This course covers the following areas:  
1. Parts of Speech
2. Sentence and Clause Structure
3. Introductory English Lexis: Idiomatic expressions, registers, collocations, homophones, homonyms and homographs, figures of speech, word-formation processes.
4. Formal compositions: letter writing, essay writing, report writing, business correspondence, and minutes of meetings.
5. Practical Exercises on outline 4

This course addresses technicalities connected with the writing of specialized compositions such as reports, minutes of meetings, long essays, letters, speeches, etc. Light is also shed on correct language use in English composition: spelling, grammar, punctuation, and use of capital letters, etc.

Critical thinking skills will not only help your teen advance a logical argument, it will help him or her to avoid the types of heated arguments that can rupture friendship.

By studying  critical thinking and logic, teens can learn to make sound and valid arguments that could convince others to accept their ideas by presenting solid reasons and evidence. Even better, your teen will learn how to avoid alienating or intimidating others, and how to avoid being alienated or intimidated.