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UK's English experts launch first-of-its-kind 'Blended Learning' course

UK's English experts launch first-of-its-kind 'Blended Learning' course

India Blooms News Service | 30 Apr 2015, 02:01 am
Pune, Apr 29 (IBNS): The British Council, the UK's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities, on Wednesday launched myEnglish, its unique ‘Blended Learning course' in Pune.
myEnglish combines the latest education technology and student-centred classroom instruction to improve students’ language skills. This comprehensive course will be available at six levels, in tailor-made eight week training modules.
 
Delivered in a unique blended learning format, myEnglish maximises learning while providing students with convenience and flexibility.
 
Firstly, students attend face-to-face sessions for group discussions, speaking practice and giving presentations.  Secondly, students access world-class British Council materials online with teacher guidance, for inputs such as vocabulary, listening practice and grammar.
 
Additionally, the teacher and students meet regularly in an online ‘virtual classroom’, so students log in and join the class from the comfort of their own homes.
 
Sharon Memis, Area Director, West India, British Council said, ‘Blended learning is an innovative way to change the, ‘delivery mechanism’ of education. We have brought the best in English language teaching and combined it with technology to make it accessible to more students. So we are excited about this, and plan to offer it to English learners across India. Pune is only the start!’    
 
The course focuses on elements like language skills, communication in the real life contexts, grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and self-study skills. Feedback and encouragement from the teacher and students are pillars of the myEnglish course.
 
 ‘The course helped me to improve my grammar, communication skills, reading, writing and vocabulary. After eight weeks, now I feel I am much more confident while communicating.’ said Pranamya Bandhopadhyaya, a student on the course.
 
It is a great opportunity for students as well as working professionals to enhance their communication skills for overall progress and development. According to Sharon Memis, ‘The British Council has always worked towards enabling people to become more confident and perform better professionally through the English language. Creating confidence in English is the goal for almost all our students. It means being able to express yourself accurately and fluently, and with the right tone.’  
 
 Learners will get exclusive access to world class British Council materials, guidance from experienced British Council teachers, flexible study time, personalised learning and more. Additionally, before joining the course, candidates are guided by British Council experts to gauge their English language levels in order to choose the right course.
 

UK's English experts launch first-of-its-kind 'Blended Learning' course

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