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Morning Courses ELC staff is dedicated to providing English courses of the highest quality to international students.
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Overview

ELC staff is dedicated to providing English courses of the highest quality to international students. By employing highly qualified and dedicated instructors and by utilizing a dynamic and comprehensive curriculum, ELC provides the perfect environment for rapid language improvement. Students can choose between two great options for their Morning Courses. Morning Courses are held between 9:00am and 12:40pm every weekday. Students may choose up to one course per week. Students of all levels may register for the Semi-Intensive English Course; students must be at an Intermediate level or above to register for the Entrepreneurship Course.

SEMI-INTENSIVE ENGLISH COURSE

Students studying in our Semi-Intensive English Course will learn the rules of grammar through communicative teaching methods. Through speaking and writing, students will improve their abilities and pronunciation, as well as practice listening to and understanding native speakers.

  • Levels: Beginner to Proficiency. Up to 12 Levels. ELC's multi-level placement ensures that students are placed in the correct level for Grammar and Communication Skills.
  • Lessons (per week): One 80-minute and two 60-minute lessons per day - Monday-Friday from 9am-12:40pm
  • Lesson Duration: 50 minutes per lesson
  • Start Date: Course starts on the Monday following the Saturday program start date. Start any Saturday during the program dates. Minimum two weeks.


Semi-Intensive English Course Sample Topics


    Grammar
  • Past Perfect Review
  • Introduction to Simple Future and Formation
  • Time/Adverb Clauses in Future Sentences
  • Future Progressive Formation
  • Review Future Progressive, Present Progressive, Simple Future

  • Communication Skills
  • Review of Travel Vocabulary and Idioms
  • Review Short Clips of Holidays; Discuss/Read About New Places to Visit
  • Introduction of Debate Vocabulary and Debate Preparation
  • Group Work for Presentations
  • Speaking About Favorite holidays
  • Travel Role Play Activity
  • Create Travel Itineraries and Present as a Tour Guide
  • Debate - "Is Travel Tourism Good or Bad"
  • Group Presentations

Entrepreneurship Programs

Sample Semi-Intensive Course Week

09:00 - 12:40

DAY 1 SATURDAY
Arrival & Orientation
DAY 2 SUNDAY
Beach Party!
DAY 3 MONDAY
GRAMMAR: Past Perfect Review COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Introductions and Icebreakers COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Speaking About Favorite Holidays
DAY 4 TUESDAY
GRAMMAR: Introduction to Simple Future and Formation COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Review of Travel Vocabulary and Idioms COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Travel Role Play Activity
DAY 5 WEDNESDAY
GRAMMAR: Time/Adverb Clauses in Future Sentences COMMUNICATION SKILLS Review Short Clips of Holidays; Discuss/Read About New Places to Visit COMMUNICATION SKILLS Create Travel Itineraries and Present as a Tour Guide
DAY 6 THURSDAY
GRAMMAR: Future Progressive Formation COMMUNICATION SKILLS Introduction of Debate Vocabulary and Debate Preparation COMMUNICATION SKILLS Debate - "Is Travel Tourism Good or Bad"
DAY 7 FRIDAY
GRAMMAR Review Future Progressive, Present Progressive, Simple Future COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS Group Work for Presentations COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS Group Presentations

ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE

ELC offers high-intermediate and advanced junior students the option to join a two-week Entrepreneurship Course. In lieu of English language classes in the morning, high-intermediate and advanced students, have the option to join a content-based leadership and entrepreneurship course. During the afternoon, students will participate in one of the three afternoon activities offered at their campus including Classic, University Explorer, or a specialized explorer program. The available start dates for the Entrepreneurship Course will be July 1, July 8, July 15 and July 22. This course is offered exclusively to high-level students who no longer require daily instruction in English language skills. Students will take a placement test before they register to determine if they meet the level requirement to participate in this course.

  • Levels: Intermediate to Advanced. Student must pass a pre-test to enroll.
  • Lessons (per week): One 80-minute and two 60-minute lessons per day - Monday-Friday from 9am-12:40pm
  • Lesson Duration: One 80-minute and two 60-minute lessons per day - Monday-Friday from 9am-12:40pm
  • Start Date: Start dates every Saturday between July 1 - July 22. This is a two week maximum course. Students may take Semi-Intensive English Course before or after.


Sample Entrepreneurship Course Schedule

09:00 - 12:40

Week 1

DAY 1 SATURDAY
Arrival & Orientation
DAY 2 SUNDAY
Newport, RI
DAY 3 MONDAY
Introductions
Introduction to entrepreneurship and leadership
DAY 4 TUESDAY
The ecosystem of business
Training game
DAY 5 WEDNESDAY
Management and leadership
Starting a business
DAY 6 THURSDAY
Forming your business teams
Creating a business plan
DAY 7 FRIDAY
Communication and presentation skills
Team work on projects

Week 2

DAY 8 SATURDAY
Disneyland (Optional)
DAY 9 SUNDAY
Six Flags
DAY 10 MONDAY
Sales
Guest speaker
DAY 11 TUESDAY
Marketing
Team work on projects
DAY 12 WEDNESDAY
Critical success factors
How to read the business section of the newspaper
DAY 13 THURSDAY
How to "pitch an idea"
Final group work
DAY 14 FRIDAY
Pitch contes
Team review and guest speaker

Entrepreneurship Program Sample Topics

  • COURSE: The ecosystem of business
  • Management and leadership
  • Creating a business plan
  • Communication and presentation skills
  • Critical success factors
  • How to read the business section of the newspaper
  • How to “pitch an idea”
  • Forming your business teams

Entrepreneurship Programs

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France
ELC is the best experience I have ever known in my life. The staff is fantastic and devoted to each student. I have met students from everywhere in the world and due to the activities it creates a strong relationship between us. It`s like a second family.
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