The Callan Method English course comprises 12 Stages corresponding roughly to CEFR levels A1-C1.
At 5 lessons a week, you will go from complete beginner to upper intermediate in 120 weeks (on average 10 weeks per Stage).
Learn English regularly. Choose how often you want to have lessons and for how long. Reserve 3, 5 or 10 lessons each week and make steady progress.
Choose the duration of your plan and use your credits to reserve 3 lessons every week.
Light Starter - 1 week (Eng)
3 lessons + EBook
Light - 4 weeks (Eng)
Light - 12 weeks (Eng)
Light - 24 weeks (Eng)
Choose the duration of your plan and use your credits to reserve 5 lessons every week.
Standard Starter - 1 week (Eng)
5 lessons + EBook
Standard - 4 weeks (Eng)
Standard - 12 weeks (Eng)
Standard - 24 weeks (Eng)
Choose the duration of your plan and use your credits to reserve 10 lessons every week. (For example two lessons a day.)
Intensive Starter - 1 week (Eng)
10 lessons + EBook
Intensive - 4 weeks (Eng)
Intensive - 12 weeks (Eng)
Intensive - 24 weeks (Eng)
PAY AS YOU GO
Buy a package of credits and reserve lessons whenever you want. These credits are valid for
6 months regardless of how many you buy.
10 Lessons (Eng)
25 Lessons (Eng)
50 Lessons (Eng)
100 Lessons (Eng)
EBOOKS FOR YOUR LESSONS
Each Stage comes with a corresponding eBook with integrated audio. Use it to revise and practice listening comprehension and spelling after lessons. You should also have it handy during the lessons.
How do the Callan Method stages equate to Trinity, TOEFL, Cambridge English, and IELTS examinations?
The comparison of Callan Method stages to the tests shown is approximate. That said, the language requirements for each of the Cambridge English tests have been covered at the Callan levels indicated.
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- Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
The Common European Framework of Reference is a guideline used to describe the linguistic competence of learners of foreign languages across Europe and, increasingly, in other countries. It is now widely used by publishers and test developers.
- Trinity: Graded Examinations in Spoken English
Trinity's Graded Examinations in Spoken English are one-to-one, face-to-face assessments of speaking and listening skills.
- Trinity: Integrated Skills in English
Trinity's Integrated Skills in English is a four skills qualification assessing students' ability to interact in English through the use of integrated reading and writing tasks and integrated speaking and listening tasks.
- TOEFL iBT
The TOEFL iBT test measures a learner's ability to use and understand English at university level. It evaluates how well the test taker combines listening, reading, speaking and writing skills to perform academic tasks.
- Cambridge English Language assessment
Possibly the most well-known tests in the world for English as a Foreign Language. They each measure a learner's ability in all the four skills.
- The International English Language Testing System
IELTS is international standardised test, jointly managed by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment. It is one of the major English-language tests in the world.
How long does it take to complete each stage?
The amount of time needed to complete each stage varies across individual students, and depends on external factors, such as quality of connection and frequency of lessons. Stages vary in length as well, so some of them can be completed faster than others. On average, the time frame for particular stages is as follows:
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What factors can influence my progress?
- Frequency of lessons
Every lesson begins with a revision of material from previous lessons. The more often you take lessons, the better you remember the revised material, and the less repetition you need. If you do less repetition, you have more time for new work and you progress faster.
- Connection quality
It's very important that your tutors and you can hear each other clearly. You need to learn correct pronunciation from them, and they need to correct any mistakes that you make. Your tutor and you will speak simultaneously a lot of the time, so it's important that there is no lag. If there are sound issues, your lessons will be less efficient and your progress will be slower.
Between lessons, you will be able to do Exercises that will help you revise on your own as well as practice spelling. If you do these Exercises regularly, you will remember previous lessons better and need less repetition.
More questions about the Courses or Plans?
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