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TOEFL iBT Program
To Help You Achieve a Higher Score in 3 Months

* A student will be admitted based on his/her Level Test Score. Our TOEFL teachers will attempt to teach him/her but if he/she has too much difficulty, they will recommend that the student first take up General Education classes.

References:
ETS Official Guide to the New TOEFL iBT
(Singapore:Mcgraw Hill, 2006).
KAPLAN TOEFL iBT
(USA: Kaplan,Inc., 2005).
Mastering the New TOEFL Speaking-TSE,
ed. Charles Park
(USA: Westwood
English College Publishing, 2004).

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Company English
Program Description:
 This activity-based program aims to make use of the students’ acquired linguistic competence and to let them have the feel of the language as it is used in the company. The course syllabus is divided into two modules, hence, students can choose from these, depending on the module that would fit to their needs. The emphasis is on the communicative use of English with application on the pre-entry level to the On-The-Job use of English in the company. This program hopes to use technology for the further enhancement of the students’ linguistic skills.

Program Objectives:
• to expose students the use of English on real and simulated business situations
• to let the students experience in-class professional skills areas such as telephoning, presentations, interviews, negotiations business writing, etc.
• to familiarize students to useful phrases and vocabularies in the business context

Technical
Requirements : computer, LCD projector, speaker phone, television, telephone line & a simulation laboratory
Level :  Intermediate to Advanced Levels
Textbook :   Dignen, Bob. Communicating In Business English. New York, USA. Compass Publishing. 2003  and other materials to be provided by the teacher

 

Evaluation Procedure:
Attendance and Participation:
To be qualified for the certificate, students must:
• have a perfect attendance (not including exceptional circumstances - illness, accidents etc.)
• participate satisfactorily (in the opinion of the teacher) in tasks and group activities set

Students who failed to accomplish the above requirements may be allowed to complete the course but won’t receive the certificate.

Course Syllabus:

Company English A (2 months)

A.  English for the Telephone
• What makes a good telephone call?
• Making a call
• Switchboard speaking
• Opening a call
• Transferring information
• Communication difficulties
• Calling back
• Making appointments
• Complaining
• Closing a call
• Cross-cultural tips/Audio conferencing
• Golden rules

B. English for Negotiating
• What makes a successful negotiation?
• The negotiator and key terms
• Opening – creating the right climate
• Agreeing on an agenda
• Opening statements – stating your position
• Clarifying positions
• Making and responding to proposals
• Bargaining
• Handling conflict and resolving sticking points
• Closing a negotiation
• Negotiating – an overview
• Phrasal verbs and idioms for negotiating
• Cross-cultural tips
• Golden rules

C. English for Presentations
• What makes a good presentation?
• Starting
• Signaling – linking the parts
• Highlighting and emphasizing
• Engaging your audience
• Visual aids – design and type
• Visual aids – describing charts
• Body language – being persuasive
• Communicating styles
• Closing a presentation
• Handling questions
• Presenting at a glance
• Cross-cultural tips
• Golden rules

Company English B (2 months)

A.  Writing For International Business: E-mails, Letters and Reports
• Successful Writing
• Organizing information
• The business letter – layout
• Correspondence phrases
• Model letters
• Writing clearly – extra points
• The business report – layout
• Connecting words
• E-mail
• The perfect résumé
• Grammar and spelling check
• Punctuation
• Getting technical
• Golden rules

B. English for Socializing
• First meetings
• Social Phrases – responding
• Talking about jobs
• Talking about family and relationships
• Talking about home
• Talking about interests and sport
• Talking about movies and stage shows
• Talking about vacations
• Talking about business environment
• Talking about health and lifestyle
• Making invitations
• Eating out
• Saying good-bye
• Cross-cultural tips

C. English for Interviews
• Preparing for your interview
• Assessing you skills
• Six Answers Interviewers Need to Hire You
• Response strategies for frequently asked questions
• Random Questions
• Practice makes perfect
• Mock Interview

Field Trip: (Optional)

Possible venues for field trip:
• Conferences
• Symposiums
• Seminars
• Trade fairs
• Manufacturing plants

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MULTI-MEDIA GROUP CLASS

n response to the communicative approach of learning a language, the multi-media class was created as one strategy that will hasten the acquisition of English as a second language.

Students shall learn how to grasp the main idea and supporting idea of a particular film. Materials were selected to integrate all lessons that they have learned in their man to man class. Films were chosen to provide a natural exposure that will facilitate the acquisition of English language.

