ANGLAIS - SUR MESURE - TOUS NIVEAUX - CERTIFICATION LTE (LANGUAGECERT TEST OF ENGLISH) - VISIOCONFÉRENCE 15H + E-LEARNING "GYMGLISH" 6 MOIS

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ANGLAIS - SUR MESURE - TOUS NIVEAUX - CERTIFICATION LTE (LANGUAGECERT TEST OF ENGLISH) - VISIOCONFÉRENCE 15H + E-LEARNING "GYMGLISH" 6 MOIS

Fiche CPF   INSCRIVEZ-VOUS
Référence 1996_FWF
Langue Anglais
Méthodes Visioconférence e-Learning
NB heures (Visio) 15 H
Durée (e-Learning) 6 mois
Prix TTC 1476.00 €
Certification LanguageCert Test of English (LTE)

À la fin de votre parcours de formation, vous passez la certification LanguageCert Test of English (en autonomie / à distance) et vous pouvez situer votre niveau sur Cadre Européen Commun de Référence pour les Langues (CECRL).
Objectifs WEFIT = On s\'adapte !
Dans le cadre de nos formations en visioconférence et e-Learning, nous proposons des cours individuels et personnalisés.
Au lancement de votre formation, nous analysons votre niveau, votre profil d\'apprentissage, vos besoins ainsi que vos disponibilités.
Que vous ayez besoin d\'une remise à niveau ou d\'un perfectionnement, cette formule répondra à vos attentes : notre algorithme oriente les cours sur une pratique de la langue de tous les jours, ou dans un contexte professionnel.
Bénéficiez également d’une leçon quotidienne e-Learning de notre partenaire GYMGLISH
Prenez du plaisir à vous former et progressez sans peine !'
Points forts
  • Discerner les axes de progression possibles
  • Progresser significativement dans la langue et les compétences travaillées (compréhension/expression orale & écrite)
  • Optimiser votre score lors de la certification
Parcours de formation
(Exemples)
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
At the coffee shop
In this lesson you will learn how to order coffee and snacks in a coffee shop. For the listening activity, you can play a dialogue or animated video of a coffee shop scene.
60 min
Family
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about your families using vocabulary for family members and possessives. Basic questions for requesting information about people are also reviewed in the lesson.
60 min
I can drive
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about ability using the modal verb can/can’t.
60 min
What’s the weather like?
This worksheet presents basic vocabulary for describing the weather. Talk about the weather in your country using adverbs of frequency.
60 min
At a restaurant
In this lesson you will learn how to order a meal at a restaurant.
60 min
At a supermarket
In this lesson you will learn useful words and expressions that you can use when shopping in a supermarket.
60 min
At the cinema
This worksheet presents basic cinema vocabulary and gets students talking about films using simple, understandable sentences.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Describing people
In this lesson you will learn basic adjectives and structures for describing people’s appearance and personality.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Business people
This lesson contains the past simple forms of regular verbs. The worksheet includes a text about Steve Jobs and a gap-fill exercise and speaking activity on Anita Roddick, who was Britain's most famous businesswoman.
60 min
First meeting
You will learn and practise some basic expressions for meeting and greeting each other and review the first, second and third person forms of the verb be.
60 min
Making small talk
In this lesson you will learn how to socialise in English. The worksheets presents a variety of conversation starters and responses.
60 min
Questions
You will practise asking questions with the words who, why, where, when, whose, etc. The worksheet assumes a basic knowledge of the present simple, present continuous and past simple.
60 min
Talking about job qualifications and functions
In business, you will inevitably have an interview. You need to be able to talk about your job qualifications well. This will actually help the interviewer decide if you will be hired or not.
60 min
Talking about preferences in an interview
In interviews, people are sometimes asked about their preferences. You need to be able to explain your preferences clearly without sounding like you’re demanding. You will learn that in this lesson
60 min
Talking about oneself
When asked to talk about yourself in a job interview, you have to know how to answer the question with the right grammatical structures and expressions
60 min
On your desk
This lesson teaches vocabulary for common objects found on a desk.
