English Speaking Course|Level Beginner- A1

Course: English Language Course for Beginner A1 Level Learners


  • To introduce and develop basic English language skills, including speaking, listening, reading, and writing, at the A1 level
  • To enable learners to use English in everyday situations, such as introducing themselves, ordering food, shopping, and making basic requests
  • To develop learners’ confidence and motivation to continue learning English

Course Duration: 10 weeks (2 hours per class, 2 classes per week)

Week 1: Introduction to English and Basic Greetings

  • Introduction to the course and syllabus
  • Basic greetings (e.g. hello, goodbye, good morning/afternoon/evening)
  • Introducing oneself and others (e.g. name, age, nationality)
  • Numbers and basic personal information

Week 2: Asking and Answering Questions

  • Asking and answering questions about personal information
  • Yes/no questions and short answers
  • Question words (e.g. what, where, when, why, how)

Week 3: Describing People and Places

  • Describing people’s physical appearance and personality traits
  • Vocabulary for common objects and places (e.g. house, office, supermarket)
  • Prepositions of location (e.g. in, on, at)

Week 4: Everyday Activities and Routines

  • Vocabulary for daily activities (e.g. wake up, eat breakfast, go to work/school)
  • Simple present tense for describing routines
  • Adverbs of frequency (e.g. always, usually, sometimes)

Week 5: Ordering Food and Drinks

  • Vocabulary for common food and drinks (e.g. coffee, tea, sandwich)
  • Ordering food and drinks in a restaurant or café
  • Basic manners and polite phrases

Week 6: Shopping and Prices

  • Vocabulary for common shopping items (e.g. clothes, shoes, books)
  • Asking and answering questions about prices
  • Simple comparatives (e.g. cheaper, more expensive)

Week 7: Travel and Directions

  • Vocabulary for transportation (e.g. bus, train, taxi)
  • Asking for and giving directions
  • Prepositions of direction (e.g. to, from, through)

Week 8: Leisure and Hobbies

  • Vocabulary for common leisure activities (e.g. watching TV, playing sports, listening to music)
  • Expressing likes and dislikes
  • Simple past tense for describing past activities

Week 9: Basic Grammar and Sentence Structure

  • Subject-verb agreement
  • Nouns and articles (e.g. a/an, the)
  • Simple sentence structure (e.g. subject-verb-object)

Week 10: Review and Assessment

  • Review of course material
  • Assessment of learner progress and achievement
  • Feedback and recommendations for continuing English language learning

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