Language department caters for both students and foreigners wishing to learn a new language! English, French and Arabic is taught in an exclusive curriculum (aligned with IB, American, French and Lebanese Baccalaureate) through an interactive multi-functional approach. An assessment is made across four pillars of a language and then learners are grouped (or set one-to-one sessions) by their level and ‘way’ of learning.

Curriculum

The Center adopts a flexible integrated approach that combines the four language skills and its branches simultaneously. The mentor focuses on delivering the information in an audible, visual, communicative and direct manner through the use of modern technological techniques, because listening, speaking, reading and writing in one context leads to an understanding of the language in an integrated way.

Among the educational tools adopted at our center are targeted and additional applications that support the school’s planned function, as well as daily motivational media such as newspapers, magazines, self-education programs, television and radio programs, sound recordings, paintings, drawings, films, interactive board and others.

The Center has prepared “oriented worksheets and applications” to meet the needs of each skill according to their educational level, and if the student cannot possess this skill and mastery, the mentor adopts a set of “worksheets and complementary applications” to work on the same skill to enable it and develop its competencies linguistically”.

Exclusive curriculum set by top notch professors, where mentors supervise and undergo ongoing training by these professors. Kids learn in an innovative engaging technique through educational software on interactive boards. Learners have an increased motivation to study for extended period of time, deeper understanding of concepts and increased willingness to tackle difficult conversations.

Arabic Department

The educational plan is designed to include the following:

The first stage:

  1. Setting specific and clearly defined goals that the student is working to achieve in collaboration with the supervisors gradually.
  2. Preparing the student intellectually for the learning process.
  3. Encourage students in ways that are attractive and appropriate to their aspirations in order to receive information in a proper manner and facilitate its integration into the learning process.

 

The second stage :

  1. Implementation of plans directed and monitored by educational supervisors.
  2. Transition to complementary application plans to ensure the acquisition of skills and specific skills.

 

The third stage:

  1. Evaluate the skills acquired for each student at the end of each plan in accordance with a proposed assessment ladder to assess the learner’s performance of the required skills according to the different seminars.

 

Education in Lebanon is based on the system of educational seminars.

We divided the levels as follows:

  1. The introductory session: kindergarten
  2. The first episode (first primary)
  3. The second episode (primary second, third)
  4. The third (fourth, fifth, sixth)
  5. The fourth (seventh, eighth)
  6. The fifth intermediate official certificate
  7. The sixth Episode (First Secondary)
  8. Seventh Seminar (Second Secondary and Third Secondary Certificate in all branches)
English Department

It aims to nurture a genuine passion and excitement about the language. The mission is to develop reading, writing, thinking skills, effective communication and social awareness skills.

English curriculum aligned with American, IB and Lebanese.

The English department at SCORE HUB aims to work on:

  1. Motivation
  2. Substance
  3. Inquiry
  4. Independence
  5. Multiple Approaches
  6. High Standards
  7. Problem Solving
  8. Connectiveness
  9. Supportive Context

Technology integration

Through the use of technology, students see content in many forms as it comes alive with maps, hyperlinks to definitions, additional content, video production, digital storytelling, web quests, and more.

Remedial and reinforcement sessions are tailored either as an early intervention or as an intensive strengthening course for a certain weakness learner has. 

French Department

Targeted audience: All audiences: Francophone & Anglophone.

  • Level A1, A2 and B1 of the CEFR (for non-specialists: FLE)
  • Primary, complimentary and secondary cycle (Lebanese curriculum). Curriculum followed: Lebanese & French.

This course is for each person (learner, employee, etc.):

  • who identified a need during a requested task.
  • to gain access to a job
  • who wants to resume or continue his/her studies.

This course aims to acquire the basics of the language by using formal and informal basic expressions of politeness.  For instance: to talk about yourself, describe a “typical” day or professional activities, develop conversations to create the link and socialize, express an opinion, ideas, or personal feelings and much more.

This course focuses on students’ reading, comprehension and writing skills (elementary cycle) based on a variety of activities and workshops, for example on the “storytelling system”, “reading and writing”, understanding of tales, “about Phono, Catego and Ordo “, “color grammar”, etc.

This course offers links to sites, online exercises and educational games.

The courses take the form of several varied activities of progressive difficulty, alternating all that is in relation with the French language.

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