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Course - English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements All new students are tested to find out their level (from beginner to advanced).
  • Academic Title
    English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
  • Course description
    General information

    All ESOL courses at Bromley College are offered during the day (15 hours) and evening (6 hours) and they all lead to nationally recognised qualifications.

    All full-time students will follow an English language course plus another course preparing them for work. Courses are offered at two sites - Rookery Lane, Bromley and The Hawthorn Learning Centre, Penge.

    Course content

    The main aim of ESOL is to improve your English through: • Lots of speaking practice • Writing tasks for everyday communication • Reading tasks for everyday communication • Listening practice • Grammar and vocabulary

    The 15-hour day programme consists of:

    • 8 hours classroom work • 1 hour workshop • 1 hour tutorial • 5 hours of IT and Numeracy (lower level) or vocational (higher level)

    The 6-hour evening programme consists of classroom work and workshop.

    Teaching and assessment

    Classroom work combines speaking, listening, reading and writing with the use of IT and real-life materials.

    All courses use the language laboratory in their workshops to gain confidence in IT skills and to encourage independent learning.

    The tutorial programme offers continual support and guidance.

    • All courses lead to nationally recognised qualifications.

    • Regular exam practice takes place throughout the year.

    • Regular homework is given.

    Progression

    All students can progress to a higher level of ESOL, a college vocational course or employment.

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