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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE INTERMEDIATE

Course ID 41418
Price $300.00 (GST exempt)
Status Places are available.
Location Mosman High School
Tutor Mary MacDonagh
Sessions 8 sessions of 2 hours
Start date Tuesday, 17 October 2017
Finish date Tuesday, 05 December 2017
Time 7.00pm - 9.00pm

English as a Second Language course for Intermediate Level ESL students, with some previous study in English (high school, language courses or self study).

The course will help you speak English clearly, naturally and confidently, in both formal and informal, social and workplace situations. It focuses on understanding and use of more sophisticated colloquial (everyday) language for conversational purposes, as well as study of more formal spoken English for academic discussions, interviews and presentations.

Each session also includes vocabulary extension work on chosen topics and a review of grammar concepts used in the lesson.

It is a great way to improve your spoken English to enjoy your stay or move to Australia and also meet other people in your situation.

About the presenter

Mary MacDonagh - improve your english
Mary MacDonagh - improve your english


Mary has been teaching English as a Second language (ESL) for over 20 years and has worked for Mosman Community College for 15 years. Her teaching experience includes working for a year in Spain, teaching Business English, working in private TEFL colleges and AMES (The Adult Migrant Centre) and teaching New Arrival students in various Sydney primary schools. She holds a Bachelor of Arts, a primary school teaching diploma, a teaching certificate in Adult TESOL and, more recently, has gained a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

Mary loves meeting people from different cultures and enjoys helping them to communicate well in English. She is passionate about the English language and literacy and is committed to community education.



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