One of the ways of determining whether an Internationally Educated Professional is at a beginner or advanced level of English Grammar is the kinds of errors made.
Most IEPs understand the basics when it comes to grammar, punctuation and spelling. Yet one of the most common errors at the advanced level is agreement errors. Beyond simple number and person errors, agreement errors can be influenced by the:
Upon reviewing uncountable nouns, indefinite pronouns, gerunds, and collective nouns, you will turn your weaknesses into strengths by identifying your agreement errors and correcting them.
Because each resource comes complete with a workbook and teaching videos, there are two components to each module of the CELBAN or IELTS Series: Nouns and Articles, Verbs and Verbals, Agreement Error, and Advanced Punctuation. There are also two versions of the workbooks: one for students and one for facilitators. Make sure you get the right one!
The CELBAN or IELTS videos are available here on CELBANPrep.info.
Getting your membership allows you to access the teaching videos that accompany each module.
Each workbook module comes with the following:
The Student Workbooks have been created for Internationally Educated Health Professionals seeking to turn weaknesses into strengths to obtain the highest level of professional communication skills.
The Grammar Essentials Series has been created not only for students but also for facilitators and peer mentors working with Internationally Educated Professionals preparing for English Proficiency exams.
There are 2 parts to each module:
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This paperback available through Amazon contains:
Final Exam (Paperback)
The Final Exam covers questions relating to nouns, articles,verbs, verbals, agreement, and advanced puctuation. There are 2 components to the Final Exam.
The stimulating graphics included in each module have been turned into posters. This resource contains full page poster graphics for all four modules: Nouns and Articles, Verbs and Verbals, Agreement Error, and Advanced Punctuation.