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myEnglish launched

| | New Delhi

The British Council has launched myEnglish course, an online interactive courses to improve English speaking and writing skills for adult learners. The programme offers total nine courses at three levels — pre-intermediate, intermediate and upper- intermediate. The applicants are first required to take a short online test followed by a consultation with one of the teachers to identify the right course before registration. The course will be starting from September 23, 2017 across India, fee is Rs 8,800 with a class size of 20.

The course is designed for the period of six weeks (50 hours) to improve one’s fluency, writing skills and to have proper command over English as a language. It will help developing workspace skills like interpersonal communication, time management, interviews and digital skills.

Students will be able to access online lectures and study materials, reading and writing tasks that will help them to improve in pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary.

This flexible online course consists of numerous module developed by the highly qualified British Council teachers. MyEnglish classes are delivered over Zoom, a low bandwidth consuming video-conferencing platform which is easily accessible from desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet. The interactive format fulfills the need for real time feedback from the teacher while practicing pronunciation and understanding concepts, critical for learning a language.

The course was launched as a pilot programme in Mumbai and Bengaluru to know the response of the learners.

Pradeep Kumar, working professional says: “The course helped me in improving in English writing and speaking skills. I improved on my fluency with the help of Zoom tool through which we can zoom in and see the teacher’s lip movement closely to understand how to pronounce a particular word. The course has helped me gain confidence. I can now speak English fluently.”

 
 
 

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