General English (Intensive English Program)

University of Delaware ELI
Newark, Delaware, United States
Qualification
Professional and Vocational
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
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Intakes
October August June April March
Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

  • Relevant qualifications accepted by the university.

Curriculum

  • Basic (Listening/Speaking) - Basic English is an integrated skills class. It is a four-hour class in which listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, and vocabulary are all taught by the same instructor. In this class, students will also learn the sounds of the English language and the different letters and groups of letters that represent these sounds. Students will use their knowledge of the sounds of English to read and write words and sentences and to improve their spelling of English words.
  • Level I (Listening/Speaking) - This course develops basic listening, speaking, pronunciation and vocabulary acquisition for use in the classroom and daily life. The course is intended for beginners in English and for students with basic communication abilities. Learner outcomes include improved ability to understand basic spoken English and to communicate in common situations by using basic language functions and the appropriate vocabulary with standard pronunciation. 
  • Level I (Reading/Writing) -This course develops basic reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar skills. The course is intended for beginners in English and for students with limited basic abilities in reading and writing. Learner outcomes include improved ability to read and understand basic high frequency vocabulary and simple sentences, to write at the sentence and simple paragraph level with accurate spelling and punctuation and to understand and use accurately basic verb tenses and grammar. 
  • Level II (Listening/Speaking) - This course develops listening, speaking, pronunciation and vocabulary acquisition for use in daily life and the classroom. The course is intended for high beginner students with basic communication abilities. Learner outcomes include improved ability to understand basic spoken utterances and vocabulary and to communicate in common situations by using basic language functions and the appropriate vocabulary with standard pronunciation. 
  • Level II (Reading/Writing) - This course develops reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar skills. The course is intended for high beginner students in English and for students with basic abilities in reading and writing. Learner outcomes include improved ability to read and understand high frequency vocabulary and simple and more complex sentences, to write at the paragraph and short composition level with accurate spelling and punctuation and to understand and use accurately verb tenses, nouns/pronouns, and articles. 
  • Level III (Listening/Speaking) - This course develops listening, speaking, pronunciation and vocabulary acquisition for use in common social situations and the classroom. The course is intended for intermediate level students with some communication ability but with limited vocabulary and range of expression. Learner outcomes include improved ability to understand the meaning of common spoken utterances and vocabulary and to communicate in common situations with English speakers by using appropriate language functions and vocabulary with standard pronunciation. 
  • Level III (Reading/Writing) - This course develops reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar skills. The course is intended for intermediate level students with some ability in reading and writing but with limited vocabulary and range of expression. Learner outcomes include improved ability to read and understand high frequency vocabulary and complex sentences, to write at the composition level with accurate spelling and punctuation and to understand and use accurately more complex grammar structures. 
  • General English IV (Reading/Writing) - This course improves the general English skills of high intermediate students. Learner outcomes include improved reading comprehension, writing skills at the paragraph and essay level, general vocabulary, and understanding of grammar and its use.
  • General V (Reading/Writing) - This course improves the general English skills of advanced level students. Learner outcomes include improved reading comprehension and speed, essay-writing skills, general vocabulary, and understanding of grammar and its use. 
  • General VI (Reading and Writing) - This course improves the general English skills of high-advanced level students. Learner outcomes for this course include improved reading comprehension and writing proficiency for general purposes, vocabulary development, and understanding of grammar and its use. 

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