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IELTS Cấp độ 1 (Tiền IELTS) * Mục tiêu: - Khoá học được thiết kế nhằm mục đích giúp người học: - Nắm được cấu trúc và yêu cầu của bài thi IELTS - Nắm vững ngữ pháp và mở rộng vốn từ vựng tiếng Anh để làm bước đệm vững chắc cho các khóa luyện IELTS sau này - Luyện kỹ năng đặt câu, viết câu, viết đoạn và nắm vững cấu trúc của bài viết luận - Phát triển các kỹ năng đọc và nghe cơ bản - Sử dụng một cách hiệu quả kiến thức ngữ pháp, từ vựng cơ bản và các kỹ năng tiếng trong giao tiếp hàng ngày và trong môi trường học thuật. - Đạt được ≤ 5.0 IELTS. * Đối tượng học viên: Khóa học này phù hợp với những học viên: - Có vốn ngữ pháp và từ vựng ở trình dưới trung cấp - Kỹ năng nghe, nói, đọc và viết ở trình độ dưới trung cấp, chưa đủ để theo các khóa học IELTS - Muốn phát triển vốn ngữ pháp, lượng từ vựng và các kỹ năng để theo học các khóa học luyện thi IELTS. + Giáo viên. Đội ngũ giáo viên giỏi, giàu kinh nghiệm và tận tâm của trường Đại học Hà Nôị. Hầu hết các giáo viên đã tốt nghiệp bằng Thạc sỹ và Tiến sỹ ở các trường đại học danh tiếng ở các nước như Anh, Mỹ, Úc. Với khả năng tiếng Anh tốt đã được trau dồi ở môi trường nói tiếng Anh và phương pháp giảng dạy tiên tiến, đội ngũ giáo viên của Khoa Đại cương sẽ mang đến cho học viên những khóa học chất lượng, chuyên nghiệp và hiệu quả. + Phương pháp dạy và học. - Theo phương châm “Học đến đâu, nhớ và thực hành thành thạo ngay đến đấy”. - Bài giảng được thiết kế hợp lý và khoa học dựa trên những giáo trình phù hợp của các nhà xuất bản nổi tiếng trên thế giới

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