Elementary English

Elementary English for beginners

Elementary English is the first level of teaching that the English Club TV provides for their students. Altogether the classes comprises of five levels namely Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2), and Advanced (C1). Each program addresses student groups of a certain knowledge level and effortlessly improves their knowledge and equips them for the next level. However, some levels such as the Elementary level provide lessons which are suitable for students in other levels such as Pre-intermediate and Intermediate.

The basics in Elementary English

The Elementary (A1) is the basic course of English language. However, it structures the foundation for a stable grounding to reach the advanced level and beyond. The difference between English Club TV Elementary English teaching and that of others is the former’s friendly approach towards students who are poor in their English knowledge. The English Club TV addresses them clearly and encourages them to learn the language with simple teaching steps which do not involve the use of a lot of stationery work and written exercises.

Elementary English: Self-learning

Most of the sessions of Elementary English do not go beyond the self-learning approach. Students improve their English vocabulary at ease and learn a multitude of meanings of words and their pronunciations from memory without memorising them day and night. They simply understand English through learning English and naturally learn grammar in a straightforward manner. With each episode, students just gain self-evaluation and understand that they are a step nearer to the Advanced level.

The English Club TV provides a range of programs to achieve the familiar targets such as Basic Lexis, ECTV’s Simple News, Grammar Wise 2nd Season, Here and There, Perfect English, and Say It Right. Each program addresses different parts of the language clearly and concisely so that students can grasp the language without much effort from their side.

Basic Lexis

The first on the list, ‘Basic Lexis’ caters to beginners’ knowledge and improves it step by step. Native teachers of the United Kingdom conduct the program using a simple format. They introduce words and their meanings by displaying related objects and events. Each stage talks about a different topic and associated words and graphics to absorb students in the running episode. Animations support all the words and actions shown through Basic Lexis. In this way, students develop their English vocabulary very fast with hardly any effort.

ECTV Simple News teaches Elementary English

The ECTV Simple News follows the TV news format. It specifically addresses Elementary level students but is suitable for A2 and B1 level students as well. The program hosts announce each word clearly and introduces the topic with specific phrases that rightly match with the topic discussed. Pronunciation and spelling particularly focus on each episode.

Grammar Wise, 2nd Season

The innovative approach towards teaching English is shown on English Club TV when it demonstrates Grammar Wise, Second Season with Tom Headley. The program is so easy to understand even by a student with no knowledge of English. Those who watch and participate in the program automatically enhance their vocabulary and improve their elocution without being aware they are learning. With this program, students do not have written words, but they just watch and enjoy the lessons each day enabling them to understand English correctly.

English Club TV’s Here and There, Say it Right, and Perfect English

The Here and There program brings in speaking and usage patterns of Elementary English worldwide. It is based on communication more than that of writing answers to question papers. Students who follow the program automatically learn correct English pronunciations and will be able to communicate in English similar to the natives of the United Kingdom. The Perfect English and the Say It Right of the English Club TV are also renowned programs in the field. They vastly improve the students’ ability to talk and understand English with simple activities and lessons.