The TOEIC Speaking Test assesses the English-language skills that are used in daily life and the workplace. Test takers have to respond to questions and scenarios in spoken language.
This course provides eight (8) sessions divided into 4 sessions of 1:1 and 4 sessions of 4:1 group classes. Its’ goal is to prepare the learners for the actual TOEIC Speaking examination by enhancing their ability to respond in spoken language.
|Regular Class (8)||1:1 class (4 sessions)|
|4:1 class (4 sessions)|
|Elective Class (3)||Morning Class
- In general, TOEIC Speaking is focused on practicing dialogues, conversations, and initiating discussions that are contextualized in business situations rather than doing a casual conversation.
- TOEIC Speaking module offers two classes- Preparatory Module and Score Improvement Module.
- If only 1 student qualifies in a given Test Module class, he/she is provided with 6 sessions of 1on1 class only. Currently, we give complete 8 sessions if there are at least 2 students in a group.
Test Details and Score Chart
The table below presents the different parts of a TOEIC Speaking test, the number of question/s for each part, the task to be performed by the test taker, and the corresponding criteria for evaluation.
|1||1-2||Read a text aloud||Pronunciation Intonation and Stress|
|2||3||Describe a picture||All of the above, plus:
|3||4-6||Respond to questions||All of the above, plus:
· Relevance of content
· Completeness of content
|4||7-9||Respond to questions using information provided||All of the above|
|5||10||Propose a solution||All of the above|
|6||11||Express an opinion||All of the above|
The table below shows the different score scopes and proficiency levels.
|Score Scope||TOEIC Speaking Proficiency Level|
|0 – 30||1|
|40 – 50||2|
|60 – 70||3|
|80 – 100||4|
|110 – 120||5|
|130 – 150||6|
|160 – 180||7|
|190 – 200||8|
|Study Duration||Level||Purpose and Description|
|4 weeks per level||1||• Introduces the students to different passages/articles and aides them in answering questions related with grammar.
• Familiarizes the learners with the basic question types encountered in the listening test
|2||• Enhances students’ reading and listening skills needed in answering the given questions in each part of the test to help them achieve their target score.
• More application of fundamental skills acquired in the Basic level through practice tests.
|1:1 (45 minutes)||TOEIC Speaking (Parts 1-3)||This class presents the strategies in answering questions 1 – 3, enabling students to apply these in completing the given task. The chapters include reading aloud, describing a picture and answering short questions.|
|1:1 (45 minutes)||TOEIC Speaking (Parts 4-6)||Helps students analyze each question type and provide them with strategies in answering questions 4 – 6 that include answering questions based on itinerary, proposing solution and giving an opinion.|
|1:1 (45 minutes)||Reading(Part 1)||Geared towards improving student’s pronunciation and accent to aid them in the Reading Aloud part of the test.|
|1:1 (45 minutes)||Odds and Ends||This is a one session class where students can choose from a list of books, depending on the four macro skills (Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking) that they want to improve more on.|
|4:1 (45 minutes)||TOEIC Speaking Patterns and expressions||Focuses on specific patterns necessary to use when responding to each question.|
|4:1 (45 minutes)||Speak Up||A group discussion class where application of patterns and vocabularies learned from the patterns class are ensured to be utilized in the interactive discussion of certain topics.|
|4:1 (90 minutes)||TOEIC Speaking Tactics||This is a two (2)-session group class where the technicalities of the test are learned and the complete test parts of TOEIC Speaking are tackled in a comprehensive and detailed manner. Practice tests are provided weekly in this class.|
|Examination Offered||🗸 Initial simulation test – on the first day of the term (for base score)
🗸 Final simulation test – given on the 4th week of the term
🗸 Weekly in-class practice tests (every Friday)
Sample Class Schedule
The table below illustrates the typical schedule of a student enrolled in TOEIC Speaking Module Class.
|The beginners’ course
Power ESL course +
|TOEIC Speaking A
Target: Above lv.4
|TOEIC Speaking B
Target: Above lv.5
|07:20 – 08:05||Morning listening option class|
|08:10 – 18:00||· Regular class subjects for 8 sessions a day during weekdays
TOEIC Speaking A
TOEIC Speaking B
TOEIC Speaking Reading
Odds and Ends
TOEIC Speaking Tactics
TOEIC Speaking Patterns
|17:30 – 19:00||Dinner|
19:00 – 19:45
|Self-Study or Option Class|