English Language Support for International Students

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ELSIS Level 2 – Intermediate

Learn English in Canada

For many years, Canada has held its position as one of the leading destinations for international students, and for a good reason. Learning English in Canada is a fantastic opportunity to be surrounded by the language day in, day out and quickly develop those essential communication skills. At Beta College, we’ve been helping students learn English in Greater Toronto Region for over ten years now, allowing them to firm up their base in the English Language.

Due to its vibrant position in the Canadian English-speaking provinces, Toronto has a vast selection of English alongside French-language schools. Toronto is one of the leading choices for international students; this is excellent news for those who want to learn English in Toronto as you have a great variety of schools to choose from. English Language Education provides a range of general, academic, and specialist English courses for students, professionals, and groups.

Beta College is here to offer you personalized support from start to finish, guaranteeing you an unforgettable stay during your certificate program in English Language Support for International Students (ELSIS) in Toronto.

Beta College is here to offer you personalized support from start to finish, guaranteeing you an unforgettable stay during your certificate program in English Language Support for International Students (ELSIS) in Toronto.

This course enhances the listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities of ELSIS students for both personal and academic needs. Students will engage in organized conversations about various familiar and new themes; read multiple books written or modified for ELSIS learners; increase their understanding of English grammatical structures and sentence patterns; and connect English sentences to produce paragraphs. Additionally, the course assists students in their ongoing transition to the local education system by increasing their awareness of the variety found in their new province and nation.

The program is split into three levels. You are free to choose to start with any group as per your previous language fluency and previous experience.

  • Level 1 Beginner Level with Four compulsory modules
  • Level 2 Intermediate Level with Five compulsory modules
  • Level 3 Advanced Level with Five compulsory modules

Module Code: ELSIS 105

Module Name: Reading and Writing -Intermediate

This reading and writing module are designed for students in the intermediate level who are not native English speakers. Students read about themes that are personally relevant to them and the society in which they live and improve their writing abilities by studying paragraph and essay form. The course grading places a premium on students’ ability to apply new vocabulary and grammatical structures to writing assignments. Students must show their abilities through a variety of hands-on activities.

Module Code: ELSIS 106

Module Name: Speaking and Listening -Intermediate

This module is intended for intermediate students who are not native English speakers. Students read about themes that are personally relevant to them and the society in which they live while also honing their writing abilities via the study of paragraph and essay construction. The course grading places a premium on applying new vocabulary and grammatical structures to written assignments.

Module Code: ELSIS 107

Module Name: Grammar Intermediate

This grammar module is intended for intermediate students who are not native English speakers. In the lecture, learners experience grammar in the setting of personally meaningful issues to them and the world in which they live. The course assessment places a high priority on writing with grammatical structures. The course’s objective is to introduce students to progressively tricky grammar ideas and use them in speaking and writing tasks.

Module Code: ELSIS 108

Module Name: Discussion in the Group

One of the most challenging aspects of learning English is socializing and adjusting to Canadian culture. With this in mind, program participants will engage in small groups of foreign and Canadian students to discuss various themes. Students may hone their public speaking methods, learn to discuss and defend their points of view, and increase their speaking self-confidence with the supervision and support of the language instructor. Certain classes may be self-taught, enabling learners to connect in a real-world setting. This element of the program’s objective is to build students’ confidence when participating in more meaningful social contexts within Canadian culture.

Module Code: ELSIS 109

Module Name: Pronunciation Intermediate

This pronunciation course is designed for intermediate students who aren’t native English speakers. Students practice articulation in the classroom to improve their ability to communicate clearly. The course evaluation places a premium on the production of vowel and consonant sounds and the application of emphasis, rhythm, and tone following speaking English and speech patterns. The course’s objective is to instill in pupils an appreciation for proper pronunciation to improve their overall communication efficiency in English.

  • Must be 16 years of age
  • Academic documents copies (Certificate and Transcript) of Secondary School or equivalent

Mature Learners Entry Scheme –

  • A mature student returns to study after being out of education for three years or more. This requirement usually means students over 21 when beginning the ELSIS program.
  • Our Mature Student Entry Scheme recognizes non-traditional entry qualifications and experience alongside your college application. We are looking for people who have a passion for learning and an absolute determination to succeed in our courses.

 

  • Total Module Time (TMT) is the number of hypothetical hours that reflects an estimation of the overall time that might reasonably be anticipated to be needed for a learner to accomplish and show the level of attainment required for the granting of a certificate.
  • Guided Learning Hours (GLH) is described as the times during which an instructor, lecturer, or other staff member is accessible to give direct instruction or guidance to a learner pursuing a certification.
  • The credit value of a Module or Unit is defined as the number of credits that may be granted to a student upon successful completion of the module’s learning objectives and goals. One Beta College Credit is equivalent to ten TMT hours.
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