60 min
Problems at work
The theme of this elementary+ lesson plan is work-related problems. Activities cover office, company and personal work problems. The worksheet ends with a dialogue-based exercise in which you listen to two colleagues trying to fix a printer problem.
60 min
Rules of the workplace
In this lesson you will learn the use of can/can't for talking about permission and prohibition. The lesson features a listening exercise in which a manager is explaining workplace rules to a new employee.
60 min
The workplace
In this lesson you will learn how to describe different places of work as well as common collocations for typical work tasks. The lesson assumes prior of knowledge of the present simple and expressions of frequency.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
At the coffee shop
In this lesson you will learn how to order coffee and snacks in a coffee shop. For the listening activity, you can play a dialogue or animated video of a coffee shop scene.
60 min
Family
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about your families using vocabulary for family members and possessives. Basic questions for requesting information about people are also reviewed in the lesson.
60 min
I can drive
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about ability using the modal verb can/can’t.
60 min
What’s the weather like?
This worksheet presents basic vocabulary for describing the weather. Talk about the weather in your country using adverbs of frequency.
60 min
Free time
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for typical leisure time activities. The worksheet also presents adverbs of frequency (never, rarely, sometimes, often, etc.) as well as once/twice/three times a week/month/year. There are lots of How often ...? questions.
60 min
Jobs and routines
In this lesson, the names of various jobs are introduced, and you will learn how to speak about your daily routines using the present simple. The present simple affirmative and question forms are presented.
60 min
Telling the time
In this lesson you will learn how to tell the time and practise basic numbers.
60 min
Times of the Day
In this lesson, students learn basic time words including morning, afternoon, evening, night, midday, midnight, etc. The worksheet includes an activity on prepositions commonly used with times/parts of the day.
60 min
At a restaurant
In this lesson you will learn how to order a meal at a restaurant.
60 min
At a supermarket
In this lesson you will learn useful words and expressions that you can use when shopping in a supermarket.
60 min
At the cinema
This worksheet presents basic cinema vocabulary and gets students talking about films using simple, understandable sentences.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Good advice
In this lesson you will read some simple money-saving tips and learn the positive and negative imperative forms.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
On your desk
This lesson teaches vocabulary for common objects found on a desk.
60 min
Problems at work
The theme of this elementary+ lesson plan is work-related problems. Activities cover office, company and personal work problems. The worksheet ends with a dialogue-based exercise in which you listen to two colleagues trying to fix a printer problem.
60 min
Rules of the workplace
In this lesson you will learn the use of can/can't for talking about permission and prohibition. The lesson features a listening exercise in which a manager is explaining workplace rules to a new employee.
60 min
The workplace
In this lesson you will learn how to describe different places of work as well as common collocations for typical work tasks. The lesson assumes prior of knowledge of the present simple and expressions of frequency.
60 min
At the coffee shop
In this lesson you will learn how to order coffee and snacks in a coffee shop. For the listening activity, you can play a dialogue or animated video of a coffee shop scene.
60 min
Family
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about your families using vocabulary for family members and possessives. Basic questions for requesting information about people are also reviewed in the lesson.
60 min
I can drive
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about ability using the modal verb can/can’t.
60 min
What’s the weather like?
This worksheet presents basic vocabulary for describing the weather. Talk about the weather in your country using adverbs of frequency.
60 min
At a restaurant
In this lesson you will learn how to order a meal at a restaurant.
60 min
At a supermarket
In this lesson you will learn useful words and expressions that you can use when shopping in a supermarket.
60 min
At the cinema
This worksheet presents basic cinema vocabulary and gets students talking about films using simple, understandable sentences.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Telling the time
In this lesson you will learn how to tell the time and practise basic numbers.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Describing appearance
In this lesson you will learn how to describe other people’s physical appearance. The worksheet presents common adjectives used for describing what someone looks like as well as questions for asking about another person’s looks.
