LEXICON is a foundations course in academic communication* for non-native speakers of English - for example, graduates of an English-speaking high-school. The course provides a solid introduction to analytical discussion in English, in a range of disciplines - from Anthropology and Astronomy to History and Business. The goal is to install not only vocabulary of the first class, but also the 'nuts-and-bolts' of effective communication, such as word-choice, word-order, pronunciation, tone, pace, and many other exciting tools of talking.
TOEFL & IELTS
The TOEFL and IELTS scores are very clear indicators of English language competency. Top-ranked MBA/MiM programs require scores of 100 or better for TOEFL, and 7s and 8s on the IELTS. And both employers and colleagues are more-and-more jealous; demanding; and appreciative - of your English language competence*.
Scores are 100% comparable between applicants. A higher score positions you better, both with schools and potential employers, all of whom, more-and-more nowadays require trustworthy and comparable proof of english language competence.
LEXICON provides a neat solution for someone feeling the stress of doing Reading Comprehension at full speed. But the course is well positioned also for anyone in the last stage of their study TOEFL/IELTS study. We will learn not only the way to read and write, but also practice speaking and listening to corporate/academic English - the dialect employed implicitly in everyday business life.
This course meets Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 09:00 to 12:00, for four weeks.
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Lexicon includes access to 30+ academic texts, in a variety of fields - with questions. During this 12 session, 36 hour course, we review the words and sentence structures that are found in all the major academic fields, from Anthropology and Physics to History and Literary Criticism.
LEXICON provides abundant opportunity to pronounce high-value vocabulary words; to spell them; to use them in context; and to discuss the structure and the meaning, of the arguments made there-in.
THE DOJO DIFFERENCE
The Gmat Dojo difference is in the quality of your work. We fight hard not to find ourselves telling strangers that 'your success is our only priority' - and other such gems of online selling speech.
* foundations course in academic communication.
foundations of academic communication course
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