Courses

Spoken English

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English for Beginners

COURSE OBJECTIVE:The objective of this course is to groom and empower our students so that they can face the world confidently and fearlessly.

Duration – 2 Months (2 hrs. per session)

  • Strengthening of fundamentals of grammar
  • Clarification of basic concepts like Is , Am , Are , Do ,Does , Has , Have etc
  • Improvement of reading skills
  • Correct pronunciation and right sound
  • Exposure to face the audience leading to reduction in stage fear
  • Role play on daily life situations like visiting friend’s house , Bank , Railway Station etc

At the end of this course, students will be capable of:

  • Reading, writing and comprehending English
  • Building confidence to face the audience
  • Distinguishing between the verbs and helping verbs like Is, Am & Are

Advanced Spoken English

Advance level English stands on three pillars. Anamika’s model of spoken English is based on very effective and practical method of learning English.

Sentence Structure:Structure is like a skeleton of the sentence. One must know the correct structure so that correct form of verb is used, thereby speaking correct English.

Vocabulary :Vocabulary is like a flesh which needs to be inserted in skeleton so that it assumes proper shape. Fluency demands sound vocabulary so that speaker doesn’t struggle for words while speaking.

Practice : Above two steps lay the foundation of spoken English and practice constructs the building over it. Theoretical knowledge needs to be supplemented by more and more practice which will consolidate the above two components.

Course Contents:The course contents include learning Tenses (Active Voice and Passive Voice) as well as Modal Auxiliaries(Active & passive)

Essential Skills– In today’s world, knowing English is not adequate to succeed. Attractive personality is required to beat the competition. Keeping this in mind Anamika’s imparts the skillsets which are indispensable in today’s fiercely competitive world.

At the end of the course students are able to

  • Make grammatically correct sentences in English
  • Completely overcome stage fear and face audience confidently
  • Know how to crack interview and succeed in Group Discussion
  • Discover the different aspects of personality and how to sharpen them
  • Learn right body language in different situations
  • Able to draft effective Email and make your attention catching resume

Public speaking:It is about communicating with the whole gathering at the same time. It is one of the most scary things for a common man. Even a thought of this can trigger the shivering waves in mind. However, by following certain important tips, public speaking fear can be minimized.

Audience Taste: Know the needs of your audience and match your contents to their needs. Know your material thoroughly. Put what you have to say in a logical sequence. Ensure your speech will be captivating to your audience as well as worth their time and attention. Practice and rehearse your speech at home or where you can be at ease and comfortable, in front of a mirror, your family, friends or colleagues. When you are presenting in front of an audience, you are performing as an actor is on stage. How you are being perceived is very important. Dress appropriately for the occasion. Be solemn if your topic is serious. Present the desired image to your audience.

Body language: It is important. Standing, walking or moving about with appropriate hand gesture or facial expression is preferred to sitting down or standing still with head down and reading from a prepared speech. Use audio-visual aids or props for enhancement if appropriate and necessary

Eye Contact: Maintain sincere eye contact with your audience. Use the 3-second method, e.g. look straight into the eyes of a person in the audience for 3 seconds at a time. This will indicate your confidence.

Communication With Audience: Speak to your audience, listen to their questions, respond to their reactions, adjust and adapt. If what you have prepared is obviously not getting across to your audience, change your strategy mid-stream if you are well prepared to do so. Remember that communication is the key to a successful presentation.

IELTS Training

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What is IELTS? – It stands for International English Language Testing System, which is jointly owned by British Council, University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations and IDP: IELTS Australia. It acts as a linguistic password to the English Speaking Countries like the UK, the US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, NewZealand etc. Besides this institutions across the world recognize the evaluation score of IELTS .As per the current trend, anyone seeking to migrate to above countries must have certain required level of proficiency in English, which is established by the IELTS band score.

Different Versions of IELTS – It consists of two versions.

(1) Academic Version
(2) General Version

Academic Version – This version is aimed at those students who intend to take admission in universities and higher institutions located in English speaking Countries. It is also useful for professionals –doctor, nurse, lawyer etc. – who want to practice in above mentioned countries.

General Training – This is intended for non-academic professionals who want to gain experience and also for mandatory immigration purposes.

Who accepts the IELTS score? The IELTS band score is recognized by over 7000 academic institutions across the world including 3000 institutions in the US. It is also the mandatory requirement for immigration to the countries like Australia, NewZealand and Canada .The cut-off score varies from institution to institution.

Components of IELTS – There are four components of IELTS

(1) Listening
(2) Reading
(3) Writing
(4) Speaking

Listening and speaking modules are common for students of Academic and General Training .However Reading and Writing modules are different for different courses.

Band Scale – IELTS follows the system of nine-band scale .Depending on the performance of the student , he/She is awarded a particular band score. These band scores are indicative of different competence level of examines .

Band Score

Competence Level
9Expert User

8Very Good User

7Good User

6Competent User

5Modest User

4Limited User

3Extremely Limited User

2Intermittent User

0Did not attempt the test

Venues of IELTS – There are 500 locations across 121 countries where IETS is conducted .In India , British Council is a prominent agency which conducts this test at various centers across the country. Tests are conducted throughout the year.

