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General English CEFR

GrowSkills EAQUALS Core Inventory for General English / CEFR
Invest on your Dreams ... with GrowSkills Educational & Language Testing Institute .We offer an exciting range of General English courses for all levels, from elementary to advanced, and for all budgets. Course intensity varies from 15 to 30 lessons per week to give you the opportunity to choose a course that perfectly suits your language learning needs and daily routine.
Course Summary :- 
  • Start dates : (Sat-Tue),(Sun-Wed),(Mon-Thursday)
  • Class size: Average 11, maximum 14
  • Minimum age : 14 years at least 
  • Course levels : Beginner(A1),Elementary (A2) to uuper Advanced (C2)
  • Lesson duration : 50 minutes
Included in Your Course :- 
  • Access to eLearning Platform : Start learning from the moment you book your course.
  • Level and Needs Assessment : On arrival at the center all students have to do a placement test which includes a multiple choice grammar test, writing exercise and speaking interview (Oral Test ) with Examiners .
  • Post-Departure Self-Study : Your eLearning account will remain active for 3-months after the end of the course.
  • Course Materials : Your coursebook and other class materials are included.
  • End-of-Course Certificate : At the end of your course, you will receive a certificate and progress report, which are very useful tools to show future employers from GrowSkills LTD. 
Using the CEFR: Principles of Good Practice 
What [the CEFR] can do is to stand as a central point of reference, itself always open to amendment and further development, in an interactive international system of co-operating institutions ... whose cumulative experience and expertise produces a solid structure of knowledge, understanding and practice shared by all.
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment (CEFR) was created by the Council of Europe to provide ‘a common basis for the elaboration of language syllabuses, curriculum guidelines, examinations, textbooks, etc. across Europe’ (2001a:1). It was envisaged primarily as a planning tool whose aim was to promote ‘transparency and coherence’ in language education. 
These descriptors can apply to any of the languages spoken in Europe, and there are translations in many languages.
Level group
Level group name
Level name
No. of Levels
Basic user
Starter or beginner

Pre- Intermediate
Independent user
upper intermediate
Proficient user
Mastery or proficiency or Upper- Adv.

 As a global organisation we at the GrowSkills appreciate the significance of the CEFR. Our websites and teacher resources are global and need the structure and definition provided by the CEFR to make our work more coherent.
Applying, and where needed adapting, the CEFR to their own teaching approach is an important competence for teachers, and for many teachers extra training, resources and support are needed to make this successful.

The CEFR is useful to you if you are involved in learning, teaching or assessing languages. It is based on Cambridge ESOL’s extensive experience of working with the CEFR over many years.
The CEFR is a comprehensive document, and as such, individual users can find it difficult to read and interpret. The Council of Europe has created a number of guidance documents to help in this interpretation. Helping you find your way around the CEFR and its supporting documents is one of our key aims in creating Using the CEFR: Principles of Good Practice. If you want a brief overview of the CEFR read Section 1 of this booklet. If you are a teacher or administrator working in an educational setting and would like guidance on using and interacting with the CEFR then reading Section 2 will be useful to you. If you want to find out about how Cambridge ESOL works with the CEFR then read Section 3. Each section is preceded by a page that signposts key further reading.
GrowSkills is committed to providing quality education to candidates and students using the finest traditions of European education. Develop your Education level and acquire the language. In GrowSkills, we offer courses that help you improve your language skills through a set of interesting and enjoyable activities, which will be used in producing correct grammatical structure used in every communicative aspect of life.
What does each level mean?
You can use everyday expressions and very basic phrases for practical needs; ask and answer questions about personal details; understand short texts on familiar topics and obtain information from signs and symbols; write simple sentences in documents, e.g. forms.
You can understand sentences and frequently used expressions; communicate in tasks requiring exchange of information; obtain information from short documents, familiar sources, signs and symbols; write to communicate with some awareness of intended audience.
You can understand main points of clear standard communication; convey information, feelings and opinions on familiar topics; engage in discussion to reach shared understanding; produce simple connected text; describe experiences, events, hopes and ambitions.
You can understand main ideas of complex communication; interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity without strain for either party; engage in discussion in familiar and unfamiliar situations; communicate in detail, appropriate to purpose and audience.
You can understand demanding texts and recognise implicit meaning; use language fluently and spontaneously; engage in discussion making clear and effective contributions; produce well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects; communicate ideas effectively.
You can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read; summarise information, reconstruct arguments and accounts coherently; express self spontaneously, fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.
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