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English Language course

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Spoken English Course(15hrs of videos) Level-1&2 in 1 DVD

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English Language course:

Islamic Academy of Communication Arts has launched an English language course for non-natives who can understand Urdu & Hindi. This English language course is unique and interactive and much more effective than other English learning courses available online and offline.

The course has 3 levels. First 2 levels are compulsory. The 3rd level is based on 3 days live classes which is optional.

Fee for each level is Rs 2500 (within Pakistan) and 30$ for online students.

Call now for details : +92-3000-8747-00


Course outline is as under:

Spoken English Course Outline  Level-01

Section-01-Course Introduction

  1. Course intro
  2. About research
  3. Findings of research
  4. Conclusion of research
  5. Who should attend this course
  6. What will you learn in this course
  7. Applicable and not applicable

 

Section-02- Description of language and it’s learning process

  1. What is language
  2. Why we want to learn a new language
  3. Stages of learning a language
  4. Stages of learning a language
  5. Natural steps of learning a language
  6. Set your goals
  7. Review

 

Section-03 Exposing formal Grammar translation method

  1. Method of teaching English
  2. Grammar translation method
  3. Grammar translation method (criticism)
  4. Opinion of TJ trailer about GTM
  5. Principles and goals of GTM
  6. How GTM works in class
  7. Teaching material of GTM
  8. Reference about GTM
  9. Results about GTM
  10. Review

 

Section-04 Other English teaching methods

  1. Other methods
  2. The direct method
  3. Grammar translation method GTM
  4. Audio lingual method
  5. Structural approach
  6. Suggestopedia
  7. Total physical response TPR
  8. Communicative language teaching CLT
  9. The Silence way
  10. Community language learning CLL
  11. Immersion method
  12. Task-based language learning
  13. The natural approach
  14. Bilingual method
  15. Review of methodologies

 

Section-05 Basics of English language

  1. Start learning that what is English
  2. History of English language
  3. Lord Macaulay
  4. Phonology
  5. English phonology
  6. Dialect pronunciation accent
  7. Dialect
  8. List of the dialect of English language
  9. Review and intro of the next lesson
  10. Prerequisites of spoken English course
  11. Four elements reading writing grammar vocabulary
  12. Essential level of reading and writing

 

Section-06 Grammar

  1. What is grammar?
  2. Parts of speech
  3. Noun
  4. Verb
  5. Adjective
  6. Adverb
  7. Pronoun
  8. Preposition
  9. Conjunction
  10. Interjection
  11. Revision
  12. Tenses
  13. Review
  14. Should I study grammar
  15. 4 basic elements
  16. Subject
  17. Predicate
  18. Verb
  19. Article
  20. Where and where not to use article
  21. Review of grammar

 

Section-07 Vocabulary

  1. Importance of vocabulary
  2. Controlled natural languages
  3. Vocabulary limits
  4. List of Limited vocabulary
  5. Simple English
  6. Review of Limited vocabulary concept
  7. Vocabulary lists
  8. Vocabulary lists overview
  9. Simple and standard Wikipedia
  10. Pronunciation and accent review
  11. Details about vocabulary list
  12. How to use 1000 word list videos and audios
  13. A to Z vocabulary of 1000 words
  14. How to practice through vocabulary lists
  15. Purpose of vocabulary lists
  16. Comprehension, Comprehend, Comprehensible
  17. The connection between Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writhing

 

Section-08 Articles

  1. About Articles
  2. Article about Earth
  3. Article about Education
  4. Article about House
  5. Article about Skill
  6. Article about Clock
  7. Article about Language
  8. Article about Literacy (Part-1)
  9. Article about Literacy (Part-2)
  10. Article about Reading
  11. Article about Writing
  12. Other articles

End of Level-1

Spoken English Course Outline  Level-02

Section-09 Four skills

  1. Do’s & Don’ts
  2. Do’s & Don’ts of Listening
  3. Do’s & Don’ts of Speaking
  4. Do’s & Don’ts of Reading
  5. Do’s & Don’ts of Writing
  6. 12 tasks
  7. How your brain makes a proper sentence?
  8. Your state of understanding
  9. This, That, These, Those
  10. This is a Book
  11. That is a Pencil
  12. These are books
  13. Those are pencils
  14. HE, She, It
  15. Singular, Plural
  16. Doing, Do, Did, Done
  17. I, I am, My,  You, Your
  18. Present, Past, Future
  19. listening and understanding (comprehension)
  20. Using Urdu along with English
  21. Listening, Reading & Writing is not enough

 

