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1 General English Skills Course Handbook

2 FOREWORD Welcome by the Dean of the School of Foundation & English Language Studies It is a pleasure to welcome you to BPP University. The aim of this course is to help you improve your English language skills. You will get the most out of your time with us if you understand that high quality education is a two-way activity in which all students must engage. Our tutors and support staff are committed to helping you to get the most from your time at BPP University, but please do not forget that the main effort must come from you! We welcome feedback, both good and bad, to help us continually improve this course and we look forward to working with you. Let s have a great time together! Good luck with your English language study and your future! Amanda Blackmore Professor Amanda Blackmore Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Dean, School of Foundation and English Language Studies

3 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form Welcome by Director of Programmes We would all like to wish you a warm welcome to BPP University. We hope very much that you will find your time with us enjoyable and useful. This course has been designed with great care and based on many years experience of teaching English. We are familiar with the different needs of the many types of people who come to us for tuition. At the same time we really value your comments and suggestions as it is important that you keep us informed so we might improve. You will meet people from many cultures and races at BPP and we hope that you will enjoy the opportunity of this diversity. You will get the most out of the course if you are happy and comfortable. So do tell us if you are worried about something, or if you have a problem. We wish you a very happy stay and look forward to working with you. Paul Evans Paul Evans Director of Programmes, School of Foundation and English Language Studies 3

4 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form Contents Details... 5 Overview of Course... 5 General English Skills Level General English Skills Level General English Skills Level General English Modes of Assessment MODULE TITLE: General English General English Levels 1, 2 &

5 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE Details Course Title General English Skills Delivering Body BPP University You will receive a certificate of attendance and completion for each part of the course you pass, specifying your exit level. Because the course is non-credit and non-award bearing, it does not count towards any undergraduate or postgraduate programme that you may go on to study. Overview of Course The General English Skills course is designed to provide you with an opportunity to improve your general English skills, and achieve a level of communication in English equivalent to B1 on the Common European Framework of Reference. The General English Skills course consists of three stages and you may enrol to complete one, two, or all three levels: General English Skills Level 1 (split into two subgroups depending on level on entry) General English Skills Level 2 General English Skills Level 3 When you arrive we will make sure that you are put on the right part of the course to get the most out of your studies. When you successfully complete General English Skills level 3, you may progress to BPP University s International Foundation programmes. 5

6 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form Introduction The course will provide you with English language skills that will help you communicate with other English speakers from around the world. This will be achieved through the completing of tasks requiring communication with others, and using real life written examples. You will improve your general English through teaching methods and materials that put you at the centre of the learning. We will be responsive to your needs and the course will also involve cultural activities and visits that will give you the opportunity to use English language in real-life situations. We will give you feedback on how you are doing throughout the course so you can see how you are getting on and where you might improve. You will need to successfully complete assessments each term to progress to the next level. Some of the content of a module may change slightly from what is written in here depending on your needs. All students have a personal tutor who will work with them throughout their studies to support and guide them in order to achieve their study goals, and help them to progress to the next. If you do not require a visa then you can study English over your chosen period. If you require a visa to study with us will receive advice about the length of time you can study with us, depending on your current level of English and the level you wish to reach at the end of the course. 6

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8 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and approximate IELTS Equivalence 8

9 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form LEARNING OUTCOMES Learning outcomes describe what you should know and be able to do if you make full use of the opportunities for learning provided Reading Level 1 A1/A2 Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Writing Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need. Listening Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Level 2 A2/B1 Can understand sentences and expressions related to areas of immediate relevance (e.g. basic personal and family information, work, school & leisure). Can communicate in routine tasks requiring a direct exchange of information on familiar matters. Can describe aspects of his/her background, and environment, and matters in areas of need. Can understand sentences and expressions related to areas of immediate relevance (e.g. basic personal and family information, work, school & leisure). Level 3 B2 Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise while travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Speaking Level 1 A1/A2 Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple exchange of information on familiar Level 2 A2/B1 Can communicate in routine tasks requiring a direct exchange of information on familiar matters. Level 3 B2 Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite 9

10 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form and routine matters. Can describe aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need. Can describe aspects of his/her background, and environment, and matters in areas of need. possible without strain for either party. Pass mark The General English Skills course is graded pass/fail. The pass mark is 50%. Where you are undertaking more than one term of study, you must reach the requisite level of English before progressing onto the next level of the course. At each level the language difficulty and difficulty of the tasks and exercises undertaken will increase as you progress through the course and improve your English abilities. 10

