Our Cambridge English courses mirrored The Cambridge ESOL concept. The Cambridge ESOL International examinations together with our our own internal testing system help us to assess and measure progress. These are the benchmarks that we use to secure international certification for all students.
We at Cambridge Learning house, believe that English for Young learners should not be stressful for children. It should be fun and stimulating. Reading, writing, listening and speaking in English should come naturally. As their confidence develop, they would want to learn more and use English on a more challenging level. Children and young learners from the age of 3 to 12 can combine learning English with a wide range of activities in a safe, secure and supervised environment. Our unique programme initiates children into the complexities of English in simple steps, thereby increasing their self-confidence and enthusiasm in the language. As well as learning to speak and understand English better in a supervised, yet relaxed setting children will develop social confidence, cultural understanding and meaningful friendships.
Young Learners English (YLE) is a reliable and consistent measure of how well your child is doing in the skills of listening, speaking and reading and writing. Tests are designed to make learning fun and children are encouraged by working towards certificates and earning the 'shields' that record their progress. There are Five levels for children to work through,Primary Starters, Starters, Primary Movers, Movers and Flyers, with Starters being the first, aimed at young children with very basic skills.
These courses are for students who want to enhance their overall ability to communicate within a variety of everyday topics.
Our courses are suitable for secondary students of any level; from those who have only basic English and want to improve, to students who are preparing for major school-based examinations. Our overall goals are to help your child:
improve all four language skills - listening, speaking, reading and writing.
expand their knowledge and use of vocabulary.
develop their knowledge and understanding of grammar.
improve their pronunciation.
improve their ability to learn English.
This 20-week, part-time course is designed to help English-second-language speakers learn basic survival communication skills in English. Topics to be covered in this course include: personal introductions, family, food, giving and understanding directions, travel related scenarios and shopping.
This 20-week, part-time course is designed to help English-second-language speakers advance their communication skills in order to achieve professional and/or personal language learning goals.
The course will develop students' speaking skills, increase their confidence and ease with using the language and improve their ability to have conversations in a variety of social settings. The course will also focus on English pronunciation.
The Business English Certificates (BEC) are internationally recognised qualifications that show employers your skills for using English in the workplace.
BEC is an ideal English language exam if you are preparing for a career in business. There are three different levels of BEC:
BEC Preliminary(Beginner), BEC Vantage(intermediate) and BEC Higher(Advanced).
If your English language ability is sufficient for most simple communications, such as shopping, you may consider progressing towards BEC. You should have an understanding of, or interest in, the world of work, business and commerce.
More than ever, a good knowledge of English is needed to succeed in international business and commerce. If you can show you have relevant language skills, you'll have a great advantage in the jobs market and much greater flexibility if you want to work abroad. BEC can help you show that you have learned English to an appropriate standard and can use it in a business context.
This short course is for learners who need to improve their ability to communicate when socialising, telephoning, presenting, taking part in meetings and negotiating. The course aims to build confidence and fluency by encouraging students to analyse tasks and take part in practice activities.
Realistic communication activities give students the confidence to interact in English in their working lives
Useful language and communication skills checklists in every unit allow students and teachers to keep track of progress and address problem areas.
A modular easy-to use structure makes it simple for teachers to use.
Focus on listening and speaking gives students confidence in these vital areas.
Integrated reading and writing tasks.
The instructional program of the Intensive English Program (IEP) at CLH is designed to help non-native English speakers increase their English language skills. The curriculum is designed for students at all levels of English language proficiency, with an emphasis on developing the necessary oral and written skills for academic studies and business or professional communication.
read general/academic-level materials
write general/academic papers and exams
speak more fluently in both formal and informal settings
take good, clear notes at lectures
take timed, objective tests
function knowledgeably in International culture in order to establish and maintain productive relations with fellow students, professors and other members of the host community
The IELTS test is recognised by British, New Zealand and Australian universities for admissions. It is increasingly accepted by institutions in the United States as well.
This course focuses on a comprehensive overview of the IELTS test components and helps you develop the skills you need to obtain a creditable score on the IELTS. We offer a 30 hours workshop which will cover the following skills and strategies:
Test directions and time management for the different sections.
Test structure, type and style of questions.
Writing strategies to fulfill actual exam requirements Reading and Listening strategies for speedy comprehension.
Speaking strategies to respond appropriately in the oral interview.
Students are advised to take our Placement Test before undertaking this Workshop as this Workshop best suits students with an intermediate level of proficiency in English, or higher.
Capitalizing on young children's ability to learn, these exciting, stimulating courses are designed to develop communicative skills naturally and spontaneously. Language learning takes place in a fun, lively atmosphere that engages children's minds and spirits.
begin to develop communication skills at an age when he/she is particularly receptive and not afraid to make mistakes;
become absorbed in the new language by working and playing together with his/her classmates in the new language.
interact and establish confident communication skills at an age when he/she is particularly receptive;
learn vocabulary appropriate to his/her age group and areas of interest related to his/her daily experiences;
enjoy lots of opportunities to practice and assimilate the new language through fun-filled activities, songs, stories, language development games, etc.
Lessons also incorporate the 'Phonics' programme. The focus is on creating a positive and enjoyable experience, and inspiring a love of learning!
Trinity Guildhall Young Performers Certificates are designed to develop confidence, group interaction skills and a sense of achievement in children up to the age of seven. They encourage young children to develop performance, musical and communication skills as they create and explore stories, songs, roles and situations through the imaginative and integrated use of movement, music, voice and artwork. Groups of six to twelve children may enter for these awards presenting their work to a Trinity Guildhall examiner at their school or teaching centre.
Trinity Guildhall Grade examinations are designed to encourage candidates from all countries and cultures to engage with as wide a variety of performance activities and materials as possible while developing their skills within an integrated framework of assessment. The range of study options available both in this Acting and Speaking syllabus and in the related Drama & Speech subject syllabuses reflect the many and varied contexts and cultures in which candidates experience, rehearse and perform different types of material.
Activities include, role playing, creative speech, verbal games, dance and movement, language development, poem, mime, dialog and script, year-end presentation.
Trinity Guildhall qualification in communication skills enables candidates to build confidence and develop a wide range of verbal communication skills in English.
WHY Public Speaking and Presentation skills?
Through the use of a wide range of spoken English in different contexts, Communication Skills encourage student to develop their proficiency in all modes of oral communication - including face-to-face interpersonal skills, group discussions, making presentations and public speaking.
Activities comprise a series of tasks which have direct application to the communication challenges that student meet - or will meet - in real life situations such as job interviews, giving presentations and undertaking negotiations.
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