COURSE HOURS, PREREQUISITES & DESCRIPTIONS

Critical Thinking(Intermediate)          180 Hours 

Upon completion of this level, students will be able to:

  • Listen for main ideas and details, and also form inferences based on interpreting the points of view and intended meanings that are expressed via audio
  • Be able to understand vocabulary through the usage of context clues and defining groups of words in a reading selection
  • Produce correct English pronunciation (in regards to intonation, rhythm and stress) to express feelings, emotions, and opinions on a wide variety of topics and issues
  • Participate in interactive processing activities that include taking notes, working in groups to develop presentations and projects, and analyze case studies
  • Improve grammar usage in terms of utilizing adjective clauses, the passive voice, prefixes & suffixes, real conditionals, comparatives, idioms, wishes, and reported speech
  • Synthesize, manipulate, and interpret information for different types of writing and free essays on a wide variety of themes, issues, and contexts

Critical Thinking(High Intermediate)          180 Hours 

Upon completion of this level, students will be able to:

  • Analyze and synthesize information from different types texts, research studies, reports and documents;
  • Produce correct English pronunciation to express feelings, emotions, and opinions on a wide variety of topics and issues,
  • Demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills through inferences, imagination, creativity, appropriacy and accuracy.
  • Synthesize, manipulate, and interpret, information for different types of writing and free essays on a wide variety of themes, issues, and contexts,
  • Create texts with complex sentence structures, tenses for a wide variety purposes and contexts.

Critical Thinking(Advanced)          180 Hours 

Upon completion of this course students will be able to:

  • express views, opinions, and critiques accurately and fluently on various themes and issues
  • compare and contrast, analyze, interpret, and synthesize information for different types of texts, such as proposals, reports, academic papers and documents on a wide variety of themes, issues and contexts, and for different purposes and audience.
  • use critical thinking and problem solving skills through making inferences, imagination, creativity, appropriacy and accuracy of academic texts: research studies, reports, documents, and archives
  • evaluate information presented into different types of academic texts: research studies, reports, documents, and archives.

For tuition and placement information, please contact us at  (212)683-6250

LICENSE AND AFFILIATIONS

Licensed by the New York State Education Department
Authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students
Accredited by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA)

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