Centre for Continuing Education

Thai Course 304 (Level 12)

Thai. Learn Thai with us.

Level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

Continue to develop your formal and informal conversation skills in a variety of situations and life experiences. This course will include the exploration of current affairs and history, and the sharing and expressing opinions through current media. We will practice reading, comprehension, pronunciation, definitions in passages and news articles from newspapers and Internet, as well as proverbs and songs to give cultural insights. Each reading has a vocabulary list where new and difficult words are introduced. It also includes writing short summaries and written answers from reading articles.

Outcomes

By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • describe things you like to do when you are at home
  • exchange thoughts on your favourite restaurant, it’s location and suggested types of food that you have ordered
  • deliver a presentation using expressions to exchange conversation with staff at a hotel
  • describe styles of clothing that you like or dislike
  • gain insight through discussion about the history of Thai people and Thai food in Australia.

Content

This course covers the following topics:

  • things that you like to do when you’re at home
  • eating out with friends, types of restaurants, locations, favourite food, drinks
  • useful expressions when staying in a hotel
  • styles of clothing and dressing up – likes and dislikes
  • the history of Thai town in Sydney and popular Thai food in Australia.

Intended audience

Suitable for finishing B1 level students, those who have completed all levels of Thai up to 303 or those who have completed 270 hours of recent face-to-face tuition.

Delivery style

Delivered as a series of interactive workshops where active participation is encouraged.

Prescribed text

None

Please Note

Selected Language and Culture courses that teach spoken language may include use of language immersion (course instruction in the selected language) as part of the training strategy.

Features

Language courses are offered in four terms each year during January, April, July and October.