Course Details

Summer Class: Conversational English

6,800.00

Businesses and individuals can take advantage of American English’s flagship Conversational English training program. Conversational English is an intensive 16-hour course in a fun, participatory, and immersive learning environment where clients will develop the speaking and listening skills they need to communicate effectively with native speakers. Emphasis is placed on proper sentence construction, the correct use of grammar, and the application of appropriate verb tenses.

Rate: Per person  |  Age: 10 to 15 years old  |  16 Hours

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Description

By the end of the course, students will have:

  • Identified the basic tenets of small talk, including good and bad topics for it
  • Identified common collocations and idioms to make small talk smoother and more natural
  • Applied small talk strategies in by asking proper follow-up questions

Hours: 16 hours
Group: up to 10 people
Age: 10 to 15 years old
Schedule: May 4, 2020

| 8am to 12nn

Outline

Module Topics Module Topics
Module 1 Meeting and greetings, names and address; numbers 0-10 and phone numbers 

  • Introducing yourself and friends
  • Saying hello and good-bye
  • Asking for names and phone numbers
  • Writing a list of names and phone numbers
Module 6 Transportation, family relationships, daily routines, days of the week.

  • Asking for and giving information about how people go to work or school
  • Talking about family members
  • Describing daily and weekly routines
  • Writing about you and your family
  • Reading about three people’s daily schedule
Module 2 Possessions, classroom objects, personal items, and locations in a room

  • Naming objects
  • Asking for and giving the locations of objects
  • Writing locations of objects

Cities and countries; adjectives of personality and appearance; numbers 11-103

  • Talking about cities and countries
  • Asking for and giving information about place origin, nationality, first language and age
  • Describing people
  • Writing questions requesting personal information
Module 7 Houses and apartments, rooms, furniture

  • Asking about and describing houses and apartments
  • Talking about the furniture in a room
  • Writing about your dream house
  • Reading about usual homes
Module 3 Clothing; colors, weather and seasons

  • Asking about and describing clothing and colors
  • Talking about weather and seasons
  • Finding the owners of objects
  • Writing questions about what people are wearing
Module 8 Jobs and workplace

  • Asking for and giving information about work
  • Giving opinions about job
  • Describing workday routines
  • Writing about job
  • Reading about four unusual jobs
Module 4 Clothing; colors, weather and seasons

  • Asking about and describing clothing and colors
  • Talking about weather and seasons
  • Finding the owners of objects
  • Writing questions about what people are wearing
Module 9 Food pyramid, basic foods, desserts, meals

  • Talking about food likes and dislikes
  • Giving opinions about healthy and unhealthy foods
  • Talking about foods you have and need
  • Describing eating habits
  • Writing questions about mealtime habits
  • Reading about foods people eat for good luck in the new year
Module 5 Clock time, time of the day, everyday activities

  • Asking and telling time
  • Asking about and describing current activities
  • Writing times of the day
  • Reading an online chat between two friends
Module 10 Sports, abilities and talents

  • Talking about sports you watch and play
  • Asking for and giving information about abilities and talents
  • Writing questions about sports

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