Vocabulary Building: students practice vocabulary that they are interested in mastering
Skills Acquisition: teacher presents or reviews communication skills students lack
Skills Practice: students refine their skills and put into practice what they have learned
Afternoon weekly course rotation:
Week 1 - Pronunciation: fine-tune the way you speak, from individual sounds to intonation and delivery
Week 2 - Mixed-media: practice listening and learn strategies to assist in comprehension
Week 3 - Seminar: content-based learning that combines reading, research, writing, and presentation
Week 4 - Hands On: apply your language skills outside of the classroom in real life situations
Afternoon courses available on a monthly commitment:
Test Preparation: build your confidence by preparing for the iBT (TOEFL), TOEIC, or IELTS
Academic Writing: sharpen your writing skills from grammar to structure by balancing cohesion and coherence
Business English: aim for success by learning to communicate accurately and effectively in a business context
Cultural Activity: practice the language and discover Montreal through food, festivals, and fun!
Volunteer Activity: exercise your language skills, and contribute to the well-being of the community
Tea Time: friendly volunteers provide a safe environment to practice real conversation with local people.