ILC Club Activities

SPEAKING CLUB

ILC Speaking Club provides you with additional speaking practice with native speaker or foreign instructors. No need to worry about grades or making mistakes anymore; just enjoy practising your English freely! What you need to do is to follow weekly schedules and visit ILC Reception to sign up for the session appropriate for your level.

 

REMEMBER!

     > Weekly schedules can be found on class bulletin boards, at the ILC or in our social media pages. (ILC Blog - https://ilcblog.wordpress.com, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).

     > Sign up is required every week in order to attend Speaking Club sessions.

     > Speaking Club sessions are not done on exam days.

     > Attendance is completely free and voluntary. 

 

MOVIE CLUB

Watching movies is one of the most fun ways to improve your language skills, particularly listening. Movie Club sessions are enriched with additional speaking practice activities about the movie you watch.

 

REMEMBER!

     > Details such as date and time can be found on the poster of each movie club session. You may see the posters at the ILC, ILC Blog (https://ilcblog.wordpress.com), Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

     > Sign up is necessary to attend each session. Please visit ILC Reception to get more information.

     > Attendance is completely free and voluntary.

Important Note: Movies Club sessions are purely educational activities aimed at helping learners improve their language skills through integrated skills tasks.

 

WORKSHOPS

ILC Workshops are popular learning activities in which our goal is to increase your awareness and knowledge in cultural, linguistic or other topics related to learning. Workshops may be conducted by the instructors of the School of Foreign Languages or invited speakers with special expertise in a given field.  

 

REMEMBER!

     > Details such as date and time can be found on the poster of each workshop. You may see the posters at the ILC, ILC Blog (https://ilcblog.wordpress.com), Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

    > Attendance is completely free and voluntary.

 

TEA TALK

Would you like to practise speaking English or Turkish as a foreign language? What about having some tea as well? Tea Talk activities are small-group speaking activities where more sophisticated topics are discussed by participants.

 

REMEMBER!

    > Tea Talk is suitable for intermediate and above students. Lower level students (Starter, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate) are requested to start with Speaking Club first and attend Tea Talk sessions when they reach at least intermediate level.

    > Only 5-6 participants are allowed for each Tea Talk session. Please visit ILC Reception to sign up. 

   

 

LET’S TALK

Let’s Talk is a perfect speaking activity for those who are looking for individualized practice opportunities. What you need to do is to visit the ILC, find the booking list at the door, pick a suitable time slot for you and write a topic you would be willing to talk about with an ILC teacher. Foreign students seeking focussed Turkish speaking practice are also welcome to book a time slot.

 

REMEMBER!

    > You are expected to meet your teacher at the ILC and do your practice at ILC Café. It is your responsibility to get to the ILC on time.

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