English Language Vocabulary Class

English language vocabulary classes can be designed for the three different levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced students.

English language vocabulary classes can be designed for students studying math, science, music, art, computers and a wider variety of more specific subjects.

Advanced English language vocabulary classes can be designed for professionals such as medicine, engineering, law, diplomacy or international relations.

Excellent vocabulary classes will hear, see, say and re-use incontext the target words.

Excellent vocabulary classes will enable the learner brain to make a memory. When you see the word, your brain is making one type of memory. When you hear the word, your brain is making another memory to the target word. When you say the word, you are reforming and reinforcing the memory. Repetition will put the short-term memory learned words into the longer-term memory. With more brain word networks, repetitions and longer term memories the learner will discover it is easier to always use the word in an expanded English language vocabulary.

Vocabulary Context Examples using "Classes and Lessons"

Classes:

A group of students taught together according to a standing or a level or a subject.

A group of students meeting regularly to study a subject under the guidance of a teacher

A number of pupils in a school or a college, pursuing the same studies, ranked together, or graduated in the same year.

A group of students who meet at a regularly scheduled time or period to study the same subject.

Lessons:

A section into which a course of study is divided; (ie) a single, continuous session of formal instruction in a subject; "The class was divided into 50 lessons".

The instruction given during one class or instruction period.

An exercise or assignment that a student is to prepare or learn within a given time.

Something that needs to be learned or the event through which it is learned.

A lesson is a course of instruction or anything instructive.

Something from which a person learns or should learn (ie) an instructive example.

A useful piece of practical wisdom acquired by experience or study.

Links to Advanced Vocabulary and English Class Information

Advanced English Language Vocabulary Learning Strategies

Use this link to receive additional English Language Vocabulary Class information.

Links to Specific English Vocabulary Lists and Definitions

Link to English Vocabulary List for Mathematics

Link to English Vocabulary List of Science & Technology words and definitions

English Vocabulary for Social Studies, History & Geography

Link to English Vocabulary words and definitions for Music Students

Link to English Vocabulary and definitions for Art Students

Link to English Vocabulary and definitions for Drama and Dance

Link to English Vocabulary and definitions for E Business

Link to English Vocabulary and definitions for Computers

English Vocabulary and definitions for Fixed Income Investments

Link to English Language Vocabulary and definitions for Resumes



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