Students both native and foreign who learn English gain their knowledge of the language by going through a few stages of learning. The first level of English Club TV addresses its viewers and listeners with simple lessons and numerous other easy to understand English programs. The next ‘Pre intermediate level A2’ focuses on improving students’ skills in listening, speaking, expanding their vocabulary and improving their knowledge of grammar.
The pre intermediate level programs differ from the elementary English program, but those who learn it through the English Club TV will hardly notice the difference. All episodes comprise of day to day English communications which enrich students with much more words and phrases. Since the pre-intermediate shows cover current affairs, viewers can grasp them quickly and since they provide them with more words their vocabulary improves step by step readying them for the next level.
Pre intermediate level: What did they Say? The Week in Review
The ECTV news sharpens students’ listening skill and vocabulary. The news program comprises of ‘What did they Say?’ and ‘The Week to Review’ programs, which cater to students to improve their English vocabulary. Those who watch the E-lab program, Say it Right and Perfect English, will rapidly enhance their speaking level and English Grammar knowledge. The interesting factor of these programs is that most episodes are games rather than lessons in English. Because of this, students do not feel bored by watching them.
Pre intermediate level: City Grammar
Learning or teaching grammar as part of a language is the hardest. The best teachers never try teaching grammar to their students because it keeps them away from learning English. Instead, they use grammar in other subtle ways. The English Club TV does just that with their program called ‘City Grammar’.
The program host takes her viewers around the country and shows them interesting locations. While describing and explaining, the host highlights the parts of grammar in an unintentional manner to teach the basics clearly to the viewers. So the City Grammar follows the most innovative and outstanding teaching methods to improve the knowledge of grammar among its students.
Pre intermediate level: The ECTV Simple News
The ECTV Simple News effortlessly enhances Students’ knowledge of English. The program caters to A1, A2, and BI students running in line with news in a telecast format. Words in a segment of Simple News include a glossary which provides linguistic meaning as well as pronunciation with info-graphic explanations. Native hosts of the United Kingdom conduct the episodes in clear and emphatic communication.
Pre intermediate level: English UP
The English UP gets counted as one of the most sought after English Club TV programs for its innovative approach. The informative program grasps important aspects of city life such its transport systems, entertainments, dining, customs and so on with videos within the programs. It’s like going on an informative trip.
Pre intermediate level: Flash Facts
The Flash Facts of the English Club TV is yet another innovative approach towards English teaching. The program’s ingredients comprise of flash facts such as rare information on animal life, biological secrets, plants life and much more. The facts show presents one upon one without a break but in easy to understand English. They grasp the attention of viewers and grip them until the end.
Pre intermediate level: Grammar Wise program
Those who search for a platform to learn grammar will not miss English Club TV Grammar Wise program. The program explains grammar parts clearly and concisely and takes students towards living episodes of native English speakers to illustrate the salient grammar points. Native UK citizens conduct the program. They are professional teachers as well.
Other precious English Club TV programs for pre intermediate level students include Grammar Wise-Season 2, Here and There, Keep Fit, Say it Right, Speak Up and Step by Step. Added to these are Step by Step New Season, the Language of Business, and the Week in Review.