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Students improve their communication in English by doing interesting and exciting activities in their lessons. Teachers use course books and teaching material from our excellent resources from top EFL publishers. We make lessons fun for young learners by using the internet, film and music in class.
Teachers use games, competitions and songs to help students work towards pronouncing English like a native speaker.
Students have fun while improving their spoken English through drama, role-play and games. Students can also practise talking to native speakers on class trips to places such as a local cafe or the train station.
At the end of the course there is a prize-giving ceremony. Students receive an academic report, course certificate and a group photograph so you can look back and remember your new friends from your Harrow School Short Course.
These lessons are perfect for students who want to study at English-medium schools or universities. The aim is for students to develop their ability to understand academic language and express themselves using this language. We focus on how to form and defend your opinions and how to analyse and question the opinion of others. The skills and language covered will be helpful to students who are taking a test for academic purposes such as IELTS or school or university entrance exams. Due to the language content students need to have an intermediate level of English (B1+) in order to study on this course.
In these lessons students work together to produce a project that is a reminder of their time at Summer School. They show their completed project to other groups in a presentation session at the end of their course and one group is declared the winner. Project work helps students develop their communication and language fluency as well as promoting teamwork, time management, and presentation skills.