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  • 1. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines CIP COURSES ESL courses are for basic to advanced level learners, which target all the language areas: speaking, reading, writing, listening, vocabulary and grammar. ESL Premium  4 hours native 1:1 + 3 hours native group ESL Intensive A  2 hours native 1:1 + 3 hours non-native 1:1 + 3 hours native group ESL Intensive C  5 hours non-native 1:1 + 3 hours native group Semi-Intensive course  3 hours non-native 1:1 + 1 hour native group Young learner’s course A  2 hours native 1:1 + 3 hours non-native 1:1 + 1 hour native group Young learner’s course C  5 hours non-native 1:1 + 1 hour native group Test preparatory courses are designed for intermediate to advanced level students and focus on reading, listening, speaking and writing with reinforcement on grammar and vocabulary only. Classes are designed in accordance with each test format and content. IELTS/TOEIC/TOEFL course  4 hours non-native 1:1 + 3 hours native group Business and LCCI  2 hours native 1:1 + 2 hours non-native 1:1 + 3 hours group class ***ESL Premium, Intensive A, Intensive C, IELTS, TOEIC, TOEFL, Business and LCCI Native Group class: 2 hours regular group class + 1 optional group class Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese student enjoying their native group class with teacher Johnny E
  • 2. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines LEARNING FROM CIP: 1-5 WEEKS CURRICULUM OPTIONS FOR INTENSIVE A-E, PREMIUM and INTENSIVE COURSES Option 1 – English for the World Traveler  Learn about common expressions when traveling  Learn about important traveling vocabulary  Understand basic English culture “on the road”  Practice easy conversation while traveling Option 2 – English for the High School/College Student  Emphasis on Grammar structure  Studies focused on academic vocabulary  Learn creative thinking and writing  Understanding basic English culture in different English-Speaking countries Option 3 – English for the Beginner (ESL)  Learn basic vocabulary (Grade 1 and 2 elementary vocabulary)  Practice easy basic phrases and conversation  Emphasis on pronunciation and listening skills  Reading exercises to develop vocabulary Student Amber Ho from Taiwan E
  • 3. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines LEARNING FROM CIP: 6-9 WEEKS CURRICULUM OPTIONS FOR INTENSIVE A-E, PREMIUM and INTENSIVE COURSES Option 1 – English for the World Traveler  Learn about common expressions when traveling  Learn about important traveling vocabulary  Understand basic English culture “on the road”  Practice easy conversation while traveling  Basic idiomatic expressions  Drills on role playing/real-life situations Option 2 – English for the High School/College Student  Emphasis on Grammar structure  Confidence building through repetitive group speaking sessions  Studies focused on academic vocabulary  Learn creative thinking and writing  Understanding English culture in different English-Speaking countries  Academic writing and advanced understanding of reading passages Option 3 – English for the Beginner (ESL)  Learn basic vocabulary (Grade 1 and 2 elementary vocabulary)  Learn basic-intermediate vocabulary (Grade 3-4 elementary vocabulary)  Practice easy basic phrases and conversation  Emphasis on pronunciation and listening skills  Reading exercises to develop vocabulary  Speaking emphasis to improve communication Students Sophie from Russia and Daina from Japan E
  • 4. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines LEARNING FROM CIP: 10-12 WEEKS CURRICULUM OPTIONS FOR INTENSIVE A-E, PREMIUM and INTENSIVE COURSES Option 1 – English for the World Traveler  Learn about common expressions when traveling  Learn about important traveling vocabulary  Understand basic English culture “on the road”  Practice easy conversation while traveling  Basic idiomatic expressions  Deeper understanding of commonly used expressions Opportunities to rehearse learned idioms and expressions  Drills on role playing/reallife situations  English immersion. Students have the opportunity to practice daily communication  Deeper understanding of English culture, and how to relate and communicate with native English speakers  Student Tam Nguyen from Vietnam and Ella E
  • 5. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines LEARNING FROM CIP: 10-12 WEEKS CURRICULUM OPTIONS FOR INTENSIVE A-E, PREMIUM and INTENSIVE COURSES Option 2 – English for the High School/College Student  Emphasis on advanced Grammar structure  Confidence building through repetitive group speaking sessions  Studies focused on academic vocabulary  Emphasis on academic listening to enhance understanding  Learn creative thinking and writing  Understanding English culture in different EnglishSpeaking countries     Concentration on English pronunciation and intonation to effectively communicate Academic writing and advanced understanding of reading passages Emphasis on understanding advanced abstract and con- Teacher Leon from Britain with Japanese Student crete topics Advanced speaking topics on various topics related to business, technology, people, issues, world news E
