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Methodology

Designed by experts

Introduction

Designed by experts

The courses are designed by experts in the creation of online material. The aim is to motivate, guide and equip you to achieve your learning goals and communicate effectively.

Learn to read, write, listen and speak

Course design

Learn to read, write, listen and speak

In the courses, you focus on language in context and practise all aspects of the language in a meaningful way.

Carefully structured to achieve your learning goals

A text- and task-driven approach to materials design

Carefully structured to achieve your learning goals

The courses are carefully structured to help you achieve your learning goals and successfully complete real-life tasks. You take an active role in your learning and become a more autonomous learner.

Practise natural language in a meaningful way

Topic cohesion

Practise natural language in a meaningful way

Units of the courses are based on topics. This means you learn language associated with each topic and have the opportunity to use what you learn in a meaningful and natural way.

Study all aspects of English

Holistic approach to language focus

Study all aspects of English

In the courses you find and understand a wide variety of written and spoken texts and focus on features like style and discourse, rather than just focusing on sentences in isolation.

Be an active learner

Inductive approach to grammar

Be an active learner

In the courses you discover how the language works and put your understanding into practice.

Use language creatively

A multi-layered syllabus

Use language creatively

In the courses there is equal focus on vocabulary, grammar, functional language, pronunciation, reading, writing, listening and speaking, and you can use the language in a creative, personalised way. You don't just learn standard answers to standard questions.

Exercises designed to help you learn

Exercise design

Exercises designed to help you learn

In the courses, feedback guides you to understanding. Exercises help you learn, rather than just testing what you learn. You focus on meaning first and then on form. As you progress you are challenged more, using a wide variety of engaging exercise types.