Level 2 Award
Duration/Mode of Study Programme
7 weeks – Full-Time, 10 Hours per Week
All year round
Operational End Date
Re-accreditation scheduled for 2024
Mode of Delivery
This progamme is designed to teach a variety of skills relevant to the world of international communication to help students develop a greater range of vocabulary for everyday situations in a cross-cultural society.
SKILLS YOU WILL LEARN:
- Use techniques such as paraphrasing.
- Prepare for interviews.
- Use correct pronunciation.
- Demonstrate diplomacy when giving opinions.
- Show understanding of colloquial phrases.
- Compose emails and reports.
- Show word building skills to increase vocabulary.
- Apply meeting and negotiatig language skills.
- Construct complex sentences accurately..
- Demonstrate ability to take part in debates.
- Demonstrate ability to take part in a telephone call/conference call.
- Use correct register.
This course is designed for adult learners who wish to build up their level of English, working towards obtaining a substantial qualification in Proficiency in English as a Foreign Language for career and further educational purposes.
What you will study
The course involves activation of key language through case studies involving real-life scenarios to give learners a chance to put into practice what they have learnt. Learners will be able to develop skills in communicating more effectively in a range of every day situations such as interview skills, presentation skills, note taking skills, meeting skills, socialising/networking, correspondence, report and email writing as well as reading skimming and scanning skills. By the end of the course, students will be able to express opinions and handle discussions more confidently, as well as use key language more effectively.
How you will learn
In Class: Guided workshops involving the development and practical application of a particular language point or core skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking,
Outside of Class: Supervised fieldwork – carrying out tasked based activities externally to activate target language.
- 2 presentations – talks on a particular topic and using language points covered in lectures.
- Guided independent learning – private study/research.
Where you will learn
Lessons will be held in class in our premises at Domain Building, 102/104, Constitution Street, Mosta.
Final assessment includes 4 components:
- Written – email or report
- Reading comprehension
- Listening comprehension
- Speaking assessment
The course is designed for non-native English speakers who must provide evidence that they are competent in the English Language at minimum CEFR Level B1 from a recognised English language school.
MFHEA Licence Nº: 2011 – TC – 01
Further and Higher Education Institution
Last Updated: 28th February 2022
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