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Three Month "Development" Curriculum

Description:  A great way to really feel the language.  This is an excellent choice to get a strong grasp of the language, and (depending upon your first language and how much you know already), really establish a sense of more confidence and certainty in the language.

Three months can really get your roots deeply implanted into the language you want to learn.  This will still be an intensive course, but you'll have a chance to more completely let the language into your mind and life in a more real and total way, and this option would be a true point from which you could venture out into the language world you want to live and explore in.


Month 1: Intermediate Language Skills Enhancement

  • Week 1: Complex Grammar Structures

    • Focus on conditional sentences, passive voice, and reported speech through targeted exercises and applications in daily conversations.

  • Week 2: Advanced Vocabulary Building

    • Introduce industry-specific vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and phrasal verbs that are crucial for fluent communication.

  • Week 3: Enhanced Listening Skills

    • Practice with longer audio materials such as lectures and interviews, focusing on note-taking and detailed comprehension.

  • Week 4: Speaking Fluency

    • Engage in debates, presentations, and storytelling to improve fluency and accuracy in speaking. Provide feedback on usage and pronunciation.

Month 2: Practical Application and Contextual Learning

  • Week 1: Reading for Critical Analysis

    • Tackle more complex articles, reports, and literature. Teach analytical skills for understanding arguments, tone, and author’s purpose.

  • Week 2: Writing with Purpose

    • Focus on writing persuasive essays, formal reports, and business correspondence. Emphasize clarity, structure, and style.

  • Week 3: Real-World Listening and Speaking Interaction

    • Simulations of real-life scenarios like job interviews, customer service dialogues, and managerial meetings to refine auditory and verbal skills.

  • Week 4: Cultural Immersion and Understanding

    • Explore films, music, and art from English-speaking cultures to understand contextual usage of language and cultural nuances.

Month 3: Synthesis and Advanced Communication

  • Week 1: Integrative Grammar and Vocabulary Usage

    • Advanced exercises that require the integration of grammar and vocabulary learned to solve complex problems or create detailed projects.

  • Week 2: Mastery in Listening and Note-Taking

    • Focus on academic lectures and professional seminars as listening exercises, advancing note-taking skills that highlight critical information.

  • Week 3: Advanced Speaking Skills

    • Role-playing exercises in nuanced situations such as negotiating, advising, and counseling to refine language precision and effectiveness.

  • Week 4: Comprehensive Writing Projects

    • Capstone projects involving research and writing, synthesizing information across sources, and presenting arguments or findings in a coherent written format.

Ongoing Components Throughout the Curriculum:

  • Weekly Conversations: Regular sessions with native speakers or advanced learners to practice conversational skills and idiomatic usage.

  • Bi-weekly Reviews: Assessments and feedback sessions to monitor progress and identify areas needing further improvement.

  • Monthly Challenges: Engage in monthly challenges that encourage the application of language skills in new or unfamiliar contexts to boost confidence and versatility.


This three-month plan is structured to promote deep learning and mastery of the English language through a variety of engaging and challenging activities, ensuring that learners are well-prepared for advanced communication and professional environments.

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