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Los Angeles has an amazing variety of culture, food and sports and Mentor Language Institute Hollywood students can experience it all.
Mentor Language Institute Hollywood campus is located in the bustling center of Hollywood, just a 2 minute walk from the Hollywood/Highland subway station. The Dolby Theater, Chinese Theater, and the Walk of Fame are right next to Hollywood's campus as well offering plenty of opportunities for fun!
Los Angeles has an amazing variety of culture, food and sports and Mentor Language Institute Hollywood students can experience it all. Teachers often lead field trips, both in-class and out, to local museums, theatres and sport arenas. Students have a great time hanging out together on weekdays to take advantage of all that LA has to offer!
Mentor Language Institute Hollywood offers English as a Second Language (ESL), English for Academic Purposes (EAP), and English for Specific Purpose (ESP) instruction that meets the needs of students and empowers them with a lasting ability to use English successfully in their academic, professional and personal pursuits.
Mentor Language Institute Hollywood has 4 programs (Beginner, Intermediate, High Intermediate, and Advanced). Each program has two tracks (track 1 and 2), so there are a total of 8 levels.
BEGINNING ESL - 480 HOURS (TWO TERMS)
This program is designed to introduce and develop fundamental English skills. The focus of this course is on the basic language and functions required to effectively communicate in the English-speaking world.
INTERMEDIATE ESL - 480 HOURS (TWO TERMS)
This program emphasizes the expansion and development of basic conversational functions, essential grammatical structures, and simple reading skills, including a broader range of vocabulary items.
HIGH INTERMEDIATE ESL - 480 HOURS (TWO TERMS)
This program focuses on enhancing open-ended communication skills, accurately using complex grammatical structures, and dealing with a greater variety of reading passages. The main goal is the expansion and development of students’ authentic language capabilities.
ADVANCED ESL - 480 HOURS (TWO TERMS)
This program focuses on refining fluency and critical thinking skills. The main goal is to further develop and enhance the learners’ authentic language capabilities through a variety of high-level, student-centered activities incorporating advanced conversation, academic essay writing, and analytical reading skills.
GRE®/ GMAT® – 648 HOURS (THREE TERMS)
Students seeking entrance into graduate school in the United States will need a score on either the Graduate Record Exam (GRE®) or the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT®). Students in GRE®/ GMAT® will learn essential skills and strategies for high achievement on the verbal portions of each of the respective tests. While much of the class focuses on elements common to both exams, individual attention will also be given to those parts of the test which differ.
TOEFL® – 648 HOURS (THREE TERMS)
The Test Of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL®) is a standardized test created and administered by Educational Testing Service in order to assess a non-native speaker’s ability to effectively communicate in English in an academic setting. Most American universities require a TOEFL® score for admission. Many government agencies, private companies, licensing bodies, and scholarship boards also require a score.
MLI’s TOEFL® program is an intensive look at the skills and strategies necessary to achieve a successful score on the four sections of the Internet-Based Test (iBT). In addition to classroom instruction, MLI regularly makes use of the computer lab at each campus in order to provide students with a more authentic iBT TOEFL® experience. Computer practice is given in each subject area, but there is special emphasis on writing and speaking skills.
The class is divided into the following sections:
In the Reading section, students are introduced to the ten question types presented in the iBT reading section and learn strategies to answer the questions more effectively.
The Listening section introduces students to the six question types presented in the iBT listening section. Students will learn note-taking strategies to effectively capture main i deas and details.
In the Independent Speaking section, strategies are presented to improve speaking, organization, and pronunciation. Students speak on topics that simulate actual TOEFL® prompts, and are given feedback by the instructor.
As its name suggests, the Integrated Speaking section combines speaking with several other skill groups to simulate an actual academic context. This class gives students practice at responding orally to various written and recorded material. Strategies are presented to improve speaking, reading, listening, note-taking, and pronunciation. Students speak on topics that simulate actual TOEFL® prompts, and are given feedback by the instructor.
In Independent Writing, strategies are presented to help students write standard American English essays. Students write on topics that simulate actual TOEFL® prompts, and are given feedback by the instructor.
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7080 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 314, Hollywood, CA 90028, Los Angeles
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You have until 16/12/2019 to pay the remaining balance
Full cost of the course after prepayment deduction must be paid no later than four weeks before the start of the course.