Worldwide has great system for helping and encouraging students to self-study outside of classroom hours. It is one of the reasons our students can improve their English faster than at other English language schools.
The Worldwide School of English Learning Centre and Library is a resource specially developed for our students. Students come to the Learning Centre to address their own goals and work on their specific weaknesses.
Each student works together with a teacher to develop their own individualised study plan that targets the specific goals of the student.
Students choose the areas where they would like to improve, work at their own pace and update or change their plans whenever it suits them. Classes come to the Learning Centre once a week and students are encouraged to work here outside class hours as well.
Goal - to continue learning English after you leave Worldwide School.
Our Learning Centre/Library is a wonderful resource especially developed for our students, to address their own goals and work on their specific weaknesses. Each student works together with their teacher to develop their own individualised study plan that targets specific goals. Each student is given a Student Learning Passport in which they write their goals and record work they have done. Students are encouraged to work on this study plan after class. However, each class is also scheduled to have one hour a week of self-access in the Learning Centre. During this time teachers are expected to monitor, help and discuss study plans with their students. As well as a great range of resources in the Library itself (EFL readers, DVDs, Workbooks, Listening Practice, Worksheets for grammar and vocabulary and Spotlight magazines). There is also the Worldwide Online, the school’s LMS (Learner Management System). Worldwide Online has been especially designed for Worldwide's students. Each student and teacher has their own log in and exercises, weblinks, an index of library readers and magazines, as well as information about school activities and messages from the office can be accessed.