English as Second Language

ESL Prepa Session 1 (4 weeks)

The ESL Prepa calendar is in session format with two 4-week sessions offered. In the first session test takers are familiarized with mid-level to advanced English reading, speaking, listening and writing, and quizzes.

Reading (Students read a text and answer questions)
Listening (Students listen to audios and answer questions)
Speaking ( Students record their constructed responses.)
Language Form and Meaning ( Students read each sentence and select the appropriate word or phrase to form a complete sentence).

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English as Second Language

ESL Prepa Session 2 (4 weeks)


The ESL Prepa calendar is in session format with two 4-week sessions offered. In the second session test takers are familiarized with advanced English reading, speaking, listening, writing, quizzes. and mock exams for TOEFL or EILTS 

Reading Comprehension  (Students read each passage and choose the best answer )
Listening (Students listen to recordings of different talks and discussions. Then, following each audio, they will hear a question or a number of questions about what they just heard.)
Speaking Comprehension ( Students record their constructed responses.)
Language Form and Meaning ( Students read each sentence and select the appropriate word or phrase to form a complete sentence)

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English as Second Language

 TOEFL/EILTS Simulation Exams (2 weeks of intensive practice)

The Mock exam and practice tests help familiarize test takers with most of the question types found on the TOEFL and EILTS tests. 

Speaking section: students are asked to speak about a familiar topic and about a passage they have read and/or a lecture they have heard. Once they are finished recording their responses, they will hear sample responses for each question.

Listening section: Students answer questions about conversations and lectures they heard, then review the correct answer for each question.

Reading section: students answer questions about reading passages, and review the correct answer for each question.

Writing section: Students are asked to write their opinion about a passage they have read and a lecture they have heard. They are then shown the sample responses for each.

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