School Of Languages

We all know that learning English Or any other foreign language is important for immigrants living in the different societies in this World. However, finding ESL classes means so much more to those that need them. ESL classes are a proactive measure to ensure that immigrants and residents understand their rights and responsibilities, and can express themselves if their rights are violated or oversteped . These concepts take much longer to become clear without guidance and instruction.

Atlas ESL(English as a Second Language) program helps students to develop skills in listening, negotiating, research, thinking creatively, idea generation, and interacting with individuals with dirreferent techniques .

Atlas College school of Languages encourages students to cultivate and share ideas, as well as develop their own philosophy and unique way of working.

ESL Overview

Benefits of ESL Curriculums

In ESL classes students have the opportunity to gain familiarity with native speaker speech and the strategies for coping with it. This will be crucial if immigrants are to integrate easily into society or the workplace. Both established and new residents will feel more comfortable and avoid misunderstandings and tension if there is good communication between them.

Probably the best effect is that ESL classes will ultimately assist immigrants' (Both established and new residents) ability to find work, to have an income to buy goods and services, to pay taxes and to live cohesively within the community with no communication barries.

Without ESL classes this may not occur.

ESL program Levels are different and course loads are tailored to meet the individual student’s needs, this list represents the required curriculum for any student seeking English as a second Language.

Required Curriculum

Level Course Name Description
1 Beginner level In principle, the student has no knowledge of the language in question. Beginners are classified in two groups:
  • Absolute beginners, who have had no previous contact with the target language.
  • False beginners, who have already been exposed to the language in a passive way or have studied it in the past.
2 Elementary level The student understands basic phrases and instructions used in specific situations. He/she can interact in a very simple way and uses incomplete sentences, without real grammatical content.
3 Pre-Intermediate level The student masters simple sentences and can write them, and understands expressions related to areas of immediate relevance. He/she is able to participate in a direct exchange of simple information and uses vocabulary that is generally taught in school.
4 Intermediate level The student is able to understand the main ideas of a complex text. He/she can interact with a degree of spontaneity, but often has trouble with grammar and vocabulary.
5 Upper-intermediate level The student understands everyday language. Despite making some grammar and spelling mistakes, he/she can write and speak fluently. He/she is able to interact with native speakers without strain. Language knowledge is sufficient to use in professional contexts.
6 Advanced level The student can understand almost everything, including idiomatic expressions. He/she can produce complex texts and uses the language effectively for professional, academic and social purposes. The student can understand virtually everything and masters the foreign language perfectly