This course is designed as an entry level course for adults to help them comprehend and
grasp the usage of basic English grammar. Participants will learn, practice and use
English grammatical structures such as verb tenses, sentence structures, parts of
speech and punctuation rules to hone their verbal and written communication skills.
Grammatical structures will be practiced and applied in contexts familiar to the
participants. They will build vocabulary that can be used at home, university and
workplace settings on a daily basis. They will also practice conversation,
listening and oral presentation skills. Assessment will be in the form of quizzes,
classroom tasks, and oral presentations.
Certificate Course in Spoken English refers to the basic language specialisation program in English which is designed
to enable the learners to cope with daily situations.
Thecourse is primarily designed for those students who are beginners in English. The basic objective of this certificate course is to gradually develop their LSRW- listening, speaking, reading and writing skills
through the communicative approach of teaching and learning.
Certificate Course in Spoken English has occupied a significant place from over the last few years. So, the candidates pursuing the course can be benefited in these following ways :
The cand dates would be able to achieve strong speaking as well as writing skills.
The course would also enable the learners to develop their leadership qualities, interpersonal skills or soft skills.
The learners would be able to develop a natural and accurate diction ofEnglish pronunciation.
The learners would improve grammar, vocabulary and articulate their id as and experiences freely.
The learners would be able to socialize confidently in English.
The candidates would be provided with ample career options in their future.
They may get employed in different fields as becoming Spoken English trainers, teachers, editors or executives in public relations.
This course is an introduction to the premises and techniques of literary analysis. The course emphasizes the close reading of texts from different historical periods and introduces students to literary conventions.
and terminology as well as library and Internet resources available for research. In this course, students will learn to use concepts of the discipline and conventions
of academic discourse with an emphasis on critical writing.Join this free Spoken English course to upgrade your communication skills, pronunciation, vocabulary, and professional communication. Learn about jargon and also gain a competitive edge in your communication.
This course is a continuation of the fall quarter Integrated Academic Skills curriculum. The goal of
the course is to give students the tools to improve their intelligibility and effectiveness when
communicating in English, with an emphasis on communication in the American academic context.
Students will discuss and practice strategies for making individual and group presentations, reporting
on written information, narrating in the past and future timeframes, working with small groups,
writing email, and networking at professional events. We will develop these skills through a quarterlong group project where students will set up, conduct, and report on an interview with a member of
the Northwestern community. Along the way, we will review the sound structure of English with a
goal of improved pronunciation and fluency. Students will have an opportunity to consider their
own oral English proficiency in light of proficiency assessments used at Northwestern, and will
receive feedback on the Versant test performance as well as practice Versant sessions.
Students will develop skills to identify words that suggest feelings, explain the differences between books that tell stories and those that give information,
and identify who is telling a story at different times in a book. The students will demonstrate an understanding of words that are spoke, syllables within a word, and sounds. Through the application of appropriate phonics and the analysis of words, students will be able to read grade-level material well enough to understand the meaning.
By the end of the course students should be able to write opinion, informative, or narrative works. They should also feel comfortable conducting collaborative writing projects that involve some research.
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