IELTS Through British Council

This is one of most convenient option of taking this test .Following steps need to be followed for the admission procedure.

Registration Process – Registration is possible through various means

  • Online
  • Visiting nearest British Council Office
  • By post/courier , completed application form needs to be sent to the nearest British Council Office

For more information , please contact Anamika’s Academy or go to www.ieltstutor.in

PHONE – 022-26541819

MOBILE – 9820667091

Documents Required – Following documents are compulsory for IELTS and need to be sent within 3 days from online registration to the British Council Office.

  • A copy of the confirmation email. The email has the Unique Registration Number from the ORS and the candidate’s Passport number details.
  • Two passport photos less than six months old.
  • A photocopy of the valid passport.
  • Evidence of Fee payment.

Business English

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Need For Business English – Technology has made the borders of countries completely irrelevant .Due to globalization , crossing border has become frequent whether it is for professional or personal reasons .Since different regions have different ways of speaking a language , it is necessary that certain standard method is developed to bring about uniformity .This led to the birth of Business English or Global English.

Business English At Anamika’s – We understand the emerging need of people and prepare them for this form of English .The theme remains the same, only selection of words is different. Business English helps those who are going abroad and will interact with different kind of people. Certain examples of Business English are…

Business English General English
This is not your cup of tea.You can’t do this.
Where do you put up ? Where do you stay ?
Can I catch your name? May I know your name?May I know your name?
It’s gonna be a terrible night today. It is going to be a terrible night today.

Call Centre Training

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Need For Call Centre Training: Call centre training is required as we all have Mother Tongue Influence (MTI) on English. This MTI makes it difficult for a listener from different region to understand the speaker. So call centre training is all about neutralizing the accent and eliminating the MTI .

Call Centre Training At Anamika’s: Call Centre training at Anamika’s introduces the listener to diction, syllable stress, intonation and practice of tongue twisters.Muscles relaxation exercises are also a part of the syllabus. Students are also exposed to vowel and consonant sounds.

Interview Preparation

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The Need for an Interview – Before getting into the details of interview, let’s first understand the purpose of an interview. Whenever company wants to hire anyone, it has certain requirements to fulfill. On the other hand, a candidate has certain skills to offer. So interview acts as a link to establish whether or not the candidate’s skills match the requirement of the company. For instance, if a hotel wants to hire someone for the front desk it will certainly look for the following credentials.

1 Physical Appearance– The person has to have an impressive look because front desk executive is the face of the hotel.

2 Well Mannered– The front desk officials have to deal with people of different background. Therefore he or she has to be courteous.

3 Communication Skill – The person should be good at speaking and should have knowledge of different languages.

Stage 1 – Preparation

  • Re-read your resume.
  • Prepare questions to ask and to be asked
  • Workout clothes to wear
  • Participate in mock interview sessions
  • Anticipate the possible questions during the interview
  • Work out a strategy for dealing with stress
  • Read vacancy details, employer’s literature – what they are and what they want
  • Know where the interview will take place

Stage 2 – First Impressions Count

  • Arrive in good time
  • Make a good entrance
  • Body language – handshake, posture, eye contact
  • Smile

Stage 3 – The Interview

  • Be yourself
  • Be honest
  • Be prepared to talk – but not too much
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for clarification
  • Illustrate your answers with examples
  • Be ready to sell yourself
  • Be interesting

Stage 4 – The Final Stage

  • Know when the interview is over – read employer’s body language
  • Thank him/her for his/her time
  • Learn from the experience – ask for feedback if necessary

Public Speaking

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The art of public speaking in which gesture, vocal production, and delivery are emphasized. In today’s world , facing audience is unavoidable . So students should get their prior experience and exposure to face those situations confidently. Many people have knowledge about different topics and issues of the progressive world. They have their own ideas, thoughts and particular point of views on certain global situation.

Such human being are intelligent but introvert and they are not expressive on special occasion. They hesitate while speaking at Public places. Though, they communicate better when they talk with their acquainted but in a group they find difficulties due to the lack of confidence of speaking with strange people. Sometimes, if they get the opportunity to speak in front of a group of known or unknown people; they stumble and shake their legs while standing. They realize that they could have spoken better on that circumstances.

As a matter of fact, millions of people feel a degree of nervous apprehension when speaking up such a situation. The fear of public speaking or performance, often called “stage fright” or “performance anxiety”. There are many causes of stage fright but the most common is that the individual lacks self confidence. Sometimes, the sub conscious mind of a speaker travels elsewhere and is influenced by other situation; so speaker is not able to focus on present scenario.

Now the question is how to get rid of stage fright? We are here to explain the best methodology to overcome on the day of your performance or before the program.

  • Re-read your resume.
  • Prepare questions to ask and to be asked
  • Workout clothes to wear
  • Participate in mock interview sessions
  • Anticipate the possible questions during the interview
  • Work out a strategy for dealing with stress
  • Read vacancy details, employer’s literature – what they are and what they want
  • Know where the interview will take place

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