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Structured Study Options

Posted by Kaplan Aspect Staff on Tuesday, December 2, 2008 Under: Structured Study

Ellis: Computer-based program with hundreds of practice activities at all levels.  Ellis offers testing, ongoing assessment, skills and grammar-based exercises at a wide range of levels.

Portfolio Hour: All students can receive a Student Portfolio to plan their course and track their progress.  In addition to the portfolio, students can bring homework or work on the Study Menus or PLAs.

Study Menu: Designed to provide structure and support to students’ work outside the classroom.  These Menus include Grammar, Vocabulary, Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking and Pronunciation.
Practical Learning Activity: Provide students with the opportunity to use and practice their language skills in the real world.

Q&A Teachback: Is a question and answer session designed to give students extra help on difficult topics.

Study Club: Designed to allow students the opportunity to enhance their speaking skills on a topic of their interest.  Current clubs are Drama, Film and Poetry.  Occasionally on Fridays, Robert will conduct a workshop covering various topics such as resume writing, surviving NYC, etc.  If you have ideas for a new study club, please TELL US!  

Coffee Talk: Is a conversation hour where students can ask questions about Kaplan Aspect programs, immigration, NYC and/or discuss certain topics such as current events in the news, popular activities/events in NYC, etc.

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