03 CPEA Language 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: $100 per month
Zoom Sessions: Tuesdays and Thursdays @ 5:00pm to 6:00pm
No contracts or commitments
Billed each month
Cancel anytime with $0 fees
  • 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.
  • Spelling
  • Spelling Test 1
  • Spelling Test 2
  • Spelling Test 3
  • Spelling Test 4
  • Spelling Test 5
  • Spelling Test 6
  • Spelling Test 7
  • Spelling Test 8
  • Spelling Test 9
  • Spelling Test 10
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed