Course Information

Course Description

To ensure a customized learning experience, we begin with a thorough language placement test to assess pupils' current skills. By the end of the course, pupils will have gained essential writing techniques and strategies to effectively communicate and express themselves in written English.


Course Objectives

The objectives of this course are to enhance students' proficiency in English writing, improve their ability to express ideas clearly and effectively, develop critical thinking and analytical skills, and strengthen their overall writing proficiency in various genres and styles.


Course Outline

  • Introduction to English Writing: Understanding the fundamentals of writing, including sentence structure, paragraph development, and organization.
  • Writing Techniques and Styles: Exploring different writing techniques and styles, such as descriptive writing, narrative writing, persuasive writing, and creative writing.
  • Essay Writing: Developing skills in essay planning, structuring, and composing coherent and well-argued essays.
  • Editing and Proofreading: Learning effective editing and proofreading strategies to refine and polish written work.


Student Acquisitions

By the end of this course, students will:

  • Demonstrate improved proficiency in English writing across various genres.
  • Express ideas clearly and effectively in written form.
  • Apply critical thinking and analytical skills to their writing.
  • Employ effective editing and proofreading techniques to refine their written work.


Learning Methodologies

Our course employs the following methodologies to enhance learning:

  • Integrated Approach: Integrating the development of writing skills with other language skills, such as reading and listening, to enhance overall language proficiency.
  • Collaborative Learning: Engaging in group activities and peer feedback sessions to foster a collaborative and supportive learning environment.
  • Task-based Learning: Engaging in writing tasks that simulate real-life scenarios and encourage practical application of writing skills.
  • Differentiated Instruction: Tailoring instruction and assignments to meet the diverse learning needs and abilities of students.
  • Technology Integration: Incorporating digital tools and resources to enhance writing practice, feedback, and revision processes.