English up a Level – Ashley Rickman
What you’ll learn
Advanced vocabulary – people you speak to or who read what you write will really sit up and take notice
How to avoid the mistakes in English that nearly everyone else is making
To be an intermediate or advanced learner of English as a foreign language or a native speaker
If you can understand a presenter speaking British English, and with English subtitles, you’ll be fine!
So, you’re looking to take your English up to the next level. Well, you’ve come to the right place. This course features over 70 written activities in eight hours of video, all devised and presented by an experienced English teacher with a Master’s degree in languages from the University of Cambridge. Welcome to a course where the expectation is you’ll learn by doing, not simply by being told.
Who this course is for:
- Students of English a a foreign language or native-speakers who wish to improve their English.
STUDENT FEEDBACK AND REVIEWS
Jason S: A great match. Already finding it useful.
Shani Watts: I have been very impressed with the contents of this course. In spite of being a native English speaker I have learned a lot. I particularly like the work on word families, the dictations, proofreading and vocabulary (Liber) exercises. All the learning is reinforced with the regular quizzes. This is the ideal course for those already with a good knowledge of the language but want to go one step further to stand out from the crowd.
Anna: At last here is a teacher who does not just tell me what I can read myself in a textbook. He looks at teaching English in a different way than other teachers. I have learned so much.
Will Wheatley: This is an awesome course and a really intuitive and efficient way to learn. I would highly recommend this to anyone
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Experienced English teacher
I’m a native Englishman, born in London but now living in Sydney, and I’ve always been closely involved in language and languages.
With a Master’s degree from Cambridge University in Anglo-Saxon and Latin – the two languages which more than any others go to make up the English that we speak today – I have a good knowledge of English grammar and word origins. I also speak several modern languages.
I’ve been an English teacher for the past 15 years. My two major interests as a teacher have always been vocabulary extension and the elimination of mistakes. I believe strongly that the best way to do this is to have my students keep repeating any new learning, by recalling it, writing it and saying it over and again. My classes are therefore characterised by plenty of short exercises – quizzes, spelling tests, vocabulary activities, speaking routines, grammar checks etc.
I am the author of an encyclopaedia of crime and police work, published in England in 2002, and have written a number magazine articles, published nationally in Australia and England, on English teaching.
Away from work, I am married with two children aged 18 and 11. I am a keen cricketer and enjoy fishing, rowing and local history.
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