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The legendary English For Tech is back! This time focusing on listening and speaking.
English For Tech
Level 2
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The course is suitable for Intermediate and Upper-Intermediate students
1
Video lessons in English, including lessons with native speakers
2
Advanced vocabulary for working in IT
3
Learn more grammar and fix more common mistakes
4
At least 10 minutes of speaking practice in every lesson
Who this is for:
Software Developers
Learn to communicate with customers and navigate through your day speaking English
IT Managers

Nail technical English and business communication
Recruiters & HR

Understand IT terms, improve your technical English, evaluate a candidate’s level of English
IT Students

The easiest way to start in IT is English!

Anna Gandrabura
English For IT Founder
When working in IT, we mostly speak English to other people who also speak English. That’s why we’ve created a listening and speaking focused course.
When working in IT, we mostly speak English to other people who also speak English. That’s why we’ve created a listening and speaking focused course.
Anna Gandrabura
English For IT Founder
Program
Module 1
Tech Stack
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in context of this module

Grammar
Gerunds vs. Infinitives

Soft skills focus
People skills: you need them more than you think

Pronunciation
Technology words

Speaking
Describe the tech stack you used in one of your projects

Result:
— You’ll know how to describe the peculiarities, pros and cons of a tech stack
— You’ll know how to justify your choice of a stack
— You’ll be able to use fixed phrases to give feedback, make inquiries, ask questions, check-in, etc.
— You’ll fix the most common gerund-or-infinitive mistakes
Module 2
T-shaped development
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of this module

Grammar
Articles

Soft skills focus
Marketing yourself

Pronunciation
Change the stress, change the meaning

Speaking
Pitch yourself

Result:
— You’ll know how to describe your skills to draw a potential employer’s or client’s attention
— You’ll have learned some helpful expressions to describe your qualifications
— You’ll have debugged your usage of articles
Module 3
Soft skills that every tech specialist needs
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of this module

Grammar
Modals (with the present tense)

Soft skills focus
How to be a good team player

Pronunciation
Commonly mispronounced adjectives

Speaking
Making offers, suggestions, and requests

Result:
— You’ll have gained general knowledge of soft skills and how to use them
— You’ll know how to avoid conflicts and misunderstandings
— You’ll have learned how to negotiate, make requests, suggestions etc.
Module 4
Keeping up with industry trends
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of the Module

Grammar
Talking about the future

Soft skills focus
Goal setting

Pronunciation
Connected speech

Speaking
Giving advice to an aspiring software professional

Result:
— You’ll know how to talk about setting your goals and priorities
— You’ll know how to express your opinion, give advice and make recommendations
— You’ll have mastered talking about future plans, events, etc.
Module 5
Tech teams vs. Non-tech teams
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of this module

Grammar
Get something done

Soft skills focus
Project management: kanban, scrum, etc.

Pronunciation
Common business words

Speaking
Coding for dummies (how to explain a complicated task with simple words)

Result:
— You’ll know how to express yourself so that you're understood by your colleagues from other departments
— You’ll know how to prove your point
— You’ll be able to explain the stages of the work process in any project management tool
Module 6
Making comments on GitHub and Jira
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of the Module

Grammar
Embedded Questions

Soft skills focus
Productivity hacks and the Pomodoro technique

Pronunciation
Internet terms

Writing
Comment on a Jira ticket

Result:
— You’ll know how to write correct and concise comments on GitHub and Jira
— You’ll be able to point out mistakes and make requests
Module 7
Leading your team
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of this module

Grammar
First and second conditionals

Soft skills focus
How to run meetings and negotiations

Pronunciation
How to pronounce problematic sounds in English (th)

Writing
Write two emails: 1) Invitation to a kick-off meeting, 2)Follow up after a kick-off meeting

Result:
— You’ll have learned useful fixed phrases for calls and meetings
— You’ll have improved your pronunciation
— You’ll have useful templates and phrases for business emailing
Module 8
Freelance work
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of this module

Grammar
Third conditional

Soft skills focus
How to create a good profile on Upwork

Pronunciation
Commonly mispronounced words

Writing
Describe your previous job experience

Result:
— You’ll have a professional profile on Upwork
— You’ll know how to describe your work experience correctly
— You’ll know how to discuss the terms and conditions of your work
Module 9
How a tech company is built
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of this module

Grammar
Passive voice

Soft skills focus
Joining a new company (how to onboard yourself fast)

Pronunciation
Tricky business terms (questionnaire)

Speaking
What is your ideal company?

Result:
— You’ll be able to talk about your company’s culture
— You’ll know how to onboard and mentor newcomers
— You’ll know how to describe what is important to you when choosing a workplace
Module 10
Working remotely
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of this module

Grammar
Dependent prepositions

Soft skills focus
Listening and note-taking during meetings

Pronunciation
Abbreviations

Speaking & Writing
Taking notes and commenting on them

Result:
— You’ll learn a set of helpful phrases for keeping in touch with your colleagues
— You’ll have practiced your listening skills and taking notes at a meeting
— You’ll know how to describe technical problems with the sound, video, etc. at meetings
Module 11
Client is on-site
Topics:

Vocabulary
Everyday language on the job

Grammar
Storytelling (narrative tenses)

Soft skills focus
Love and relationships: a computer can't hold your hand

Speaking
Role-play scenarios (showing the client around)

Result:
— You’ll have mastered small talk and informal speaking
— You’ll have learned some helpful phrases for communicating with your client
— You’ll know how to keep a conversation going effortlessly
Module 12
Job interviews
Topics:

Vocabulary
Modern idioms, collocations and words in the context of this module

Soft skills focus
Hacking a job interview

Result:
— You’ll have practiced answering some frequently asked job Interview questions
— You’ll know how to prepare for a job Interview to impress your potential employer
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How we do it
• Your own account with access to all the materials
• 60 video lessons (recorded lessons and live classes)
• Practicing the topics
• Short test after each module
• Private chat with the other students and our mentors
• Your own mentor to guide you through the class
• Certificate upon completion
It’s a 6-week course. After the course you have an extra 2 weeks to finish and get ready for the final test.
The main goals of this course
1
You’ll learn to present your achievements and navigate through everyday tasks in English
2
You’ll learn how to improve and enhance your skills and learn from authentic English sources
3
To boost your vocabulary and fix common grammar and pronunciation mistakes
4
You’ll learn how to email in English with people from other cultures and improve your soft skills to work in a team
Course creator
Аnna Gandrabura
Course creator
• Founded English For IT in 2012
• Has been teaching English for 14 years — 8 years in IT
• Works with leading European and American companies (EIS Group, Provectus, People AI, Grammarly)
• Studied Communication and Management at Stanford offline
• Holds workshops and takes part in conferences worldwide. One of Anna’s webinars was streamed to over 1000 people
Karuna
Course speaker
Karuna has been working in IT for more than 7 years

  • Started at Мicrosoft, now works with clients from all over the world.
  • Mentors Lean Coffee Speaking Club в English For IT every Friday.
  • Karuna is experienced in working with multicultural teams and cross-cultural communication
Pricing
Junior
90$ 120$
Middle
180$ 240$
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It’s a bonus for:
Our students work for top IT companies
Why did they come to learn English with us?
Simple answer - you can’t find a good job in IT without English.
But also:
To rise up to the senior level
To stand out from the competition and make it easier to get a good job with a good salary
To read professional books in English
To work with foreign clients on multinational projects
To be ready for new projects where a higher salary goes side by side with "must-have fluent English". Don’t need it now? How about three months from now?
To pass a job interview, write a CV and create a proper LinkedIn profile

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