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If you have worked hard to achieve a high level of English, you may be wanting to find interesting ways to practise using the language without resorting to traditional course books.
A. Board/Card Games in English.
To play a completely new game can be a tough challenge: Some modern games are very complex and sometimes the rules have loopholes that need to be negotiated by the group. The process of preparing to play involves intensive reading for detail, and discussion with colleagues to check understanding. The first play-through involves discussion to further check understanding and hypothesizing the value of possible moves or strategies. The games would not be played competitively, but rather cooperatively with continuous discussion on rules and strategy. After playing, the group can further discuss the experience and produce written reviews.
Examples of games of varying complexity:
(Left) Nine Men’s Morris - relatively simple rules, so not much reading required, but possible discussions on strategy. (Middle) Tablut - more complex rules and strategy. (Right) Caverna - 24 pages of rules would make this a multi-lesson project.
Group size: 3 - 6. Number of lessons: Once per week 90 - 120 minutes throughout the academic year October - June. Price: Standard course prices or payment for 4-lesson blocks. Materials provided: Rules sheets as required.
B. CLIL: Content and Language Integrated Learning.
Whatever high school subject you are studying, especially those you may have problems with, you can find help with us through the medium of English. You can kill two birds with one stone - improve your grades in any field of your choice and improve your English at the same time!
Individual lessons are the probable format for this type of learning, priced accordingly at one-to-one rates, with as many lessons as required.
Groups are possible, size: 3 - 6. Number of lessons: Once per week 60 - 90 minutes throughout the academic year October - June. Price: Standard course prices or payment for 4-lesson blocks.
These courses will be conducted by a native speaker of British English.