C = Certificate
R = Report
Basic / 280- 315 lessons / – candidates learn 1200-1500 lexical units which they are able to use in standard situations in oral and written form, have basic knowledge about the country of the target language, are able to handle particular – simple units self-studying and work with bilingual dictionaries, manage the base of morphology and syntax.
Intermediate / 280-315 lessons / – candidates learn actively, another, 1200-1500 lexical units, they fluently overmaster ordinary life and work situations with smaller mistakes in grammar of the studied language. Have knowledge about life in the country of a target language and gain knowledge which, in case of necessity and interest, allows them to improve the language self-studying. Their skills and knowledge of the language are satisfactory for further studying of a professional field.
Advanced / 280-315 lessons / – candidates actively learn approximately 1200-1500 lexical units, fluently – almost without mistakes – communicate in oral and written form, are able to translate texts of a general character, they handle stylistic nuances of a foreign language. They are able to self- study without any problems, handle difficult interpreting and information, even difficult professional texts with help of dictionaries.
Preparatory for examinations / 105-140 lessons / – candidates actively learn approximately 500 lexical units, are able to communicate effectively, fluently and grammatically correct, translate texts from /to the target language and have enough relevant socio-politic information for the non-problematic communication and orientation in the countries of a target language.
The organizational form of education is a course.
Intermediate course includes study in 3rd and 4th grade.
Advanced course includes study in 5th and 6th grade.
Preparatory course /1 year long/ is organized for the applicants of final – basic, comprehensive – exams.
Sequence and amount of lessons in courses:
|Level||Course||4 less./week||3 less./week||skills level||CEF certificate|
|1.||Basic (210-420 less.)||1st grade – 2nd grade (C)||1st grade – 2nd grade – 3rd grade (C)||elementary |
|A1 – A2|
|2.||Intermediate (280-315 less.)||1st grade – 2nd grade (C)||1st grade – 2nd grade (C)||intermediate||B1 – B2|
|3.||Advanced (280-315 less.)||1st grade – 2nd grade (C)||1st grade – 2nd grade (C)||upper-intermediate |
|B2 – C1|
|4.||Preparatory for final exam (105-140 less.)||1st grade (C,R)||1st grade – 2nd grade (C,R)||advanced||C1 – C2|
|5.||Conversational (140-315 less.)||1st grade – 2nd grade (C)||1st grade – 2nd grade – 3rd grade (C)||basic|
|A1 – A2 |
B1 – B2
C = Certificate
R = Report
Students attend courses they registered to.
The students, whose schedule collides with the time table of the courses they were registered to, are enabled to host in another course. The permission is issued by the headmaster of the school.