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Is Learning English Your Biggest Challenge? These 7 Tips Will Help You

Is Learning English Your Biggest Challenge? These 7 Tips Will Help You

Is Learning English Your Biggest Challenge? These 7 Tips Will Help You When you start to learn English, it can be a challenge. However, there are some great ways for you to improve your language skills and learn about the culture of England and the UK at the same time. Whether you like movies, listening to music, or reading, we have lots of ideas for you of how you can learn English and have fun at the same time. Why is learning English important? English is the official language in a large numb... Read More
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What are the proven advantages of speaking English and being bilingual?

What are the proven advantages of speaking English and being bilingual?

What are the proven advantages of speaking English and being bilingual? We live in a global community where different cultures and languages blend together.  There are more than 6,500 languages around the world spoken by billions of people.  We can’t choose which one we are going to speak as our mother language, but we can decide which language we are going to speak as a second language.  Deciding to learn to speak English is the best choice as it is the most popular second... Read More
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 ELC Brighton and Eastbourne School of English – re-brand

ELC Brighton and Eastbourne School of English – re-brand

Exciting news from ELC Brighton and Eastbourne School of English Following the merger of Eastbourne School of English with The English Language Centre in Brighton in 2010, we have been working very closely together as one organisation with a combined experience of more than 130 years. We feel the time is now right to move to 1 common brand with 1 logo and 1 brochure to ensure greater clarity about the relationship of the 2 schools which are run by the educational charity The English Language Cen... Read More
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CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning): Expert Interview

CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning): Expert Interview

Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): Definition.   First question: can you just tell me who you are and what you do? I’m Edward Russell and I’m the Head of Teacher Training at the English Language Centre in Brighton on the south-coast of England. And you teach on CLIL, what does that stand for? So CLIL is Content and Language Integrated Learning. This is a teacher training course for teachers of English and other subjects who might be transitioning from teaching in o... Read More
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Student testimonial: Study Year Programme students from Taiwan

Student testimonial: Study Year Programme students from Taiwan

Lai Wei Jen and Chen Kuang–Tse are two Taiwanese students who are currently studying on our Study Year Programme. They have been here for 3 months and will leave in 9 months’ time. Their reason for choosing this programme is to improve their English so that they are able to enrol at universities in Brighton and London next September! So far they have been studying General English and have recently started an IELTS course in order to achieve the scores that they require. In ... Read More
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