ESL

ESL Course

ESL PROGRAM

This course is the primary foundation of all the advancing programs.
WALES has 3 type ESL Course ( ESL FLEXIBLE, ESL and Real-Talk ESL ). Students can choose programs according to the goals of each.
*Caters to nine (9) levels of students’ competency from D to S.

  • The classes are designed to help students understand the basic concepts of language.
  • Reinforces students’ knowledge before advancing to other programs.
ESL COURSE
ESL FLEXIBLE Course
Total Class: 5 Classes a Day   
5 Classes / 1:1 Class
1:1 Classes
Speaking, Listening, Reading and Vocabulary,Writing and Grammar, Discussion
Subject Cluster Description
Reading and Vocabulary 1:1 Class Students will learn vocabulary words which will help them to easily comprehend with the passages and widen their lexical resources.
Speaking This aims to boost students’ confidence in having conversation with different people. They will learn basic expressions used and pronunciation.
Discussion This subject encourages the student to express their ideas about a certain topic. This helps them broaden their horizon.
Writing and Grammar Students will learn grammar concepts which are useful in their speaking and writing. Also, they will learn how to write a meaningful, organized and coherent essay.
Listening This aims to help students develop their listening skills with the use of different materials with varied accents.
ESL Course
Total Class: 8 Classes a Day   
6 Classes / 1:1 Class2 Classes / Group Class
1:1 Classes
Speaking, Reading, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation
Group Classes
Listening, Discussion
Subject Cluster Description
Speaking 1:1 Class This helps students demonstrate effective use of proper vocabulary and expressions, grammar, and sentence structure allowing accurate communication.
Reading This helps students build effective reading skills. It focuses on reading comprehension, vocabulary development, and reading speed.
Writing This is intended for students who want to become effective writers. It emphasizes on sentence structures, paragraph organization, and grammar. It helps students have a structured approach to writing and acquaint them with its process.
Grammar This helps students understand the concepts and be able to apply them correctly in sentence construction.
Vocabulary This focuses on strengthening the students’ usage and understanding of idiomatic expressions.
Pronunciation This is designed for students to familiarize themselves with and learn to produce English phonemes.
Listening Group Classes This is designed to develop listening skills and give appropriate answers to given listening contexts. It aids students understand and respond appropriately to various speakers. It also helps them to understand and discuss ideas delivered from the context of the audio.
Discussion Designed for students to be articulate in conversations and oral presentations using clear organized ideas and supporting evidences. It helps students convey ideas clearly with proper pronunciation which allows for overall intelligibility.
Business ESL
Level 4: Elementary B
Level 5: Pre-Intermediate A
Level 6: Pre-Intermediate B
Subject Cluster Description
Business Vocabulary 1:1 Class It equips students with the general business vocabulary.
Pattern and Opinion It encourages students to become more fluent with the English language with the use of different structures and approaches in speaking.
Presentation It encourages students to communicate effectively with coherent organization of information.
Correspondence It is intended to help students become familiar with the business letter format and structure.
Article Reading It helps students to become familiar with various reading articles from different materials newspapers and magazines.
Telephoning Designed to help students develop the ability and confidence to communicate comfortably and effectively in English on the telephone.
Listening Group Classes Getting familiar with different speakers is the aim of this subject. It also teaches students to identify details from the audio.
Grammar This aims to provide students the basic concepts of grammar which are applicable to both writing and speaking.
Real-Talk ESL Course
Total Class: 7 Classes a Day   
4 Classes / 1:1 Class3 Classes / Group Class
1:1 Classes
Pronunciation, Phone call, Vocabulary, Writing, Expression (Monday+Wednesday), Practice (Tuesday+Thursday)
Group Classes
Role play (Monday+Wednesday), Video analysis (Tuesday +Thursday), Outside (Friday), Presentation (Friday)
ESL course 1 day schedule example
06:30 Getting up
07:00 – 07:30 Breakfast
08:00 – 08:45 1:1 Class
08:55 – 09:40 Group Class
09:50 – 10:35 1:1 Class
10:45 – 11:30 Break time
11:40 – 12:25 Lunch
12:35 – 13:20 Group Class
13:30 – 14:15 1:1 Class
14:25 – 15:10 1:1 Class
15:20 – 16:05 1:1 Class
16:15 – 17:00 1:1 Class
17:10 – 17:50 Break time
17:50 – 18:50 Dinner
19:30 – 22:00 Self study
23:00 Going to bed