TOEFL

Get yourself ready for the TOEFL exam by taking our TOEFL Preparation course.

With practice tests and familiarization with the TOEFL exam’s structure,

it will give you more confidence and knowledge come exam day.

Who this is for:

Students who need to take the TOEFL exam as part of their college application requirements

What you will learn:

  1. How to review test-taking strategies and tips for the TOEFL exam
  1. How to learn important vocabulary that will appear on the TOEFL exam
  1. How to review and practice skills for the four sections of the TOEFL exam
  1. How to complete sections from the practice TOEFL exam to see how much you’ve improved

Benefits:

  1. Increased confidence in taking the TOEFL exam
  1. Better TOEFL exam results
  1. Higher chances of achieving the score you aim for

Methodology:

TalkShop uses Integrated Language Teaching. This means 30% of the course is comprised of facilitator-based discussions while 70% is dedicated to an interactive learning experience through:

  • Listening Sessions
  • Guided Reading Strategies
  • Writing Exercises
  • Reading Comprehension techniques

 

 

Course Outline

I.  Introduction to the Course

A.     Overview of TOEFL Exam Structure

    • Speaking and Interview Portion
    • Listening Section
    • Reading Comprehension
    • Writing Test

B.     Mock Practice Test

II.  Introduction to the Speaking Section

A.     Drills and Exercises for Speaking

    • Speaking Tasks
    • Interactive Speaking Exercises

B.     Vocabulary Exercises

C.     Mock Interview and Dialogues

III.  Speech Eloquence

A.     1st and 2nd Syllable

B.     Pronunciation of Commonly Mispronounced Words

C.     Enunciation Exercises

D.     Accent Neutralization Exercises

IV. Speech Development

A.     Interview Techniques

    • Projecting Poise and Credibility
    • Building Confidence and Self-esteem

B.     Pronunciation Review

C.     Vocabulary and Speaking Drills

V.  Introduction to Comprehensive Reading

A.     Drills and Exercises for Reading

    • Reading Tasks
    • Interactive Reading Exercises

B.     Enhanced Vocabulary Exercises

C.     Mock Reading Test

VI.  Reading Concepts

A.     Understanding Comprehension

B.     Finding Facts and Details

C.     Cause-Effect Sequences

D.     Reading between the Lines

E.     The Elements of a Story

Course duration:

10 days

 

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