ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSE

ENGLISH language is important for studies, exams, professional communication, career, job and social groups. Like any other language, it is connected with employment and learning. eDelta faculty are trained in national and international certifications and offer language skills, cultural orientation and communication skills.

CERTIFICATE LEVEL AND TITLE

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) categorises the levels of English course for practical outcomes. This is the framework followed for the development of the courses.

The CEFR is used all around the world. It is a practical tool that can be used to organise study content in classes, curriculum, learning resources and exams. The level-based approach are explained as follows:

  • Clear learning objectives: our level-based exams clearly show the skills that need to be mastered at each level
  • Better progress: our research suggests that level-based exams are motivating and children enjoy moving up the language learning ladder one step at a time. They are also more aware of what they need to work on next to progress.
  • More feedback for parents: schools say that Cambridge English Qualifications help them to increase communication with parents. They say that parents are more aware of their child’s strengths and weaknesses, and more able to support their child with their learning and motivation.
  • Develop test confidence: our research suggests that learners feel less anxiety if they have taken an exam at the previous level. With our level-based exams, children can develop their skills step by step – building their confidence and preparing them for taking more difficult exams in the future.
Level Listening skills Speaking skills Reading skills Writing skills
  This example is about having a social conversation This example is about buying items in a shop This example is about reading postcards/letters This example is about writing letters/messages
A1 Can take part in basic, factual conversations. For example, ‘Where does your rabbit live?’ ‘It lives in my garden.’ Can go to a shop where goods are on display and ask for what they want. For example, ‘Can I have this drink, please?’ Can understand simple information from a penfriend. For example, ‘My name is Anita. I’m 16 and I go to school in India.’ Can write a simple message saying where they have gone and what time they will be back. For example, ‘Gone to school. Back at 2 p.m.’
A2 Can take part in ‘small talk’ and express simple opinions. For example, ‘This looks like a good party.’ ‘Yes, and everyone’s wearing funny clothes.’ Can ask for what they want and exchange basic information with other customers. For example, who was first in the queue. Can understand letters with simple descriptions of people, events, ideas and opinions. For example, ‘I am sad because it is raining.’ Can write a short letter with basic factual information. For example, their name, age, where they live, etc.
B1 Can take part in a casual conversation for a reasonable period of time. For example, ‘How was your camping holiday this year? Did you get washed away in all that rain?’ ‘When we got there the campsite was closed because of flooding. But we were really lucky – the holiday company offered us a cottage instead for the same price.’   Can go to a counter service shop (where goods are not on display) and ask for most of what they want. Can understand letters with a range of personal opinions. Can write simple letters stating facts and events.
B2 Can take part in conversations on a range of topics. For example, conversations about events currently in the news. Can bargain for what they want and ask effectively for a refund or exchange an item. Can understand what is said in personal letters, even where colloquial (informal) language is used. Can write letters expressing opinions and giving reasons.
C1 Can take part in conversations on a range of abstract topics with a good amount of fluency and a variety of expressions. Can deal with complex and sensitive transactions. Can read quickly enough to cope with an academic course. Can write letters on any subject with good expression and accuracy.

THE COURSE WILL HELP YOU TO PREPARE FOR CAMBRIDGE CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION,
ON CLEARING SAME YOU GET ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATE

LEVEL A1

LEVEL A2

LEVEL B1

LEVEL B2

LEVEL C1

COURSE HOURS AND DURATION

Participant Type Exposure to English Duration in Months & Hours Content Hours Fees
School level -Class 5 to 10; beginners at any level  Not Good beforehand 4 Months
75 hours

One hour,
5 days a
week
Sentence construction &
writing
Listening skills
School grammar
Speaking Skills
30+20+10+15   INR 5,900
(GST included)
School level - Class 11 &
12; middle level of English language and communication 
Sub-optimal
(basic
understanding)
4 Months
60 hours

One hour,
5 days a
week
Sentence construction &
writing
Listening skills
Speaking Skills
30+10+20 INR 5,700
(GST included)
College,
Preparing for
Employability,
Young worker
/ Professional
Sub-optimal
(basic
understanding)
2.5
Months
45 hours

One hour,
5 days a
week
Sentence construction &
writing
Speaking Skills
Professional communication-
mails, basic etiquettes
10+25+ 10 INR 5,900
(GST included)

COURSE LEVEL – A1

CERTIFICATE COURSE AND PARTICIPATION

Course is scientifically designed and developed program that develops English language and Communication skills in the participants. The teaching methodology and content is particularly suited to vernacular language (Hindi for now) students. Course is delivered in Flipped class format through Online Interactive Live Classes.

PROGRAM INCLUDES:

  • Trainers
  • Online Infrastructure
  • Web based Learner Management System
  • Mobile App Login ID for each student
  • One Workbook set for each Student
  • Academic administration
  • Pre & post course assessment

Brief test will be executed to help you identify the readiness for the next level

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

  • Listen to dialogues and group discussions to better understand spoken English
  • Learn key words and expressions
  • Engage in activities to help you better understand the meaning of conversations
  • Learn to initiate your own conversations in English on a variety of topics
  • Building communication, confidence to express

SKILLS YOU WILL GAIN:

  • Conversational English skills
  • Listen & Repeat
  • Clear Expressions
  • Public Speaking
  • Read / Recognize
  • Write as beginner
  • Confidence

LEARNING PLAN AND MATERIAL:

  • Interactive Learning
  • Course Readings and Exercises
  • Practice Quizzes
  • Assignments grading
  • Grading of Exercises and Feedback
  • Learning Analytics and Guidance
  • Mid-term spoken and written test
  • Final-term spoken and written test

MODULES AND CONTENT

Milestone Session Coverage Participant Journey
Lesson 01 to 05
  • Understanding the ‘Science of the language’ i.e. placement of Subject with Verb
  • Sentence construction using fundamental concepts of grammar.
  • Build the foundation for speaking English by constructing individual sentences.
  • Learn basic principles of constructing English sentences
  • Start constructing small sentences and verbalising their thoughts in written form
  • Have the possibility of learning 300 verbs and building vocabulary
Lesson 06 to 12
  • Understanding the difference between principle verb & helping verb.
  • Using adjective or noun after the helping verb.
  • Using‘it’ & ‘there’properly
This phase is a major challenge for students and requires intense interaction with teacher. Generally an Expressions senior resource is available on Call at this phase
  • Start writing properly & are able to construct sentences using up to 10 words
  • The ability to ‘think in English’ commences
  • Start assignments related to speaking in English within their Group on specific topics
  • Hesitation of speaking English in front of a group reduces considerably

OUR FACULTY

eDelta brings trained faculty members from highly developed pool of English Teachers. These teachers are having more than 10 years of experience teaching English to school students, college students and corporate professionals.