English for Law in Vancouver - Sample Timetable

Aimed at qualified barristers and solicitors, junior lawyers, law students and legal secretaries.

English for Law is offered as one-to-one private Platinum English language Course for Professionals. You can choose a private Platinum course with 15, 20, 25, 30 or 35 one-to-one lessons a week. This course can be combined with mini-group General English and/or Business English Platinum courses. In this case, we recommend a combined Platinum Plus course. You will learn General and/or Business English in mini-group with other executives and professionals and English for Law in private classes (you can choose 1, 2 or 3 one-to-one lessons a day in addition to the group Platininum classes). English for Law is also available as a closed mini-group course for 3 to 5 students arriving together.

Lesson Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:00- 10:50 Skill: Speaking / Listening
Professional profiles.
Language assessment.
Grammar review.
Fine-tune course content
Input: Vocabulary & Language of Presentations.
Skill: Speaking / Listening
Presenting your case, language of persuasion, diplomacy. Summarising and concluding.
Skill: Speaking Listening
TV Courtroom
Expressing facts & sequence of events
Reporting verbs
Reported Speech
Remedial pronunciation work.
Group videoed discussion
Skill: Speaking Listening
Meetings and Negotiations. Chairing, participating & contributing. Giving / asking for opinions. Turn-taking & interrupting. Summarising & concluding. Discussion based on previous day's Court visit.
Company Law - Case Study
Input: Vocabulary
Skill: Listening to short DVD presentation. Note-taking, group discussion. Oral and written consolidation of week's vocabulary, function and grammar.
11:10- 12:00 Topic Lesson
Input: Vocabulary
Skill: Reading / Speaking
Discussing case report and/or statute
Input: Grammar
Remedial work based on presentation.
Interrogative forms, Passive voice.
Skill: Speaking
Language for clarifying, rephrasing, checking & confirming information
2nd and 3rd Conditional for expressing hypothesis
Skill: Speaking / Listening
Video recording of prepared individual Presentations of group members (individual case studies/law reports)
12:10- 13:00 Skill: Speaking
Fluency practice, feedback and remedial work on grammar and pronunciation
Contract & Company Law
Input: Vocabulary
Legal language, terminology & word families.
Role Play: The Law Firm
Debriefing colleagues
Possibilities v Facts
Skill: Reading & Writing
Legal documentation
Plain English v Legalese
Continuation of above.
Remedial grammar and pronunciation.
Group Lunch


13:50- 14:40 Skill: Listening
TV Courtroom programme:
Learner training: Using a mono-lingual dictionary, vocabulary files, storage and retrieval Visit to Law Court Skill: Speaking
Language of possibility, certainty. Modal verbs, passive voice.
Skill: Speaking
Group viewing of videoed presentations.
14:55- 15:45 Skill: Speaking
Summarising information, comparing data, agreeing and disagreeing
Skill: Reading & Speaking
European Law &
Human Rights
Visit to Law Court Professional visit to Legal Institution.
Exploring legal resources
Social English practice
Group discussion on performance.
Error analysis and oral feedback. Advice for further study.
Farewell party

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