- Bringing all the students to the level required for validation (590 IPT TOEFL, 825 TOEIC, 7 IELTS). This level is the B2 level of CEFRL ("Independent User - Vantage"). IMPORTANT: the English course is compulsory for students below the threshold level.
- Bringing as many students as possible up to the C1 level of CEFRL ("Proficient User - Effective Operational Proficiency")
- Extending knowledge of the Anglo-Saxon world and of its diversity.
- Improving methodological and rhetorical skills to achieve structured thinking and precise expression.
TOEFL, grammatical consolidation, expanding vocabulary, basic linguistic competences, interactivity, debating, civilisation, Anglo-Saxon, United States, United Kingdom, methodology, rhetoric, adjustment, efficiency, credibility, excellence
- Intensive oral-comprehension exercises (long and demanding material)
- Speaking in small student groups: mini-dialogues, simulations, debates, presentations.
- Preparing for the TOEFL ITP test.
- Depending on levels: Revising grammar, expanding vocabulary and idioms, and improving pronunciation. Studying the civilisation of Anglo-Saxon countries. Notably, acquiring the knowledge and using the interpretative tools to understand the American society from a political, economic, social, societal, geopolitical, and cultural angle. Making students aware of global environmental and social issues.
- Understanding oral and written English.
- Interacting and expressing oneself in English whatever the context.
- Comprehending the cultural and civilisational features of the Anglo-Saxon world.
- Participating to and leading a debate.
Know-how = 50% final exam +50% continuous assessment.