  • 6. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines LEARNING FROM CIP: 10-12 WEEKS CURRICULUM OPTIONS FOR INTENSIVE A-E, PREMIUM and INTENSIVE COURSES Option 3 – English for the Beginner (ESL)  Learn basic vocabulary (Grade 1 and 2 elementary vocabulary)  Learn basic-intermediate vocabulary (Grade 3-4 elementary vocabulary)  Practice easy basic phrases and conversation  In-depth discussions on grammar and structure of spoken and written English  Emphasis on pronunciation and listening skills  Reading exercises to develop vocabulary      Detailed discussions on various ways to utilize vocabulary in diverse situations Speaking emphasis to improve communication Repetitive listening practice sessions to develop understanding Int erm edi at e -advanced level idiomatic expressions Understanding English culture in different EnglishSpeaking countries Teacher Matt in his group class E
  • 7. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines ESL LEARNING: TEACHING METHOD One of the biggest concerns for CIP students is how to learn English. They often ask what the correct techniques and methods are to master this universal language. At CIP, we believe we’re on the right path, and have discovered the best techniques which our teachers employ for each student. Below is a list of methods for each area based on the CIP Level Chart for students. The time frame for each level often depends on the study habits and learning pace of the student. Level 100 – PRE-BEGINNER. (4-5 weeks) The lowest level of ESL students, with no vocabulary  Use of pictures to introduce vocabulary to teach “concrete” ideas i.e. ball, watch, man, car, etc.  Emphasis on repetition of basic words  Introduction of basic elementary vocabulary (GRADE 1)  Writing exercises, repetitive word patterns  Slow and relaxed speaking exercises Level 201 – ELEMENTARY. (3-4 weeks) The student is more comfortable with common phrases and expres- sions.  Introduction to basic grammar learning about nouns, verbs, and adjectives.  Focus on basic conversation, and understanding general topics for discussion  Writing is a primary focus to assist with creation of ideas and details of thoughts  Reading exercises often given for homework in order to prepare student’s mind for subsequent lessons  Reinforcement on pronunciation and intonation to improve listener understanding of the student Level 301 – PRE-INTERMEDIATE. (4-5 weeks) Student has the ability to have basic conversations with natives using basic common expressions and words; knows how to respond quickly with some confidence.  Advanced grammar is the key to this level to help beautify the communication of the student  Pronunciation and intonation are developed through repetition of word exercises and readings  Class lessons are now geared toward discussions on various topics rather than only introduction of vocabulary Native group class E
  • 8. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines ESL LEARNING: TEACHING METHOD ...continuation from last page… Level 401 – INTERMEDIATE. (4 weeks) Student now has a basic understanding of conversation; can easily deal with native English speakers at a basic level, and can communicate selfopinions and personal experiences.  Main focus is creative thinking and abstract conversations  Readings are based on advanced topics i.e. news articles, academic books, web articles  Vocabulary (GRADE 6) and idiomatic expressions are a strong focus for this level  Examinations of listening files and/or short videos to learn how words and expressions are used in various situations  Encouragement to give full detail to stories, opinion, and experiences when communicating  Public speaking is introduced to the student for confidence building Level 501 – UPPERINTERMEDIATE. (4 WEEKS) Student can communicate at an advanced level, and can utilize higher level vocabularies with minimal grammar mistakes.  Discussions about general business are a common theme in lessons  Idiomatic professional expressions are explained in more detail  Logic and systematic processes are part of student presentations  Student research on advanced topics are assignments given to students  General topics unfamiliar to students are introduced to learn advanced communication Mock job interview with natives Level 601 – ADVANCED. (4 weeks) Student speaks with almost complete fluency during professional occasions, academic and social gatherings.  Facial expressions and assumptions in various occasions are reviewed and discussed  Introduction to paraphrase lengthy experiences into simple words  Technical English in a wide of topics are discussed along with specific words related to individual areas E
  • 9. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines SAMPLE TIMETABLE  E
  • 10. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines DAILY SCHEDULE  E
  • 11. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines WEEKLY SCHEDULE  E
  • 12. www.cipschool.com ClarkofInstitute the Philippines MONTHLY SCHEDULE  E