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This course focuses on integrated skills teaching (reading to write, vocabulary and grammar) to promote writing at an upper-intermediate level {Cl- Common European Framework of Reference).

What is C1 level? It is the Upper-Intermediate Level', i.e. you "can present clear, detailed descriptions of complex subjects integrating sub-themes, developing particular points and rounding off with an appropriate conclusion."

 In this course,  you will develop  your abilities to:

 •   read a variety of texts for many different purposes such as to gather information, to give a response to form an opinion, to understand  information,  to  enjoy  and  appreciate literature...
express ideas or opinions related to the texts
discuss the author's message and meaning
develop creativity in your written tasks (with the help of ICT)

To do this, you will:

•    discover different texts  (artic les   1   short stories,  song  lyrics, dialogues,...
write texts related to the various topics raised (creative writing, giving your opinion, developing the pros and cons,... )

The aim is to provide you with the necessary information through reading/ listening so as to be able to discuss these topics in a written text in details at an upper­ intermediate level.

Through reading, you'll develop your writing skills in accordance with the CEFR

 What is expected of you?

•   To attend all classes;
To make the exercises, read and write for the right day;
To take part actively in those classes;

To engage in the discussions and in getting to know more about the topics discussed.

This course is given and assessed in English.

It focuses on integrated skills teaching (reading, writing, listening, vocabulary, pronunciation and critical thinking) to promote speaking at an advanced level (C1- Common European Framework of Reference)

What is level C1?  It’s the level of “Effective Operational Proficiency or advanced”[i], i.e. you

  • ‘Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning.
  • Can express yourself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions.
  • Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes.
  • Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices’.

To do this, we will:

·       Read and listen about British culture on various topics such as: “Britishness” and a sense of identity, Education, Food and drinks, the Media, Cultural diversity, etc.

·       We’ll discuss these various topics in class.

·       We’ll also discover about English humour through various series and discuss this in class.

·       You’ll also consider the connections between these different topics, English as a language and the British culture;

·       This course will invite cross-cultural comparisons and thereby promote inter-cultural discussions and awareness.

·       Through these courses, we’ll also aim at developing Life Skills such as the “Thinking Skills”, the “Working skills”, the “Learning Skills” and the “Social skills”


The aim is to provide you with the necessary information (cultural but also linguistic) through reading and listening so as to be able to discuss these topics in details at an advanced level, but also to take advantage of educational and employment opportunities.

You will also be asked to make links with teaching practices in the lower secondary classes (levels A1-A1+)