Occupational English Language Training

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING
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Objectives
MYG-Talent English for Academic purposes Programme – The goal of this course is to measurably build on students’ academic English language skills by engaging them in listening, speaking, reading, writing. And grammar learning activities that are relevant to real world encounters in professional workplace environments.

LISTENING
At the completion of the course, students will be able to
1. Use academic listening strategies; including prediction, identification of main ideas and specific details.
2. Respond appropriately to spoken instructions.
3. Recognize formal and informal spoken English

SPEAKING
At the completion of the course, students will be able to
1. Speak with appropriate accuracy and fluency using basic and moderately complex sentence structures.
2. Verbally connect ideas in paragraph-like discourse
3. Use appropriate verbal intonation and rhythm
4. Express advice and personal opinions with supporting information
5. Make formal and informal oral presentations.

READING
At the completion of the course, students will be able to
1. Read and comprehended authentic English language publications relating to professional life; including print and online newspapers, brochures, and internet-based communication platforms.
2. Demonstrate a working knowledge of appropriate reading and pre-reading strategies; including scanning, annotating predicting outcomes, making inferences, and identifying stated or implied main ideas and supporting details.
3. Increase reading rate.
4. Understand a writer`s purpose.

WRITING AND GRAMMAR
At the completion of the course, students will be able to
1. Demonstrated an at-level understanding and application of grammar rules; including the appropriate use of verb tense, subject-verb agreement, modals, personal pronouns, and articles.
2. Use adverbs and adjective clauses.
3. Use comparative and superlative forms
4. Use gerund and infinitive forms