ESL/Test Preparation Curriculum

  • Listening/Speaking
  • Reading/Writing
  • Grammar
  • Pronunciation
  • Slang & Idioms
  • American Culture & Conversation
  • TOEFL Preparation
  • TEFL Course
  • Summer/Winter Intensive English Programs

ESL Programs: Six (6) Levels

Level 1: Developmental Level
Level 2: Beginning English I
Level 3: Beginning English II
Level 4: Intermediate English I
Level 5: Intermediate English II
Level 6: Advanced English I, II

*Students who complete six levels in the ESL Program and pass the ESL Exit Exam are eligible for admission into the  Secondary School Program.

Levels 1,2: ESL Beginning (Low and High Levels)

These courses are suitable for students functioning at the beginning levels of English based on ST’s placement exams. These levels emphasize introductory level conversation and listening skill building, grammar and composition, beginning reading and vocabulary building, and listening comprehension skills development. Introductory level conversations comprise the bulk of this class’ discussions.

Levels 3,4 ESL Intermediate(Low and High Levels)

This course develops the student’s increasing mastery of English communication skills by focusing upon common grammatical structures, vocabulary, conversation skills, and reading comprehension. Special emphasis is placed on higher-level discussions and appropriate use of language.

Levels 5,6: Advanced ESL

These courses are suitable for students functioning at the beginning levels of English based on Supreme Tutor’s placement exams. These levels emphasize introductory level conversation and listening skill building, grammar and composition, beginning reading and vocabulary building, and listening comprehension skills development. Introductory level conversations comprise the bulk of this class’ discussions.

ESL Curriculum Intermediate and High Intermediate Levels

Life Skills/Speaking/Reading/Listening

Welcome to the United States

Introducing Yourself and Others

Exchanging Personal Information

Responding to and Asking Questions in English

Speaking Over the Telephone

Asking for Directions and Other Information

Talking about Places and Names

Eating and Nutrition

Talking about Good Eating habits

Talking about Types of Food

Talking about Food Prices

Reading and Writing a Recipe

Our Community

Describing Your Home and Neighborhood

Describing Your Family

Identifying Places in the Community

Reading Street Maps

Identifying Public Agencies and Services

Leaving a Telephone Message

Say and Understand Phone Numbers

Reading and Following Instructions

Health and Fitness

Shopping

Reading Recipes

Understanding Food labels

Identifying Clothing

Asking about Colors and Sizes of Objects

Asking about prices

Identifying Body Parts

Identifying Symptoms and Illnesses

Calling 911

Reading Warning labels on Medication

Making an Exercise Plan

Counting Money

Reading Receipts

Understanding Numbers and Prices

Making Purchases in the Store

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People and Learning

Improving Your Study Skills

Making Future Goals

Exploring Educational Opportunities

Checking and Developing Study Skills and Habits

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Grammar

Vocabulary

  • Names, Numbers
  • Classroom Vocabulary
  • Verbs: Listen, Read, Write and Speak Vocabulary
  • Vocabulary for Physical Descriptions: Eye Color, Hair Color, Hair Style
  • Age, Height, Weight
  • Family Members
  • Time of Day
  • Types of Stores
  • Pricing: Unit Price
  • Tax and Total Cost
  • Clothing
  • Adjectives for Colors, Sizes, Patterns, Age
  • Food Items
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Food Containers: Bowl, Bottle, Jar, Box, Package, Carton
  • Using Verbs Associated With Food: Eat, Bring, Go, Get
  • Cooking Verbs: Chop, Boil, Peel, Cut, Mix, Whip
  • Types of Housing: Apartment, House, Mobile Home, Condo
  • Rooms in a Home
  • Furniture

Nouns and Pronouns

  • Subject, Object, and Possessive Nouns and Pronouns
  • “Wh” Questions with “be”
  • Possessive “s”
  • Possessive Adjectives
  • Singular and Plural Nouns
  • Collective, Concrete and Abstract Noun
  • Count and Non-Count Nouns
  • Imperative Forms
  • Present Continuous Tense Verbs
  • Prepositions of Locations
  • Using There is and There Are
  • Questions with What Type of

Verb Forms and Tenses

  • Simple Present of the “be” verb
  • Contracted Form of “be” verb
  • Negative Simple Present Tense of Regular Verbs
  • Personal Pronouns
  • Imperative Verb Forms
  • Simple Present of Have

Building Academic Vocabulary

  • Word Parts: Roots and Affixes
  • Basic English Sounds
  • Variant English Sounds
  • Multi-Syllable Words
  • Phonetic Sound Symbols

  • One-to-One

    • In person/online
    • (one month)
    • 16 hours (4 hours weekly)
    •  $1600.00

  • Small Group Instruction (3-5 students)

    • In person/online (one month)
    • 15 hours (3 hours weekly)
    • $1200.00 each

  • Less than 15 hours monthly

    • In person/online
    • one month
    • For less than 15 hours monthly package contact us now

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