ESL Intermediate Level 1 is designed to develop students’ speaking, presenting, writing and reading skills, focusing on professional life.
Students will start to explore more advanced grammar and vocabulary and how to apply it in a business context.
Students wishing to start at Intermediate Level 1 will have to do a Focus College language assessment test before joining the course.
Students will be able to express themselves clearly and confidently in a broad range of professional and every day situations, both orally and in writing.
They will be able to start to participate meaningfully in meetings, discussions and negotiations and will have learned to present their ideas more clearly and precisely on a wide variety of topics.
They will be able to prepare and react to emails, short reports, and other written documents and communication. They will also be introduced to presentations and further develop their job application skills.
The final mark is made up of homework, class participation, and test at the end of the course.
Students need an overall mark of 70% or better to progress to the next course.
Minimum age 18.
Successful completion of Pre-Intermediate 2 or placement with the Focus College language placement test.
12 weeks, 2 times 2 hours a week, evenings (48 hours)
Minimum 80% class attendance is required.
Complete all homework and tests.
Final score of 70% or better.