Cours d’anglais à Draveil

Bonjour à tous!

Comment allez vous?

Aujourd’hui je vous parle de ce nouveau cours d’anglais que je vous propose. C’est un cours que vous pouvez choisir si vous le ferez en ligne (sur Zoom) ou dans ma salle Efl à Draveil (efl signifie l’anglais comme langue étrangère).

Êtes-vous au niveau basique ou élémentaire d’anglais? Avez-vous déjà une petite connaissance de l’anglais? Avez-vous 14 ans ou plus? Si oui, ce cours est pour vous!

Nous allons apprendre et développer les bases de la grammaire anglaise, du vocabulaire, des situations quotidienne et des compétences linguistiques.

Le cours suit une approche communicative et l’enseignant (moi) peut utiliser une variété de méthodologies pour s’adapter à votre style et rythme d’apprentissage. Il n’y a pas de manuel à utiliser, mais vous aurez une page privée sur mon site pour suivre les cours et les exercices. Il est impératif que vous ayez un compte Google (une adresse Gmail).

Si vous chercher un cours pour les enfants. Cliquez ici.

Le programme du cours

À la fin du cours, vous serez en mesure de vous exprimer dans le présent, le passé et le futur, et vous pourrez utiliser une variété de nouveaux vocabulaires. Vous aurez également l’occasion d’apprendre l’anglais en écoutant de la musique et en lisant et en regardant des matériaux authentiques.

Veuillez cliquer ci-dessous pour télécharger le programme.

Le programme ci-joint est un résumé et il ne sert qu’à vous donner une idée de ce que vous apprendrez pendant le cours.

A1-A2 programme

Il y a 20 unités au total et chacune d’elles peut durer au moins 5 classes.

Ce sont des cours de 60 minutes ou des cours de 90 minutes. Cela dépend de vous et de vos besoins.

Prix

Les cours de 60 minutes coûtent 26 euros et les cours de 90 minutes 36 euros.

Jour et l’heure de cours

Nous pouvons décider ensemble de l’heure de vos cours. Je ferai de mon mieux pour m’adapter à vos disponibilités.

Les cours peuvent être en ligne ou dans ma salle Efl à Draveil (efl signifie l’anglais comme langue étrangère).

Vous pouvez choisir de 9h à 19h pour avoir vos cours (selon mes disponibilités).

Si vous préférez, vous pouvez avoir des cours en groupe. Ils sont relativement moins chers. Cependant, c’est à vous de créer votre groupe:

  • 2 personnes = 22 euros chaque heure
  • 3 personnes = 20 euros chaque heure
  • 4 à 6 personnes (maximum) = 18 euros par heure.

Si vous choisissez le cours privé individuel (en ligne ou dans ma salle Efl à Draveil), vous aurez:

– 4 heures de cours d’anglais par mois.

– des exercices en ligne à faire dans un modèle d’auto-apprentissage

– activités orales et écrites corrigées et évaluées

– des cours adaptés à votre style d’apprentissage

Vous paierez 100 euros par mois (dans un modèle 4 cours par mois) et à la fin des 20 unités du cours, vous aurez eu au moins 100 heures d’étude d’anglais.

Vous pouvez choisir de 9h à 19h pour avoir vos cours (selon mes disponibilités).

Certificat

Je vous délivrerai un certificat de réussite à la fin du cours. Ce certificat suit le Cadre européen commun de référence pour les langues (CECR).

CECR c’est une norme internationale pour décrire les capacités linguistiques. Il décrit les compétences linguistiques sur une échelle de six points, de A1 pour les débutants à C2 pour ceux qui maîtrisent une langue.

Ce certificat signé par moi attestera de vos heures de dévouement à l’étude de l’anglais en tant qu’étudiant privé au niveau A2 ou plus.

Contact

Si vous avez des questions, n’hésitez pas à me contacter.

Online classes rules and reminders

Hey guys! Howdy?

Hope you’re all well. Here are some rules to follow during our online meetings. If you have any question, let me know.

Self-learning

Household chores. Are you those kinds of rare people who love doing chores? I’m not! I think the only thing I’ll love to do is cooking but only on the weekends and not all the weekends. I mean very rarely. 🙂

Here they are the steps to your guided self-learning of the week

Self-study: watch the videos for pronunciation and read the text for some structure guidance.

… + Ving or To infinitive

  1. I love…
  2. I like…
  3. I hate…

Eg: I hate doing the chores./I hate to do the chores.

How often?

  • Never
  • Rarely
  • Seldom
  • Occasionally
  • Sometimes
  • Frequently
  • Usually
  • Always
  • Once/twice/three times a week/month/year
  • Every day/week/month

Eg: I never dust the furniture but I always make the bed.

