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Alphabets – vowel-consonant combination2-3-4-5 letter words
Definition, Rules & Examples of Punctuation
Greetings
Classroom questions
Silent letters
Basic conversation practice
Introducing
Identifying People and Things

 

 

 

 

 

Simple requests & useful expressions
Giving information
Describing people
Asking for information
Number and counting
Telling time
Comma Rules
Capitalization Rules
Short Questions and Answers
Giving Directions


Using a or an depends on the sound that begin with next word.
Use of 'the'
The errors in the use of Articles
Doing words
Naming words Describing words
How plurals are formed
Descriptive words
- Quality of person/things
- Colour of things
- Nature of places
Talking about Manner/Place/Time
The position words / Linking words
Action words

 

 

 

 

 

Relate words - words that show possessiveness and replacing nouns
Placement words, Helping verb
Habitual actions
Past form of action word
Simple future
Finished events connected with the present.
Let, Let us and Let him / them
'To' and '-ing' forms
Little and Few
Direct and Indirect
Reporting
Join words - words that continue a sentence
Exclaim Words - words that show emotional sounds


Greetings Asking about present activities Introducing people Identifying people and things Closing conversation Asking & giving opinion / permission / advice
Elaborating / Clarifying / Interrupting
Giving Instructions / Opinions
Checking and analyzing problems
Say about 'A typical working day'
Telephone Etiquettes
Talking about family
Making request
Expressing Gratitude / Probability

 

 

 

 

 

Expressing Necessity / Obligation
Stating Preference
Asking information
Expressing Surprise
Imagining Situations
Saying 'how often'
Feelings and Health
Time Management skills
Let's say 'You are going for an Interview'
Job Interview
Let's say 'You are going for an GD Tomorrow'
Paraphrases / Explanations
Writing letters
Writing business letters


- BRUSHING UP GRAMMAR - Article
- All Tenses
- Prepositions
- Modals
- Direct & Indirect
- Get
- '-ing' Form
- 'To' Forms
- Has / Have

 

 

 

 

 

- Wh - Questions
- Group Discussion
- Presentation
- Debates
- Short Speeches
- Extempore
- Jam Sessions
- Personality Development
- Effective Job Interview Preparations & Email Writting



- Tips for Preparation for Job Interview
- Frequently asked questions & smart replies
- Do and don'ts at Interview & Email Writing



Vocal Relaxation Exercises
Sentence Stress in English
Syllable and Syllable Stress | Word Stress
Program Specific word drill with Sentences
Expressive Reading Passages
Speech Mechanism
Phonetics | Neutral Accent | Pronunciation
Focusing on Individual accent improvement

Personal growth Managing stress
Relationships
Interpersonal skills
Interpersonal communication
Developing
-individual / meeting leadership
-sensitivity and sales skills
-negotiation skills
-rapport building
-analysis & judgment

 

 

 

 

 

-selecting/ promoting decisions
-time management
-oral and written communication
-job motivation
-work standards
-customer service orientation



-Job Interview Preparation
-GD Preparation
-Simple Presentation
-Telephone Etiquettes.



-Letters of the alphabet
-Basic greetings – Hello, Hi, Goodbye
-How to say their names.
-Numbers – How many
-Colours – What colour is it?
-Colours – Vocabulary
-Focus – Teach colours vocabulary
-Fruits - I like…
-Names of fruits and how to express.
-Parts of the body.
-Actions – I can, I can't
-how to express ability using simple action verbs.
-Family members - Words and expression used when describing family.
-Animals - How to express preference by using vocabulary related to farm animals.
-School Day - Words and expression related to classroom items.
-Actions – Can and Can't
-Shapes and Sizes - Various shapes and adjectives to describe size.
-This / That / These / Those
-Numbers 10 to 100 and pronunciation.
-Toys – Where is it?
-Days of the week and weekly activities
-Weather - What's the weather like?
-How to ask about the weather and describe it.
-Food – What do you want to eat
-Time – What time is it?
-Months & birthdays – When is your birthday?
-Months of the year and how to tell dates using months and ordinal numbers.
-Jobs – What people do.
-How to describe jobs using action words.
-Actions – What are you doing?
-How to describe actions in progress using the present progressive.
-Different means of transport and talk about going around.
-Clothes – What are you wearing today?
-To describe what someone is wearing.
-Where is it? – At home
-Teach kids prepositions of plac



Group Discussion
- Useful Telephone Etiquettes
- Useful E-mail Etiquettes & Email Writing
- Presentation
- Apologizing
- Making Request
- Stating Preference
- Making Suggestions
- Asking Information

 

 

 

 

 

- Expressing Purpose
- Agreeing & Disagreeing
- Asking & Giving Advice
- Complimenting, Congratulating
- Types of Letters
- Presentations
- Language for Sales & Marketing
- Personality Development

Explain the various components in a PC computer, and try to give you the information you need to better understand how your computer works. Some of this information is considered basic computer knowledge, but there is no better place to start with than with the basics. Knowing this valuable information can help you if you are going to buy, repair, maintain or even build your own computer. .

Basic of Computer – Basic concept working in Windows
MS word, MS Power Point, Ms Excel
Database Managementware Installation.
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The course covers the four skill areas of Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing, which directly correspond to the four

modules making up the test. Preparatory courses for both General Training and Academic modules are offered.

Training Inputs

1. Computer based training

2. Training in specific test taking skills

3. Training in linguistic structures specific to IELTS tasks

4. Opportunities to practise IELTS tasks

5. Practice test under exam conditions

6. Training in reviewing and self-evaluating test performance.

For Whom

A person who enrols for this course must be reasonably good at listening and speaking. If his or her English is poor, it is

recommended that he or she first enrol for Fluent English programme. 

Duration

40 Hours 

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a test conducted by British Council &

TEEA to recognize the skills of a candidate in English language and Smart IELTS training program

provides training to clear the test with the desired result.

\Course designed for

This course is pertinent for those who would like to enhance their overall listening, reading, writing and

speaking skills and also want to get good score in IELTS exam.

Course content

 1. Listening Skills

 2. Understanding of U.K./U.S. Accent

 3. Vocabulary enhancement

 4. Writing Skills, Building English Spellings

 5. Fluency Development

. 6. Smart grammar



 
 
 
 
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