One-On-One CPEA Language Arts Course

This exclusive Language course is designed to help students cover the entire CPEA Language curriculum and prep for the CPEA. The course gives students access to a personal tutor as well as 24/7 access to pre-tests, lessons, ebooks, notes, assignments, quizzes and mock exams.

Tuition: $10 per hour.
No contracts or commitments
Billed each month
Cancel anytime with $0 fees
One-to-one tutorials are held twice weekly at an agreed time via Zoom.
  • One-On-One Tutorials
  • Zoom Sessions
  • Listening and Speaking
  • Listen to identify main ideas, cause and effect and sequential order of points.
  • Main idea - Pre-Test
  • Main idea - Lesson
  • Main idea - Assignment 1
  • Main idea - Assignment 2
  • Main idea - Assignment 3
  • Main idea - Assignment 4
  • Main idea - Assignment 5
  • Main idea - Post Test
  • Supporting details - Lesson
  • Supporting details - Assignment 1
  • Supporting details - Assignment 2
  • Supporting details - Assignment 3
  • Supporting details - Assignment 4
  • Supporting details - Assignment 5
  • Discriminate between Creole and Standard English usage.
  • Actively seek to understand other perspectives and cultures.
  • Listen to critically and constructively evaluate other points of view.
  • Listen carefully to ideas and integrate information from various sources.
  • Listen to critically evaluate what you hear.
  • Demonstrate/confirm understanding of a piece read aloud...
  • Listening and Speaking
  • Use knowledge of language and language conventions when speaking and listening.
  • Choose words and phrases for effect and to convey ideas precisely.
  • Compare and contrast different varieties of English used in stories, plays...
  • Speak confidently in different contexts and situations for a variety of purposes
  • Use appropriate features of Standard English, vocabulary and grammar ...
  • Identify features of language used for a specific purpose...
  • Discriminate between Creole and Standard English usage according to place...
  • Engage collaboratively in discussion with diverse partners on a range of ...
  • Following predetermined, agreed-upon rules for discussion ...
  • Reading and Viewing
  • Read and respond to literary and informational pieces
  • Identify and use ideas and information at the literal level...
  • Read to collect and interpret data, facts and ideas ...
  • Recognize organizational formats to assist in comprehension of informational.
  • Make generalizations, draw conclusions and provide conclusions ...
  • Read, view and interpret literary texts from a variety of genres.
  • Read to make logical inferences by citing specific textual evidence ...
  • Identify main ideas (themes) from literary pieces ...
  • Interpret words and phrases used in written pieces.
  • Compare and contrast characters or events in a story ...
  • Use various forms of visual media to interpret and gain information.
  • Writing
  • Use different forms of writing appropriately.
  • Use basic grammatical sentence structures correctly...
  • Punctuate accurately using full stops, capital letters, question marks...
  • Use technological support to enhance simple documents.
  • Use strategies to revise work, change ideas and rewrite sentences...
  • Thinking creatively, critically and constructively.
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed