This class is a two-skill integration of reading and writing designed to help learners of English read and write in practical real-life situation, widen students’ range of vocabulary in line with A2 expectations which help learners demonstrate that they have the required ability to communicate effectively in English. It is ideal for learners who are aiming for band score 3.0 or higher on the IELTS test (CEF level A2 and above).


Develop the students’ English reading and writing proficiency to reach IELTS 3.0 (CEF A2 level).


At the end of the course, the students will be able to:
1. Knowledge
– Memorize vocabulary from 100 to 120 words.
– Identify a text for the main idea by skimming and specific information by scanning.
– Identify the meaning of new or unknown words in context.
– Identify parts of speech and their functions in a text.
– Identify pronouns and their reference.
– Identify ideas expressed in compound and complex sentences.

2. Comprehension
– Explain vocabulary from 100 to 120 words.
– Interpret texts using background knowledge.
– Predict the purpose of a text using topic sentences and introductory paragraphs.
– Interpret and responds to written information.
– Recognise the importance to cite sources and avoid plagiarism.
– Discuss articles and letters concerned with contemporary problems in which the writers adopt particular stances or viewpoints.

3. Application
– Apply vocabulary from 100 to 120 words into reading and writing.
– Transfer relevant information from a text to a table.
– Read texts broadly relevant to the student’s area of study (minimum 1 page about 250 words) and respond to questions that require analytical skills, e.g. prediction, deduction, inference.
– Apply their understandings of expository materials by getting the main ideas through paraphrasing effectively.
– Uses a sufficient range of vocabulary to write appropriately.

4. Analysis
– Connect vocabulary from 100 to 120 words into reading and writing.
– Distinguish between main ideas and supporting details.
– Distinguish between facts and opinions.

5. Synthesis
– Construct vocabulary from 100 to 120 words into academic writing.
– Develop reading fluency and speed by regularly reading extensively outside the classroom.
– Create notes from a text.
– Write and transfers specific information using standard formats.
– Write to communicate information for a variety of purposes.
– Read and write various kinds of words, phrases, sentences, paragraphs and letters.
– Write all parts of the task with relevant, extended and well supported ideas.

6. Evaluation
– Choose vocabulary from 100 to 120 words to write a paraphrase and an essay.
– Evaluate the information, solve problems, and make inferences and decisions accurately.
– Summarize short and long texts or letters.
– Assess their own writing and other writing.

Duration of the course: 45 hours
Study Time: Contact us to arrange your class .