English Course Information

The ENGLISH AS YOUR SECOND LANGUAGE COURSE consists of 70 Tutor-Based Video Lessons, whilst the VIDEOPHONICS COURSE consists of 46 Teaching Lessons and 14 Review Lessons. All of this material is designed for people who cannot speak English at all.

ENGLISH AS YOUR SECOND LANGUAGE

Lesson 01 – Total Physical Response Exercises – Word Combinations;
Lesson 02 – Numbers 1 – 5;
Lesson 03 – Total Physical Response Exercises – Objective Pronouns;
Lesson 04 – Numbers 5 – 10 & Directions;
Lesson 05 – TPR Exercises – Counting : Right/Wrong : Yes/No;
Lesson 06 – Phonetic Sounds: d, â

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Lesson 07 – TPR Exercises – Word Combinations, Adjectives;
Lesson 08 – Phonetic Sounds: n, h
Lesson 09 – Parts of the Body – Possessive Pronouns;
Lesson 10 – Numbers 11 – 20 – Time/Math Concepts;
Lesson 11 – Contrasts – Verbs “to be” – Man/Woman/Boy/Girl – Pronouns;
Lesson 12 – Numbers 20 and higher – Read/Write;
Lesson 13 – Contrasts – Prepositions;
Lesson 14 – Phonetic Sounds: ē, t

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Lesson 15 – House/Rooms/Furniture – Yes/No;
Lesson 16 – Action Verbs – TPR Exercises;
Lesson 17 – Sound Contrasts – Phonetic Sound: p;
Lesson 18 – Facial Features – Senses;
Lesson 19 – Phonetic Sounds – b, ī;
Lesson 20 – Present Progressive Tense – Temperatures;
Lesson 21 – Sound Contrasts – Phonetic Sounds – k, m;

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Lesson 22 – 

VIDEOPHONICS

Lesson 01 – Uppercase M & Lowercase m and related words and sounds;
Lesson 02 – Uppercase A & Lowercase a and related words and sounds;
Lesson 03 – Uppercase S & Lowercase s and related words and sounds;
Lesson 04 – Blending of letters to form words;
Lesson 05 – Uppercase F & Lowercase f and related words and sounds;
Lesson 06 – Review of all letters and words learned so far;
Lesson 07 – Uppercase R & Lowercase r and related words and sounds;
Lesson 08 – Reviewing the letters F, A and R and their related sounds;

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Lesson 09 – Review of everything learned so far plus the letter B;
Lesson 10 – Review of short & long sounds plus the 3rd A sound;
Lesson 11 – Review of all letters learned so far plus the letter N;
Lesson 12 – Review of the letters B, A & N;
Lesson 13 – The long E sound;
Lesson 14 – Review of all letters learned so far plus the letter G; 
Lesson 15 – Letter combinations that sound like a single letter;
Lesson 16 – Blending of the letters N & G;

ENVIRONMENTAL FAMILIARISATION

When we first started building this English 101 Course, we noticed that foreign nationals had a very difficult time explaining themselves, and describing things that you and I see and use every day. Not only that but there actually were people who asked specifically to be taught, for example, what a pen was, because they would get confused between a pen and a pencil, or between a car and a taxi, and so on, and so we are developing a separate course of 30 modules, just naming various objects – animals, things in the home, the kitchen, the office, birds, nature, science and so on.

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ESL RECEIVING PRONUNCIATION COURSE

COMPUTER ENGLISH

This course is offered free with the ESL Receiving Pronunciation Course and consists of learning words that are vital to understanding how to use computers. The delegates learn exactly what these words mean and how to pronounce them correctly.

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SPEAKING THE QUEEN's ENGLISH

This is a course of actuated punctuation and pronunciation, and although it is actively promoted during the entire course, there are specific times when the students will be called upon to focus entirely on correct pronunciation via the use of some rather ingenious tongue twisters…

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