School of Languages - Course Details
 
FOUNDATION COURSE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
IELTS
     
Certificate    
JAPANESE LANGUAGE
     
Diploma    
BUSINESS ENGLISH
SECRETARIAL STUDIES
     
Diploma / Higher Diploma    
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
     
Bachelor Degrees    
BA. IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
 
IELTS
To Whom
This course is mainly design for the students who wish to go abroad for their higher studies. The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is widely recognized as a reliable means of assessing whether candidates are ready to study or train in the medium of English. IELTS is owned by three partners, The University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate, The British Council and IDP Australia (through its subsidiary company IELTS Australia Pty Limited).The main purpose of Practice Tests is to give future IELTS candidates an idea of whether their English is at the required level.
Entry Requirements
Open to all
Course Length
03 months
Test Format
  • Listening - 4 sections, 40 items 30 minutes
  • Academic Reading - 3 sections, 40 items 60 minutes
  • General Training Reading - 3 sections, 40 items 60 minutes
  • Academic Writing - 2 tasks 60 minutes
  • General Training Writing - 2 tasks 60 minutes
  • Speaking - 10 to 15 minutes
  • Total test time - 2 hours 45 minutes
FOUNDATION COURSE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
To Whom
This course is specially designed for the beginners who wish to take the limited step to master a second language
Entry Requirements
Open to all
Course Length
Full time: - 02 months
Part time: - 04 months
Course Content
Introduction to Tenses
Grammar: Number
Speech : Introductions and Dialogues
Grammar: Gender
Pronunciation of difficult words
Grammar: Adjectives
Reading Comprehension
Grammar: Adverbs
Listening exercise
Grammar: Prepositions
Vocabulary building exercise Grammar : Conjunctions
Speech : Useful expressions
Grammar: Interjections
Speech : Situational dialogues
Writing paragraphs
Writing letters
Writing short messages (Telegrams / Memos)
Evaluation
CERTIFICATE IN JAPANESE LANGUAGE
To Whom
For the students who are interested and wish to learn the Japanese language from the beginning level.
 
Entry Requirements
Open to all
Course Length
03 months
Course Content
  • How to write Kana (Hiragana, Katakana) & basic Kanji
  • Hints on the usage of Kana
  • General order of strokes in writing Japanese characters
  • Counting systems, Daily conversation, Greetings, Japanese songs
  • Grammar : How to use particle of WA, GA, NO, NI, TO, MO, KA and making sentences
  • Verbal conjugations
    • Present continuation form
    • Past continuation form
    • Negative form
    • TE form
  • Adjective
    • First conjugation adjective
    • Second conjugation adjective (With dictionary, negative, past, attributive forms)
  • Using nouns and pronoun
DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ENGLISH
To Whom
This course is specially designed for the people who are in the Business Field and looking to improve their language skills.
Entry requirements
G. C. E. (O/L)
 
Course Length
1 Year
Course Content
  • Introduction
  • Meetings, Negotiations, Presentations, Telephoning
  • Socializing and cultural issues, Marketing, Advertising and Sales
  • Employment, Business Correspondence
  • Report writing, Memo writing
  • Banking and Finance
  • Computers and the Internet
  • Guide to punctuation
  • Basic spelling rules, Tag questions, Phrasal Verbs
  • Synonyms, Antonyms, and Homonyms
  • Conditional clauses, Active and Passive Voice
 
DIPLOMA IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES
To Whom
All those who participate in administration and assist the Managerial level personnel
Entry requirements
G. C. E. (O/L)
Course Length
1 Year
Course Content
  • Introduction
  • Duties, Communication, Qualities, Skills
  • Manners, Telephone Manners and Boss's Diary, Mails and Messages
  • Arrangement of Meetings and Conference, Management in the Absence of Boss
  • Preparing Office Stationery, Common Office Equipment
  • Personal Attributes, Phrases, Prepositions and Uses
  • Effective oral, Written Speaking and Public Speaking
  • Career Aspirations, Potential Problems
  • E-mail, Internet and Paperless Office
  • Preparations of Documents
  • Internet Service Providers
DIPLOMA / HIGHER DIPLOMA IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
 
