Standard English Evening / Weekend Classes

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English study is important to all of our students but, let's face it, not everyone's schedules allow them to attend all day every day.
For those who need to get all of their class time into 2-5 days a week in the evenings or on the weekends, NYEA now offer three convenient options!

Minimum age 16
Registration For 18 hours/week course : Minimum registration: 12 weeks
For 14 hours/week course : Minimum registration: 4 weeks
Levels Intermediate to High-Advanced
Class size Maximum 12 students per class
Start Every Monday (except the third Monday)
Note Evening or weekend courses are available for students with high-intermediate or above

18 hours/week (Full-time)

Standard English Fulltime (For F1 visa student)

Evening : Convenience at an affordable rate

Minimum registion 12 weeks $990
(Registration fee and Class tuition fee)

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Schedule and Course

Course Hours Schedule Exams/
Assignments
Evening Mon - Thurs 6:00pm-9:30pm
Fri 5:30am-9:30pm
5 days a week
Weekend Fri 5:30pm - 9:30 pm
Sat 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sun 9:00am - 4:00pm
3 days a week
Sat 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sun 9:00am - 6:00pm
2 days a week

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14 hours/week (Part-time)

Standard English Part-Time (For non F-1 Visa students)

Evening : Convenience at an affordable rate

Minimum registration 4 weeks $319

Schedule and Courses

Course Hours Schedule Exams/
Assignments
Evening
Mon-Thur 6:00pm-9:30pm
4 days a week

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Level Descriptions

Level
03
High-Intermediate level (CEFR level : B1)

Course description

In level 3, students will acquire the ability to respond to various topics, events, activities, and personal experiences in a more authentic and natural way. Students will practice and develop proper stress and intonation and learn to express opinions clearly and naturally. This Level 3 course has been aligned with the Common European Framework Reference Scale B1, Independent User. ** At this level students can, “understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken.

Prerequisites

Placement Test or L2

Benchmarks / Learning objectives (SWBAT)

  • Produce continuous writing which is generally intelligible throughout. (CEFR)
  • Understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar matters
  • Convey information and ideas on abstract as well as concrete topics
  • Express and respond to feelings such as surprise, happiness, sadness, interest, indifference. (CEFR)

Grammar

  • Modals of advice
  • Because and even though clauses
  • Definite and indefinite articles
  • Comparatives and equatives
  • Reflexive and reciprocal pronouns

Topics

  • Fraud
  • Careers
  • Marriage
  • Climate change
  • Tourism
  • Extreme sports

Assignments and Exams

  • Writing assignment and impromptu speaking exercise every week (35% of the total score)
  • Exam is given on the third Wednesday of every month (65% of the total score)

Class Requirements

  • Come to class on time
  • Treat each other respectfully
  • Complete assignments and participate in class activities
  • Keep cell phone/device use to a minimum

Level
04
Advanced level (CEFR level : B2)

Course description

In level 4, students will improve their ability to communicate in English with fluency and accuracy. They will focus on strengthening their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills while also working on improving their command of English grammar and pronunciation. Specifically, students will develop the ability to articulate their opinions in written and spoken language, as well as inferring vocabulary meaning based on contect. This course has been aligned with the Common European Framework Reference Scale B2, Independent User. At this level students can, “understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in my field of specialization. I can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. I can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.”

Prerequisites

Prerequisites

Placement Test or L3

Benchmarks / Learning objectives (SWBAT)

  • Understand standard spoken language, live or broadcast, on both familiar and unfamiliar topics (CEFR)
  • Read with a large degree of independence, adapting style and speed of reading to different texts and purposes. (CEFR)
  • Recognize main idea, predict meaning, summarize a wide range of factual and imaginative texts (CEFR)

Grammar

  • Passive Voice
  • Gerunds and infinitives
  • Past Unreal Conditional
  • Relative Pronouns in Adjective Clauses
  • Direct and Indirect Speech

Topics

  • Prodigies
  • Medicine
  • Animal Intelligence
  • Technology
  • Education
  • Generosity

Assignments and Exams

  • Writing assignment and impromptu speaking exercise every week (35% of the total score)
  • Exam is given on the third Wednesday of every month (65% of the total score)

Class Requirements

  • Come to class on time
  • Treat each other respectfully
  • Complete assignments and participate in class activities
  • Keep cell phone/device use to a minimum

Level
05
High-Advanced level (CEFR level : C1)

Course description

In level 5 students will be able to express with fluency and accuracy. Moreover students will develop their abilities to effectively defend personal opinions, vary intonation to express sentence tone correctly, and write clear, well-structured texts on complex subjects. This Level 5 course has been aligned with the Common European Framework Reference Scale C1, Proficient User. At this level students can, “understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognize implicit meaning. Can express myself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic, and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.”

Prerequisites

Placement Test or L4

Benchmarks / Learning objectives (SWBAT)

  • Effectively express/defend personal opinions in written and spoken language
  • Vary intonation and place sentence stress correctly (CEFR)
  • Write clear, well-structured texts on complex subjects (CEFR)
  • Recognize a wide range of idiomatic expressions and colloquialism (CEFR)
  • Produce clear, smoothly flowing, well-structured speech (CEFR)

Grammar

  • Past Unreal Conditional
  • Contrasting simple past, present perfect & present perfect continuous
  • Identifying Adjective Clauses
  • Relative Pronouns in Adjective Clauses
  • Phrasal Verbs

Topics

  • Past Unreal Conditional
  • The Brain
  • Lying
  • Cross-cultural insights
  • Social Media
  • Poverty
  • The Arts

Assignments and Exams

  • Writing assignment and impromptu speaking exercise every week (35% of the total score)
  • Exam is given on the third Wednesday of every month (65% of the total score)

Class Requirements

  • Come to class on time
  • Treat each other respectfully
  • Complete assignments and participate in class activities
  • Keep cell phone/device use to a minimum

Student Interview

What I also loved about this school is the very welcoming atmosphere.

Masumi Suzuki 
Class : Standard English Level4

This is my second summer attending NYEA. Although each time is very short, NYEA has really helped me improve my English. The teachers here are kind, friendly, patient, well-trained, and knowledgeable. They have gone above and beyond to make the classes both challenging and interesting. I was able to learn a lot of useful English.

What I also loved about this school is the very welcoming atmosphere. I was anxious at first because of my age, but the teachers and students all welcomed me and I felt very comfortable studying with them from the first day. I own a facial salon in Japan and have many English speaking clients. I need to use English on a daily basis, so the English I learned at NYEA will help me a lot in communicating better with my clients. I will definitely be back to study at NYEA next year!

I decided to enroll at NYEA because I saw so many good reviews.

Dila Inan 
Class : Standard English Level4

Hi,
My name is Dila from Turkey. Before I decided to live in the US, I decided to look for English courses that could help me to improve my English. After a long search, I decided to enroll at NYEA because I saw so many good reviews. I have been studying in this school for three months and I'm glad I made that decision. I had the chance to meet new people who came to this country with the same goal of learning English. It has really helped me to have more confidence speaking English.

The teaching methods at NYEA include writing, listening, and grammar practice but mostly they focus on speaking. Specifically, we study idioms and expressions that we need to communicate, interact with people, and to express ourselves in daily life.

The other thing I really liked about NYEA is their flexibility about classes. If you need to take a few days, they manage it and let you take the time off as long as you attend your classes regularly. They are also very helpful and friendly so you will feel pretty comfortable anytime you need help.

Thank you NYEA!

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  • Other Cash/ Bank Wire Transfer

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