B1 English Conversation for Fluency
|Period||24.04.2023 to 26.06.2023|
Diana Elvie Christensen
|Location||Borgergade 12, 1. sal|
Mon 17:00 - 19:30
|Reduced price||DKK 1,985|
Mon 17:00 - 19:30
Speak English fluently and pronounce the language correctly
This course is for you if you want to broaden your vocabulary and learn how to pronounce English correctly. This course is designed to get you to talk together as much as possible and improve your fluency and confidence.
The topics will be selected according to what you and the other students would like to talk about, but we usually discuss some of the following subjects: social media, travel and health and fitness. There will also be a focus on using language to handle everyday, practical situations such as ordering food in a restaurant, cooking and recipes, asking for and giving directions and checking into a hotel.
Because you learn many new words on the course, there will also be a focus on pronunciation such as syllables and word stress and you will learn some new techniques for pronouncing the language correctly.
This is not a grammar course, but at this level, grammatical mistakes are quite common and they can stop you holding a fluent and accurate conversation. So your teacher will spend some time explaining any grammar mistakes that you and your fellow students make.
Some lessons will be based on role-plays, where you will work together in groups to solve a particular task. These fun lessons have been developed by the teachers to get you to talk together as much as possible.
Preparation time: approx. 1-2 hours.
Material will come from a variety of sources and be handed out in class or via the on-line learning platform Moodle.
Overview of the course layout and material
You will receive access to our online digital platform, Moodle. Moodle provides a comprehensive overview of the entire course. You will also be able to contact your classmates and discuss the activities taking place in your class.
On Moodle you can:
- see the plan for the course, the individual teaching sessions and homework
- see teaching materials including extra materials such as videos
- communicate with your teacher and your fellow students
- follow up and catch up on lessons missed if you are absent during the course
There is a maximum of 16 students in this class.