GENERAL AND BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSE CONSISTS OF FOUR CORE MODULES

General

English

A course graduate will improve the most important areas of a language which are grammar, vocabulary and most importantly - speaking.

Unit 1   

Grammar: basic tenses revision part 1, Vocabulary: travelling verbs part 1

Unit 2   

Grammar: basic tenses revision part 2, Vocabulary: travelling verbs part 2

Unit 3   

Grammar: present perfect tense, Vocabulary: at the airport, in a restaurant

Unit 4   

Grammar: past continuous tense, Vocabulary: at the hotel

Unit 5   

Grammar: conditionals part 1, Vocabulary: emergency situations

Unit 6   

Grammar: conditionals part 2, questions, Vocabulary: more verb phrases

Unit 7   

Grammar: comparisons, mix tenses practice, Vocabulary: phrasal verbs part 1

Unit 8   

Grammar: modal verbs, mix tenses practice, Vocabulary: phrasal verbs part 2

Unit 9   

Grammar: passive voice, mix tenses practice Vocabulary: phrasal verbs part 3

Unit 10

Grammar: all lessons revision, Vocabulary: irregular verbs

 

Business English

A course graduate will present the most practical and useful language skills that are used at work, both spoken and written.

Unit 1   

Company, Products and services Business small talk, Business e-mails

Unit 2   

Company structure, Jobs, Job benefits, Business e-mails

Unit 3   

Telephone conversation, Public presentation

Unit 4   

Describing a product, Customer service part 1

Unit 5   

Customer service part 2, Business trip: at the airport

Unit 6   

Business visitors, Orders

Unit 7   

Sales, Advertisement, Meetings

Unit 8   

Business meeting at a restaurant, Crisis

Unit 9   

Time management, Negotiation and problem solving

Unit 10

Performance, Career development

Business

coaching

A course graduate will learn the fundamentals of motivation and will find out what motivates them at work personally. One will understand the importance of motivation at work and how to avoid burnout. One will be able to use modern self-motivation techniques and strategies incl. time management and work-life balance. Thanks to that, one will work more efficiently and will present better work energy.

Unit 1   

Motivation at work: concepts 1

Unit 2   

Motivation at work: concepts 2

Unit 3   

Motivation at work: burnout and perfectionism

Unit 4   

Motivation at work: inside and outside motivators

Unit 5   

Motivation at work: producing high quality work and the concept of FLOW

Unit 6   

Motivation at work: colleagues I like working with

Unit 7   

Motivation at work: colleagues I do not like working with – how to be assertive

Unit 8   

Motivation at work: emotional intelligence (EQ) - stress and conflict management

Unit 9   

Motivation at work: Time management – Prioritizing

Unit 10

Motivation at work: Time management – Planning and dealing with distractions

Language coaching

A course graduate will know how to study effectively and use learning techiniques and strategies. One will be able to plan and prioritize their language development years after the course is completed.

Unit 1   

Why do I want to study?, How to study speaking

Unit 2   

What stops me from studying a language?, Dealing with speaking barriers

Unit 3   

Where am I now and how much I want to invest? How to study vocabulary part 1

Unit 4   

Setting up my studying goals, How to study vocabulary part 2

Unit 5   

Scheduling my day-to-day studies, Creating my own vocabulary repetition system

Unit 6   

Motivation checklist, Passive listening technique

Unit 7   

Time management in studying languages, Prioritizing, How to study reading a writing

Unit 8   

Planning techniques: to-do list, How to learn grammar

Unit 9   

Getting well organized, Dealing with multitasking and distractions, Using grammar in speaking

Unit 10

Putting my English into active practice, Inside and outside motivation