Spoken English Training

spoken english training

In recent decades, English has become a worldwide language and plays an important role in many fields of education and employment. Because of the use of English as a Lingua Franca, people in non-English speaking countries have tried very hard to improve their English skills; listening, reading, writing and speaking.

Spoken English Training:

Aims & Objectives

  • To recall the English they have learnt
  • Improve your vocabulary and grammar
  • Instilling self-assurance in the spoken language
  • To improve your pronunciation (Stress, Rhythm and intonation)
  • To build up confidence in conversational skills.
  • The project focuses on developing in students competencies in communicative English to help them meet the evolving challenges in all spheres of life.

Intermediate Level

Phase 01:

  • Introduction to Spoken English
  • To develop pronunciation (Stress, Rhythm and intonation)
  • To gain confidence in one’s ability to converse
  • Vocabulary and Grammar Improvement
  • To instills confidence in the spoken language
  • Grammatically correct spoken English
  • Development of communication skills
  • English Communication Skills
  • Development of the habit of thinking in English
  • How to have influence?
  • Forming sentences
  • Personal Interaction
  • Grammar Focus
  • How to ask a question?
  • Individual Words, Phrases to help them activate vocabulary

Phase 02:

  • Conversations, Requisitions, Expressions and Comparisons
  • Reading & Listening Skills
  • Pronunciation Skills
  • Stimulus for speaking & writing activity
  • Verbal Ability
  • Words often confused and misused
  • The style  Effective listening
  • Listening to short talks
  • Functional Grammar
  • Understanding the difference between assertive & aggressive communication
  • Oral presentation
  • Gerunds and Particles
  • Telephonic conversion
  • The Active, Passive and the Infinitive
  • Letters and Sounds
  • Reading skills & People Meeting skills

Advance Level 

  • Vocabulary
  • Sentence Formation
  • Subject and Verb agreement
  • Pronouns
  • Adjectives and Adverbs
  • Prepositions & Articles
  • Active and Passive Voice
  • Tenses

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