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IGCSE First Language English Course Premium

This home study IGCSE English course is designed for students for whom English is their mother tongue, IGCSE First Language English develops the ability to communicate clearly, accurately and effectively in both speech and writing.Students learn how to employ a wide-ranging vocabulary, use correct grammar, spelling and punctuation, and develop a personal style and an awareness of the audience being addressed. Students are also encouraged to read widely, both for their own enjoyment and to further their awareness of the ways in which English can be used.IGCSE First Language English also develops more general analysis and communication skills such as synthesis, inference, and the ability to order facts and present opinions effectively. Qualification: IGCSE English First Language Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: CIE - Cambridge International Examinations Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 300 Hours - 12 Months Max Support View 20 ... (Training Available by UK Open College) IGCSE First Language English Course

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Business English

Business EnglishIntroduction: Business English: Intermediate and advanced business courses including a ladies only business class. The courses are designes to make participants feel more confident in dealing with everyday business situations. Students can take a relevant business English exam such as BULATS.Course overview:Aimed at people with a level equivalent to IELTS 4.5 to 6+Suitable for those who want to improve their level of English in order to advance their career Course covers grammar and pronunciationStudents study real life business topics for reading, writing and discussion practice.Students practise everyday business situations using role playMethods include books, DVD’s and cameraStudents can take the relevant ESOL or BULATS examCourses:BILB - Intermediate Ladies BusinessBIB - Intermediate BusinessBAB - Advanced Business ... (Training Available by Knights Britannia Consultants Ltd) Business English

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ENGLISH LITERATURE

IntroductionCourse available at: Pendleton, Eccles English Literature is a stimulating and well-established subject that generates great enthusiasm among students. It involves working on literary texts of all types – poetry, plays and novels – and covers both historical and contemporary writing. There are also significant opportunities on the course to develop creative writing skills linked to the reading you are doing.It is important to note that many of the more traditional universities (notably Oxford and Cambridge) offer English courses that are predominantly literature. English Literature AS/A2 is strongly recommended for students thinking about any of these higher education options.Course OutlineThe course will develop students' skills as both readers and writers. Year one will cover: Modern poetry and a modern play A comparative study of a 19th century and a 20th century novel The production of a creative writing piece (fiction) based on writers you will be studyi ... (Training Available by Salford College) ENGLISH LITERATURE

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English GCSE

Course outlineWhat is the course about?This course is for you if you want to extend the range of your reading, writing and speaking abilities. It will enable you to gain a qualification either to improve your job prospects or to meet the entry requirements for a teaching qualification. It follows the AQA adult syllabus and the qualification is gained through a combination of coursework and examination.What topics will we cover?- speaking and listening skills: giving and understanding information; expression and response; group discussion; developing vocabulary; oral presentations - types of writing: autobiography; creative writing; argument; persuasion; analysis - writing skills: sentence structure; spelling; punctuation; paragraphing; developing vocabulary - reading: a broad range of non-fiction including media texts; autobiography; texts from different cultures and traditions; argument, persuasion and analysis; a novel; a Shakespeare play and a selection of poetry - read ... (Training Available by City Lit) English GCSE

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Business English*

Business English*This advanced level course covers a wide range of business language skills, including presentations, public speaking, consultant interviews, problem solving, networking and debates. Students will be introduced to structures, expressions and vocabulary in specific business situations. They will also undertake several case studies that may help improve not only their English language skills, but business tactics as well. Widely regarded as the language of international business, English is essential to today's commercial environment, both for companies seeking to trade overseas and for employees wishing to develop careers in global industries. Some of the topics covered in the Business English syllabus include speaking naturally in social situations, replying to a formal invitations, telephone strategies, negotiating, corresponding by e-mail, and understanding commercial documents, reports and letters.5, 10, 15 hours a weekStarts on the first Monday of every monthPlaceme ... (Training Available by eCollege London) Business English*

