Grammar : Forming Wh-questions, discussing simple tenses of the verbs and simple parts of speech
Vocabulary:Common verbs used, basic words, naming objects, correct pronunciation of words, word meaning
Common conversation:Introducing one self, meeting people, greetings, directions, personal information
Reading:Reading the words and sentences with correct pronunciation and intonation
Listening and Speaking:Asking simple question, asking with correct manners
Writing:Formulating simple sentences and questions with correct spelling of the words
2. LOW INTERMEDIATE COURSE
Grammar:Simple tenses of the verbs, different part of speech, tag question
Vocabulary:Word meaning, commonly used and misspelled words, identifying different actions and objects
Common conversation:Expressions in different situation, greetings in different social situations, introducing one self and another person, meeting people, common statements or expressions
Reading:Reading easy tongue twisters, reading words and sentences with correct pronunciation and syllabication, reading easy article and quotes
Listening and Speaking:Asking ideas or opinions, asking questions using the tag questions, introducing somebody, answering questions, making phone calls
Writing:Constructing sentences with correct order and spelling, making a daily and weekly diary
3. HIGH INTERMEDIATE COURSE
Grammar:Tenses of the Verb Forming complicated questions.
Vocabulary: Word with same sound but different meanings
Common conversation:Social expressions and responses in different social expressions
Reading: Analyzing the content of the article or story
Listening and Speaking:Giving and sharing opinions or ideas
Asking different point of views of the topic Describing people
Conversation in practical situations
Analysis of maxims
Writing:Making business and friendly letter
4. INTERMEDIATE COURSE
Grammar:Relative clauses Verb for emphasis Present real unconditionalEmbedded questions
Vocabulary:Uncommon words Understanding phrasal verbsCommon conversation:Interaction with other students using English language with perfect enunciation.
Reading:Interference and interpretation Understanding the context of the article
Listening and Speaking:Listening between the lines Factual recall Understanding the meaning from the context Focus attention
Writing:Using examples to support argument Writing a formal letter Summarizing an article Free writing
5. ADVANCE COURSE
Grammar: Context clues Phrasal verbs
Vocabulary: Homonyms, antonyms, synonyms, suffixes and prefixes Common conversation: Making a dialogue, daily conversations. Formulating sentences using idiomatic expressions.
Reading: Identifying misspelled words in the story or in the sentence. Listening and Speaking: Asking or interviewing other people about social issues like crime, global problems, etc. Guessing significant or important events in the story from the tapes. Writing: Composing an autobiography; poems, stories, etc.