11 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form General English General Information School Credit Value Contact Hours Course School of Foundation and English Language Studies None 200 Hours F2F (10 weeks per level) Stage 1: General English Skills Level 1 (2 entry points) Stage 2: General English Skills Level 2 Stage 3: General English Skills Level 3 Course Leader Related Modules Pre-requisites Co-requisites Post-requisites Excluded Combinations External Accrediting Body Rachael Derrick / Steve Dixon-Smith None None None None None Introduction This course provides you with general English skills from an elementary level in order to allow you to develop basic communicative competence in the language equivalent to level B1 or B2 on the Common European Framework of Reference, depending on your entry level. This will be achieved through progressive practice and enhancement of your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. On satisfactory completion of General English Skills Level 3, students will have the option of progression to BPP University s International Foundation programmes. 11

12 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form Educational Aims This course aims to: Provide students with essential language skills for general purposes, communication in the workplace, and the level necessary to progress on to BPP University s Foundation programmes, if required. Provide students with an opportunity to increase their competence in all four skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Increase the students lexical resource, grammatical range and accuracy. Improve their spoken fluency with focus upon intonation and pronunciation at word and at sentence level. Improve descriptive as well as functional writing skills. 12

13 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form Modes of Assessment Each level of the Course is assessed through the completion of both formative assessments and one (1) independent task [the Summative Element] testing elements of English; Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing and Language Development. Formative Assessment Formative assessments are designed to give students an opportunity to practice assessments and to receive tutor feedback on their progress against the learning outcomes prior to the summative assessment. Formative assessment grades do not contribute to the final module grade. All Formative assessments are individual assessments unless otherwise stated. Summative Assessment Summative assessments are those assessments which contribute to your module grade. Summative assessments are individual assessments unless otherwise stated. For each level of the course there is one summative assessment made up of five parts testing your listening, speaking, reading, writing and language development. Each part has equal weight. The pass mark for each will be 50% 13

14 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 FORMATIVE FORMATIVE FORMATIVE Listening Listening comprehension test. Listening comprehension test. Listening comprehension test Speaking Group role play activity / discussion Group role play activity / discussion Group role play activity / discussion Reading Reading comprehension test Reading comprehension test Reading comprehension test Writing Initial assessment Initial assessment Initial assessment Informal brief written communication: test Informal descriptive writing: test Opinion-based informative and descriptive written communication: test Language Development Initial assessment (LD). Progress LD test Initial assessment (LD). Progress LD test Initial assessment (LD). Progress LD test 14

15 HE Certificate in Business Studies Programme Proposal Form SUMMATIVE (100% of assessment) SUMMATIVE (100% of assessment) SUMMATIVE (100% of assessment) Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Listening Listening comprehension test. Listening comprehension test. Listening comprehension test Speaking Small group role play based on an authentic situation Small group role play / discussion based on an authentic situation Small group role play / discussion based on an authentic situation Reading Reading comprehension test 80% Progress reading portfolio 20% Reading comprehension test 80% Progress reading portfolio 20% Reading comprehension test 80% Progress reading portfolio 20% Writing Produce a progress writing portfolio 100% Timed piece of writing 80% Progress writing portfolio 20% Timed piece of writing 80% Progress writing portfolio 20% Language Development Timed language development test Timed language development test Timed language development test 15

16 INDICATIVE SCHEME OF WORK TITLE: General English Syllabus Listening and Speaking Skills: Listening to a range of spoken texts for gist and specific information Engaging in communicative tasks with classmates Analysing and practising features of English pronunciation, including phonemic and prosodic elements Raising awareness of features of connected speech for recognition and production Practising pre-listening strategies and reflecting on content Reception and production of spoken language for everyday communication with focus on both intelligibility and acceptability. Reading and Writing skills: Reading a range of texts for gist and specific information. Increasing knowledge of text structure and purpose Extended reading of a variety of text types Writing process (generating ideas, planning and organisation, etc.); Encouraging self-correction Recognising genres of writing and producing texts according to conventions of the genre Describing, comparing, presenting opinions etc. for a variety of everyday communicative purposes Language Development Grammar and Vocabulary: Initial analysis of students' needs; Systematic work on key areas of grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation (to be adjusted according to students needs); Development of core vocabulary 16

