Intensive English Language Program (IELP)

PROGRAM DETAILS 

Title: Intensive English Language Program (IELP)

–  Duration: 32 weeks

–  No. of levels:  4

Note:

National holidays and college breaks will be added to the above plans.

 

ENGLISH A1

Duration: 8 weeks.

English Language (A0 + A1) : 25 hrs.

The main goal is to improve the trainees’ English communicative skills to achieve the level of basic users by reaching (A1) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. They must pass this phase with 60% through quizzes, eLearning, Preparation, and Final exams. ELI regulations are applied for attendance. Candidates must not exceed 25 absences.

 

Activities: 

1 – A1 Skills

2 – A1 Grammar

3 – A1 Vocabulary

4 – A1 eLearning

 

By successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

1 – (Listening): Recognize familiar words and very basic phrases concerning himself, his family and immediate concrete surroundings when people speak slowly and clearly.

2 – (Speaking): Interact in a simple way provided the other person is prepared to repeat or rephrase things at a slower rate of speech and help with formulation.  Use simple phrases and sentences to describe what they do, where they live and people they know.

3 – (Reading): Recognize familiar names, words and very simple sentences, if presented on short and simple texts such as notices, cards, posters, massages, lists, or menus.

4 – (Writing): Write simple isolated phrases, personal details, and short sentences on simple application or registration forms, simple postcard, simple messages, and short and simple e-mails.

5 – (Grammar): Students will be able to show an acceptable degree of grammatical control of A1 level grammatical objectives and do not make major mistakes that lead to communication breakdowns.

6 – (Vocabulary): Students will be able to show an acceptable degree of vocabulary control of A1 level vocabulary objectives which are based on a very basic repertoire of words related to personal details and particular concrete situations.

 

ENGLISH A2

Duration: 8 weeks.

English Language (A2) : 25 hrs.

The main goal is to improve the trainees’ English communicative skills to achieve the level of basic users by reaching (A2) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.  They must pass this phase with 60% through quizzes, eLearning, Preparation, and Final exams. ELI regulations are applied for attendance. Candidates must not exceed 25 absences.

 

Activities:

1 – A2 Skills

2 – A2 Grammar

3 – A2 Vocabulary

4 – A2 Reading + Self Reading

5 – A2 eLearning

 

By successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

1 – (Listening):Recognize phrases, vocabulary and the high-frequency words related to areas of most immediate personal relevance; and recognize the main point in short, clear, simple messages and announcements, and the main points in short, clear, simple messages, announcements, and speeches.

2 – (Speaking): Interact in simple tasks and can use a series of phrases and sentences to describe in simple terms related to family, other people, living conditions, educational background and present or most recent job.

3 – (Reading): Show understanding of very short and simple texts and personal letters. In addition, students will be able to find specific, predictable information in simple everyday material such as advertisements, prospectuses, menus and timetables.

4 –  (Writing): Write short, basic descriptions of events and activities and write very simple personal letters expressing thanks and apology.

5 –  (Grammar): Show acceptable degree of grammatical control of A2 level grammatical objectives and do not make major mistakes that lead to communication breakdowns.

6 – (Vocabulary): Students will be able to show acceptable degree of vocabulary control of A2 level vocabulary objectives which are based on basic words and phrases related to simple everyday situations.

 

ENGLISH B1

Duration: 8 weeks.

English Language (B1) : 22 hrs.

The main goal is to improve the trainees’ English communicative skills to achieve the level of independent users by reaching (B1) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.  They must pass this phase with 60% through quizzes, eLearning, Preparation, and Final exams. ELI regulations are applied for attendance. Candidates must not exceed 25 absences.

 

Activities:

1 – B1 Skills + Self Reading

2 – B1 Grammar

3 – B1 Technical Vocabulary

4 – B1 eLearning

 

By successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

1 – (Listening):  Identify the main point in short, clear, simple and relatively slow messages and announcements.

2 – (Speaking): Narrate a story; describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and can briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

3 – (Reading): Recognize significant points in straightforward newspaper articles on familiar subjects and find specific information in a short, simple text containing high frequency every day or job-related vocabulary.

4 – (Writing): Write simple texts and messages relating to matters in areas of immediate need, and compose short paragraphs linking a series of simple phrases and sentences.

5 – (Grammar):  Show acceptable degree of grammatical control of B1 level grammatical objectives and do not make major mistakes which lead to communication breakdowns.

6 – (Vocabulary): Students will be able to show acceptable degree of control on technical vocabulary and terminology within a context of B1 level.

 

ENGLISH B1 PLUS

Duration: 8 weeks.

English Language (B1+) : 22 hrs

The main goal is to improve the trainees’ English communicative skills to achieve the level of independent users by reaching (B1+) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.  They must pass this phase with 60% through quizzes, eLearning, Preparation, and Final exams. ELI regulations are applied for attendance. Candidates must not exceed 25 absences.

 

Activities:

1 – B1P Skills + Self Reading

2 – B1P Grammar

3 – B1P Technical Vocabulary

4 – B1P eLearning

 

By successful completion of the course, the learners will be able to:

1 – (Listening):  Demonstrate understanding of straightforward information about every day, study-or work-related topics both general messages and specific details.

2 – (Speaking): Use language to give clear descriptions; express viewpoints; explain why something is a problem; and develop arguments without much conspicuous searching for words.

3 – (Reading): Differentiate kinds of texts at different speeds; identify the main points and conclusions in texts which clearly argue a point of view.

4 – (Writing): Write letters and emails; compose a multi-paragraph essay by synthesizing information and arguments from a number of sources; construct a chain of reasoned argument and speculate about causes, consequences and hypothetical situations.

5 – (Grammar): Show relatively high degree of grammatical control and do not make mistakes which lead to communication breakdowns.

6 – (Vocabulary): Students will be able to show acceptable degree of control on technical vocabulary and terminology within a context of B1 Plus level or higher