Program Syllabus for Two Months

The purpose of the 1st and 2nd week is to prepare the students for the upcoming topics and activities that would be dealt within the duration of their stay. Constant reminder and encouragement is needed in this stage because it’s in these weeks that would determine the students’ ability to cope under extreme pressure. The students usually feel incapacitated, lacking and shocked, that is why monitoring of their progress is a must. The sequence of the schedule need not be followed for the reason that it depends on the situation at hand (based on the student’s ability and capacity). At times you would start at the end and work your way up and vice versa. As long as the goal is met it is up to the teacher’s prerogative on how he/she would handle the class.

1st week
Typical conversation, Reading and Book Report
a.  children story (And I can read books, Fairy tales )
b.  discussion

2nd week
Movie Watching and Script Transcription (animation)
a.  Spirited Away (without caption)
b.  Kiki’s Delivery Service (without caption)
c.  Grave of the Fire Fly (without caption)

3rd week
Movie Review (Movies may vary)

4th week
Film Showing (Movies and Show may vary)

 

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asic Writing (2 mos.)


Course Description: This course is an introductory writing course designed to help you begin to feel comfortable about your writing and understand and develop your own writing processes.  You will accomplish these goals by:
1) learning the technicalities of writing,
2) learning to recognize and write for an audience,
3) learning to understand your purpose(s) for writing, and
4) learning about and developing strategies to enable you to begin, work through, and complete
writing assignments.

Course Outline:
I. Technicalities of writing
cA. Capitalization
...B. Punctuation
...C. Paragraphing
...D. Outlining

II. Writing journal entries
...A. Tips and techniques

III. Writing the essay
...A.  Expository
...B.  Cause and Effect
...C.  Definition
...D.  Comparison/Contrast
...E.  Argumentative
...F.  Literary

IV. Writing letters
...A.  Business
...B.  Friendly
...C.  Letter to the editor

COURSE SCHEDULE

WEEK 1
...Day 1 - Getting-to-know-each-other
...............Intro to the course
...............Diagnostic test (introduce themselves in writing)
...Day 2 - Technicalities of writing
............- capitalization
............- punctuation
............- exercises
...Day 3 -Technicalities of writing
............ - paragraphing
.............- identifying the main idea of a paragraph
.............- exercises
...Day 4 - Technicalities of writing
............- thesis statement
............- outlining (sample outlines: DARYL / AIDS)
............- activity
...............1. give the students a piece of writing to outline
...............2. think of a topic to be outlined
...Day 5 - Grammar review
.............- sentence construction
.............- verb form
.............- subject-verb agreement
.............- parallelism
.............- tense consistency
.............- reported speech
.............- conjunctions
.............- clauses and phrases

WEEK 2
...Day 6 - Submission of the outlines
.............- Writing Expository Essay
.............- Prewriting
...Day 7 - Submission of the first draft
...Day 8  - Submission of the second draft
...Day 9  - Submission of the final draft
..Day 10 - Writing Cause and Effect Essay
.............- Prewriting
WEEK 3
...Day 11 - Submission of the first draft
...Day 12  - Submission of the second draft
...Day 13 - Submission of the final draft
...Day 14 - Writing Definition Essay
..............- Prewriting
...Day 15 - Submission of the first draft

WEEK 4
...Day 16 - Submission of the second draft
...Day 17 - Submission of the final draft
...Day 18 - Writing Comparison/Contrast Essay
..............- Prewriting
...Day 19 - Submission of the first draft
...Day 20 - Submission of the second draft

WEEK 5
...Day 21 - Submission of the final draft
...Day 22 - Writing Argumentative or Pro-Con Essay
..............- Prewriting
...Day 23 - Submission of the first draft
...Day 24 - Submission of the second draft
...Day 25 - Submission of the final draft

WEEK 6
...Day 26 - Writing Literary Essay
..............- Prewriting
...Day 27 - Submission of the first draft
...Day 28 - Submission of the second draft
...Day 29 - ubmission of the final draft
...Day 30 - Writing a friendly letter
..............- Prewriting

WEEK 7
...Day 31 - Submission
...Day 32 - Writing a business letter
...Day 33 - Submission
...Day 34 - Writing a letter to the editor
...Day 35 - Submission

WEEK 8  FINAL WEEK
...Day 36
...Day 37
...Day 38
...Day 39 - SUBMISSION OF FINAL REQUIREMENTS
...Day 40 

 

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