60 min
How do you feel?
In this you will learn and practice words for feelings. The worksheet includes visual, text-based and speaking activities. There is also an explanation on the different verbs that can be used when people talk about how they feel.
60 min
New people
In this lesson you will learn useful expressions for meeting and getting to know new people. The lesson also covers the use of the present simple and present continuous. There is animated video version of the dialogue included in the lesson plan.
60 min
At home
In this lesson you will learn how to describe household chores and different rooms in their homes.
60 min
Bright ideas
In this lesson you will read about UK businessman Richard Branson's ideas. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on defining relative clauses with 'who', 'which', 'that', 'whose' and 'where'.
60 min
Everyday expressions
In this short lesson you will learn 9 typical English social expressions.
60 min
Mobile phones - Cell phones
In this lesson you will learn useful words and phrases for talking about their mobile devices.
60 min
Money vocabulary
In this lesson you will learn and practise a variety of vocabulary related to money and value.
60 min
Career advice
In this lesson you will read an article about the phrases that they should avoid using in their careers. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on should/shouldn't + infinitive for giving advice and expressing expectation.
60 min
Living at work
In this lesson you will read about the lifestyle of certain Google employees who have reportedly been living on the company's premises. The worksheet includes several vocabulary exercises.
60 min
Password advice
In this lesson you will read an article about how to choose a password according to advice from the UK's spying agency GCHQ. The grammar section of the worksheet looks at verb patterns with the infinitive and gerund.
60 min
Time management
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary connected with time management. Look at tips on how to prioritise tasks.
60 min
Work and pay
This lesson plan covers vocabulary for talking about work pay. There are exercises on salary collocations, work benefits and how to read a payslip.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Describing colleagues
In this lesson you will learn how to describe colleagues and people at work using a variety of adjectives and expressions.
60 min
Working hours
In this lesson you will read an article about pros and cons of Sweden's six-hour work day. The 5-page worksheet includes a grammar activity on reported speech.
60 min
Your company
In this lesson you will listen to an employee being interviewed about her company. They then practise using the questions and key vocabulary from the dialogue to talk about their own companies.
60 min
Assertive communication in negotiations
You need to be able to express positive and negative ideas and feelings in an open, honest, and direct manner. You need to be able to take responsibility for your words and actions without judging and blaming others. You should also be able to constructively confront and find a mutually satisfying solution in times of conflict.
60 min
Negotiating
A negotiation is like a battle. You need to come prepared and fully armed with the right expressions, vocabulary, and grammatical structure. This lesson will give you some of what you need before you sit at the negotiating table.
60 min
Making predictions in negotiations
One trap commonly experienced by negotiators is the "prediction trap", where conditions regarding uncertain matters are either over- or underestimated. In this lesson, you will learn to recognise these negotiation traps, both in language and in concept, and how to avoid them.
60 min
Expressing probability
To express the likelihood or chance that a given event or situation will occur is a language function used when explaining and discussing figures, trends, progress, future plans, as well as in decision-making.
60 min
Office equipment and supplies
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for office stationery, supplies and equipment. The worksheet includes a speaking activity and several image-based exercises.
60 min
Statistics
In this lesson you will learn how to describe graphs using simple verb and adverb combinations in the past simple. The worksheet also includes an exercise on describing pie charts using quantifiers (most ..., a quarter of ..., 10 percent of ..., etc.)
60 min
Taking a break
In this lesson you will read an article about how skipping lunch can affect productivity and wellbeing in the workplace. The worksheet includes an activity on the use of can/can't for talking about ability and possibility.
60 min
Career advice
In this lesson you will read an article about the phrases that they should avoid using in their careers. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on should/shouldn't + infinitive for giving advice and expressing expectation.
60 min
Living at work
In this lesson you will read about the lifestyle of certain Google employees who have reportedly been living on the company's premises. The worksheet includes several vocabulary exercises.
