One-to-One In-house Cambridge English FCE & Learn IELTS Training


Product Description

Start Date: Continuous Enrolment

Duration: 12 weeks (2 hours per session)

Price: £1200

Level: Beginner to Advanced

Module: General and Academic

Intensive One-to-One In-house Cambridge English FCE and Learn IELTS training with maximum attention and focus on your weaknesses and development in the key skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking.

Our One-to-One In-house Cambridge English FCE and Learn IELTS training programme covers:

The development of target skills in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking

  • Speaking
  • Development of fluency and coherence
  • Expressing ideas and opinions
  • Lexical resource development
  • Development of vocabulary expansion
  • Extension of grammatical range and accuracy
  • Developing pronunciation and English pronunciation features
  • Development of Intonation, stress and rhythm
  • Developing confidence in speaking
  • Presenting personal information
  • Discussing familiar issues and habits
  • Sustaining unsupported long turn speech
  • Managing and organising the expression of ideas
  • Expressing and justifying views
  • Explaining
  • Displaying an understanding of conversational English rules
  • Listening
  • Development of listening and sub-listening skills
  • Listening for specific information
  • Listening for main ideas and supporting points
  • Understanding of speaker’s opinion
  • Phonological development of speaker accent and dialect
  • Reading
  • Scanning and skimming skills development
  • Developing understanding of main ideas
  • Development of reading skills for detail
  • Understanding attitude and opinion
  • Inference and innuendo meaning
  • Writing
  • Presenting, describing, interpreting and comparing data
  • Describing a process
  • Demonstrating appropriate and accurate English usage
  • Arguing and defending
  • Attacking points of view with supporting evidence
  • Presenting solutions to problems
  • Comparing and contrasting opinions supported by personal experience
  • Responding to task
  • Demonstrating familiarity in letter, report, email, formal and informal writing styles
  • Presenting opinions supported by personal experience
  • Examination technique