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Foundation Course in Spoken English, Part  -  I  with CD Rs.125/-  with CD  Foundation Course in Spoken English, Part -  2 with CD  Rs.150/-  with CD 

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Are you about to enter the mainstream professional world? Are you already into a profession and want to upgrade your skills?

Empower yourself with F C S E
AND FACE THE WORLD WITH CONFIDENCE.

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FCSE [A Foundation Course in Spoken English] is intended to help develop oral communication skills of learners who have had little or no exposure to spoken English. The two parts of the book come with audio CDs. The course comprises 11 modules. 50 communicative functions are covered in these modules. The books include brief and easy to understand tips on pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar and usage. Each unit has been designed to be completed within two hours. Orient

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Sadanand

Dr Kamlesh

is former Professor and Head, Centre for Phonetics and Spoken English, CIEFL, Hyderabad. Besides her long years of experience in teaching, in developing ELT materials and in supervising research work, Dr Sadanand has published several papers and books. Prominent among her publications is A Practical Course in English Pronunciation (2004).

Punitha

Ms Susheela
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is former Professor of English, Mount Carmel Orient

FCSE facilitates learning through Listening: The course includes extensive listening
component to provide maximum exposure to contextualised use of English.

Production: The activities requiring the learners to repeat the sample of simulated dialogues that they listen helps them to internalize the language. Extension: The listening and repeating tasks are followed by activities that help the learner extend appropriate usage to similar sociocultural contexts. Orient

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Go through each unit and listen to the respective CD before you meet the class.  Play the CD more than once, if necessary.  Encourage active participation of all learners in the activities.  Help slow and shy learners gain confidence by ensuring that each group has one or more confident students.  Facilitate group work, If pair work and teacher you are a roleplays.

Listen to the recorded conversation.  Imitate those conversations by repeating them.  Learn the words/phrases/ expressions related to different functions through the activities.  Practise through roleplays with your peers.  Apply the newly learnt expression in similar If situations outside the you are a student classroom.

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Students who have had a regional language as a medium of instruction at school. Students who are familiar with the language but lack fluency in speaking. Students in the intermediate level and above, aspiring to join mainstream industrial sectors like: Nursing / Paramedics / Pharmaceutical Retail industry Hospitality industry / Tourism industry Polytechnic Insurance executives Customer Service Distribution and delivery / courier Professionals who want to upgrade their communication skills. Home makers who are interested in casual employment. People aspiring to travel abroad for any purpose.

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