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ESOL Qualification Entry Level 3 - Writing

Start Date Length Attendance Campus Course Code
27/03/2017 12 Weeks Daytime East Ham Campus SC001571 Apply Now

What is involved?

The lessons are student centered. You will learn in a variety of ways. There will be tasks, independent study, group discussions, presentations, evaluation of your work etc. Your progress will be reviewed by your tutor. You will be learning English but at the same time you will be improving your IT skills. By the end of the course you will be able to:
  • understand the main ideas of a complex text on concrete topics
  • interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity
  • produce a clear detailed text on a wide range of subjects
  • explain a viewpoint giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options, sometimes using complex forms
  • correct most of your own errors
  • initiate discourse, help discussion, confirming comprehension, inviting contributions
Your teacher will mark your work and make comments on the work you have done. Your teacher will talk to you about your learning goals and set targets for you to achieve during the duration of the course. Your teacher will monitor your progress and discuss methods for achieving your targets. You will also sit an end of term assessment

What will my career options be?

You should be able to progress to a Level 1 ESOL Qualification, in Speaking and Listening, Reading and Writing. You will need to complete a short assessment before you enrol, as it is necessary to ensure that the course is suitable for you.

What is the cost?

Home fee £0

What do I need?

Once we have received your application you will be given a date for an ESOL assessment workshop. All applicants must attend the workshop and sit an initial assessment test.