For inquiries email the Language Learning Center or call local - With a new addition to its manpower, LLC is set to honor its commitments for the current school year The two, whose scores did not increase, nevertheless retained their level.
Given the two-week hour review program conducted by LLC, these results are groundbreaking given the existing correlational studies between the number of review hours and the corresponding score outcomes based on the length of review. A related study published by Oxford University Press stated, among other things, that a minimum of hour review input would likely yield a point increase in TOEIC score. Given the time limitation in terms of the number of review hours, it was pointed out in the pre-TOEIC meeting of LLC with LLD language specialists that such constraint could be overcome by capitalizing on the Japanese innate traits of discipline, perseverance and independent learning.
The review provided heaps of practice tests and test taking techniques. Retrospective and prospective assignments were given after the man-to-man sessions to clinch the projected increase. The efforts paid off. LLC and LLD preparation included attendance at a seminar on Japanese culture, sitting a time-bound mock TOEIC on the part of the review teachers, and studying the content and structure of the test from the instructional materials, audio CDs and general course syllabus provided by LLC.
LLC produced a complete documentation of the TOEIC program for protocol refinement and for extracting insights and areas for improvement that will benefit similar efforts in the future. A beautiful footnote to this endeavor was its collaborative nature. Both came to LLC with a common goal - to get a respectable TOEIC score, or one that will entitle them to better employment and work internship, respectively. Chi used to work as a shop assistant while Takaho did cashiering job at a coffee shop.
The fear and trembling that attended the receipt of the test result forms gave way to sporadic bursts and, later, to unabashed jubilation for both testees; their teacher, Ms. Roman; and the rest of the people at LLC at the time. Rudio and Riza C. Tips on reading and practice tests also help a lot, according to her. In an official correspondence of ETS to Dr. Gabriel and Nabayra who hold international teaching certifications from the University of Cambridge are involved in this three-year project which is a joint initiative between NUS and Temasek Foundation Singapore.
It is participated in by several tertiary institutions from the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and Singapore. It aims to enhance the capabilities of English Language policy makers and university faculty to develop teaching materials that address current gaps in contextualizing the learning of English as a second or foreign language for professional communication in Southeast Asia. The two-fold purpose of this international online journalis to examine the interconnectivities of language, culture, and communication and to bring to the fore necessary inquiries into and reflections on the dynamically changing context of Asian Englishes and its influence on English language teaching and critical pedagogy.
The inaugural issue of the Language Culture Communication in Asia will be launched on the 15th May Under the directorship of Dr. Ruanni Tupas, Senior Lecturer of the Center for English Language Communication, NUS, the project mainly looks into coming up with English language teaching materials for business and other related professions. The production of this set of culture-based ELT materials is anchored on the orientation of English in the Southeast Asian region and how it influences the operation of businesses and industries Dr.
The recommendation is borne out of trying out several aspects of the project with the office. Since the current makeup of the Communication in the Workplace Context for Graduates formerly EPP is geared towards enabling graduating students to operate in professional transactions carried out in English in the workplace, LLC is likely to take an active involvement in defining the confines of English in Asia.
With the program centered on academic, cultural, and English language immersion, the students improved their English communication skills with the LLC. Through the efforts of the Student Development and Activities Office, the Indonesian visitors got a glimpse of how it is like to be a Filipino student but also a Filipino Lasallian student. Aside from the campus tour, the students underwent Lasallian formation and orientation on how a student life could be at DLSU-D.
There were plenty of opportunities provided to them from fellowship to friendship with DLSU-D students. They even participated in the Lasallian Festival kick off ceremony and witnessed how DLSU-D celebrates its foundation week filled with so much fun and excitement. This occasion also became a venue for both parties to exchange ideas and provide a truly different yet worth remembering educational experience.