Basic English for Educators

Rating: 5/53 users

All our courses take place at London Metropolitan university. There is an additional 110 euro registration fee covering all admin, materials and currency conversion costs. Prices in pounds stirling are available on our website.

Course Outline
This intensive English language course Is aimed at staff involved in education with a low level of English (around A1-A2) who want to gain enough language and confidence to have basic conversations in English. For those involved in teaching It also shows a model of future teaching and learning of English.
As well as learning to do simple things such as order food and drink, say what they want/need to do and make simple requests, student will learn to give and ask about basic opinions, likes and dislikes etc. people taking the course will also learn and practice their English through daily cultural activities and social activities with the teacher that happen outside the class.

There are 12.5 hours in the classroom plus 6 hours outside on cultural visits (minimum 3). There will be also be social events in the evening and weekend that will give you further opportunity practice your English with other participants and your tutors.

Content
All participants will receive a very simple questionnaire before the course to explain talk about themselves and check their level. The content and timetable can change depending on the students in the class but may cover areas such as:

introductions
work
family
opinions
travel and getting around
places to see
plans
meeting people
entertainment
sport and free time
my country
food & restaurants
experiences
education


Outcomes
After this course participants will have more confidence in hearing and speaking English. They will be able to have very basic conversations about:
• their work
• their free time
• their home and country
• their opinions on a variety of things
• the past present and future
They will also have seen and got to know London and had opportunities to practice their English in real contexts.

Check it’s the course for you:
My English is not very strong (A1/A2)
I want to learn to have basic conversations

If it’s not for you:
My English is better than B1 or above - try English Boost
I am a complete beginner - we would advise you to take an initial course in your own country first. Some vocabulary knowledge, alphabet recognition and knowledge of numbers and words such as I, you, good, bad, is expected.
We are a group who want to study together or you want a tailored course - contact Andrew Walkley

Course organiser
Lexical Lab
Location
London, United Kingdom


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Upcoming sessions

27.07.2020 > 07.08.2020 (Confirmed)
Register before 26.06.2020

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Attended 29.07.2019 - 09.08.2019

This summer from 29 July to 9 August, I took the Basic English Course at Lexical Lab in London. It was the first experience for me and it was very interesting. Andrew encouraged us a lot, so I learned many new words, how to use verbs, adjectives and pronouns. Andrew gave us a lot of material for praticing and he was very clear in his expositions. The visit that we maked out of the classroom with Andrew in the afternoon were interesting, because they were usefull to create a good relationship among students. I suggest to everyone this experience. Thanks to Andrew and Hugh

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Attended 31.07.2017 - 11.08.2017

I have improved my listening and speaking competences through communicative activities working in pairs and small groups. Besides that I have developed social and linguistic competences communicating with other participants and facing real life situations.

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Attended 31.07.2017 - 11.08.2017

it’s a special experience. I'm happy to had this opportunity.

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Lexical Lab
Lexical Lab
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