Course in ESL in Oceania

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Courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas.

ESL, or English as a Second Language, is an academic curriculum that focuses on developing English speaking and comprehension skills in students who do not speak it natively. Spelling, reading, writing, and vocabulary are common focus areas.

Oceania consists of islands of the southern, western, and central Pacific Ocean, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. The term is sometimes extended to encompass Australia, New Zealand, and the Malay Archipelago.

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Course in International Secondary School Bridging Programme

SACE English Colleges
Campus Full time 12 - 48 weeks Open Enrollment Australia Adelaide Hobart Cannonvale Melbourne + 3 more

This course aims to prepare students for Secondary School study in Adelaide and Melbourne. The minimum English proficiency level for entry into this programme is intermediate. [+]

Courses in ESL in Oceania 2018. International Secondary School Bridging Programme This course aims to prepare students for Secondary School study in South Australia, Adelaide. The minimum English proficiency level for entry into this programme is intermediate. The students’ English language skills are systematically developed in the macro skill areas of reading, writing, speaking and listening. The development of these skills are linked with and based on the language tasks required of them in their high school programme. Placement On arrival at the South Australian College of English, the Whitsundays College of English and the Tasmanian College of English students are tested and placed in a General English language class of an appropriate level. General English Language Course The General English Language Programme focuses on developing the students’ English skills in the four macro skill areas of: speaking, listening, reading, writing. These classes are highly interactive, encouraging students to communicate in real‐life situations. Students will continue their studies in our general English language class until their English has reached a sufficient level to allow them to progress to the High School Bridging Programme. English for Academic Purposes Independent learning habits and good study skills are essential skills for Secondary School students in Australia. Skills covered in this component include: Cultural / academic orientation Note‐taking Research skills Skimming and scanning techniques Essay writing Oral presentation skills Secondary School Orientation Secondary School orientation and organised school visits are arranged to familiarise students with South Australian Secondary Schools. High School Partners Scotch College... [-]

Courses in English for Tertiary Studies (ETS)

SACE English Colleges
Campus Full time 12 - 48 weeks Open Enrollment Australia Adelaide Hobart Cannonvale Melbourne + 3 more

SACE English for Tertiary Studies Courses are for students planning to study at an Australian University, TAFE, VET or Hospitality Institution. The courses are designed for students who need to improve their English language to meet admission requirements of the tertiary institutions. [+]

The English for Tertiary Studies (ETS) SACE English for Tertiary Studies Courses are for students planning to study at an Australian University, TAFE, VET or Hospitality Institution. The courses are designed for students who need to improve their English language to meet admission requirements of the tertiary institutions. SACE ETS courses include academic English training in: Academic reading and critical analysis

Academic writing

Academic listening and note‐taking

Oral presentations and tutorials

Research and study skills

Grammar Entry requirements: ETS I / IELTS Preparation: SACE Intermediate / IELTS 5.0 / equivalent ... [-]


English as a Second Language, (ESL)

English Training Lounge
Campus Full time September 2018 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Argentina Buenos Aires Colombia Bogotá Brazil Rio de Janeiro Chile Santiago Mexico Mexico City Dubai Thailand Bangkok China Beijing India Delhi Vietnam Hanoi Hong Kong Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Saudi Arabia Riyadh South Korea Seoul Shanghai Singapore Taiwan Taipei Japan Tokyo Indonesia Jakarta Spain Barcelona Germany Berlin Switzerland Bern + 39 more

Our English as a Second Language, (ESL) course is primarily for students with limited to moderate English experience who want to learn and develop their English skills. The over all aim of ESL programme is to develop and prepare and guild students to take their English abilities in whichever direction they want.

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Courses in ESL in Oceania 2018. English as a Second Language, (ESL) English Training Lounge - The Professional's Choice Our English as a Second Language, (ESL) course is primarily for students with limited to moderate English experience who want to learn and develop their English skills. The over all aim of ESL programme is to develop and prepare and guild students to take their English abilities in whichever direction they want. This could be towards, IELTS, TOEFL, ESP or any other English pathway. The ESL programme focuses on developing the learner's English skills, such as: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The programme centers around listening comprehension, speaking practice, reading, and intensive general vocabulary development. The ESL Programme is ideal for all wanting to develop or learn English as a Second Language. Course Overview As with all ETL courses, we offer flexible training times, including evenings and weekends if needed. The ETL English as a Second Language course follows a task and communicative based approach to teaching and learning. The programme requires the learner to discover English use and skills via tasks and communication between the trainer, other learners and the outside world, such as TV, music, reading authentic text and speaking. The ESL course focuses on General English study combined with English Skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Unlike many other ESL courses, English Training Lounge actively teaches grammar points, including parts of speech and tenses. Every element of our ESL course encourages the learner to actually use and understand... [-]

English for Academic Purposes in the UK (Age 14 to 18)

Kingdom Education
Campus Full time Part time July 2018 United Kingdom Cambridge USA Beverly Hills Australia Canberra Sydney Brisbane Melbourne Canada Calgary Westminster Durham Saint Andrews New Zealand Dunedin Auckland Christchurch Wellington Berkeley Hills Amherst + 19 more

You will not be alone if you feel a little nervous about the day-to-day business of university study – and native speakers are often just as worried as you are! This course shows you how you can meet the challenges ahead of you. [+]

English for Academic Purposes in the UK (Age 14 to 18) You will not be alone if you feel a little nervous about the day-to-day business of university study – and native speakers are often just as worried as you are! This course shows you how you can meet the challenges ahead of you. Language guide: for this course, we recommend at least these levels of English: 6.5 (IELTS) / 110 (TOEFL iBT) / C1 (CEF) / CAE. What is EAP? As an introduction to the course, you’ll be looking at the scope of EAP and how it ties in with general study skills. Reading: How will you cope with a long reading list? Here you’ll find out how you can absorb information quickly and effectively. Listening: In an academic context, listening skills relate largely to lectures. You’ll pick up some really valuable tips for listening well, and also for taking useful notes. Writing: For many subjects, you’ll have to write essays. Today, you’ll be working at improving your approach to essays, and to other pieces of academic writing. Speaking: Most university courses will require you to attend seminars, possibly to take a lead role, but certainly to say something! This unit will help you to gain the confidence needed to take advantage of seminars. Preparing for a seminar (a): For the remainder of the course, you’ll be working on a seminar in which everyone in the class will take part. But first of all, you need to use your... [-]