About Course

At the end of the module, learners will be able to handle an entry-level jobs that involve some simple oral and written communication but in which tasks can also be demonstrated and/or clarified orally. The module discusses the four basic mathematical operations, fractions, percentage and solving diagrams, illustrations and scale drawing

 

Course Outline

  • Learn the four basic mathematical operations, namely fractions, percentage, scale drawing, and solving diagrams as well as illustrations.

 

 

About Course

This module is developed to enhance the listening, speaking, reading and writing proficiency of the learners to meet the workplace needs.

 

Course Outline

  • Use a wide range of vocabulary such as synonyms, antonyms, precise terminology, phrasal verbs and idioms on a variety of topics.
  • Use signal words and cohesive devices that give clues to organization and context of message.
  • Use advanced grammar and structures.
  • Identify the context, audience and purpose of speaking. Take into account and purpose, perspective and cultural influence of the listener while speaking.
  • Use format and structure suitable for purpose and audience.
  • Present information/ideas concisely, logically and persuasively.
  • Convey humour, jokes, irony etc.
  • Convey multi-step instructions and directions.
  • Convey detailed instructions, explanations, instructions and directions in a range of contexts. E.g. writing reports and minutes of meeting.
  • Use strategies to give suggestions or requests tentatively or indirectly.
  • Give an extended discourse on a topic of special interest.

About Course

This module is designed for those who wants to be able to speak in good English, function independently in surviving any social and familiar work situations as well as able to clarifying general meaning and communicate on familiar / unfamiliar topics.

 

Course Outline

  • Stress the accurate syllable in a poly-syllabic word. Use pronunciation and stress patterns to convey moods, emotions and attitudes.
  • Use homonyms in context. Use words changed by prefixes, suffixes, etc.
  • Demonstrate the ability to use standard and non-standard forms appropriately.
  • Use a wide range of vocabulary such as synonyms, antonyms, precise terminology, phrasal verbs, and idioms on a variety of topics. Use specialised vocabulary.
  • Use signal words and cohesive devices that give clues to organisation and content message.
  • Use advanced grammar and structures (e.g., complex tenses, all conditionals (real and unreal), passive voice, reported speech, compound/complex sentences). Use a range of question types.
  • Identify the context; audience and purpose of speaking (consider listener’s perspective, cultural influences, social norms etc.) Take into account purpose, perspective and cultural influence of the listener while speaking.
  • Present information /ideas concisely, logically and persuasively. Use fillers and place holders speech where necessary. Engage in extended conversations.
  • Use communicative function of speech. Participate in extended or detailed non-face-to-face communication.
  • Convey multi-step instructions, explanations and directions. Convey detailed instructions, explanations and directions in a range of contexts.
  • Use strategies to give suggestions or requests tentatively or indirectly.
  • Give an extended discourse on a topic of special interest. Convey details of descriptive and factual material in narrative form.
  • Create a detailed non-face-to-face communications in a wide range of contexts. Paraphrase information for clarification. Use voice qualities to emphasize and clarify speech. Re-state main points.
  • Switch between standard and non standard dialects as the situations warrants (use colloquial language when appropriate).

About Course

This module is developed to enhance the listening, speaking, reading and writing proficiency of the learners to meet the workplace needs.

 

Course Outline

  • Use a wide range of vocabulary such as synonyms, antonyms, precise terminology, phrasal verbs and idioms on a variety of topics.
  • Use signal words and cohesive devices that give clues to organization and context of message.
  • Use advanced grammar and structures.
  • Identify the context, audience and purpose of speaking. Take into account and purpose, perspective and cultural influence of the listener while speaking.
  • Use format and structure suitable for purpose and audience.
  • Present information/ideas concisely, logically and persuasively.
  • Convey humour, jokes, irony etc.
  • Convey multi-step instructions and directions.
  • Convey detailed instructions, explanations, instructions and directions in a range of contexts. E.g. writing reports and minutes of meeting.
  • Use strategies to give suggestions or requests tentatively or indirectly.
  • Give an extended discourse on a topic of special interest.

About Course

At the end of the module learners will be able to handle entry-level jobs that involve some simple oral and written communication but in which tasks can also be demonstrated and/or clarified orally. The module discusses the 4 basic mathematical operations, fractions, percentage and solving diagrams, illustrations and scale drawing.

