Overview - English as an Additional Language Units 3&4
English as an Additional Language (EAL) can be a challenging hurdle for all non-native English-speaking students. Whilst still sharing some content with the mainstream English curriculum, you are also expected to comprehend and infer analytical texts at a high level, as well as practise your listening and oral presentation skills with persuasive materials.
Studying English as an Additional Language Units 3&4, at TuteSmart
The TuteSmart EAL program has been specifically designed to cater for students of all levels in the subject. Further to key course content, the TuteSmart curriculum also focuses on skill development - a hugely important aspect of EAL success. In particular, TuteSmart tutors assist students in becoming proactive and thinking critically, allowing you to analyse ideas you may have otherwise missed or ignored.
Whether it be essay-writing or language analysis skills, our tutors are well positioned to help you develop a technique and understanding of the course that will see both their marks and confidence improve.
In a subject like EAL where writing style and clarity is so important, guidance can assist even the best of students. All TuteSmart English as an Additional Language students receive access to weekly classes, one-on-one help as needed, online resources, assessments, and a whole lot more. See here for full details.