Ving…

  1. Hanging the clothes out to dry is the worst chore.
  2. Making the bed every morning is the best way to start a routine.
  3. Washing up is tiresome.

Connect the dots – independent practice: do the activities suggested

Articulate: find a way to express your ideas related to that topic. It can be speaking about that to someone, writing a response to a post related anywhere on the internet, or creating any piece of art and exposing it to someone using the target language.

  • Which chores do you hate?
  • Which do you love?
  • Is doing the chores something important for you?
  • How often do you do the chores?

If you want to challenge yourself, film or record yourself answering some of the questions below.

Here is an exemple of what it could be like. Click

That is it!

Brasileiros pelo mundo com Giuliana Fletcher

Uma entrevista muito bacana com minha ex-aluna e hoje amiga, jornalista dedicada e super profissional.

Suelen de Andrade Viana filha de Parintins. Filha de Maria e José e irma de quatro pessoas incríveis que amo até o outro mundo.

Self-learning: eating in Europe

Hey guys, how are you doing today? Tell me! Tell me! Are you a foodie? I am. I don’t know how to cook but if there is something I have been learning how to do properly this thing is to eat. I love eating and I do appreciate world food. 🙂

Today’s video will surely help you learn English and culture in a very interesting way.

Rick Steves’ Europe guidebook co-author (and foodie) Cameron Hewitt explains how food is a window into the culture, history, and landscape of a place. I suggest that you watch the video for at least 30 minutes (the first 30 min or the last ones).

Before you watch it:

  • 1 – make a list of your favorite local dishes. The ones that make you happy and that you will eat no matter where you are.
  • 2 – write the names of 3 places you like to eat out. Why are they your favorite ones?
  • 3 – what kind of service do you expect to have when you eat out?

While you watch it:

  • 1 – the video is a bit long, but it’s worth watching. Take a piece of paper where you will be able to write key notes. Try to separate them in country/ food/ service key words.
  • 2 – write in capital letter the words you don’t know.

After watching it

  • 1 – how different are Europe and USA in relation to food and service?
  • 2 – are there any similarities between your first notes in the Before you watch it moment and the things Rick pointed out on the video?
  • 3 – What have you learned? Find somebody to talk abou it?

Sue

Hello Manaus

I am very happy to offer these two courses of English for my amazonian public in Brasil.

Os cursos

Sao dois cursos distintos mas com a mesma dinâmica: 1 hora de aula comigo + 1h de self-study orientado disponível aqui no site em uma pagina especial para o grupo.

Basic (A1-A2) a 45 reais a hora Zoom

Intermediate (B1) a 30 reais a hora Zoom

As aulas

Nossos encontros acontecem via Zoom (versão gratuita para vocês, é so baixar) e acontecem como se estivéssemos em uma sala de aula so que online.

Os alunos

Grupos possuem no máximo 6 alunos comprometidos com o estudo para que o grupo caminhe em ritmo semelhante e avance de nível. È importante ter em mente que esse grupo foi fechado para esse numero de aluno. Qualquer desistência depois de começado o grupo prejudicara quem ficou de fora e desejava entrar e também a minha organização financeira.

O pagamento

O pagamento é feito em deposito bancário (em conta brasileira) ao final de cada mês. Você paga 30 reais por cada encontro programado para o mês.

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Contato

Se quiserem constar na lista de interessados para próximos grupos ou saber mais sobre qualquer coisa ou ainda se tiverem sugestões, enviem um email para mim no avecsue@suelenviana.fr ou uma mensagem pelo instagram @avec.sue . Eu não uso o facebook.

P.s Perdoem-me a falta de alguns acentos. Meu teclado é francês e por vezes ele se nega a me oferecer a escrita portuguesa 🙂

How to pronounce the -ed ending

Cambridge English Exams

Download this free PDF (download it with your browser) and practice the pronunciation of the simple past tense regular verbs.

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Mini Picturebook e-Lessons: Guidelines

I m just in love with all the e-lessons provided by PEPELT21 . If you have kids learning at home or if you are teaching kids online you really should try some of their tips.

Where the wild things are – book

where the wild things are

For upper-intermediate to advance learners of English.

Have you ever tried learning or keeping up to a language by reading a children’s book and retelling the story? If not, you should.

Sue

Where the wild things are.

Where The Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak.

"The night Max wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one kind and another his mother called him 'WILD THING!' and Max said 'I'LL EAT YOU UP!'
WebQuest
  1. Who is Maurice Sendak and why was his book Where the wild things are banned in 1963? Go navigate a bit and find the answer.

