English as a Second Language (ESL) training has become increasingly important in preparing students for today’s world. English skills are needed by those who work in international commerce and services, fields that are growing in today’s interconnected global economy. Further, migrations of people to English-speaking countries have resulted in millions of people who urgently need to be competent in the language of their new home. Applied Scholastics offers a widely used, highly successful ESL program that uses Study Technology tools to guide students through the challenges of mastering the English language and trains teachers to deliver the ESL program with Study Technology.
People fail to learn and use English because of:
The abilities that can be gained from the Applied scholastics ESL program are:
Topics: Body parts, classroom, family, personal pronouns, job, verbs, numbers 1 – 100, clothes, colours, food and drink.
Topics: Human body, classroom, family, adjectives, numbers 1 – 100, professions, colours, clothes, time, verbs, materials, food, places, prepositions, cosmetics, average day, days of the week, house.
Topics: Adjectives, verbs, adverbs of time, bathroom, months, seasons, kitchen, bedroom, ordinals, prepositions, weather, living room, hobbies, animals.
Topics: Adjectives, people around us, at the doctor's, restaurant, travelling in the city, hotel, adjectives and adverbs, verbs, clothes and shopping, post office, holiday, prepositions, verbs in third person,
countries and nationalities.
Grammar:Demonstrative pronouns (this/that/these/those), plural, the verb „be“ in present, telling time– hours, possessive pronouns (my, your...¨), basic verbs in present
Grammar: demonstrative pronouns (this/that/these/those), plural, the verb „be“ in present and past, articles (a, an, the), possessive pronouns (my, your...), two consecutive verbs, the modal verb „can“.
Grammar: review of the verb „be“ in present and past, review of present simple, present continuous, past continuous, future simple, the verb „have to“, some/any/no, there is/are, much/many, comparison of adjectives, review of the verb „can“.
Grammar: review of simple and continuous tenses, present perfect (never, ever, already, yet), review of modal verbs: should, would, could, shall, who/which questions, review of „be going to“, each other/one another, first conditional (if/when), reflexive pronouns (myself, yourself), interrogative pronouns (who), review of passive voice in past tense.
Topics: Restaurant, doctor/dentist, driving and travelling in the city, airport, adjectives with prepositions, relationships, phrasal verbs, verbs, job and business, verbs (make/do), the verbs force, allow, remind, persuade, order, promise, need, tell.
Topics: Goals, slang, phrasal verbs, adverbs, prepositions followed by -ing (be interested in, be good at), phrases for conversation, prefixes and suffixes (ir-, im-, -ness), verbs for use in the office, society.
Topics: Bank and money, phrases with in (in doubt, in fact), conversation phrases (I suppose so, I guess not), the world today (planet Earth), the difference between interested/interesting, verbs (mention, doubt, know, realize), art, business and office, travelling (hotel, holiday, information center), weather
Topics: Hotel and travelling, phrasal verbs, conversation phrases, crime, office, business, people around us, environment, new job, society.
Grammar: Review of simple and continuous tenses, review and further knowledge of present perfect, present perfect continuous, there is/was/will be, past perfect, contracted form going to/gonna, be able to, be allowed to, be used to/get used to, review of conditionals, the phrases „So do I./Neither do I.“.
Grammar: Review of all tenses, zero, first and second conditionals, passive voice, may/might, ought to, past perfect simple and past perfect continuous, make/let, reported speech, sequence of tenses, the expression „have sth done“, question tags, expressing quantity and quality.
Grammar:Review of tenses and all their uses, review of modal verbs and their past forms (would have, could have, should have), review of conditionals (zero, first, second and third conditional), preferences (I´d better, I´d rather), conjunctions followed by -ing, emphasis (I do), wish clauses, further knowledge of sequence of tenses.
Grammar: Review of modal verbs in past tense, review of „might“ expressing future, review of „be used to“ and „get used to“, review of conditionals (0, 1, 2, 3), review of wish clauses, verbs not followed by „to“, verbs followed by -ing, „So do I./Neither do I.“ in all tenses, mixed conditional, expressing uncertain future (If I were to), the more....the more, would always, future perfect simple and continuous, have/get sth done.