Learning English Vocabulary Reinforce Ability in Speaking and Writing

Program: English Vocabulary and Competency Development

Goal: Developing adequate English Vocabulary that will reinforce one’s ability to speak and write effectively.
English vocabulary plays an important role in speaking and writing. It makes up the construction of the both the spoken and written forms of the English language. The same is true with any other languages in the world. 
Brief Summary:
This program is designed to develop and increase adequate supply of vocabulary of the learner(s) in order to gain proficiency in communicating by either verbal or written forms of the English language. 
By learning many essential functions of vocabulary, it will result to effectiveness in communicating . Learning sessions provide interactive action-oriented, results driven, competency-based that are applicable in any setting within personal environment, business, relationships and daily transactions.

The Whole Language influences the intent of anyone who likes to learn, improve and gain proficiency in English communication. This educational philosophy will create the experience of a meaningful exchange of discussions, verbal interactions among individuals within different settings, performing a job or searching a new job, like a native speaker of English.

Our experienced American Coaches / Trainers use techniques that overcome the identified difficulties of Learner(s) and they complement to increase the current level of proficiency. These various learning approaches will sustain results through interactive, effective, easy-to-experience with realistic impact to identified difficulties. Activities will change progressively in order to support the growing level of proficiency which results to demonstrable skills and effectiveness.
Vocabulary Development:
Using Vocabulary Effectively:

What is the Role of Vocabulary in Writing?

Writing is the tangible language form which illustrates ideas and thoughts concretely. This is something that another person can read in many different media whether in a printed material, electronic forms, digital devices or anything that can be held, touched or see.

Today, when students say, “I like to learn writing” what do they actually mean?

There are many areas of writing that are important to know about. Which of the many fundamentals of writing do students like to learn? In some instances depending on the level of learning needs, or current level of schooling of the student in need of writing lessons – a coach or tutor can easily determine where to begin when the student identifies where the deficiencies in writing are.

When you learn the technicalities of writing effectively, the following are basic areas to pay attention with.
1. Legible writing illustrations when done manually by hand
2. Readability with style, context and passionate illustrations when done electronically
3. Subject matter
4. Number and tense agreement
5. Action words and descriptions
6. Use of words or vocabulary
7. Time and location
8. Effective usage of the Other parts of Speech of the language
9. Cultural implications of thoughts
10. Audience

As the learner advanced to more specific areas of writing, depending on where this language form will be needed, there are lessons that can be learned. Experienced professionals in many areas of this type of language forms and types of its use can easily be used as resource.

Twelve Modular Sessions of two hours each
Intensive Program Participation
Continuing Progress Proficiency Evaluation
Competency Demonstration + COC

Terms and Fee Schedule:
1. Tuition Fees are pre-paid
2. 2:12 Intensive and interactive Sessions
3. Customized class topics based on learner’s assessed proficiency
4. Coaching class type: 1 on 1, dyad, or clusters of 3, max of 10 per class
5. Learner’s Centered: Whole Language Approach and Results-oriented Methodologies
6. Cancellation: 48 hours’ Notice

After completing this class you must have: – gained an intermediate to advanced proficiency in Conversational English for Business or Personal Use
– acquired handy techniques in speaking fluently with anyone without hesitation and fear
– assimilated the competency demonstrating communication skills, with correct use of grammatical functions in both conversational, speaking and writing, including culture and social implications of the English language within business or personal settings.

American Coach Background:
Over 18 years of experience in teaching English Language Courses (basic to advanced curricula) among college students, adults and young adults, ESL/ESOL students from many countries like Vietnam, Japan, S. Korea, the Philippines, China, Mexico, France and other non-English speaking countries. Career professional in both private and public environments. Have worked with clients in over 40 countries. Students acquired better opportunities in career and living after speaking English fluently.

Coached, trained and tutored business professionals whose mother tongue is not English. These include multinational executives, employees and their family members. Demonstrated English proficiency was helpful in the performance of their duties and responsibilities within an English speaking country.

For more details and information, please call +1 650 241 3207 or send an email to: info@ideasnconversations.com

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For inquiries please call: +1 (650) 241-3207 or email us to: info@ideasnconversations.com 


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