Spoken English Cource
Online (Classes on Zoom)
Monday to Friday
Worthy Tutors offer one course each month with limited seats.
Contents of the Course
Contents of the Course
- Introduction to Spoken English:
- Overview of the importance of spoken English.
- Basic communication principles.
- Introduction to common English phrases and expressions.
- Foundations of Pronunciation:
- Vowel and consonant sounds.
- Common pronunciation challenges.
- Practice exercises for improving pronunciation.
- Building Vocabulary:
- Everyday vocabulary for various situations (greetings, shopping, travel).
- Idiomatic expressions and phrases.
- Word games and activities for vocabulary enhancement.
- Grammar in Context:
- Basic grammar rules for spoken English.
- Practical usage of tenses in conversation.
- Common grammatical mistakes and how to avoid them.
- Listening and Comprehension:
- Listening exercises with various accents.
- Understanding different English accents.
- Discussion on movies, podcasts, or TED Talks for listening practice.
- Speaking Activities:
- Role-playing scenarios (ordering food, asking for directions).
- Group discussions on various topics.
- Debates and persuasive speaking exercises.
- Cultural Context and Etiquette:
- Understanding cultural nuances in English communication.
- Politeness and etiquette in English-speaking countries.
- Cross-cultural communication awareness.
- Real-life Simulations:
- Simulated real-life situations (interviews, meetings).
- Feedback sessions for improvement.
- Industry-specific vocabulary and phrases.
- Public Speaking Tips:
- Techniques for overcoming stage fright.
- Structuring effective speeches.
- Presentation skills and body language.
- Continuous Improvement:
- Self-assessment tools.
- Setting personal language learning goals.
- Resources for continuous learning (books, websites, apps).
Content Ideas to Improve Spoken English:
Create dialogues for common situations (e.g., at the airport, in a restaurant) and have learners practice them in pairs.
Develop scenarios for role-playing to encourage spontaneous conversation and application of learned skills.
Vocabulary Building Games:
Word association games, crossword puzzles, or flashcards to make vocabulary building fun.
Include listening exercises with native speakers, podcasts, and interviews to expose learners to different accents and speech patterns.
Analyze famous speeches or TED Talks together, discussing effective communication strategies.
Assign tasks like interviewing a native English speaker, creating a vlog, or participating in a language exchange program.