COINED offers 6 different levels following the requirements and guidelines of the Common European Framework of Reference Each level is divided into 2 sublevels varying from lesser to greater linguistic capability. BILINGUAL
Basic communication. You will acquire basic understanding by fundamental grammatical and communicative structures such as greetings, talking about yourself, giving an opinion, conjugating present tense verbs.
SOLID EFFECTIVE FLUENT FUNCTIONAL
Functional communication. You will be able to express yourself functionally in different contexts by improving your level of grammar and vocabulary.
B1 INTERMEDIATE Group lessons 40-60 Private lessons 20-30
Average number of lessons to promote each level in group or private classes.
Fluent communication. You will get fluency in the language accompanied by a greater comprehension of the language and culture.
Effective communication. You will expand your ability to debate and express opinions in detail and you will enlarge your topics.
Solid communication. You will learn to express your ideas at more abstract level by perfecting your grammar skills and dominating idioms, as well as gaining a wider knowledge of the country’s culture.
Bilingual communication. You will focus on refining your oral and written skills while developing a global perspective of the country’s culture in relation to your particular field of interest.
Our goal is to help you to develop the skills and concepts necessary to feel comfortable in any speaking situation.
Our teachers are young, dynamic, open-minded, friendly and incredible motivated. Each school’s academic coordinator selects them based on their teaching experiences, interpersonal skills, cultural background, patience and enthusiasm.
We include theory and practice addressing all of the linguistic and functional aspects of the spoken language, along with key socio-cultural information. We always combine grammar, reading, writing, listening, speaking and vocabulary in our lessons in order to approximate you to an authentic communicative environment. We use textbooks, newspapers, magazines, audio-visual material, literary works and games in our lessons to promote your active and intellectual involvement.
HIGHLIGHTS Experience-based learning Constant feedback student-professor-group Value-added activities Small learning groups Follow up progress
Published on May 23, 2011