- 40 lessons
- 40 – 80 Hours of classroom time
- 10 tests
- 8 review lessons
- 2 Glossary
- Conversational Approach
- Reading, Writing and Speaking Activities
A conversational approach to English as a Second Language (ESL) is an instructional method that focuses on developing the ability to communicate effectively in English through conversation and dialogue. Instead of solely focusing on grammar rules and vocabulary memorization, we emphasizes real-life communication skills and encourages students to practice speaking, listening, and interacting in English in a natural and conversational way.
Meaningful Conversations in Authentic Situations
Students engage through activities such as role-plays, discussions, debates, and group projects. Our emphasis is on learning how to express oneself effectively, rather than simply memorizing and regurgitating phrases or sentences.
Focus on Conversation
By focusing on conversation, this approach helps students develop not only their speaking and listening skills but also their vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. Students learn how to use English in a meaningful and contextually appropriate way, which helps them become more effective communicators in both social and professional settings.