To Whom
Those who are seeking to improve their English Language proficiency.
Entry requirements
G. C. E. (O/L)
 
Course Length
01-02 Years
 
Diploma
Course Content
  • Parts of Speech : Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, Verbs, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions,
    Interjections.
  • Tenses : Simple Present, Present Continuous, Present Perfect, Present Perfect
    Continuous, Simple Past, Past Continuous, Past Perfect, Past Perfect
    Continuous, Simple Future, Future Continuous, Future Perfect, Future
    Perfect Continuous.
  • How tenses are used
  • Pronouns : Personal Pronouns, Possessive Pronouns, Demonstrative Pronouns,
    Reflective and Emphasizing Pronouns, Interrogative Pronouns, Indefinite
    Pronouns, Relative Pronouns.
  • Articles : Definite Article, Indefinite Articles.
  • Adverbs : Adverbs of Time, Adverbs of Place, Adverbs of Manner, Adverbs of
    Degree, Adverbs of Number, Adverbs of Questioning, Adverbs of
    Negation.
  • Conjunctions : Co-relative Conjunctions, Compound Conjunctions, Coordinating
    Conjunctions, Subordinating Conjunctions.
  • Active and Passive Voice
  • Idioms (100 selected idioms)
  • Guide to Pronunciation
  • Conditional Clauses : First Conditional, Second Conditional, Third Conditional
  • Reported speech : Questions, Commands and Requests, Exclamations and wishes
  • Word order
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Prepositions
  • Tag Questions
  • Prefixes and Suffixes
  • Phrasal Verbs
  • Synonyms, Antonyms and Homonyms
  • Memo writing, Essay writing
 
 
Higher Diploma
Course Content
Grammar Writing
1. Parts of speech (Nouns,Adjectives,Adverbs,Prepositions,Pronouns,Verbs,Conjunctions,interjections)
2. Tenses
3. Active and Passive Voice
4. Punctuation Marks
5. Articles
6. Conditional Clauses
7. Synonyms, Antonyms and Homonyms
8. Prefixes and Suffixes
9. Phrasal Verbs
10. Tag Questions
11. Auxiliary Verbs
12. Direct and Indirect Speech
13. Spelling Rules
14. Idioms and common expressions
15. Gerunds
1. Free Writing
2. Guided Writing
3. Paragraph Writing
4. Essay Writing
5. Precis Writing
6. Letter Writing
7. Memo Writing
   
Reading Comprehension Listening
Selected passages to improve reading skills Selected passages to improve listening skills
Speech  
Speech practice, role play and the art of public speaking  
BACHELOR OF ARTS (BA) IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (ENLT)
Entry requirements
G.C.E(A/L) / MC Higher Diploma
Course Length
4 Years
Course Content
Year 1  
First Semester Second Semester
English Grammar I
Speaking Skills I
Reading Skills I
Writing Skills I
French I: Writing
National History
Introduction to Teaching Profession
English Grammar II
Reading Skills II
Speaking Skills II
Writing Skills II
French II: Speaking Skills
National History
School Experience I
   
Year 2  
First Semester Second Semester
Advanced Reading Skills
Introduction to English Literature I
Language Acquisition
Introduction to Computers
French Phonology and Morphology
Human Development & Learning
Elective I

Advanced Writing Skills
Introduction to English Literature II
Methodology in ELT
Introduction to Linguistics I         
French Syntax
Planning & Evaluation in Education

   
Year 3  
First Semester Second Semester
Introduction to Linguistics II
Analyzing & Teaching Short Stories
Translation from English to French
Special Teaching Methods I
Instructional Technologies & Material Development
Elective II
Elective III
Research Techniques
Teaching a Foreign Language to Children
Analyzing & Teaching Novels
Classroom Management
Special Teaching Methods II
Elective IV
   
Year 4  
First Semester Second Semester
Preparation & Evaluation of Tests in English
Analyzing & Teaching Drama
Evaluating & Adapting Teaching Materials
Studies on Textbooks
School Experience II
Elective V
French-English Translation
Analyzing & Teaching Poetry
Guidance
Practice Teaching
   
 
 
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