English as a second language

75 students

Vocabulary: Week 1 and 2

It’s imperative that you have a large working vocabulary. Learning new English words is an ongoing process that can take years. We will start easy; making sure students are comfortable with the basics: colors, numbers, household items, family members and countries.

We will provide key vocabulary, and students will be expected to understand meaning, memorize spelling (maybe) and use their learnings in sentences. Learning vocabulary is the first step toward English fluency.

Grammar: Week 3 and 4

Think of grammar as the scaffolding of the English language. Students need to have a firm understanding of grammar so that they can successfully build sentences with the vocabulary they’re learning.

We will teach important English grammar concepts including parts of speech such as nouns (plural, singular, countable, uncountable), adjectives, verbs (and all the tenses!) and adverbs to begin with. Once you mastered those basics, you can move onto topics such as active voice versus passive voice, simple sentences and compound sentences.

Reading; Week 5 and 6

Reading is a vital skill. Reading will help students expand their vocabulary and become familiar with proper sentence structure and phrasing.

We will focus on comprehension and reading performance.

Reading comprehension involves students actually understanding what they’ve read. This will be achieved through discussion, questions and worksheets with related exercises and questions in English.

Writing: Week 7 and 8

Writing is a highly valuable skill for English language students to learn. If you plan to study abroad or work for foreign companies in the future, you’ll need to know how to express yourselves in English through writing.

Students will learn how to write essay and email.

Speaking: Weeks 9, 10, 11 and 12

We assume that most learners have had exposure to English through textbooks and English teachers in Pakistan. In most cases, English education had been focused on vocabulary and grammar through reading and writing. These are important skills and build the foundation for what comes next: speaking.

Speaking is quite possibly the most important skill you will learn. You will learn to speak English with clear pronunciation and natural phrasing. It takes years to master this skill, but it’s imperative for students to know how to conduct themselves in general English conversations.

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  • Vocabulary: Week 1 and 2

    It’s imperative that you have a large working vocabulary. Learning new English words is an ongoing process that can take years. We will start easy; making sure students are comfortable with the basics: colors, numbers, household items, family members and countries.

  • Grammar: Week 3 and 4

    Think of grammar as the scaffolding of the English language. Students need to have a firm understanding of grammar so that they can successfully build sentences with the vocabulary they’re learning. We will teach important English grammar concepts including parts of speech such as nouns (plural, singular, countable, uncountable), adjectives, verbs (and all the tenses!) and adverbs to begin with. Once you mastered those basics, you can move onto topics such as active voice versus passive voice, simple sentences and compound sentences.

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  • Reading: Week 5 and 6

    Reading is a vital skill. Reading will help students expand their vocabulary and become familiar with proper sentence structure and phrasing. We will focus on comprehension and reading performance. Reading comprehension involves students actually understanding what they’ve read. This will be achieved through discussion, questions and worksheets with related exercises and questions in English.

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  • Writing: Week 7 and 8

    Writing is a highly valuable skill for English language students to learn. If you plan to study abroad or work for foreign companies in the future, you’ll need to know how to express yourselves in English through writing. Students will learn how to write essay and email.

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  • Speaking: Weeks 9, 10, 11 and 12

    We assume that most learners have had exposure to English through textbooks and English teachers in Pakistan. In most cases, English education had been focused on vocabulary and grammar through reading and writing. These are important skills and build the foundation for what comes next: speaking. Speaking is quite possibly the most important skill you will learn. You will learn to speak English with clear pronunciation and natural phrasing. It takes years to master this skill, but it’s imperative for students to know how to conduct themselves in general English conversations.

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