The Film x The Book

  1. Watch the film review and then say what the differences between film and book are according to the reviewer.

The book

  1. Listen to a read-aloud session of the book Where the wild things are and prepare to retell the story. Take any necessary notes.
Vocabulary
  • gnashed : gnash means to rub your teeth together really hard (ranger Pt/grincer Fr)
  • mischief: mischief is naughty behaviour. (travessura Pt/bêtise Fr)
  • rumpus: rumpus is a wild party or disturbance.(tumulto Pt/bagarre Fr)

Once upon a time…

2. Record yourself retelling the story. You can use vocaroo.com or any other way of self recording that you know (a podcast, maybe). Find a person to listen and give you feedback.

Action-project

  1. Tell the story to a group of kids learning English. It can be from the school where you are learning English or you can join kids from family. Be creative!

English exercises

Questions to ask the kids . Click here

Conclusion

Would you recommend this book to a child? What about the film? Why?

Sue

avecsue@suelenviana.fr

The Gruffalo

A series of activities that can be used to teach and learn English with The Gruffalo.

Kids N(b)ook

  • Book: The Gruffalo
  • Author Julia Donaldson
  • Illustrator: Axel Scheffler
  • Publisher: Puffin Books
  • Learning target: animals and body descriptions in English.
  • Age: 5 (not afraid child) on +

The Gruffalo is a rhyming story for children written by the English author Julian Donaldson. You can meet the author here.

The book

The mouse said, “Gruffalo, now you see, everyone is afraid of me! But now my tummy is starting to rumble, and my favourite food is … Gruffalo crumble.

If you want to read the book before you buy it you can have a look at here .

Julia Donaldson and her husband Malcon Donaldson reading aloud of the book. They are so fantastic! 🙂

The film

TheGruffalois a 2009 British-German short computer animated TVfilmbased on the 1999 picture book written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. We have…

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Leave a light on – song

  • Level: B2 +
  • Grammar: present perfect continuous
  • Aim: to reflect about difficult situations we may have and how to reach for help.

“Leave a Light On” has a rather personal meaning to you, too. Can you tell us about the inspiration and story behind the song?

Yeah, I wrote it about a friend of mine who was going through a bit of a tough time and just wanted to write something that would be a message to him and any other person going through a dark time that there’s always going to be someone there who will be that light for you when you need it most.

  1. What you’ve read above is part of an interview with Tom walker, the singer of ‘Leave a light on‘. According to him, what does ‘leave a light on’ mean in the song?
  2. Read the lyrics of the song and find out what it is all about.
  3. Read the lyrics again and find examples of present perfect continuous and present perfect. How different are they in structure and in usage?
  1. The second someone mentioned you were all alone
  2. I could feel the trouble coursing through your veins
  3. Now I know, it’s got a hold
  4. Just a phone call left unanswered, had me sparking up
  5. These cigarettes won’t stop me wondering where you are
  6. Don’t let go, keep a hold
  7. If you look into the distance, there’s a house upon the hill
  8. Guiding like a lighthouse to a place where you’ll be
  9. Safe to feel our grace ’cause we’ve all made mistakes
  10. If you’ve lost your way I will leave the light on
  11. I will leave the light on
  12. I will leave the light on
  13. I will leave the light on.
  14. Tell me what’s been happening,
  15. what’s been on your mind
  16. Lately you’ve been searching for a darker place
  17. To hide, that’s alright
  18. But if you carry on abusing, you’ll be robbed from us
  19. I refuse to lose another friend to drugs
  20. Just come home, don’t let go
  21. If you look into the distance, there’s a house upon the hill
  22. Guiding like a lighthouse to a place where you’ll be
  23. Safe to feel our grace ’cause we’ve all made mistakes
  24. If you’ve lost your way
  25. I will leave the light on
  26. I will leave the light on
  27. I will leave the light on
  28. I will leave the light on
  29. I will leave the light on
  30. If you look into the distance, there’s a house upon the hill
  31. Guiding like a lighthouse, it’s a place where you’ll be
  32. Safe to feel our grace and if you’ve lost your way
  33. If you’ve lost your way (I will leave the light on)
  34. And I know you’re down and out now, but I need you to be brave
  35. Hiding from the truth ain’t gonna make this all okay
  36. I see your pain, if you don’t feel our grace
  37. And you’ve lost your way
  38. I will leave the light on
  39. I will leave the light on
  40. ‘Cause I will leave the light on

4. Watch the clip and enjoy it. Sing along and try to memorise the lyrics.

5. Click this link here to play a bit with the song. Choose your level and go.

6. Have you ever been the light for someone? Have you ever needed somebody to be your light on? Do you know of any similar story?

Sue

It all used to be true.

  • Level: A2 +
  • Grammar: used to
  1. Watch this video and list the things that used to be true and then changed?
  2. Why is it stated in the video that truth is a funny thing?

3. Can you use your list from above to build 5 sentences with used to?

4. What other things used to be true and are not anymore?

Sue