English literacy was once known simply as the ability to speak, read and write. Today it's about being able to make sense of and engage in advanced reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Someone who has reached advanced literacy in a new language, for example, is able to engage in these four skills with their new language in any setting -- academically or casually.

The ultimate goal of literacy instruction is to build a student's comprehension, writing skills and overall skills in communication.

In conclusion there are many reasons as to why studying English is important. One is being that you sound more educated and literate, two is to communicate properly with others, and three because it is important for career advancement and respect in the business world.



  • Three months


Participants should preferably have basic communication skills, and be able to read and write.