English as an Additional Language (EAL)
Equilibrium EAL Reading and Writing
Equilibrium School’s EAL (English as an Additional Language) Program is a Designated Learning Program that is able to receive foreign nationals on a study permit.
Times: 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Reading and Writing Classes develop essential communication skills pertaining to the production and consumption of the written word. Whether you are an international student or a local employee/employer seeking to improve your communication skills, these classes have a place for everyone.
In order to increase writing skills, classes of all levels focus on grammar concepts, word order, and word choice. Thus, much of class time is spent on practical exercises that are designed to improve common writing mistakes made within sentences.
Additionally, more advanced Reading and Writing Classes focus on organizational patterns. Paragraph organization, essay composition, and letter writing are crucial aspects in the advanced classes. Development and detail of ideas are discussed.
Readings are selected by the instructor and include short stories, novels, and essays relevant to Canadian culture. Lessons focus on comprehension, but may include exercises in research, skimming, and scanning.
In all three levels of Reading and Writing Class (beginner, intermediate and advanced) students will study under the supervision of experienced and qualified English teachers, using a variety of textbooks and learning materials.
Our Reading and Writing Classes are designed to accommodate international students, visitors and new immigrants in the best way possible.
|1 month (4 weeks)||$672.00||$504.00||$336.00|
They also run on a continuous intake basis and can be started each Monday.