English is formed of 5 basic levels at BRITISH TIME. Each level is to be completed with a 100 hour teaching. In the interest of success, education is enriched with intensive activities.
TABLE OF the LEVELS
|ELEMENTARY||100 HOURS NEW HEADWAY ELEMENTARY||LEVEL 1|
|PRE-INTERMEDIATE||100 HOURS NEW HEADWAY PRE-INTERMEDIATE||LEVEL 2|
|INTERMEDIATE||100 HOURS NEW HEADWAY INTERMEDIATE||LEVEL 3|
|UPPER INTERMEDIATE||100 HOURS NEW HEADWAY UPPER INTERMEDIATE||LEVEL 4|
|ADVANCED||100 HOURS NEW HEADWAY ADVANCED ENGLISH||LEVEL 5|
1. LEVEL ELEMENTARY
Learners at this level:
Are able to ask and answer the basic questions about their jobs including prices, date and quantity. Not able to speak fluently and discuss smoothly, they can form simple sentences and understand simple expressions to some extent. They can take both the name of the person they are talking to and their message with their telephone number.
2. LEVEL PRE-INTERMEDIATE
A student at this level:
Reaches the ability to comprehend the conversations and to use English to communicate with native and non-native speakers.
Is also able to understand the sign posts in the streets, labels, guidance books, simple newspaper and magazine articles and personal letters.
He/She can ask and answer questions about his/her colleagues and family members.
He/She doesn’t have difficulty in expressing himself/herself at a basic level. However, he/she is not able to make comments on advanced subjects.
3. LEVEL INTERMEDIATE
The student reaches an intermediate level in which the main structures of English can be used accurately and the expressions are strengthened by additional simple structures. The students have a richer vocabulary at this level.
Furthermore: They have reached the point that they can express their emotions and thoughts regarding intellectual and sentimental topics. They will be able to speak English at a level sufficient to work in a secretarial or management position efficiently, understand what they hear, and be able to write in simple English.
4. LEVEL UPPER-INTERMEDIATE
At this level, the student can communicate easily. He/She can express his opinions confidently and he/she can discuss with a high level of grammar knowledge and vocabulary.
5. LEVEL ADVANCED
Students are able to speak and understand different kind of topics. They should have few problems while reading newspapers and magazines. They can speak relatively fluently.