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Intermediate Course

cat May 2nd, 2012 by Virtual Keeper

If you come down 'from heaven to earth' and return to the problem of organizing the course, it can easily be done on a textbook example of Headway, which occupies a leading position in the ratings of Russian courses. This course (or a system of learning English), specially designed by London Methodists John and Liz Soarz for youth and adults. Each of the 5 levels (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate) has its 'methodological package', which includes textbooks, books for students and teachers, audiotapes, and can be mastered in about 120 academic hours. As Liz Soarz has vast experience examiner at the time The Cambridge rsa Dip tefl, at the end of the study at any level of the course the student can try to pass a qualification exam and get certified. Each lesson consists of several sections. The first is usually devoted to the development speaking skills (for example, discusses the fact-file of a famous person) and an analysis of certain grammatical constructions, a written test on the practice of communication, discussion in pairs defined by Practice drawing dialogs based on the proposed clues, listening to audio cassettes, as well as consolidation and repetition of material covered in previous sessions.

The second focuses on language development (skills development): 'Sharpening' vocabulary through the implementation of oral and written exercises. Further, should work with the text (characteristic of English textbooks for feeding – small numbered paragraphs), and reading too diverse (Scan reading, reading for gist, summary reading, etc.). Working on the text, usually preceded by classes in pairs, answering questions, filling out tables.

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