This is a helpful program that provides those who are new to the US as well as the newcomer to the English language, an opportunity to familiarize themselves with regularly used English phrases to progress towards proficiency. In-class training topics will go over the practical and real life challenges such as shopping, business travel, ordering lunch, and making presentations. At the conclusion of this course, each student will become knowledgeable with “Daily Life” and how to navigate English at the supermarket, in particular the over-the-counter medicine section and the clinic for non-life threatening illness, business travel issues such as the English dialog at the check-in process at a hotel, communications from the hotel room to the front desk, how to order lunch at a Subway sandwich shop, and presentations as if at a workplace to a group of peers and subordinates where communications in English are important, or expressing your findings of Ohio’s Capital City or a comparative between your hometown to where you currently reside in the US.
This knowledge will be achieved with a combination of classroom-style instruction, role play, and field trips allowing students to carry out on their own and possess the following:
1. basic vocabulary,
2. understanding of the necessary phrases to use and possible responses in return, and
3. acclimation to the US customs and traditions.