Champlain College Saint-Lambert Continuing Education is proud to present its innovative second language program – language courses built around your needs and your schedule!
- Personalized learning and practice with an emphasis on student needs
- Structured curriculum and individualized progress assessment
|Concentration course only (1 night per week)|
Save $35 on concentration course
Save $65 on concentration course
Save 50% on concentration course
*Fees subject to change.
Students may either register by telephone, or visit the Continuing Education office in person. Registration begins Tuesday, January 3 and ends Friday, February 3, 2017. Registration hours are between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.
- Attend an English conversation course once, twice or three times a week, depending on your availability
- Combine a Conversation course with a Concentration course to fit your needs (Blended Pathways)
English Second Language Conversation Courses
Offered on Tuesdays, Wednesday and/or Thursdays
- Select a level – Beginners, Intermediate or Advanced
- Select one or more nights – Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday
English Concentration Courses
Offered on Mondays
|Pronunciation Remedial – All levels||This workshop enables students to evaluate and correct their pronunciation difficulties in English. Students engage in classroom activities that target their own particular challenges and work on remedial plans to vastly improve their pronunciation by the end of the workshop. All levels are welcome.|
|English Writing Success – English for Academic Purposes – Int. & Adv.||Are you nervous about your upcoming university English entrance exam? Are you struggling with essay writing this semester? Would you like to develop your academic reading and writing skills? This course targets all students with at least an intermediate level proficiency in English. The primary goal of this course is to enable students to produce top-notch academic texts.|
|Test-Taking Tactics for TOEIC, TOEFL, IELTS – All levels||The world of language learning is filled with international standardized exams, such as the TOEFL and TOEIC, which aim to assess an individual’s English language level. If you are planning on writing one of these exams, this course if for you! It is imperative to learn about the tests, their specific natures and how best to succeed on them.|
|Beginners||A beginner-level language learner may know some English vocabulary, but grammar knowledge is very limited. Sentences take time to produce and are not always easy to understand. Listening to English speakers who are having a conversation or a discussion is very difficult. A beginner may be able to read well enough, but has difficulty communicating fluidly.|
|Intermediate||An intermediate-level language learner knows much vocabulary and employs several grammatical tenses. They are able to communicate well enough and produce meaningful language. They are able to function in English, but often make errors, employ inadequate forms or still struggle with listening and more advanced writing.|
|Advanced||An advanced-level language learner is very fluent in English, knows most vocabulary, employs most forms and tenses accurately and can communicate in any context. Advanced students typically need to improve advanced grammar use, pronunciation, writing skills and the more academic, professional and/or artistic aspects of the English language.|