Weekdays/Time: Sat (10:00 to 14:30)Starts: 29/04/2017
End Date: 27/05/2017
Number of Weeks: 5
Tutor Approval Required? No
This is the part 2 of an intensive course for complete beginners designed to enable you to communicate in the language, at a basic level, with native speakers in a variety of everyday situations. A fantastic opportunity to consolidate your knowledge acquired in the intensive course part 1.
Enrolment is best carried out online. If you prefer to enrol in person you can enrol at the Parkshot centre. You can also enrol by post, payment should be by cheque made payable to Richmond Adult Community College and sent to Postal Enrolments, RACC, Parkshot, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 2RE.
To be able to do this course you should have completed the intensive beginners part 1.
As part of the course you will carry on learning simple phrases and vocabulary for travel and holidays purposes. More aspects of grammar will also be covered.
You will study extra topics from the following:
Greetings and introductions:
Making travel arrangements
Likes and dislikes.
Daily activities Free time / hobbies
Homework and monitoring progress in class
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Regular attendance is advisable as if you miss a class, you will miss important new signs
Students completing part 1 and part 2 of this intensive course will be able to join a year 1 stage 2 non intensive course.
Alternatively an intensive part 3 course may be offered should sufficient numbers of students wish to carry on same course format.
1. How much homework will I need to do outside of class? Homework will be set at every session, i.e. learn vocabulary, revise structures, prepare role play, write short essays, etc. Completing the homework will help you achieve your full potential on the course.
2. What will happen if I miss a class? You should make every effort to attend regularly. The tutor will advise you what to cover if
you miss a class and will give you any handouts distributed on the class you have missed.
3. When will the exams take place? This is not an exam course.
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