60 min
Password advice
In this lesson you will read an article about how to choose a password according to advice from the UK's spying agency GCHQ. The grammar section of the worksheet looks at verb patterns with the infinitive and gerund.
60 min
Time management
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary connected with time management. Look at tips on how to prioritise tasks.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
In the family
In this lesson you will learn how to describe family members and relationships.
60 min
In the future
In this lesson you will read about the future predictions that science fiction writer Isaac Asimov made in 1964 about the world of 2014. The structure 'will + infinitive' for making predictions is studied and practised.
60 min
Life stages
In this lesson you will learn how to describe the different stages of a person's life from childhood to old age.
60 min
Career advice
In this lesson you will read an article about the phrases that they should avoid using in their careers. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on should/shouldn't + infinitive for giving advice and expressing expectation.
60 min
Living at work
In this lesson you will read about the lifestyle of certain Google employees who have reportedly been living on the company's premises. The worksheet includes several vocabulary exercises.
60 min
Password advice
In this lesson you will read an article about how to choose a password according to advice from the UK's spying agency GCHQ. The grammar section of the worksheet looks at verb patterns with the infinitive and gerund.
60 min
Time management
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary connected with time management. Look at tips on how to prioritise tasks.
60 min
Work and pay
This lesson plan covers vocabulary for talking about work pay. There are exercises on salary collocations, work benefits and how to read a payslip.
60 min
At home
In this lesson you will learn how to describe household chores and different rooms in their homes.
60 min
Bright ideas
In this lesson you will read about UK businessman Richard Branson's ideas. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on defining relative clauses with 'who', 'which', 'that', 'whose' and 'where'.
60 min
Everyday expressions
In this short lesson you will learn 9 typical English social expressions.
60 min
Mobile phones - Cell phones
In this lesson you will learn useful words and phrases for talking about their mobile devices.
60 min
Money vocabulary
In this lesson you will learn and practise a variety of vocabulary related to money and value.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Office equipment and supplies
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for office stationery, supplies and equipment. The worksheet includes a speaking activity and several image-based exercises.
60 min
Statistics
In this lesson you will learn how to describe graphs using simple verb and adverb combinations in the past simple. The worksheet also includes an exercise on describing pie charts using quantifiers (most ..., a quarter of ..., 10 percent of ..., etc.)
60 min
Taking a break
In this lesson you will read an article about how skipping lunch can affect productivity and wellbeing in the workplace. The worksheet includes an activity on the use of can/can't for talking about ability and possibility.
60 min
In the family
In this lesson you will learn how to describe family members and relationships.
60 min
In the future
In this lesson you will read about the future predictions that science fiction writer Isaac Asimov made in 1964 about the world of 2014. The structure 'will + infinitive' for making predictions is studied and practised.
60 min
Life stages
In this lesson you will learn how to describe the different stages of a person's life from childhood to old age.
60 min
At home
In this lesson you will learn how to describe household chores and different rooms in their homes.
60 min
Bright ideas
In this lesson you will read about UK businessman Richard Branson's ideas. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on defining relative clauses with 'who', 'which', 'that', 'whose' and 'where'.
60 min
Everyday expressions
In this short lesson you will learn 9 typical English social expressions.
60 min
Mobile phones - Cell phones
In this lesson you will learn useful words and phrases for talking about their mobile devices.
60 min
Money vocabulary
In this lesson you will learn and practise a variety of vocabulary related to money and value.
60 min
Asking questions (business version)
This business English version of our lesson Asking questions is designed to build confidence when using question structures.
60 min
Just/Already/Yet
In this lesson you will learn the meaning of just, already and yet, and how to use them with the present perfect. There are text-based and visual exercises. 
60 min
Prepositions of movement
In this lesson you will study prepositions of movement and practise how to use them. The worksheet contains both visual and written activities.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Contracts
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to contracts.
60 min
Different perceptions
Read about a survey on men and women business owners and learn some new adjectives for describing character traits. The lesson includes a grammar exercise on the structure verb + object + infinitive/-ing.
