EJEF at Lane End
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Intensive English Language Courses at EJEF

EJEF courses are tailor-made to respond to the level and requirements of the individual. Class sizes are thus very small, usually numbering two or three and never more than four for core lessons. The class size varies for afternoon option lessons and lectures. The four language skills, listening, speaking, reading and writing, are covered, with varying degrees of emphasis according to need. A systematic approach to grammar is combined with functional (practical situation-oriented) work. A wide variety of audio-visual texts as well as authentic material prepared by EJEF is used.

Hours of study:    

From 09:00 to 16:00 Mondays to Thursdays.
From 09:00 to 14:15 on Fridays.
Duration of courses:    One week to ten and a half months.
(a minimum of two weeks is recommended).
Number of taught hours:    21 hours 30 minutes per week.
(these hours can be varied according to need).
Minimum age:    18.
Course starting date:    Any Monday (subject to availability). EJEF is closed for two weeks over Christmas and New Year.

Director of Courses: Katherine Robinson BA, RSA/Camb dip TEFLA

Katherine Robinson grew up in Britain and graduated from the University of Wales (BA hons, English and Spanish). From 1988 to 1990, she worked in Japan as an English Language tutor and course supervisor to business/professional people. She also worked for Monbusho (the Japanese Ministry of Education) as a teacher at various senior high schools in Tokyo. Katherine returned to the U.K. in December 1990 and joined EJEF in 1991.

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