INTERCHANGE VIDEO PROGRAM
Recommended level : CEFR Levels: A1 (Basic User) - B1 (Independent user)
*Learner must request to have the Free Trial Session for Assessment and Counselling or has already started the Basic ESL Course for Adults and Young Learner offered by the tutor before taking this course. Thanks!
Learning a second or foreign language is more meaningful and effective when the language is used for real communication instead of being studied as an end in itself.
This Interchange Video Program course provides a variety of entertaining and instructive live-action video sequences (“videos”) along with a wealth of activities that reinforce and extend the content of the videos.
The program serves as an exciting vehicle for introducing and practicing useful conversational language for everyday situations. Each lesson has a particular functional focus or goal, a grammar concept to study and vocabulary as well.
The Interchange Video Program is designed to complement the Student’s Books. Each video provides further practice related to the topics, language, and vocabulary introduced in the corresponding unit of the Student’s Book
The course is best taken as a progressive series starting from Unit 1 & ending at Unit 16. You can still choose the lesson "Ala Carte" by choosing your own lesson pack number, and you don't need to follow the sequence suggested below, but be sure that you are prepared for the lesson pack that you've chosen.
Materials will be provided for each lesson in this course.
Sample Video from the course --
Interchange Intro Video Program topics(each number represents a lesson you can choose and take for 60 minutes. A complete description for each can be provided upon request) --
1) Welcome! Two students have trouble finding their class on the first day of school.
2) My passport! Sofia and Jessica search their apartment for Sofia’s passport so she can make her flight to Brazil.
3) Newcomers High School. At a very interesting highschool in New York, students from around the world talk about their countries of origin
4) What are you wearing? People talk about the clothes they have on.
5) Everybody’s having fun. To avoid studying, Peter talks to several friends to find out what they are doing.
6) My life. Vanessa introduces her family, describes her daily routine, and shares her dream – stand-up comedy!
7) Richdale Street. In their new apartment, Sofia and Jessica get a surprise visit from Jessica’s mother.
8) The night shift. People who work at night talk about their jobs and their unusual routines.
9) At the diner. People in a popular diner talk about what they’re having for brunch.
10) What’s your sport? People at Flushing Meadows Park in New York talk about their favorite sports to play and to watch.
11) A trip to Washington, D.C. People talk about what they plan to do during their visit to the United States capital.
12) Where does it hurt? Peter, who doesn’t feel well, goes to see Dr. Smith and ends up solving the doctor’s health problem.
13) Across the bridge. A young couple visits the Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
14) How was your vacation? Back at work, Hugo tells his coworker about his disastrous vacation.
15) On Broadway. People who work in the Broadway theater world talk about their jobs and their dreams.
16) Then he said … At school, Abby describes to her friend her strange but eventful date with Greg.
Tutor's After-Lesson Oral Rubric Assessment can be given upon request.
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