60 min
Email style
This lesson teaches useful vocabulary to write emails in English. The worksheet presents the differences between formal, informal and neutral email styles, and there are a number of writing exercises that you can practise using different levels of formality.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Delivering a presentation
Many people are nervous about speaking in front of an audience, usually because they are afraid of making mistakes. It is when you are nervous that you actually make a lot of those feared mistakes, so building confidence through preparation and practice for presentations are important.
60 min
Comparing products and services
In comparing products, services, and ideas you are able to make connections between them. You will engage in critical thinking and go deeper than merely describing or analysing to generate more interesting analysis.
60 min
Describing trends
Knowing and using the language of trends is especially needed to accurately communicate the ups and downs of business when making a presentation using graphs and statistics.
60 min
Reflexive pronouns
In this lesson you will learn how to use reflexive pronouns in everyday English.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Complaining and apologising
The theme of this lesson is handling complaints in business. Study a text on the importance of welcoming customer complaints and dealing with problems promptly. Learn useful expressions for making complaints, apologising and taking action.
60 min
Conflict of interest
This lesson is based on an article on a dispute between the McDonald's fast food chain and the Italian city of Florence. The lesson focuses on vocabulary development, reading comprehension and speaking.
60 min
Discussions
This lesson teaches useful expressions for those who need English for business meetings and discussions. Learn how to structure an argument with linking words and phrases as well as respond to opinions using a variety of techniques for agreeing and disagreeing.
60 min
Common expressions with -ing
In this lesson you will study a number of common expressions that are following by the gerund (-ing), including have a good/hard time + -ing, have fun + -ing, have a problem + -ing, have difficulty + -ing, etc.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
At the clothes shop
This lesson teaches common words and expressions for describing clothes (in British and American English), clothing material and shopping for clothes.
60 min
At the hospital
This lesson presents words and expressions for describing different ailments and injuries as well as hospital wards and staff. The worksheet ends with a dialogue-aided exercise in which you can listen to a hospital patient discussing her problem with a doctor. 
60 min
At the restaurant
This lesson teaches common words and expressions for describing food and drink, restaurant service and parts of meals. Through listening learn how to order a meal in a restaurant as well as discuss menu options with a guest and decide who to pay.
60 min
Visiting the dentist
In this lesson you will learn a variety of words and expressions for describing dental equipment and communicating with a dentist in English.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Character and feelings
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to people’s character and feelings.
60 min
Getting to know someone
In this lesson you will listen to two dialogues and study the questions that the speakers use to ask about each other’s background, work, hobbies, travel experience, etc. The worksheet also introduces terms for describing people you know, e.g. an acquaintance, a mutual friend, a flatmate, a colleague, etc.
60 min
Relationships and dating
In this lesson you will learn words and phrases connected with relationships and dating. Text and visual-based activities cover romantic events, describing relationships and dating expressions.
60 min
Adjectives and prepositions
In this lesson you will practise using a number of common adjectives with prepositions.
60 min
Art words
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary connected with art. Exercises focus on types of art, art materials and equipment, and words to describe art. There is also an activity on Van Gogh's Sunflowers.
60 min
Cooking and eating
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to cooking and eating.
60 min
Home improvements
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to DIY and home improvements. The worksheet also includes a short grammar exercise on the structure 'have something done'.
60 min
Musical Connections
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to music, including types of music and musical instruments.
60 min
The Olympic Games
In this lesson on the Olympics, learn and practise vocabulary for describing the history, spirit and events of the Olympic Games.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Banking
This lesson teaches useful words and phrases for describing banking products and services including types of bank accounts, loans, payment methods and foreign exchange. Learn how to exchange money from one currency to another, pay in and withdraw cash, enquire about their bank balance and check your overdraft limit.
60 min
Food and drink
Learn and practise vocabulary related to food and drink.
60 min
Learning languages
In this lesson learn vocabulary related to learning languages. The target language includes words and expressions for describing features of languages and useful questions for asking about words.