17 INDICATIVE OUTLINES The General English course is organised as follows (the division of the various skills and hours is to be understood as an average estimate per week and can be adjusted on a week-by-week basis as required by specific activities and the needs of the group): Level 1: Language Development: Grammar and Vocabulary Listening & Speaking 6 (hrs/week) 7 (hrs/week) Reading & Writing 7 (hrs/week) Level 2: Language Development: Grammar and Vocabulary Listening & Speaking 6 (hrs/week) 7 (hrs/week) Reading & Writing 7 (hrs/week) Level 3: Language Development: Grammar and Vocabulary Listening & Speaking 6 (hrs/week) 7 (hrs/week) Reading & Writing 7 (hrs/week) 17

18 Topic Development: Language Listening Speaking Outline This component is designed to Improve grammatical range and accuracy Increase lexical range, knowledge of semantics and parts of speech The teaching strategy for this course component is; To ensure a gradual and systematic build up of knowledge To ensure that this knowledge is practised in context within the classroom and also outside To regularly set and mark homework tasks To set regular online progress tests The aim of this component is to help with the acquisition of listening skills by listening to dialogues, monologues, stories, interviews, discussions, podcasts, broadcasts and talks. The teaching strategy for this course component is: To teach skills, such as predicting content from context, to help students focus on the topic in question To teach students how to listen for specific information To teach students how to follow connected speech To use authentic teaching resources and encourage students to use their listening skills externally at all times and in all environments. The aim of this course component is to help with the acquisition of speaking skills by introducing functional speaking tasks, firstly in controlled form, and then progressing to freer activities in order to increase the students ability to communicate orally over a wide range of everyday and work contexts. The teaching strategy of this course component is: To use the language learned in other components in authentic oral communication activities To encourage task-based participation from all class members To create classroom models based upon everyday situations To introduce basic phonetics, including the phonetic alphabet To identify and resolve problematic areas of pronunciation and intonation at word and sentence level Reading The aim of this component is to improve the overall ability of students to understand written English and develop their skills in relation to general texts. The emphasis is more on developing detailed comprehension and linguistic knowledge than on developing reading strategies. The teaching strategy of the module is to: Improve students overall ability in understanding written English Develop students skills in reading general texts Improve students reading fluency Develop students vocabulary Encourage students to relate their purposes to particular reading 18

19 strategies Relevant texts will be selected to reflect the English language ability of the students for developing reading strategies in class. Writing Students will also be encouraged to engage in an extended reading programme making use of graded readers appropriate to students levels. The aim of the writing component is to provide an overall introduction to writing in English for functional and personal purposes. The course will take account of the growing role of written communication for keeping in touch with friends and family through digital media. 19

20 Books and Texts General English Skills Levels 1, 2 & 3 The core text book for the Programme is the following: Macmillan Publishers Global Coursebook and Workbooks Additional resources are available online at Additional teaching materials (with printing and re-producing permissions) are as follows: Reading Extra: A resource book of multi- level skills activities, Liz Driscoll : CUP Listening Extra: A resource book of multi- level skills activities, Miles Craven: CUP Writing Extra: A resource book of multi- level skills activities, Graham Palmer: CUP Speaking Extra: A resource book of multi- level skills activities, Mick Gammidge: CUP Murphy, R. (2004). English Grammar in Use, Cambridge: CUP. Murphy, R. (2007) Essential Grammar in Use Cambridge: CUP. Cambridge Learner s Dictionary (4 th edition). Cambridge: CUP. Cambridge English Readers: Level 2 - Elementary / Lower Intermediate Level 3 - Lower Intermediate Level 4 - Intermediate Online Resources In addition to class-based language work, online resources will provide students with a structured programme of skills development activities to be accessed independently. These will be offered via the moodle platform utilising global e-workbook materials. Performance and completion of these tasks will be monitored. Students will also have access to a range of CD ROM and e-learning facilities via the learning resource centre. 20

21 SECTION 5: SCHEME OF WORK The scheme of work is indicative of what will happen in the week of study, and will be subject to detailed lesson plans Non-Award Course Title: General English Skills Level 1 Session Content Language Development Reading skills Listening skills Writing Speaking Preliminary Work Week 1 Articles Possessive adjectives International words Numbers 1-10 Numbers & website addresses Global English Power of numbers Numbers Forms Conversation Finding out personal info 2 Prepositions Wh- questions Present simple (3 rd person) Created capital Commuting Calendars Megacities Cities and countries Describing a routine Personal information Making decisions Describing Megacities Describing places also and too Daily routine Time and Dates Cultural Visit 3 Possessive s Questions with do/does Object pronouns Shakespeare s tragic families Clans Meeting places Clans Man s best friend? Your family A personal description Talking and asking about friends Emphasising Family Man s best friend? Colours Describing what you do with friends Adjectives to describe characteristics really 4 There is / There are Count and uncount nouns Unusual hotels Couchsurfing A full-english breakfast Describing a home A full-english breakfast Writing about what you would like to eat Inventing a hotel Talking about your house Consonant 21

