(beginners, elementary, pre-intermediate, intermediate, upper-intermediate and advanced)
Based on the communicative approach, and drawing on the best of current thinking and practice, these major new courses prepare students for real-world communication. The presentation and practice of vocabulary and grammar are of equal importance and there is a strong focus on listening and speaking with an emphasis on ‘real world’ language for social situations. The listening and reading material provides fresh new angles on universal topics and students are given numerous opportunities to practise new language through a wide variety of communicative activities, many of which are personalised. These multimedia courses are fully compatible with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
(beginners, elementary, pre-intermediate, intermediate and upper-intermediate)
These are general English courses for students who want to learn how to communicate quickly and effectively in an English-speaking environment. They combine the best in current EFL methodology with innovative new features designed to make learning easier. The courses seek to fully engage the students at every stage of the lesson and provide the right balance of topics, language and activities that students want from a course in today’s world.
(three levels: Toby 1, Toby 2, Toby 3)
These fun courses for young learners provide a motivating and enjoyable way to learn English via computers. They offer pupils the opportunity to study English in an active and creative way. The courses are based on the theory of Multiple Intelligences which means that they contain a variety of activities to meet the needs of children with differing learning styles. Also, they are based on the latest findings of cognitive psychology and neurolinguistic programming, which show that children remember what they have learned better if all their senses are stimulated during the learning process.