60 min
Vacation or holiday?
Confused by American and British English vocabulary? Here are some common differences.
60 min
Negotiations
Common terms for describing different points of discussion and negotiating positions are studied.
60 min
Presentations
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for describing visual aids and practise giving a presentation using a variety of useful expressions.
60 min
Statistics and trends
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about visual representations of statistics and describe trends using combinations of nouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives.
60 min
Working together
Read about how a successful British co-operative is managed. The worksheet includes vocabulary work and a grammar review exercise on the present perfect.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Planning ahead
The theme of this lesson is probability and chance. Read an article on an unusual, statistical approach to planning their week. Collocations for describing several routines and activities are studied. In the grammar exercises, learn how to express probability and chance using modal verbs and other useful structures.
60 min
Predictions
The theme of this lesson is prediction. Read an amusing article on eight embarrassing predictions made by well-respected experts at different periods of modern history. In the grammar exercises, structures for reporting a prediction made in the past are learnt and the use and omission of the definite article for talking in general is studied.
60 min
Probability and chance
In this lesson learn useful expressions for expressing the probability that something will happen in the future, including 'be likely/unlikely/bound/certain to + infinitive' and phrases with 'chance'.
60 min
Suggesting ideas
This lesson teaches vocabulary for describing and discussing ideas. Listen to a dialogue between two friends planning a weekend break and practise asking for, making and responding to suggestions.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Cultural diversity
Read an article on the cultural and linguistic diversity of Manchester.
60 min
Cultural know-how
The topic of this lesson is the importance of understanding the cultural etiquette of different countries. The lesson introduces idioms concerned with etiquette and behaviour such as go Dutch, follow suit, return the compliment. Present modal verbs for advice, possibility and necessity are revised and past forms are introduced and practised.
60 min
Networking
Read an article on the benefits of making useful connections in business and how to be a good networker. In the grammar section of the worksheet, a variety of structures with ‘get’ are studied and practised.
60 min
Problem solving
In this lesson you will learn useful language for handling and solving problems at work. Vocabulary for describing different types of problems and solutions is studied. Listen to several dialogues and study the expressions used by the speakers to declare and diagnose a problem as well as make suggestions and take action.
60 min
Sharing viewpoints
This lesson teaches language for sharing opinions during business meetings and discussions. Listen to a teleconference involving the board members of an IT distribution company discussing a proposal to expand their business.
60 min
Business idioms 3
Learn 13 more English idioms used in business.
60 min
Meeting reports
This lesson teaches the vocabulary and grammar necessary for taking meeting minutes in English. Listen to a dialogue of a meeting and read an extract from the minutes.
60 min
Querying figures
Learn how to query figures in English. Vocabulary for describing different numerical mistakes is studied. Listen to a phone call in which the speakers report and explain errors. The key expressions used for reporting an error, quoting a discrepancy, explaining an error and promising action are studied and practised.
60 min
Writing emails
This lesson teaches useful words and expressions for writing emails in English. The lesson warms up with a vocabulary exercise in which you study some common terms for describing emails and email features, e.g. attachment, read receipt, disclaimer, etc. The worksheet then presents a variety of words and expressions that can be written in formal or informal style.
60 min
Business idioms
Learn 13 common idioms used in Business English.
60 min
Chairing meetings
This lesson teaches useful expressions for those who need to chair meetings in English. After studying vocabulary for describing the skills and roles of a chairperson, listen to a dialogue in which the managers of a language training centre discuss their company’s advertising strategy. Key expressions used by the chairperson of the meeting are studied.
60 min
Small talk
This lesson teaches expressions and techniques for making conversation. Study vocabulary for describing different types of social interaction as well as typical conversation openers and responses.
60 min
Speaking
In this lesson you will learn a variety of verbs and idioms for describing the way somebody speaks.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Colours
This lesson teaches you how to describe subtle colours and how to use verbs related to colours such as 'dye', 'tint', 'fade', 'char', 'dim', etc. The lesson also presents some common idioms with colours.
