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ESL Learning: CIP’s Teaching Method
One of the biggest concerns for CIP students is how ...
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CIP - ESL Learning: Teaching Method


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Trường Anh ngữ CIP – thành phố Clark
Học tiếng Anh lớp 1:1 với giáo viên bản ngữ (Anh, Mỹ, Úc, Canada, New Zeland…) tại thành phố Clark – gần thủ đô Manila
Trường Anh ngữ CIP (Clark Institution of the Philippines) thành lập năm 2007, là trường dạy tiếng Anh theo mô hình 1:1 (1 học viên học trực tiếp với 1 giáo viên) với giáo viên bản ngữ từ Anh, Mỹ, Úc, Canada, New Zealand… và giáo viên Filipino. CIP chấp nhận học viên từ 7 tuổi trở lên từ các quốc gia khác nhau như Hàn Quốc, Nhật Bản, Việt Nam, Trung Quốc, Đài Loan, Brazil, Yemen, Nga…
Học viên có thể ghi danh vào các khóa đào tạo phù hợp với nhu cầu của mình gồm tiếng Anh cơ bản đến nâng cao (Intensive Premium, A, B, C & D), luyện thi IELTS, TOEIC, TOEFL, tiếng Anh thương mại & LCCI, Anh văn cho trẻ em (A & C), Anh văn cho người mới bắt đầu với lớp 1:1 do giáo viên bản ngữ dạy lớp 1:1 và tất cả các lớp học nhóm.
✈ Liên hệ với MICE để được hỗ trợ chi tiết về Du học tiếng Anh Philippines:
Điện thoại: 0904 13 74 71
Khu phố 1, P. Tăng Nhơn Phú B, Quận 9, TPHCM.

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CIP - ESL Learning: Teaching Method

  1. 1. CIP’s Teaching Method Page 1 of 2 ESL Learning: CIP’s 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 101 – BEGINNER. (3-4 weeks) Elementary level of ESL students, with basic words and a few common phrases  Introduction and strong emphasis to basic reading and vocabulary (GRADE 1 elementary)  Basis phrases and common words are reviewed daily  Introduction to listening exercises with repetition to strengthen understanding  Repetition of common phrases and expressions  Focus on reading exercises to reinforce pronunciation Level 101A – BEGINNER ADVANCED. (3-4 weeks) Just above the 101 level, but shows improvement in speech and vocabulary.  Continued focus on learning basic vocabulary (GRADE 1-2 elementary)  Emphasis on intonation and pronunciation using relaxed and slow speech  Repetitive writing exercises given to student for memorization of words and ideas  Focus on reading for comprehension  Introduction to basic speaking and conversation using learning elementary words and expressions Level 201 – ELEMENTARY. (3-4 weeks) The student is more comfortable with common phrases and expressions.  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 201A – ELEMENTARY ADVANCED. (3-4 weeks) The student is able to understand basic conversation, and shows a competency level slightly greater than the 201 level students.  Continued review on basic grammar, while being introduced to more complex structured sentences  Emphasis on speaking with detail or “concrete speaking”  Supported explanations of English culture to students to learn the effective ways of communication with native speakers  Abstract vocabulary (common adjectives and idiomatic expressions) are an essential part of the 201A level (GRADE 3-4 LEVEL)  Reading exercises to support understand basic ideas, and to further build upon student’s thoughts in English 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  Strong emphasis on providing details to stories, using synonyms and antonyms  Concentrated effort on vocabulary to enhance attractiveness of communication
  2. 2. CIP’s Teaching Method Page 2 of 2 Level 301A – PRE-INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED. (4-5 weeks) Speaking level has improved from the basic and elementary levels; student is familiar and comfortable with basic expressions and can demonstrate limited self-opinions with some detail.  Introduction to speaking on different life topics is a priority to this level  Students learn the value of ‘connectors’ while speaking i.e. on the other hand, at the same time, in other words  Writing exercises are emphasized to develop creative thinking and speaking skills  Advanced grammar is a continued part of focus to develop commonly spoken communication  Reinforcement of speaking with deeper explanations of idiomatic expressions and vocabulary (GRADE 4-5)  Discussions on English culture in English speaking countries are essential improve communication with native speakers 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 self-opinions 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 401A – INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED. (4 weeks) Student shows the ability to communicate at a relaxed level, and commits less grammar mistakes when speaking on general topics of interest.  Abstract thinking is the focus of this level  Emphasis on learning to connect simple ideas to complex details  Business terminology and idioms in general business are introduced  Slight reminders and review of grammar if mistakes are made orally or in writing  Conversations based more on current news and events  Emphasis on student presentations to reinforce confidence while speaking with few or many people Level 501 – UPPER-INTERMEDIATE. (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 Level 501A – UPPER-INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED. (4 weeks) Student has the ability to communicate, as well as, motivate others while speaking in a wide range of topics.  Learning how to respond to native responses in an appropriate manner on profound topics  Introduction to understanding facial expressions and the ability to “read between the lines”  Pronunciation and intonation techniques to enhance significance and meanings of speaker’s messages  Relating to various English speakers, native and non-native, alike  Academic writing a main focus for this level 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 Level 701 – SENIOR. (4 weeks) Fluency is achieved. Communication is precise, and the student’s communication comparable to a native.  Specified areas of English for future goals of the student to work in a targeted area is discussed  Further discussions on unique and specific topics are practiced  Listening and conversation is the main focus of this student