 

Course Outline

Learn the four basic mathematical operations, namely fractions, percentage, scale drawing, and solving diagrams as well as illustrations.

 

About Course

This module is developed to enhance the speaking and listening proficiency of learners to meet the workplace needs.

 

Course Outline

  • Pronology / Pronunciation: Demonstrate accurate pronunciation of the various sounds of English (e.g vowels, consonants, minimal pairs, rhymes).
  • Vocabulary: Recite letters of the alphabet, letters in words and numbers when reading aloud from a text or sign.
  • Grammar: Use basic grammar and structures with present tense verbs and modals of high-frequency usage (e.g., to be, to do, to need, to have, can).
  • Informational Discourse: Use simple words in the context of common, everyday situations, use simple words and phrases drawn from learned  topics, engage in simple learned social exchanges (e.g. Hi, how are you? Have a good weekend.) And use simple request.
  • Social Discourse: Use short emergency warnings and commands (e.g., Stop! Wait!).

About Course

Through this module, participants will be trained to use simple learned and some new simple phrases containing familiar vocabulary, spoken slowly with frequent repetition. They will be able to satisfy basic survival needs and very routine social demands. At the end of this module, the participant will be able to handle routine entry level jobs that involve basic to intermediate oral or written communication in English and in which all tasks can be demonstrated.

 

Course Outline

  • Demonstrate accurate pronunciation of words and sounds when they are modified by adjacent sounds.
  • Pronounce the eight regular morphological inflections (plural, possessive, third-person singular present tense, past tense, present participle, past participle, comparative degree and superlative degree.
  • Demonstrate accurate pronunciation of words in connected speech.
  • Use basic stress and intonation patterns in English words and sentences accurately (e.g., rising intonation for yes/no questions, emphasis).
  • Use reduced forms in high-frequency expressions (e.g., gonna).
  • Use high frequency words, phrases, phrasal verbs and simple idioms that are used in a variety of everyday contexts.
  • Use simple words, phrases and idioms drawn from functional life skill topics.
  • Use contracted forms. Use imperative constructions. Use negative constructions.
  • Use noun plurals. Use the possessive form of nouns and pronouns.
  • Use intermediate level grammar and structures (e.g.,simple past, modals, real conditional, present perfect, compound simple sentences).
  • Use comparative forms of adjectives. Use comparative forms of adverbs.
  • Engage in simple conversations (ask about personal information e.g., name, address, phone number, including wh-questions.).
  • Express simple feelings.
  • Use abbreviated forms of speech (e.g., Want some?).
  • Communicate the topic, main idea or gist while speaking.
  • Emphasise key points to guide listeners in following important ideas.
  • Switch between standard and non standard dialects as the situations warrants (use colloquial language when appropriate).

About Course

This module is developed to enhance the speaking and listening proficiency of learners to meet the workplace needs.

 

Course Outline

  • Demonstrate accurate pronunciation of words in connected speech.
  • Use basic stress and intonation patterns in English words and sentences accurately.
  • Use reduced forms in high-frequency expressions.
  • Stress the accurate syllable in a poly-syllabic word.
  • Use frequency words, phrases, phrasal verbs and simple idioms used in a variety of everyday contexts.
  • Use simple words, phrases and idioms drawn from functional life skill topics.
  • Produce simple questions.
  • Use intermediate level grammar and structures.
  • Use comparative forms of adjectives and adverbs.
  • Express simple states and feelings.
  • Use abbreviated forms of speech.
  • Engage in simple conversations.
  • Convey brief messages.
  • Communicate brief non-face-to-face messages or announcements.
  • Convey simple single-step instructions, explanations and directions.
  • Emphasise key points to guide listeners in following important ideas.

About Course

This module is focus on the competency-based application of functional listening, speaking, reading and writing English and mathematical skills and offers a work-specific training alternative to the BEST and WISE programmes which were academically-based. At the end of the module participant will be able to handle very routine entry-level jobs that do not require oral or written communication in English and in which all tasks are easily demonstrated. Employment choices would be extremely limited. This module is incorporated under WPL beginner training.

 

Course Outline

  • Associate numbers with quantities.
  • Counts by 2s, 5s and 10s up to 100.
  • Interpret and use basic mathematical symbols.
  • Know how to use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
  • Read and write simple common fractions.
  • Use non-standard measurement methods.
  • Compute discount and unit pricing.

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