Teaching English as a second language requires an acute understanding of the rules that govern language use, as well as an awareness of the socio-linguistic profile of the learner. Success Manthra’s courses take both aspects into consideration and the result is a collection of language enhancement programs that transform indifferent language learners into motivated ones.
All Success Manthra English Language courses are built on the guidelines provided by the CEFR: The Common European Framework of Reference, which is “designed to provide a transparent, coherent and comprehensive basis for the elaboration of language syllabuses and curriculum guidelines, the design of teaching and learning materials, and the assessment of non-native language proficiency.”
The CEFR describes non-native language proficiency at six levels: BASIC : A1 and A2, INDEPENDENT: B1 and B2, and PROFICIENT: C1 and C2. Studies have shown that a large number of the students at the tertiary level in India are either at or below the A1 - A2 level of proficiency.