This course will provide instruction in academic and professional language skills for non-native speakers of English. Emphasis is placed on development of integrated language skills.
According to researchers, education in the mother tongue helps improve the academic performance of children. Studies have shown that children who had their mother tongue as the medium of instruction in the first three years of primary school scored higher in English tests in the fourth, fifth and sixth grade, than students who studied most of their subjects in English from grade one.
Education in the mother tongue is said to make it easier for them to learn a second language.
Let’s Talk Spoken English Institute welcomes you to join our carefully designed Basic English speaking course. At our Spoken English Institute, we are committed to giving you a great and a different English learning experience with ensured results, which other spoken English classes might struggle with.
Whether you wish to start learning English as a beginner or you are a student, Executive, Housewife, we have the right Spoken English course for you, making you speak fluent English with neutral accent guaranteed!
Grammar is the system of a language. People sometimes describe grammar as the "rules" of a language; but in fact no language has rules*. If we use the word "rules", we suggest that somebody created the rules first and then spoke the language, like a new game. But languages did not start like that.
Languages started by people making sounds which evolved into words, phrases and sentences. No commonly-spoken language is fixed. All languages change over time. What we call "grammar" is simply a reflection of a language at a particular time.
Phonics is a method for teaching reading and writing of the English language by developing learners' phonemic awareness—the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate phonemes—in order to teach the correspondence between these sounds and the spelling patterns (graphemes) that represent them.
The goal of phonics is to enable beginning readers to decode new written words by sounding them out, or, in phonics terms, blending the sound-spelling patterns. Since it focuses on the spoken and written units within words, phonics is a sublexical approach and, as a result, is often contrasted with whole language, a word-level-up philosophy for teaching reading.