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English, GCSE

English, GCSEGCSEAbout the CourseThis course is specifically intended for students in college who wish to improve their grade and for adults who wish to obtain a GCSE qualification. You will cover an interesting variety of work: reading newspaper articles and non-fiction texts such as autobiographies; writing your own fiction and non-fiction pieces; studying literary texts such as Shakespeare, poetry and short stories; looking at skills such as spelling, punctuation and grammar. There is also a speaking and listening element to the course, involving discussions, group work, roleplay activities and individual presentations.Course AimsTo develop your communication skills in writing and speaking, and to develop your understanding of a variety of written texts, including Shakespeare and poetry.What are the entry requirements?Many students who take this course will already have taken GCSE at school and want to improve the grade they achieved first time. However, we also welcome students ... (Training Available by Totton College Services to Business) English, GCSE

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English with Computing

This semi-intensive course is one of our most popular training programmes, intended for students who would like to develop their English language skills as well as learning basic computer programmes and the Internet.The course covers the following subjects: English Language Training - This is Our standard, classroom based General English programme (15 hours a week, Monday to Friday)E-learning - Modern, computer based English language training using the most up-to-date methods and technology.IT Training - Computer based training towards the widely recognised 'European Computer Driving Licence - ECDL' certification. This certification programme includes the following: ♦Basic Concepts of Information Technology ♦Using the Computers and Managing Files ♦Word-processing ♦Spreadsheets ♦Databases and Filing Systems ♦Presentation ♦Information and Communication.Free Internet AccessMembership to the Access College London Students Club Full-Time:20 ... (Training Available by Access College London) English with Computing

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GCSE English

GCSE English Location – Beeston / Morley / RothwellDuration – 1 year How and what will I learn? You will study a variety of texts including Shakespeare, poetry and modern media. At the heart of the course is a strong focus on reading and writing skills, you can also receive high grades for the demonstration of speaking and listening skills. What qualification will I gain? GCSE English - a nationally recognised qualification, valued by both employers and Universities.Qualifications needed to start You will need to be currently able to work at level 1 but do not worry if you are unsure of what level you are at as we will establish this during your interview and assessment. During this assessment, you will also be required to complete a timed short writing task and should demonstrate a keen interest in the subject. Regular attendance and a dedication to complete work by key deadline dates are essential to your success. Progression on completion and Career Opportunities ... (Training Available by Joseph Priestley College) GCSE English

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General English

Our General English Courses are designed to offer students the opportunity to take top quality English classes and have the flexibility to experience all that makes Dublin so special. We offer our English programmes in the following formats:Standard format: - 20 lessons per weekIntensive format: - 25 lessons per weekSuper-intensive format – 30 lessons per weekStudents taking the standard format attend lessons from 09.00 - 13.00 with a 20 minute coffee break, Monday to Friday.Students choosing the Intensive course have additional lessons on Monday and Tuesday afternoons.Students choosing the super-intensive format have afternoon lessons from Monday to Thursday, inclusive.Classes are offered at the following levels:-Beginner, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper Intermediate, Advanced. (Council of Europe Levels A1 - C1)Standard Course: GE01Intensive Course: GE02Super Intensive Course: GE03 Commencement Dates Students may commence a General English Course on any Monday ... (Training Available by Alpha College of English) General English

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English Language

At South Birmingham College we are accredited by the British Council for our English language courses. They are designed to meet the needs of students who want to improve their English. English courses are offered at our Hall Green Campus, Digbeth Campus and the Women’s Academy. At present, we only accept international students who are 18 years old or over. We offer general English courses from beginner to advanced levels.There are five levels of classes: • Entry Level 1 (beginner) • Entry Level 2 (pre-intermediate) • Entry Level 3 (intermediate) • Level 1 (upper-intermediate) • Level 2 (advanced).Courses are designed to provide students with the English language skills needed to live, work or study in an English-speaking country. We also offer part-time courses in the evenings and weekends which run for 6 hours per week.Students will generally progress one level per academic year, however many students can learn more quickly and move through the levels a ... (Training Available by South Birmingham College) English Language

