Super Intensive Courses
Our super-intensive courses are for both complete beginners and proficient speakers alike, the common denominator is the speed and intensity with which students improve their language skills.
Super-intensive language courses are the ideal option for those who already have a strong foundation and are fairly competent in the language of choice, but who wish to take their language skills to the next level.Although the super-intensive course is perfect for higher level learners it is equally effective for complete beginners who wish to kick-start their language abilities rapidly.
These language courses are designed to challenge the learner therefore widening their knowledge of the language in a short time period of time. Super-intensive courses at Sprachcaffe Languages Plus are particularly suitable for university students and the academically minded.
The courses comprise of 8 lessons per day from Monday to Friday (40 lessons per week). Each lesson lasts 45 minutes meaning you will spend a total of 30 hours per week in language classes. this leaves less time for extra-curricular activities than some of our other language courses.
If you want to improve your language skills greatly in a short period of time and are up for a challenge, then our super-intensive courses are for you!
- 8 lessons per day
- 30 hours per week
- Available for beginners, intermediate and advanced
Super Intensive Courses Brokendown:
- Course duration: minimum 1 week
- Classes: 8 x 45 minute lessons per day; 5 course days per week (Mon - Fri)
- Minimum age in the Adult Program: 18 years old
- Levels: Beginners, intermediate and advanced
- Starting dates: All year round.
Super-Intensive Course Structure:
The eight daily lessons are broken down as follows:
- 3 Lessons - Grammar and vocabulary
- 2 lessons - Conversation
- 3 lessons - Reading, reading comprehension, listening comprehension, and writing.
Please note that the course structure can vary from group to group as it is largely dependent on the needs of the individual students, as well as the teaching style of the teacher. However, regardless of the structure all of the above elements will be covered.
Topic matters discussed are mostly drawn from current and topical articles from local newspapers and magazines. They are chosen carefully to correspond with the language level of the learners.