About Kaplan International Colleges
Kaplan International students learn through the communicative method of teaching. This means that classroom time is spent on using real-world, practical skills to improve their knowledge of English. Students focus on the ftheir key building blocks of language: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Classroom activities reflect real situations, and are structured so students communicate as much as possible. If you want to get a better idea, then this is how they do it.
Some examples of classroom activities are:
- Writing an e-mail to a friend
- Role-playing a dinner conversation
- Listening to a train station announcement
- Reading newspaper articles
By learning how to communicate in these everyday situations while still in the classroom, students are more prepared for conversations with friends, traveling around an English-speaking country and conversations with new friends and colleagues.