INTENSIVE BASIC IB-ESL

IB-ESL Classroom

IB ESL is an acronym for Intensive Basic English as a Second Language. From the name itself, it provides “intensive” training to students who want to improve their Basic English language skill, especially in speaking. The students will have lots of opptunities to converse in English, thus, improvement in English happens even in a short period of time.

STUDY ASSESSMENT SYSTEMLEVEL RECOMMENDATION:
LEVEL 1-6
MONTHLY TESTVOCABULARY TEST
Every end of term
• Written Level Test
• Speaking Test
• Word List Vocabulary Test
  • 1:1
    (6 Classes)
  • Group
    (2 Classes)
  • Special Group
    (2 Classes)
  • Vocabulary Test & Self Study
    (3 Hours)
  • 10 Classes +
    3 Hours of Self Study

Certificate and Students Class Record

A certifi cate and a student’s class record are issued upon graduating as long as s/he has at least attended 90 % of his/her classes. Student’s class record includes class behaviour, scores and levels that shows his/her English level improvement and overall performance evaluated by the teachers.

Class Regulation

  1. Schedules assigned is ranking dependent.
  2. Special class is provided depending on the student’s level and purpose of training. Once a student applies, s/he will be strictly monitored for 2 weeks. Thus, attendance is a must.
  3. Going out is prohibited from Mondays to Fridays.
  4. Students may go on a trip on weekends and holidays.
  5. English zones are designated where speaking English is strictly enforced.
  6. Group classes and Special classes are subject to change.
  7. 1 class consists of 45 minutes class time and a 10 minute break.

Curriculum

1:1
(6 Classes)
SpeakingEnhances the speaking skills through interaction with a teacher.
Writing & GrammarProvide exercises through writing exercises while teacher grammar and advance writing.
Reading & ListeningImproves reading skills through analyzing context given while listening material are given and guided to improve listening.
Group
(2 Classes)
Discussion Class2 different classes are given. First group class focuses on pronunciation and intensifi ed small group discussion while the second group class will target grammar, situational English and other important aspects needed to improve.
Special
(2 Classes)
English PatternsVarious common expressions will be practiced and used in a practical conversation set-up.
GrammarBasic English Grammar are taught through different teaching approaches designed for different level of students.
CNN or Listen a MinuteBasic English Grammar are taught through different teaching approaches designed for different level of students.
Evening
Programs
VocabularyVocabulary familiarization and tests are given from Monday to Friday.
Self-studyStudents are given designated seats to study and are strictly monitored by managers.

* Students can change their schedules depending on their purpose of studying * Group class will be determined based on their levels * Special classes can be changed.

Weekday Time Schedule
6:30 – 7:30Breakfast
7:30–8:15Class
8:25–9:10Class
9:20–10:05Class
10:15–11:00Class
11:00–11:50Lunch
11:50–12:35Class
12:45–13:30Class
13:40–14:25Class
14:35–15:20Class
15:30–16:15Class
16:25–17:10Class
17:10–18:30Dinner
18:40–19:20Vocabulary Test
20:00–22:00Self-study