22 Quantifiers Hungry planet clusters Hotel facilities Furniture Food & drink An to a hotel Describing a picture of a breakfast Linking words Fresh and processed food a type of, a kind of a sort of Cultural Visit 5 Frequency adverbs (every day/ week/ month) Frequency adverbs (always, often, sometimes ) World cinema Make a pitch Television theories World cinema People talking about television programmes Writing a pitch A review A trip to the cinema Television habits Talking about TV A trip to the cinema Types of film TV programmes Phrasal verbs (turn down, turn off) See, watch 6 Can (possibility) Can (ability) Was/were Questions with was/were The Gallup survey Ten facts about typing School days Benefits at work Important firsts Centres of learning School days Writing about a job A job application Schools in your country School subjects Jobs Abilities Types of school School subjects A (little) bit Cultural Visit 7 Past simple Past simple (questions and negatives) it The news from All the president s men The great eskimo vocabulary hoax The news from All the president s men Storm chase A biography Describing an event A news story Conversations with it Opinions about the weather Storm chase A day out History and story Weather 8 Present continuous Present simple and present continuous The comparative The infinitive of purpose Pedal power Coming to Hong Kong Culture shock Global migration Why did you go? The Mid-Levels Escalators Feelings An about culture shock A report Transport questionnaire A travel dialogue Changes in population What would you take and why? 22

23 Transport Big numbers Feelings What would you take and why? Cultural Visit 9 Present perfect The superlative Have got One and ones Nature Life events One planet, one place! Rites of passage Body styles A conversation about an unusual species Parts of the body The history of fashion Describing someone A speech Contact with nature Life events Parts of the body Parts of the face Clothes Talking about colours 10 -ing forms Going to Present perfect and past simple Free time activities Places in a city Fun and funny Sports Playing games -less and -ful Masters of fun Malta A ball can change the world Kim s game Reasons for visiting Malta Popular language games An to a friend Free time activities Malta Planning a weekend Asking about sport Playing games Explaining a game Word Bingo 23

24 Non-Award Course Title: General English Skills Level 2 Session Content Language Development Reading skills Listening skills Writing Speaking Preliminary Work 1 Word order in questions What and How questions Present simple, frequency adverbs Present continuous The ID card Six degrees of separation CCTV is watching you Descriptions of people Descriptions of personal relationships Explanation of the Six Degrees of Separation A personal description Describing people False identities The alphabet Family and friends Linking words Everyday objects Describing people Look / look like 2 Countable / uncountable nouns, quantifiers The infinitive The infinitive of purpose Tastes comforting Ten kitchen secrets The people behind the drinks Talk on Zao Shen Talk on water and the human body Description of food and drink Food questionnaire How do you make it? Food tips Describing a kitchen /k/ and /ts/ Vocab: food, in the kitchen, containers, the human body What do you like to drink? Cultural Visit 3 Past simple and past continuous Used to Vocab: works of art, furniture and furnishings, feelings, just Discovered! True stories of art discoveries The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde High Fidelity by Nick Hornby Lecture on the history of sound recording Talk on music in film and tv A scene from a short story A review Describing works of art Retelling stories Describing pictures 4 Future hopes and plans When I grow up Interviews with two aid workers An to a friend My hopes and plans Future plans and intentions: be going to, present continuous Prediction and ability: will, be able to Pandora s box Things will get worse famous dystopias in literature Conversation about An Inconvenient Truth Foreign aid Hope Climate change questionnaire Word stress Future time Clauses Adjectives and synonyms, global 24

