Project Description

Improve Your English Language Skills

Our General English Plus Course is a 21 hour, full-time course that will help you improve all your English language skills. Speaking, listening, reading and writing. Start when you want to and study for a few weeks or stay with us for the whole year. This course will really help you in accelerating your English language ability quickly. It is more intense than our standard General English course but well worth it.

Course Summary

Hours per week: 21

Hours per day: 6

Timetable: 9am-12.15 /2.45-6pm Mon-Fri

Start date: Any Monday

Course length: Flexible /min 1 week

  
Hours per week:21 Hours
Hours per day:3 hours Monday - Friday Mornings followed by 2 hours for 3 afternoons
Timetable:(subject to change)9.30am – 12.30 General English followed by 1.30pm – 3.30pm English + 3 afternoons
Minimum Age:18, (16/17 with parental permission)
Start Date:Any Monday
Duration1 week -11 Months
Levels Available:A1 CEFR (Beginner)A2 CEFR (Elementary)B1 CEFR (Lower Intermediate)B1-B2 CEFR (Intermediate)B2 CEFR (Upper Intermediate)C1 CEFR (Advanced)
Maximum Class Size:10
Average Class Size:Summer season: Maximum capacity Rest of year: 3-10
Nationality Mix:Multinational, fluctuates with seasons
General Information:General English Plus is one of our intensive courses and is a combination of General English plus six grammar focused lessons. The courses are combined into the intensive course at a reduced price. It includes some 1:1 tuition

COURSE TUTORS

Tim Morley
Tim MorleyDirector
Name: Tim Morley
Where you were born? Nairobi, East Africa

When did you join Imagine English? February 2013

What languages can you speak?
Little spanish

Favourite (british) food? Favourite music?
Food: English roast Music: blues

Can you recommend something to do in Liverpool?
Visit Anfield

In your experience what is the most difficult for students to learn?
Prepositions and phrasal verbs

What makes your lessons/the company unique?
Family atmosphere and small classes

Amanda MorleyBusiness Manager
Name: Amanda Morley
Where you were born? Derby, UK

When did you join Imagine English? What teaching qualifications do you have?
Join in: October 2016 certificates: School Business Management (CSBM&DSBM)

What languages can you speak?
A little french

Favourite (british) food? Favourite music?
Food: Roast lamb music: Soul

Can you recommend something to do in Liverpool?
Visit Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and climb to the top of the tower to see fantastic views of the city.

What makes your lessons/the company unique?
We have tried to create a family atmosphere throughout the school and encourage teachers and students to socialise together.

What was the best experience in a lesson/the company?
I think being part of the Imagine English family and learning in small classes.

David Fairlie
David Fairlie
Name: David Fairlie
Where you were born? Chelmsford, UK

When did you join Imagine English? What teaching qualifications do you have?
Join in: August 2018 qualifications: CELTA

What languages can you speak?
Italian(C1), French(B1)

Favourite (british) food? Favourite music?
Food: Toad in the hole Music: Jimi Hendrix

Can you recommend something to do in Liverpool?
I would recommend the Walker Gallery to see some really good art and then go to the Shipping Forecast for a drink.

In your experience what is the most difficult for students to learn?
I think it`s using the tenses correctly, especially Present Perfect, Past Simple and Past Perfect, because they are slightly different in every language.

What makes your lessons/the company unique?
My lessons: I`d like to think my lessons are unique because of the fact that you can learn anything you`d like to, although there is a basic structure to the lessons, I try to make them as flexible as possible.
The school: That`s easy! Everyone knows everyone and there is an incredibly friendly atmosphere which I have never seen at another school.

What was the best experience in a lesson/the company?
My favourite experience so far was when Amanda and Tim took me out for my birthday with many students and staff. It was a very kind thing to do, typical of them, and a lot of fun!

Sophie Page-Jones
Sophie Page-Jones
Name: Sophie Page-Jones
Where you were born? Liverpool, UK

When did you join Imagine English? What teaching qualifications do you have?
Join in: August 2018 qualifications: CELTA

What languages can you speak?
A little French

Favourite (British) food? Favourite music?
Food: Ice cream
Music: all types of music; listening to different music from around the world

Can you recommend something to do in Liverpool?
Visit the Baltic market on either Friday or Saturday when they have live music

In your experience what is the most difficult for students to learn?
Phrasal verbs

What makes your lessons/ the company unique?
All of the teachers and everyone that works here focuses on each student individually and is interested in who they are and where they come from etc. This makes the school really feel like a family.

What was the best experience in a lesson/the company?
The best experience I have had is when you can see progress in the students and they are able to make up to the next level. Seeing the students achieve what the want to achieve is really rewarding!

Pinar Beyaz
Pinar Beyaz
Name: Pinar Beyaz
Where you were born? Ankara, Turkey

When did you join Imagine English? July 2018

What languages can you speak? Turkish

Favourite (british) food? Favourite music?
Food: English breakfast Music: Muse

Can you recommend something to do in Liverpool?
It is a good idea to take a stroll along the docks.

In your experience what is the most difficult for students to learn?
Mixed conditionals since two parts of the conditional sentences refer to two different periods.

What makes your lessons/the company unique?
Engaging activities I choose to accomplish my lesson plan objectives.

What was the best experience in a lesson/the company?
Once I used to debate to develop my students` argumentation skills and I was impressed with the way they structured and organized thoughts as well as teamwork.

Richard Schofield
Richard Schofield
Name: Richard Schofield
Where you were born? Chester, England

When did you join Imagine English? What teaching qualifications do you have?
Join in: April 2019 qualifications: TESOL

What languages can you speak?
None. I know a few useful Spanish phrases and I remember some French from school.

Favourite (british) food? Favourite music?
Food: Roasted duck Music: The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Jose Gonzalez

Can you recommend something to do in Liverpool?
Visit the Cavern Club, enjoy a drink and the live music

In your experience what is the most difficult for students to learn?
Narrative tenses

What makes your lessons/the company unique?
Less formal, more relaxed and personal
There are fewer students in each class, so students receive more attention than they would if there were many students in each class.

What was the best experience in a lesson/the company?
Teaching my students when to use the past perfect.
(I have only been teaching at Imagine English for four days when the questionnaire was taken.)

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