Online Evening Course
20.00- 21.30 (UTC+1)
Start : 03.03.2022
Finish : 07.06.2022
56 Lessons/ 14 Weeks
2 days / week
2 lessons/ day
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) describes B1 learners as independent users of the language, i.e. those who have the necessary fluency to communicate without effort with native speakers. The CEFR is a globally recognized language system that defines and explains the different levels of oral and written expression and comprehension for languages, including English. It consists of 6 levels of reference: three blocks (A or basic user, B or independent user and C or proficient user), which are in turn divided into two sub-levels, 1 and 2.
What language competences characterise a B1 level learner in English? According to the CEFR, the learner:
The intermediate step-by-step curriculum is designed to help students to continue to build and expand their knowledge of English. The B1 level is broken up into two courses (B1.1 and B1.2) of 72 double lessons each for a total of 144 academic hours.
Rhenus Language Academy uses a large library of digital ESL Lessons, which are interactive making classes dynamic and fun.
Our lesson library includes lessons focused on speaking, reading, listening, grammar, idioms, and much more!
All Rhenus Language Academy students get access to our ESL Student Management System to complete Homework Assignments, review Lesson Summaries and track their Progress. Our ESL Student Management System can be accessed from any connected device including laptops, smartphones and tablets.