The aim of the speaking class is to get students talking about everyday topics and to introduce essential thematic vocabulary which will enable them to effectively communicate in real-world contexts. After being introduced new vocabulary items, students will be prompted to answer questions relating to specific topics. With our teachers’ help, students will progress from […]
English Language Training Course
Enjoy 25 hours/week of instructor-led classes over the course of 39 weeks,
Build a solid foundation of useful vocabulary and grammar knowledge,
Improve reading and listening comprehension as well as writing and speaking skills,
Practice new knowledge and skills with a variety of activities and exercises, and
Monitor your progress through weekly coursework portfolio evaluations.
The writing class teaches students how to produce writing that is organized, coherent, and purposeful. Initially students will learn how to form paragraphs of varying lengths, and then they will progress to composing essays and other longer pieces of writing. Our classes combine the following four elements that are key to a high quality piece
The Reading class will enhance students’ fundamental comprehension skills and help them shape a successful approach to reading tasks found in many language assessment tests. This class combines practice and skill-building. Students will improve their scanning and skimming skills, and they will become proficient at answering not only questions that focus on details, main ideas
Franklin English Language College offers students vocabulary classes that focus on the acquisition of essential English words. The 123 Killer Word Clusters are your number-one weapon in the conquest of the English Language. Equipped with these advanced words, you will be able to confidently write essays in English and to understand complex reading passages. A
Grammar is the backbone of the English language and students must learn grammar rules so that they can create grammatically correct sentences and communicate effectively. Our beginner grammar course is divided into units that focus on the parts of speech of the English language. Each unit consists of the basic grammar rules related to a
Many English words can be broken down into three parts: a prefix, a root and a suffix. Take for example the word illegible. It can be broken down into il– (prefix which means not) + –leg– (root which means read) + –ible (suffix which means capable of). Therefore, the word illegible means difficult to read.
This course is designed to give students a solid foundation in the English language as a means of communication and study, with both a focus on specific skills and an emphasis on the integration of each aspect. Students will improve their ability to read, listen, write and speak in the English language as a basis
Learning Objectives: Students will improve their ability to read, listen, write and speak in the English language as a basis for TOEFL or IELTS exam preparation. In order to achieve these objectives, student progress will be tracked through daily exercises and activities. In addition, instructors will provide students with written feedback on a weekly basis
This course is designed to give students a solid foundation in the English language as a means of communication and academic study, with both a focus on specific skills and an emphasis on the integration of each aspect. The course is organized on 3 levels of proficiency: ESL Essentials 099, ESL Essentials 100 and ESL