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ACE course starts 24 Feb in Hong Kong!

ACE course starts 24 Feb in Hong Kong!

Each lesson centres around a Bible passage rich with idiomatic expressions or literary devices. At the same time It carries a specific theme (e.g.temptation, love) to stimulate meaningful discussion among students. Each lesson lasts from 1 to 1.5 hours depending on the depth of discussion. Students generally become more interested in the English language, the Bible and Christianity after attending the course, according to our survey. Their creativity in using the language is also greatly increased.

Your deposit (HK$200) will be refunded after you attend 8 classes. If you finish 8 out of 10 classes, you will also be awarded a SELBL certificate.

Teachers are mostly welcome to inspect our class if they plan to implement the course at their schools or churches.

Requirements: Intermediate level of English (High school or above) is expected.
Date: 24 February 2011 (Taster session) for 10 weeks
Time: 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Venue: International Christ Church, 10/F Ford Glory Plaza, 37-39 Wing Hong Street, Lai Chi Kok (MTR Station Exit C), Kowloon, Hong Kong

How to Register:

Please email your name and contact number  to wallace@selbl.org. Please bring a deposit of HK$200 on the first lesson (fully refundable after attending 8 classes) You can decide whether to fully register the course or not after the taster session on 24 February 2011.

More details are found in the course flyer below.
ACE course registration form and flyer

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