60 min
Dimensions
In this lesson you will practise using words to describe the dimensions of objects.  Activities cover adjectives, verbs and nouns, synonyms, and phrases with dimensional words.
60 min
Quantity and size
In this lesson you will learn and practise words related to quantity and size, for example adjectives such as 'tiny', 'minuscule', 'vast', 'enormous' and 'infinite'. The lesson also includes expressions of quantity such as 'a speck of', 'loads of', 'piles of', etc.
60 min
Shapes
In this lesson you will learn and practise using the names for common and unusual shapes. There are several visual-based activities, exercises on adjectives for describing shapes, and common shape phrases. 
60 min
At the dentist
In this dialogue-aided lesson learn a variety of terms for describing dental equipment and dental procedures as well as useful expressions for communicating with a dentist in English.
60 min
At the gym
This video-aided lesson covers a variety of useful terms and expressions for describing gym equipment and work-out exercises.
60 min
At the hairdresser
Learn words and phrases to use when they are getting a haircut. Exercises cover hairstyles, hairdresser’s equipment and extras for your hair. The lesson finishes with the dialogue between a hairdresser and her customer.
60 min
At the vet
Learn useful vocabulary for pet health problems, veterinary equipment and duties. The lesson includes an interview with a vet talking about the pros and cons of the job.
60 min
Elections and voting
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for describing the electoral system, including the people involved in political campaigns as well as collocations with the word 'election'.
60 min
Exaggeration and understatement
In this lesson you will learn how and when to use exaggeration and understatement in spoken English.
60 min
Extreme words
Practise describing things using extreme adjectives and nouns.
60 min
Wedding words
Develop your vocabulary about Western weddings in this lesson. There are activities on wedding planning, people involved in weddings, and wedding clothes.
60 min
Words often confused
In this lesson you will look at different types of words that commonly get confused. There are visual and text based activities, plus explanations of key words. 
60 min
Mixed conditionals
This lesson presents mixed conditional structures for talking about hypothetical or imaginary situations in the past and present.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Burnout
The topic of this lesson is occupational burnout. Read an article about a French proposal allowing employees the right not to send emails out of hours.
60 min
Funny business
How can comedy be useful in a business environment? That's the topic of this lesson plan. Read an article on the benefits of improvisational comedy in business and discuss whether learning improv would be useful in their professions.
60 min
Stress relief
Read an article about an unusual method of relieving stress involving volunteers from Madrid. In the grammar section of the lesson, reduced relative clauses are studied and practised.
60 min
Born to snooze
The theme of this lesson is people’s sleep-wake cycles. Complete a questionnaire to discover if you are genetically predisposed to waking up early or late and then read an article to find out how you fit in society and what type of profession would suit you best. The lesson teaches a variety of idioms related to waking and sleeping. You will also learn how to indicate your opinion using a variety of adverbs and adverbial phrases.
60 min
Patience and waiting
In this vocabulary lesson learn words and phrases connected with patience and waiting. 
60 min
Personality
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to personality.
60 min
Procrastination
Do you procrastinate? This lesson is based on a newspaper article that discusses procrastination and presents a few creative solutions for avoiding idle behaviour.
60 min
Smart but lazy
Read an article on the connection between laziness and high intelligence. The lesson focuses on vocabulary, reading comprehension and speaking.
60 min
Competition
This lesson teaches useful vocabulary for talking about competition in business. Listen to a talk about the rivalry between Burger King and McDonald’s, learn collocations with the word ‘competition’ and study competition idioms.
60 min
Ethical chocolate
The theme of this lesson is business ethics. Read an article about a UK chocolate company called Montezuma’s, whose founders decided to put ethics at the heart of their business. The lesson introduces a number of common phrasal verbs, which are studied and practised.
60 min
From bust to boom
The theme of this lesson is what makes a country attractive to potential investors. Read about the investment potential of Germany and learn a variety of important terms for describing a nation’s economy.
