A dynamic course which gives our students just the boost they need to become more confident in their language skills. Our courses place a lot of emphasis on fluency, and our teachers use discussions, debates, games, role plays, as well as authentic learning materials appealing to groups. Classes also revise and build on previously learnt grammar and develop students' vocabulary.
- 4 lessons per day
- 20 lessons per week
- 5 days a week (Monday to Friday)
- 1 lesson = 45 minutes
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Mark Heagney (B.A., Head teacher) lived and taught English in Japan and California before returning to his native Boston as the Head teacher in Boston. Mark’s depth of knowledge of the TOEFL examination and his sense of humor combine to help his students relax so they can reach their potential and get the score that they are aiming for. He is energetic and focused on giving the most to his students. Among other things, Mark enjoys reading, listening to music and going out to eat with friends."
Rebecca Pence (B.A.) graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Classical Civilizations. Prior to joining GEOS, she lived and taught abroad for 6 1/2 years in Egypt, Vietnam, and Saudi Arabia. She is fond of reading, dancing, and meandering in Boston's many historic cemeteries
Alison Yong studied English language and literature as well as education and child study at Smith College. After graduation, she combined her interests and accepted a year-long Fulbright award to teach English on Kinmen, an archipelago of Taiwan. She spent last fall in Taipei, studying Mandarin at the National Taiwan Normal University. Alison is originally from Newton, and she is pleased to both return home and continue teaching English. She enjoys reading, studying Chinese, and visiting tea houses.
Colette Auger graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in Public Communications. Prior to joining GEOS, she lived and taught English in Vietnam. She enjoys cooking and hiking.