hoped that participants can advance from simple direct forms of communication to speaking fluently and spontaneously on a wide variety of topics
Attending fee
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