Section-10 Practice lessons

  1. How to use upcoming practice lessons
  2. Claim of instant improvement
  3. 1stshort Story about Abdullah
  4. A friend in need is a friend indeed
  5. That’s how you have to read
  6. Elephant and friends
  7. Elephant and friends reading
  8. That’s how you have to read
  9. The merchant and the money lender (difficult words)
  10. The merchant and the money lender (reading-01)
  11. The merchant and the money lender (reading-02)
  12. The merchant and the money lender (reading-03)
  13. The merchant and the money lender (reading-04)
  14. The merchant and the money lender (reading-05)
  15. The merchant and the money lender (reading-06)
  16. The merchant and the money lender (reading-07)
  17. The merchant and the money lender (reading-08)
  18. The merchant and the money lender (reading-09)
  19. The merchant and the money lender (reading-10)
  20. Lesson in that story
  21. Purpose of those short stories

 

Section-11 Tongue Twisters

  1. Tongue twisters
  2. Urdu Tongue twisters
  3. 1stTongue twisters
  4. 2ndTongue twisters
  5. 3rdTongue twisters
  6. 4thTongue twisters
  7. 5thTongue twisters
  8. 6thTongue twisters
  9. 7thTongue twisters
  10. 8thTongue twisters
  11. 9thTongue twisters
  12. 10thTongue twisters
  13. 11thTongue twisters
  14. 12thTongue twisters
  15. 13thTongue twisters
  16. 14thTongue twisters
  17. 15thTongue twisters
  18. How to practice Tongue twisters

 

Section-12 Dialogue practice

  1. Importance of dialogue/conversation
  2. Defining dialogue / conversation
  3. Dialogue about weather-1
  4. Dialogue about weather-2
  5. Dialogue about expressing concern
  6. Dialogue about Joy
  7. Dialogue about complimenting someone
  8. Dialogue about accepting an invitation
  9. Dialogue about declining an invitation-1
  10. Dialogue about declining an invitation-2
  11. Dialogue about ending a conversation-1
  12. Dialogue about ending a conversation-2
  13. Dialogue about ending a conversation-3
  14. Dialogue about ending a conversation-3
  15. Dialogue about applying for a passport-2
  16. Dialogue about applying for library card
  17. Asking questions at information desk
  18. Dialogue about reserving a book
  19. Dialogue about returning books late
  20. Dialogue about getting off too early
  21. How to practice those dialogues
  22. 5 speaking rules you need to know

 

 

Section-13 Phrases

  1. Don’t study grammar too much
  2. Learn and study phrases
  3. Phrases examples 1 to 5
  4. Phrases examples 6 to 10
  5. Phrases examples 11 to 15
  6. Phrases examples 16 to 20
  7. Phrases examples 21 to 25
  8. Phrases examples 26 to 30
  9. Reading and Listening is not enough

 

Section-14 Practice tips

  1. Submerge yourself
  2. Study correct material
  3. 33 things to do
  4. 01- Make mistakes
  5. 02- Slow down
  6. 03- Gather your thoughts
  7. 04- Make a timetable
  8. 05- Practice the 4 core skills
  9. 06- Keep a notebook
  10. 07- Create an atmosphere
  11. 08- Create a group
  12. 09- Remember example sentences
  13. 10- Give your self long term & short term goals
  14. 11- Figure out the right methods
  15. 12- Get Help
  16. 13- No more than 30 minutes at a time
  17. 14- Don’t be in such a hurry
  18. 15- Listen Over and Over again
  19. 16- Use material according to your material
  20. 17- Newspapers articles
  21. 18- General meaning
  22. 19- look at the other words
  23. 20- Think in English
  24. 21- Use English whenever you can
  25. 22- Learn grammar by listening & speaking
  26. 23- Shadow English
  27. 24- Record your voice
  28. 25- Don’t worry about the accent
  29. 26- English in English
  30. 27- Start conversation
  31. 28- Different topics to discuss
  32. 29- Keep it up
  33. 30- Go over your mistakes
  34. 31- Image training
  35. 32- Take a break
  36. 33- Don’t get distracted
  37. Review of 33 things to do

 

 

Section-15 Becoming a confident speaker by BBC

  1. BBC, Better speaking
  2. Topics of Better speaking document
  3. Becoming a confident speaker
  4. Fluency or accuracy-1
  5. Fluency or accuracy-2
  6. Finding the right words-1
  7. Finding the right words-2
  8. Learning language in chunks
  9. Showing where you are going
  10. Keeping the listener interested
  11. Being a supportive listener
  12. Sounding natural-1
  13. Sounding natural-2 

Section-16

  1. End

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