Language Center International College

Academic Courses

English Foundation (Non- Credit)

In this course, Students will be able to practice for EFL skills using a communication approach. The ultimate goal of the course is to enhance Students’ interaction, especially in spoken form both in the classroom and outside of the classroom settings. Class activities and tasks are designed to practice language successfully through having to communicate real meaning in various situations. The students are expected to be able to interact with each other and the instructor will provide feedback and support. It serves as a stepping-stone for further language learning and academic pursuits.
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English for Academic Purposes

Students will develop the skills and strategies they need to make the transition to college and university courses in English and other secondary school disciplines. Students will practice the 4 English Skills using skill-based learning. They will practice speaking on more complicated topics, listening effectively using strategies, reading in detail and writing a paragraph level. Students are encouraged to develop independence in a range of academic tasks, learn about academic culture, time management, academic integrity and collaborative learning as a part of successful post- secondary experience.

Advanced English

Students will be able to practice EFL four skills using topic or theme- based teaching and learning approaches. Relying on morden pedagogy which focuses on learner- centered integrated curriculum, language in this course we will consider as a means of communication in various leaning experiences. The activities and themes of the course are designed to create authentic and genuine communication opportunities in an EFL university classroom setting and emphasize on both the product and language accuracy. It is expected that that students will not only promote their level of English proficiency but also will enhance diffrent aspects of their personalities as university learners. Finally, it is aimed that the course may develop the learner’s cognitive skills for more complicated university challenges.

English for Professional Purposes

In this course, students will focus on professional use of English in writing an essay, writing a report effectively, writing letters and emails, and writing a research paper. Students also will practice applying critical thinking and problem- solving skills in producing spoken or written texts in English. Students will understand a wide range of demanding and longer texts in English. They can also produce clear, coherent and detailed texts in both speaking and writing.

Other Languages

  • Thai
  • Japanese
  • Chinese
  • Korean
  • French
  • Germany
  • Spanish
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