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Additional English Courses & Classes

English?(BA)

Marc Wolterbeek, Ph.D., Chair, Department of English (650) 508-3708, mwolterbeek@ndnu.edu Bachelor of Arts in EnglishThe English Department provides students with a broad intellectual foundation in literature and culture while strengthening their abilities to express ideas in clear, accurate prose. In addition to studying classics of British and American literature, majors read literature of the world, Western and non-Western, as well as literature written by women and by persons of color. The department offers courses in advanced writing, technical writing, and creative writing, including the award-winning campus literary magazine, The Bohemian . The study of language and literature offers students an enjoyable, challenging liberal education that professionals consider the best general preparation for any career. The insights students obtain from great writers and thinkers of the past and present, along with the analytical skills they acquire from close study of writte ... (Training Available by Notre Dame de Namur University) English?(BA)

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English LiteratureALV-04-11

Course DetailsWhy study English Literature AS Level?Story telling has been around for centuries and our understanding of life is often based on what we have read. AS English Literature focuses on the study of literature from both the past and the present. It enables you to explore set texts in detail as well as giving you the confidence to investigate and express your own ideas. If you enjoy reading and writing and want to expand your knowledge and understanding of texts then AS English Literature is the course for you.What’s on the course?We’ll be studying modern poetry where you’ll focus closely on one poet, this year you’ll be studying Carol Ann Duffy and you also get the chance to look at a comparative text, the poetry of Sheenagh Pugh. We’ll then move onto the drama element of the course where you’ll enjoy Brian Friel\'s Dancing at Lughnasa.You will also need to complete a coursework folder which will include three pieces of work based around yo ... (Training Available by Trafford College) English LiteratureALV-04-11

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English Language

English LanguageApply for this DegreeMSc (1 year full-time) English LanguageSeptember 2011September 2012MSc (2 years part-time) English LanguageSeptember 2011September 2012Find out more English Language School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences College of Humanities and Social Science Fees & costsFees: www.registry.ed.ac.uk Additional costs: £200Contact informationTel: +44 (0) 131 651 5002 Email: PPLSPG@ed.ac.uk Address:PPLS Postgraduate Office Dugald Stewart Building Edinburgh EH8 9ADEntry RequirementsA good first degree in a broadly relevant discipline, for example any modern or classical language, English literature, or history. Candidates are encouraged to contact the programme director with any questions about the suitability of entry qualifications.In addition to the supporting documents requested on the application form, candidates are asked to submit a personal statement.International students Information by country English language requirements Progra ... (Training Available by Moray House School of Education) English Language

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GENERAL ENGLISH

Our general English courses are 25/26 weeks long and are based on a well tested syllabus following the well known Headway course book series with various supplementary materials both authentic and graded (specially prepared for each level). Upon course completion, our students are required to take a final TIE exam (Test of Interactive English - for more information at www.tie.ie) at the end of their course and are awarded with a certificate. Our classrooms are spacious and the number of students never exceeds 15. Classes run daytime 9am to 6pm, 4 days a week.Liffey College runs its General English courses at six levels based on the Common European Framework for Languages (CEFR from level A1 to level C1).The following levels are available at our college:Beginners (A1)Elementary (A1)Pre-Intermediate (A2)Intermediate (B1)Upper-Intermediate (B2)Advanced (C1)Proficiency (C2) - Upon request and subject to enrollment numbers ... (Training Available by Liffey College) GENERAL ENGLISH

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English Literature

The Department of English approaches the study of literature and the craft of writing from a Christian perspective that recognizes faith as integral to all learning. We value language as created by God and words as the medium through which we best understand the human experience.Students have their choice of 4 different majors ranging from English literature, to journalism, to education. Through all majors, students can expect to be challenged, to read works from classic to contemporary, and to discern what it means to be a Christian reader and writer in a world that demands excellence. Our professors design classes that connect students to what they’re learning. Whether they’re enacting a Shakespeare scene or reading The Giver with an eighth grader from a local school, students engage in work that they love. And we keep classes small—usually between 8 and 20 students—to make space for lively discussion and participation.We also place a high priority in getting ... (Training Available by Bethel Seminary San Diego) English Literature

