Study Hours: 80 – 90 hours
Study Levels: 2.5 – 3.0
New Dynamic English – Module 6,7
New Dynamic English is a general English course for young adults and adults that develops the conceptual and structural language skills necessary for English fluency. It focuses on language that is immediately useful and prepares learners to continually incorporate new vocabulary and phrases into their language base. Recently updated, New Dynamic English follows a carefully-designed syllabus that helps students acquire English as a skill they can use with confidence in school and in their careers. The course provides more than 200 hours of study and practice.
A rich variety of language exercises and activities, including plenty of speaking practice using DynEd’s Speech Recognition activities, make using this award-winning course engaging, effcient and effective.
With daily practice, students develop:
Pronunciation and oral fluency Listening and reading comprehension Sentence structure and effective sequencing of ideas Oral presentation and summarization skills The ability to express abstract ideas and relationships.
- Teacher’s Guide
- Classroom suggestions
- Extension activities and worksheets
- Placement and Mastery Tests
English by the Numbers – Unit 4,5,6
English by the Numbers guides learners to achieve fluency with mathematical concepts, giving them the confidence they need to talk about calculations, data, graphs, and other quantitative information essential in today’s global business environment.
Dynamic Business English – Unit 3,4,5
Dynamic Business English helps learners develop the English language skills necessary for effective oral presentations, interviews, meetings and planning sessions. The course also cuts learning time in half and has successfully prepared students for standardized tests such as the TOEIC and TOEFL.
Functioning in Business – Unit 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
Functioning in Business is a video-based course that uses presentations and interactive exercises that provide students with the chance to learn and practice the language necessary to successfully conduct business interactions in English.
Advanced Listening – Lecture 1,2,3
Advanced Listening is a strategy-based listening course for advanced ELLs that is built around authentic lectures from Stamford University professors. Interactive lessons include video segments of real presentations from some of Stamford’s best lecturers, and are designed to develop listening strategies, academic vocabulary, and critical thinking.
Dialogue – 1
Dialogue is a supplementary English course focused on televised interviews originally broadcast on China Central Television (CCTV) provides advanced content that helps higher-level learners prepare for class lectures, discussion groups, conferences, and presentations in English.