GENERAL ENGLISH

GENERAL ENGLISH

(CRICOS Code 048142A)

Overview
For students who want to learn “real life English”, Ozford offers all levels (10 weeks each level) of General English with new and relevant topics each week. You will focus on valuable and practical communication skills for a range of situations. You will meet people from different countries and cultures while learning what you need at your own pace. Your level of English is tested on your rst day at Ozford and you are placed in the appropriate class. Promotion to the next English language level is possible as you progress. The program also includes a range of exciting incursions, excursions and dynamic English sessions.

Course Fees

International: $360 per week
Domestic: $290 per week
Other Fees
Assessment

Students are assessed in the four macro skills, speaking, listening, reading and writing  each week of their course. The classroom teacher will administer the assessment tasks during class time and keep a record of students’ results.
assessment tasks during class time and keep a record of students’ results. A level is generally 10 – 15 weeks and students consistently achieving 70% or higher on assessment tasks are ready to move up a level.

*fees are subject to change


speaking-2 Practising using a wide range of themes and topics, Conversation practice, Functional communication, Pronunciation, Presenting in English, Conducting surveys
listening-2 Listening to social conversations, Understanding different contexts, Understanding sequence and time, Following instructions, Conducting surveys, YouTube world
writing-2 Filling out forms, Writing letters and emails, Developing paragraphs, Note-taking and summarising, Writing descriptive and narrative essays, Writing blogs, Writing for social media
reading-2 Reading for gist and for detailed information, Skimming and scanning, Reading signs, menus, advertisements and forms, Reading for pleasure, Evaluating different reading texts, Online news reading
vocabulary-2 Discovering new language, Using synonyms and antonyms, Using idiomatic expressions, Using practical, authentic grammar, Vocabulary for – social, work, academic, online
research-2 Setting personal learning goals, Time management, Independent learning strategies, Keeping personal records for self- reflection, Reviewing and editing work, Using online learning technologies

screen-shot-2016-11-29-at-10-02-17-am