60 min
Mumpreneurs
This lesson is based on an article about 'mumpreneurs' -- women who combine being a mother with running a business. The lesson comprises of reading, speaking and vocabulary activities, including an exercise on phrasal verbs.
60 min
Starting and running a small business
Study and use general vocabulary connected to running small businesses in this lesson plan. There are activities on the reasons to start a small business, the steps you need to take before you open a small business, and what needs to be done to keep it running.
60 min
Used to vs. would
This lesson presents the differences between used to and would for talking about repeated actions in the past.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Cultural diversity
Read an article on the cultural and linguistic diversity of Manchester.
60 min
Cultural know-how
The topic of this lesson is the importance of understanding the cultural etiquette of different countries. The lesson introduces idioms concerned with etiquette and behaviour such as go Dutch, follow suit, return the compliment. Present modal verbs for advice, possibility and necessity are revised and past forms are introduced and practised.
60 min
Networking
Read an article on the benefits of making useful connections in business and how to be a good networker. In the grammar section of the worksheet, a variety of structures with ‘get’ are studied and practised.
60 min
Problem solving
In this lesson you will learn useful language for handling and solving problems at work. Vocabulary for describing different types of problems and solutions is studied. Listen to several dialogues and study the expressions used by the speakers to declare and diagnose a problem as well as make suggestions and take action.
60 min
Sharing viewpoints
This lesson teaches language for sharing opinions during business meetings and discussions. Listen to a teleconference involving the board members of an IT distribution company discussing a proposal to expand their business.
60 min
Business idioms 3
Learn 13 more English idioms used in business.
60 min
Meeting reports
This lesson teaches the vocabulary and grammar necessary for taking meeting minutes in English. Listen to a dialogue of a meeting and read an extract from the minutes.
60 min
Querying figures
Learn how to query figures in English. Vocabulary for describing different numerical mistakes is studied. Listen to a phone call in which the speakers report and explain errors. The key expressions used for reporting an error, quoting a discrepancy, explaining an error and promising action are studied and practised.
60 min
Writing emails
This lesson teaches useful words and expressions for writing emails in English. The lesson warms up with a vocabulary exercise in which you study some common terms for describing emails and email features, e.g. attachment, read receipt, disclaimer, etc. The worksheet then presents a variety of words and expressions that can be written in formal or informal style.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Colours
This lesson teaches you how to describe subtle colours and how to use verbs related to colours such as 'dye', 'tint', 'fade', 'char', 'dim', etc. The lesson also presents some common idioms with colours.
60 min
Dimensions
In this lesson you will practise using words to describe the dimensions of objects.  Activities cover adjectives, verbs and nouns, synonyms, and phrases with dimensional words.
60 min
Quantity and size
In this lesson you will learn and practise words related to quantity and size, for example adjectives such as 'tiny', 'minuscule', 'vast', 'enormous' and 'infinite'. The lesson also includes expressions of quantity such as 'a speck of', 'loads of', 'piles of', etc.
60 min
Shapes
In this lesson you will learn and practise using the names for common and unusual shapes. There are several visual-based activities, exercises on adjectives for describing shapes, and common shape phrases. 
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Contenus Contenu de l\'action de formation :
  • Placement Test (Test de niveau)
  • Learning Style Test (Test de profil d\'apprentissage)
  • Needs Assessment (Évaluation des besoins)
  • Open lessons (Cours libre avec le formateur)
  • Structural lessons (Cours structuré avec thématique prédéfinie)
  • Grammar Points (Règles de grammaire)
  • Post Training Assessment (Évaluation de fin de formation)
  • Passage d\'un test blanc avec analyse des résultats par un formateur et explication des points faibles


Également inclus : 6 mois d\'accès illimité au E-LEARNING \"GYMGLISH\", comprenant entre autres :
  • 10 leçons pour tester votre niveau
  • Des contenus multimédia variés et exercices adaptés à votre niveau
Modalités / Pré-requis Niveau minimum requis A2 (Niveau élémentaire)
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