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The English Language A Level Course introduces advanced language study and develops a students' ability to write for a variety of audiences and purposes. You will discover linguistic frameworks and how these can be used to analyse and interpret language. This home study course provides the perfect opportunity for students to improve their language...

  • A Level
  • Distance Learning
  • Flexible
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The Business English Course is geared toward executives and professionals with basic, intermediate or advanced level English skills. Our one-on-one or small group course is designed to help participants advance their executive English communication competency and succeed in today's business world. Taught by a certified trainer, our courses are...

  • Vocational qualification
  • Mosta (Malta)
  • 20 Days
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£243
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For students who want to improve communication in an English speaking business environment. In addition to state inspection processes, EIS courses are accredited by The British Council through Accreditation UK. You will study language typically used in business situations, both formal and informal, with emphasis on vocabulary, terminology and Exam...

  • Vocational qualification
  • Tooting
  • 1 hour of class
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This course is a Business English class in speaking, listening, reading and writing for Intermediate and Upper Intermediate International students. The course will develop communication skills, vocabulary and grammar in a work context. This course offers preparation for the TOEIC examination....

  • Vocational qualification
  • Telford
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Our Business English course introduces key business concepts and topics and develops practical skills within real business scenarios, including presentations, negotiations, telephoning, meetings and discussions. Based on an interactive approach, students participate in problem-solving tasks, case studies and business simulations such as:...

  • Vocational qualification
  • Hereford
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Level 1&2 ESOL English (English for Speakers of Other Languages) in Ashton Under Lyne college course
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Ashton Sixth Form College

If English isn't your first language and you want to improve your reading, writing speaking and listening skills this course is for you. Length of course. 2 years. What qualifications do I need to study on the course? Entry onto our ESOL course requires you to be at Entry level 3 - if you don't have this certificate don't worry - we can assess your...

  • Vocational qualification
  • Ashton Under Lyne
  • 2 Years
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  • Vocational qualification
  • Blackburn
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The aim of the GCSE English course is to improve your understanding and use of language. The work centres on developing your knowledge of how to spell and punctuate accurately and how to communicate ideas in an effective manner in a range of different situations....

  • Vocational qualification
  • Pontefract
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Do you enjoy reading novels, plays and poetry? It won't be all reading and listening though because you'll get plenty of chances to get your own thoughts and ideas down on paper too....

  • Vocational qualification
  • Plymouth
  • 1 Year
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The Dynamics of speech which includes 'Speech and Children' and 'Speech Varieties and Social Groups' plus a coursework unit....

  • A Level
  • Hornchurch
  • 32 Weeks
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The GCSE English course offers opportunities for developing the Complementary Studies of speaking, listening, reading and writing....

  • GCSE
  • Herefordshire
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GCSE English in Cambridge college course Long Road Sixth Form College

GCSE. This course is for students who have not yet achieved Grade C in English at GCSE and wish, or need to improve their grade either for employment purposes or to move on to A level or diploma courses....

  • GCSE
  • Cambridge
  • 1 Year
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Designed for students who want to improve communication in an English speaking business environment. EIS courses are accredited by The British Council through Accreditation UK. Students study language typically used in business situations, both formal and informal, with emphasis on vocabulary, terminology and Exam preparation as appropriate....

  • Vocational qualification
  • Tooting
  • 3 Weeks
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Part Time English - GCSE in Llanelli college course Coleg Sir Gâr Carmarthenshire College

The course comprises; speaking and listening, reading, writing and the development of a coursework folder that should include: study of a selected Shakespeare play, selected poetry and two pieces of students own written work....

  • GCSE
  • Llanelli (Wales)
  • 1 Year
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Course Content AS Unit 1: Categorising Texts The aim of this unit is to introduce students to methods of exploring and understanding spoken and written language in use. You will be examined on your understanding of the way purposes, audiences and contexts impact upon language production and reception. Students will be required to use linguistic...

  • A Level
  • Lincoln
  • 2 Years
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During this course study will focus upon the analysis of Literature and understanding of English Language. Study will also focus upon the ways in which different writers have approached similar subjects and the ways in which language and style are affected by change over time and contextual variation....

  • A Level
  • Liverpool
  • 35 Weeks
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In the AS course students will study at least two key literary texts and a range of other literary and non-literary materials, both written and spoken in a variety of styles and from a range of historical periods and cultural backgrounds. Texts studied for 2006 and 2007 are selected poems by Dylan Thomas and Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. In...

  • A Level
  • Leek
  • 2 Years
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Students will study a range of literary and non-literary texts and produce coursework assignments. Some assignments assess reading skills, testing the ability to understand and comment on a section of a Shakespeare play, and to compare poems from different cultures. Others assess the ability to write in suitable forms for different purposes and...

  • GCSE
  • Preston
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The course is very similar in content to the English you will have studied at school. However, the pace is much faster as we complete the course in nine months....

  • GCSE
  • Southampton
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Studying English Language will encourage you to develop your interest and enjoyment in the use and theory of English. It begins with study of your own knowledge and experience of language variation and change. You will then widen your understanding of language in historical and cultural contexts. You will develop skills in understanding and...

  • Vocational qualification
  • Wolverhampton
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The course explores both spoken and written language in use. You will learn to analyse systematically how language works in a wide range of texts and transcripts. You will investigate many of the important language issues in society. How do children learn to speak? How do politicians influence our attitudes and values through language? Why do...

  • A Level
  • Herefordshire
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