Access to Language Studies

419 Boston Ave - Boston

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Access To Language Studies focuses in English courses for high school students aged 14 to 18. We provide English language courses to international students in the best destinations of the United States.
Our courses aim to create confident English speakers. Together with great studies our students enjoy and discover American culture. We provide Junior Summer Language Vacation Study Programs at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts and at San Diego State University in San Diego, California.
These courses include:
• 15 classes of English per week
• Double or single rooms in suite style units with air-conditioning; full board from Monday to Friday and brunch and dinner on Saturdays and Sundays
• Weekly activity program: supervised activities every afternoon and evening, including 5 off-campus field trips per week
• Placement test
• End of course certificate
• Class size: 15 students maximum
• Free internet access

  • Football/Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Tennis
  • Airport/Station transfer
  • Facilities for students with disabilities
  • On campus
  • Shared Apartment
  • Student Residence
  • Music
  • Cultural tourism (theater, museum, etc.)
  • Historical sightseeing
  • On campus events
  • Dancing
  • Local cultural events (festivals, etc.)

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This course is for students aged: 14-70
Exams and Prep offered: TOEFL
Levels: Intermediate, Basic, Advanced
Weekly Hours: Intensive 25+ hrs/wk, General 15-25 hrs/wk
Location Type: University campus
Class Sizes: Large, 11-20 students, Medium, 6-10 students, Small, 2-5 students, One-to-One
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This course is for students aged: 14-18
Location Type: University campus
Levels: Advanced, Basic, Intermediate
Class Sizes: Large, 11-20 students, Medium, 6-10 students, One-to-One
Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk
Access to Language Studies offers 2, 3, 4, 5-week programs. Our creative and innovative curriculum blossoms in a small classroom environment. The communicative interaction combined with the learning opportunities outside the classroom is extremely effective. Involvement with extracurricular activities and events during our camp can often be as meaningful and significant as the content learned within the classroom. We feel that our planned events, trips, and social gatherings, along with a great classroom curriculum will deliver the ideal learning experience.

The program focuses on a rich and balanced curriculum that draws connections between language, culture, and current events therefore supporting all dimensions of language learning and teaching. Communicative Language Teaching and Task-based learning activities offer plenty opportunities for language use and the linguistic content of the courses is rich, diverse, and motivating.

English Levels:

BASIC
Able to understand very simple statements, questions, and face-to-face conversations concerning some familiar situations and many basic needs. Repetition and slower speech are necessary for understanding.

INTERMEDIATE
Able to understand most routine conversations spoken at a normal pace relating to social and occupational situations. Some difficulty understanding common structures and vocabulary remains; occasional repetition is still needed.

HIGH INTERMEDIATE
Able to understand almost all conversations spoken at a normal pace without repetitions, including discussions within the individuals occupation and interests; readily understands phone conversations and broadcasts, but still experiences some difficulty with very fast speech, slang and cultural references.

ADVANCED
Able to understand all discussions, being complex or not, within the listener‟s experience; able to understand most cultural references as well as manipulations of the language including persuasion, negotiations, conjecture, and humor.
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This course is for students aged: 14-18
Class Sizes: Large, 11-20 students, Medium, 6-10 students
Levels: Advanced, Intermediate, Basic
Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk
Location Type: University campus
Access to Language Studies offers 2, 3, 4, 5-week programs. Our creative and innovative curriculum blossoms in a small classroom environment. The communicative interaction combined with the learning opportunities outside the classroom is extremely effective. Involvement with extracurricular activities and events during our camp can often be as meaningful and significant as the content learned within the classroom. We feel that our planned events, trips, and social gatherings, along with a great classroom curriculum will deliver the ideal learning experience.

The program focuses on a rich and balanced curriculum that draws connections between language, culture, and current events therefore supporting all dimensions of language learning and teaching. Communicative Language Teaching and Task-based learning activities offer plenty opportunities for language use and the linguistic content of the courses is rich, diverse, and motivating.

English Levels:

BASIC
Able to understand very simple statements, questions, and face-to-face conversations concerning some familiar situations and many basic needs. Repetition and slower speech are necessary for understanding.

INTERMEDIATE
Able to understand most routine conversations spoken at a normal pace relating to social and occupational situations. Some difficulty understanding common structures and vocabulary remains; occasional repetition is still needed.

HIGH INTERMEDIATE
Able to understand almost all conversations spoken at a normal pace without repetitions, including discussions within the individuals occupation and interests; readily understands phone conversations and broadcasts, but still experiences some difficulty with very fast speech, slang and cultural references.

ADVANCED
Able to understand all discussions, being complex or not, within the listener‟s experience; able to understand most cultural references as well as manipulations of the language including persuasion, negotiations, conjecture, and humor.
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