Cursus Engels gevorderden (B1.1-B1.2)

Cursuscode: 6254

This English Pre-Intermediate Course 4 (B1.1-B1.2) course is taught in English and open to students of all nationalities. It follows on from English Pre-Intermediate Course 3/Cursus Engels gevorderden B1.0-B1.1.

This course is for you if…
•    You can already communicate simply in English and understand English in familiar situations (with some difficulty);
•    You already know how to talk and write about things that always happen, things happening right now, things that happened in the past and things that will happen in the future.

•    You feel ready to learn how to describe experience (‘I have worked here a long time so I always train new colleagues’) and discuss discoveries (‘A skeleton has been found under a car park in Leicester. It is believed to be Richard III, who was killed in 1485’).
You enjoy discussing things like discoveries, nature, and the human brain.

You will do more than the things listed above. We just listed these things to help you to judge your level and sign up for the right course.

Please buy the course book before the first lesson. We will work through units 10-12 on this course. You should spend about 2 hours each week on your homework.

• Boek: Keynote BRE Pre-Intermediate SB/WB Combo Split B + DVD-ROM + WB Audio, Cengage, ISBN  9781337561396 (Units 10-12) € 37,-  Buy the book here

Schrijf je in
Woensdag 22 januari 2020
12 lessen van 1,5 uur aanvangstijd 18:30 (klik hier voor de lijst met data en tijden per bijeenkomst)
Prijs: € 260,00
Mw. F. (Fay) Parkin
Boek: Keynote BRE Pre-Intermediate SB/WB Combo Split B + DVD-ROM + WB Audio, Cengage (klik hier voor meer informatie)
18:30 - 20:00
Locatie: Mauritskade 58: Ingang Oosterpark zijde (klik hier voor de adresgegevens)
F. (Fay) Parkin
Fay Parkin has worked at the Volkuniversiteit since September 2018. She has a Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English to Adults and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (specialising in Adult English and Literacy). She is currently working on her Masters in Adult Learning and Global Change. Before moving to Amsterdam, she lived in London and worked with adult migrants and refugees in community and adult education centres. She loves teaching in new places and has spent time working in Australia, Germany, Japan and Macedonia. Outside teaching, she enjoys travelling, cycling and watching tennis.