English Classes for Asylum Seekers
English Program for Asylum Seekers and Migrants
Whilst adjusting to a new culture and a new society, many migrants and asylum seekers often find themselves challenged with the language barrier. Unable to express themselves properly, they prefer solitude to sociality. Such impediment hinders and prolongs their integration with the Australian community.
This course is dedicated to asylum seekers and migrants, who are in the elementary level with no or limited English skills. Students of this course will learn basic everyday communication skills, and they will increase language proficiency in four areas including reading, writing, speaking and listening.
After this complimentary 20 week course, students will grow as independent individuals who are willing to partake in the Australian community confidently.
This unit consists of 10 topics:
1. Introducing yourself.
2. Understanding spoken information.
3. Asking for information about places.
4. Talking about past events.
5. Understanding different directions and signs.
6. Talking to the doctor.
7. Reading instructions.
8. Reading advertisements.
9. Reading a recount.
10. Writing a recount of special events.
Mrs Gulten Akbar
Master of Teaching
On Fridays, between 10 am to 12 pm.
20 weeks complimentary course.
Course starts on Fri, 13 Feb 2015.
Australian Relief Organisation
Unit 2, 10 Newton Street South, Auburn NSW 2144
For more information and registrations
Call 02 8065 8469 or email firstname.lastname@example.org