TOEFL is the final course in Wordplay’s road to success. For students who want to take the TOEFL PRIMARY test , this is the necessary course. Help students prepare all the knowledge and skills to enter the official exam. For those of you who did not participate in the entrance exam, this is the final “graduation lesson” for general reading and listening comprehension skills during your study at Wordplay. Therefore, whether it is an entrance exam or not, the TOEFL course is the measure of the “success” of students in the primary English system in Vietnam. The TOEFL Primary test is divided into 2 levels. All TOEFL Primary Step 1 is designed with development-oriented vocabulary for children. And the TOEFL PrimaryStep 2 is more demanding – towards developing communication skills. Exam TOEFL Primary Step 2 Reading & Listening including 2 exam. Reading test, Listening test. Reading consists of 37 sentences, including 01 sample question. The Listening test has 39 questions, including 3 sample questions. Total time for both exams is 1 hour.
TOEFL Course at Wordplay
Wordplay ‘s TOEFL course is designed to equip children with the necessary skills and knowledge to conquer the TOEFL Primary Step 2 test . The course was designed by Teacher Keith Tacey. In addition, throughout the course, students will be introduced to and use the Cornell note-taking method. The very effective note-taking method was developed by Professor Walter Pauk of Cornell University in 1940. Used by millions of students in the US as well as around the world. The children will be able to systemize the knowledge they have learned in the best and easiest way for future review. And practice doing lots of practice exercises and practice tests for TOEFL Primary Step 2. Practice test-taking skills such as identifying questions, allocating time, and locating information quickly. The course will include 02 tests in sessions 15 and 35. The format of these tests will be exactly like a real TOEFL Primary Step 2 exam . Thereby, parents and schools will be able to capture the pace of their child’s progress. At the same time, help the children to overcome the shortcomings in time.
Reading Skills – Academic Thinking: Students will learn new vocabulary and focus on building skills in filtering key information.
Listening Skills – Learn to block out the noise: Filter out information that complements the main information and focus on the important, necessary information to use.
Speaking Skills: Focus on saying what’s important and don’t say too much: According to the criteria: say right, say enough.
- Understand more complex sentences and less familiar vocabulary topics
- Finding and interpreting information
- Grasp the sequence of instructions
- Understands about 250 word stories and academic texts
- Locate and connect information in an entire document
- Infer and draw conclusions
If you have any questions or would like more information about the course, please contact us.