25 issues, phrasal verbs, geographical features, -ed/-ing endings Cultural Visit 5 Have Modal verbs -ing verbs Present perfect, have been / have gone Vocab: work, work issues Profile of an Indian call centre worker Ten facts about amusement parks around the world Conversations between bosses and employees Presentation about The serious leisure perspective Leisure Time A CV Jobs Job characteristics Ten questions about leisure Job vs work The verb: play Contractions Past participles 6 Comparatives with er and more Comparatives (a bit / much / as as) Sauperlatives Phrasal verbs and objects The science of happiness Fitter Happier Frankentein by Mary Shelley Going, going, gone The Luddites Conversation about the worst jobs in science Website addresses Conversations about computer problems Describing advantages and disadvantages Happiness Guessing jobs Dangerous knowledge The schwa Website addresses Modern technology Sentence stress Cultural Visit 7 Present perfect with for and since A brief history of time zones Talk on the concept of time Giving your opinion The best time to Present perfect with yet and already A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens A lifetime of financial concerns Time-saving inventions Sentence stress Describing pictures A bank loan A different kind of bank 8 Passive voice First conditional Second conditional Prepositions of movement House or home? Adjectives and prepositions Words that mean trip Bram Stoker s Dracula The cat came came back Travel guidebooks The Beach by Alex Garland New kinds of tourism Famous homes Conversations with travel guides A dialogue A description of a town A tour of your home Animals Beach resorts Describing photos If you could go anywhere Sentence stress Cultural Visit 9 Modal verbs of advice Could/couldn t/had Milestones of modern medicine Talk on the common cold Advice on cures A sick note An outline post The common cold Sports 25

26 to/didn t have to Past perfect Reported statements Say, tell and ask Win and beat Vocab: feeling ill, medical treatment Olympic losers for the common cold Conversation at the doctor s questionnaire A visit to the doctor Fitness questionnaire Word stress 10 Defining relative clauses Definite article Verb form review Both, neither Words that mean new Words that mean game Brave New Words by Kerry Maxwell New places for a new world Old but loved: the Trabart Interview with Kerry Maxwell Two classic board games Definitions game A report on studies Famous quotes Driving questionnaire A board game Consonant clusters Sentence stress and intonation Vocab: transport, games, places 26

27 Non-Award Course Title: General English Skills Level 3 Scheme of Work Session Content Language Development Reading skills Listening skills Writing Speaking Preliminary Work 1 State and actions verbs Present simple and present continuous Questions Subject object questions The Hobbit English for Specific Purposes Towards a definition of culture Greetings English for a specific purpose Capitals of culture Culture quiz A report Intonation and different meaning Fantasy stories and film Word stress Nominating a town Culture quiz Collocations for describing places The verb look 2 Past simple and past continuous Past simple and past perfect Modifiers Used to / would Extreme adjectives White Teeth Grimm s fairy tales Legendary places modern meanings An interview with a ghost writer A fairy tale Ghost - writing a partner s experience A mini saga A narrative Word stress Weak forms Sentence stress Prepositions Talking about meaning Cultural Visit 3 Future forms: plans and intentions Will and be going to for predictions Words to describe statistics Words that go with problem Endless energy Coming in fro the cold Weather ups and downs A desert survival expert Energy sources In a department store An online comment: giving opinions A list poem A formal letter Talking about a photo Planning a trip Talking about the cold Intonation 4 Present perfect and past simple Present perfect with yet and already So and such Real conditionals Giving the news Contrastive stress Word stress Telling a friwend your news Making predictions about a film Unusual / usual The average English man or woman Cultural Visit 5 Modals of obligation and permission Past modals of Asimov s laws of robotics I m a Teacher, Get Me Out of Laws of bureaucracy An orderly lunch Cartoon captions My school Government Bureaucrattic situation 27

28 obligation Here! years Sentence stress Present perfect simple / continuous with for and since Giving instructions order in the kitchen Separable phrasal verbs -ics and- ology Government collocations Education compound nouns Phrasal verbs with up 6 Passive voice Articles Reported statements and questions Reported requests and commands Now you see it, now you don t Optical illusions Overheard in New York Optical illusions Ways of speaking What did she say? An interview about the stasi A description of a place Photography Colours ands shapes Describing equipment the Cultural Visit 7 Defining relative clauses Non-defining relative clauses Countable and uncountable nouns Wish A good swap / trash or treasure Meeting our demands Tulipmania Three men on a desert island Describing objects for an auction Giving her opinion Bartering The best way to make money Word stress Something you were motivated to do jokes The letter i 8 Would Second conditional Third conditional Past modals of deduction Life of Pi Lost in space Top five inventions / discoveries made by accident Finding treasure Sending objects into space Bulgaria s Thracian treasures How would your life have been different? An essay Describing a picture A guessing game Intonation Finding treasure Speculating about treasure Cultural Visit 9 Verb patterns: verbs followed by ing and infinitive with to Comparatives and superlatives Verbs followed by prepositions Stereotypes Room 101 Classic sporting rivalries A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainia The relationship between the English and the French Sports Expanding sentences An informal English and French satirical images Word stress Sentence stress and meaning Categories Sports Love 10 Verb form review Famous Descriptions of A thank you Silent letters 28

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