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English Plus Workshop

Gradum Facere
An Open Collaborative Group of Professionals

English Plus Workshop


Located at 46 Arambulo St. BFRV Las Pinas, Philippines (Brown Gate)

Enrollment Starts Now!

A FREE INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOP WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 8, 2011. STUDENTS OF ALL LEVELS ARE INVITED! COME AND JOIN NOW!

16 intensive English sessions incorporating the four macro skills of language.

Details, what to expect, time slot, venue, discounts and more. Just read the rest of this post to be informed.

Open for Elementary and Secondary Levels

What to Expect?

Participants will be immersed into a dynamic mix of whole language and communicative language approach.

In each session they will experience and learn a different atmosphere in the English language that will surely enhance their competitiveness and effectiveness in delivering the language.

Whole language deals with language's macro skills as one and interlinked, while communicative language approach deals with language in a vernacular way. Using both principles will give a child the advancement he or she needs.

Students will engage in a dynamic language atmosphere. He or she will be immersed into activities that sharpens social communication and improves self-esteem. Tangible and concrete results are to be expected from each participants so the whole workshop will be a life-long learning experience and is applicable in daily life.

In addition, the transition in each session will vary from beginner's level to advance. Each session are also interlinked, so as a personal preference, a participant should not miss a single session.

When to attend?

Tentatively on March 30, their will be an introductory seminar about the aims, the skills to be acquired, the strategies to be experienced, the levels, the inputs and outputs and many more. Attending this seminar may also clear more of your concerns so join now. 

We have an exact date already, and the introductory seminar will be at April 8, 2011. All workshops will be introduced. We invite everyone to attend so that your concerns will be answered and you will have one big reason why you should join.

What other Perks can be gained?

You can avail discounts if siblings will both participate in the workshop. In case both of your children will participate, an honorary 12% discount will be given. You may also get a 6% discount if any participant will join through your referral.

Supplies needed for the workshop are provided and handouts for future reference will also be given.

What are our terms of agreement?

Children's assessment will be given to their parents upon the end of the workshop.
Once enrolled, all students are obliged to attend all session.
In case a student wishes to have a repeat session, an extension fee will be issued.
For the whole 16 session workshop, a fee of only P4500 is charged to a single participant.
You may pay the first half upon enrollment and the second after 5 sessions.

ENGLISH IS FUN!

This workshop is brought to you by Gradum Facere in cooperation with Language Bites™

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