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PGCE English

Leeds Trinity University College offers Professional Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) (FHEQ Level 6) initial teacher training courses in a number of subject areas as well as the option to study for a Postgraduate Certificate in Education qualification (PGCert) (FHEQ Level 7).Why choose Leeds Trinity for PGCE English?We are a well-established provider of English teachers with strong links with schools in Yorkshire and across the North East. The employment rate of our students is very high. Our graduates have taken up teaching posts across the UK as well as within our partnership schools.The course qualifies you to teach English at 11-16 or 11-18, providing opportunities to develop particular interests at Key Stage 3, 4 or at Advanced Level.All PGCE trainees can also opt to complete Post-Graduate modules during the course, so taking the first steps towards gaining a Masters' Degree. ... (Training Available by Leeds Trinity & All Saints' College) PGCE English

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Business English

We offer Business English at pre-intermediate, intermediate, upper intermediate and advanced levels. We aim to improve the four main language skills, i.e. speaking, listening, reading and writing. Our business courses typically focus on the English business people need for the following tasks: negotiations, presentations, meetings, telephoning, e-mail and fax writing. We assist our clients to develop and use appropriate English language for making arrangements, expressing opinions and making suggestions. If necessary we also help our clients with the technical terminology for their job.Our approach is to tailor the course to the student’s specific needs and preferred learning styles. The following is a brief description of how we rise to meet the challenge of Business English at the Clare Language Centre. Needs Analysis Our first priority is to conduct an analysis of the client’s needs. In order to facilitate the client’s acquisition of the relevant set ... (Training Available by Clare Language Centre) Business English

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English with MCSA

English with MCSAGeneral EnglishOur General English programme offers you a balance of new language input and practice with fluency, writing, reading, listening and pronunciation, using modern course books and a wide range of our resource materials.You will be expected to participate in pair work, group work and be as active as possible in the classroom.AimsGeneral English courses at CGC aim to allow students to:improve their reading, writing, listening & speaking skillsincrease their English vocabularygain confidence with the English languageput the knowledge they gain in class to every day usemake steady progress through each levelCourse DesignA course book is assigned to each level that is used every day in class. It isvery important for students to buy this course book as it provides the basis ofthe course. A new course book is assigned each term. Supplementary materials are also used to add variety and consolidate the coursebook- based work. Teachers may set homework from ti ... (Training Available by Central Greenwich College) English with MCSA

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English Literature

This innovative new degree (which starts in 2009) allows you to explore a wide range of approaches to reading texts whilst developing your own creative writing skills. The course tutors have a strong record of publications and research - four members of our team have won Teaching Excellence awards in recent years.Our approach to literature is characterised by a commitment to the study of texts in contexts and by an attention to the debates and theories that all contemporary students of literature must engage with.The course is distinctive both in its focus on the differing roles the written word plays across cultures and in the opportunity it gives students to develop their own creative work as an integral part of the programme. Course structure Teaching is in the form of lectures, seminars and workshops. The English Literature team at Brighton is committed to student-centred learning, and has an emphasis on students sharing and developing their own voices and their own views. Areas of ... (Training Available by University of Brighton) English Literature

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Business English

A tailored course for those who can speakgeneral English but whose skills need refining for use atwork. The course will extend your vocabulary into areas relatingto your job and develop your fluency and spontaneity so thatyou are able to establish and sustain business relationshipswith confidence.It covers numerous aspects of business interactionfrom meetings to reviews.It incorporates business procedureand business protocol and ensures that students can deal confidentlywith any situation that arises at work.Course outcomes Situational : making a presentation, conducting a series of negotiations, using the telephone, socialising with clients with greater confidence, emailing in English, participating more actively in meetings.Lexical : developing the specific terminology relating to ... (Training Available by Manchester International College) Business English

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