THE BEST SPOKEN ENGLISH SPEAKING CLASSES IN AHMEDABAD
Oxford English speaking classes are the best spoken English speaking classes in Ahmedabad. People of various ages have learned to speak English correctly in just a few weeks at Oxford spoken English classes. You will be studying in small, pleasant groups where everyone will work hard and have a good time. Our patient and courteous instructors urge you to speak English right away.
This course is for you if you are having trouble learning English. This course introduces a variety of innovative techniques for honing your speaking, listening, and writing skills so you may progress in all aspects of the English language. Get in touch with Oxford IELTS Coaching Ahmedabad today to transform the way you communicate in English.
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Content of the Course
This course is divided into five components. The following are some of the sections:
- Writing and Grammar Lessons: Learn how to structure your thoughts in your writing in a clear and exact manner.
- Speaking Lessons: Repetition drills, voice recordings, and answering questions aloud when prompted are all good ways to practice speaking English.
- Lessons on Increasing Your English Vocabulary: Learn vocabulary that will help you sound more professional while also increasing your knowledge of the English language.
- Lessons in Listening Comprehension: Take listening quizzes to ensure that you can grasp every word at full speed.
- Lessons in Reading Comprehension: Put your English vocabulary knowledge to the test by completing tough comprehension problems.
A number of activities and methods, including task-based learning activities, are used to stimulate and inspire students to learn. Online video and audio programmes encourage the development of vocabulary and pronunciation skills, as well as practise with improper stress, intonation, and rhythm patterns. Recorded listening passages also help students improve their vocabulary and oral comprehension skills. Students are encouraged to take part in a range of activities in class. They work on linked tasks that are created around the theme of each unit alone, in pairs, and in small groups.
Beginners 1 & 2:
Speaking and Listening
- Recognize the role and application of academic and informal language rules when speaking about personal information and basic requirements.
- Determine or validate the meanings of words and phrases using a dictionary, glossary, or thesaurus.
- Produce basic sounds, syllables, and sentences with very limited control over rhythm, emphasis, and intonation, as modelled in an instructional situation.
- Demonstrate understanding or lack of grasp of basic concepts, words, or phrases using nonverbal and simple verbal tactics.
- Show a lack of comprehension, particularly of written language.
- Memorize a small number of words and phrases, either written or spoken.
Reading and writing
- Assemble a limited amount of meaning from reading materials on previously taught themes.
- Read and comprehend short phrases of 3-6 words.
- Provide straightforward answers to comprehension questions.
- Stick to simple written instructions.
- Show that you can copy letters of the alphabet, numerals, and single sentences or phrases.
- Write basic personal demographic information such as your name, address, and phone number correctly.
- Recognize the proper sentence structure.
Intermediate 1 & 2:
Speaking and Listening
- Take part in routine questions and responses, statements, and face-to-face dialogues and show that you comprehend them.
- Recognize and follow simple instructions
- Request that the speaker repeat themselves for clarification.
- Expand your vocabulary for listening and speaking duties.
- Show that you grasp contracted terms like “going to” and “shoulda.”
- Use the English language to express functions such as making requests and giving recommendations.
- Use English language functions such as agreeing and disagreeing, as well as expressing ability and feasibility.
- Use modal verbs like can, could, may, might, maybe, should, ought to, have to, and must in your writing.
- Use simple, compound, and some complex statements when speaking.
- Make a brief speech on a given topic in Standard English that others can understand.
- Identify pronunciations using a monolingual English dictionary.
- From a listening passage, identify the major concepts and features.
Reading and writing:
- Read a variety of reading materials and exhibit a knowledge of both stated and unstated content.
- Using contextual information, predict the meaning of unfamiliar language.
- Use a monolingual English dictionary to look for word definitions and grammatical forms.
- Determine the major idea and topic of a reading passage.
- Use facts, opinions, or examples to support the main concept in well-developed and ordered paragraphs.
- Use simple present and progressive present tense verbs.
- Verb tenses used were past progressive, present perfect, and present perfect progressive.
- Use gerunds and fundamental infinitives.
- Recognize compound and basic complex sentences and write them.
- Generate ideas using pre-writing procedures.
- Provide appropriate assistance for well-developed and ordered paragraphs.
- Revise your writing for content and arrangement, as well as for paragraph
1&2 Advance :
Speaking and Listening
- Recognize and comprehend consistently comprehensive, complicated information delivered verbally in lectures, audio/video programmes, and other forms of media.
- Evaluate information obtained vocally and visually, then integrate and synthesise it for a number of purposes, including completing college/university course assignments, tests, and other academic goals.
- Speak clearly, with appropriate diction and grammar, so that native and non-native English speakers can understand you.
- Gather, organise, and present data in a number of audio/video formats and genres for a variety of professional, business, and academic communication needs.
- Conduct fundamental research, organise, and create audio/video programmes and presentations for corporate and academic settings.
Reading and writing
- Read a variety of official and casual texts with reasonable understanding, speed, and accuracy (except those linked to speciality disciplines).
- Skim and scan academic, business, and technical papers to understand core ideas and points and obtain crucial data and information (using fundamental skimming and scanning techniques).
- Examine material in written and graphical form critically, then integrate and synthesise it for a number of purposes, including successfully completing college/university course assignments, tests, and other academic objectives.
- Write in a clear, concise, and grammatically correct manner so that native English speakers can understand you.
- Conduct research, arrange information, and create basic publications such as essays, letters, articles, and reports for a variety of professional, business, and academic reasons.