22 November 2021

Global Studies 2 aims to introduce contemporary global issues and develop knowledge in specific content-based language. Students will be able to use language appropriate for each of the issues and debate about concepts and issues related to them. It includes such themes as Families, Festivals and Celebrations, Landscape and Environment and Agriculture. Through individual, pair, group and whole-class work, the students will be able to develop the four macro- skills, especially reading and speaking.

22 November 2021

The main aim of the subject is to assist students to become effective, independent readers with a capacity to analyze and respond critically to what they read. It provides intensive and extensive practice in reading and speaking, and in analysis of language, which complements the Core English subject. Students will also develop knowledge of major literary genres of English Literature and an ability to identify linguistic features of texts (both fiction and non-fiction). The major stories include: The Hitchhiker, Poison, The Necklace, The Happy Prince, The Story of an Hour, Not Poor, Just Broke, The Rain Came, On Loan, and Cry Freedom.

22 November 2021

This unit focuses on the improvement of students' macro skills: reading, listening, writing and speaking, and knowledge of grammar, e.g. the tense system, gerunds and question forms. It also stresses the ability in using more complicated vocabulary. New Headway Upper- Intermediate (third edition) by Liz and John Soars is its core textbook.

22 November 2021

This subject consists of such topics as the structure of paragraph, development of paragraph, the structure of an essay, unity and coherence. As distinct from Writing Skills 1, this subject focuses on developing students' skills and competence in academic writing at the paragraph and essay levels. Writing to Communicate (2002) by Cynthia A. Boardman & Jia Frydenberg provides its core texts.