English as a Second Language
Part time (Evening)
Part time (Evening)
Our ESL program is committed to helping students improve their communication skills and knowledge in the English language through a dynamic, fun classroom environment that explores a broad range of relevant, local and timely topics. Cornerstone provides ESL courses that are approachable, professional and tailored to the specific needs of the students.
Location is Vancouver Campus
Small class size, average 7-10 students
Classes are from Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00PM to 8:50PM
Flexible and convenient for varying degrees of English language proficiency
ESL teachers with many years of teaching experience
High quality program that provides the fastest way to improve English and adapt to local life
Conveniently located on 609 West Hastings in the center of Vancouver
Part-time intensive 8.5 hours per week
12 levels – Beginner to advanced -1 level every 3 months
Cambridge University textbooks
Classes are equipped with smart screens for an interactive learning experience
Location is Downtown Campus
After going through this course of study, the student will have an understanding of English phonology, syllabic and sentence stress, grammar topics including all verb tenses, conditionals, modals, gerunds, infinitives, prepositions, questions, and various others. Additionally, the student will be able to read and understand texts of many different sources, including short ESL-themed sentence groups and paragraphs, short newspaper articles, magazine articles, essays, and short stories. The student will also be able to write their own texts of varying length, ranging from writing simple topics and opinion pieces to having an understanding of proper academic-style essays. After having finished this course, the student will have developed presentation and communication skills. The student will be able to give solo oral presentations on a variety of topics from the simple to the exotic, and will be able to discuss topics and issues in a round-table format. The student will understand the key components to both giving a good presentation and to contributing to group discussion in a meaningful way.
Evening class: 6:00 PM – 8:50 PM
|Monday – Tuesday – Thursday|
|6:00 – 7:15||Academics|
|7:15 – 7:30||Break|
|7:30 – 8:50||Academics|
At the time of registration, students will be given an English Placement Test. Based on the test results, each student will be assigned to the appropriate curriculum level.
This is aprogram designed for students who need to improve their general English level. It is spread into 12 different levels. Students will begin on the appropriate level based on their current level of English.
|Level 1 – 1.5 Beginner|
|Level 2 – 2.5 High Beginner|
|Level 3 – 3.5 Low Intermediate|
|Level 4 – 4.5 Intermediate|
|Level 5 – 5.5 High Intermediate|
|Level 6 – 6.5 Advanced|