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									ANNEXE 1: Emploi du temps

FIRST TERM : October- December

SECOND TERM : January– March

THIRD TERM: April – June

Time table: Elementary level:

   Monday          Tuesday    Wednesday            Thursday        Friday
Elementary B    Elementary A Elementary B                       Elementary A
Elementary      Elementary   Elementary                         Elementary
B’              A’           B’                                 A’


Time table: Intermediate level:

   Monday          Tuesday         Wednesday        Thursday        Friday
Intermediate                      Intermediate   Intermediate   Intermediate
A                                 B              A              B
Intermediate                      Intermediate   Intermediate   Intermediate
A’                                B’             A’             B’


Time table: Advanced level:

   Monday         Tuesday          Wednesday       Thursday        Friday
                Advanced                         Advanced


Time table: VIP:

Monday           Tuesday             Wednesday          Thursday         Friday
          VIP1 (12h 45-14h 45)                    VIP1 (12h 45-14h 45)
          VIP2 (12h 45-14h 45)                    VIP2 (12h 45-14h 45)
Antenne de Porto-Novo:


Time table: Elementary level:

   Monday          Tuesday         Wednesday       Thursday   Friday
Elementary                        Elementary


Time table: Intermediate level:

   Monday          Tuesday         Wednesday       Thursday   Friday
Intermediate                      Intermediate


Time table: Advanced level:

   Monday         Tuesday          Wednesday       Thursday   Friday
                Advanced                         Advanced
ANNEXE 2 : Procédure d’inscription

     La procédure d’inscription comporte sept (07) étapes :

     a) Accueil et renseignements sur les offres à l’apprenant par le secrétariat
        (support prospectus).
     b) Paiement des frais de formation à la comptabilité sur présentation d’une
        pièce d’identité nationale, d’un passeport ou d’une carte d’étudiant.
     c) Retrait et remplissage de la fiche d’inscription après le paiement des frais de
        formation à la comptabilité.
     d) Envoi de l’apprenant au département d’anglais avec la fiche remplie et la
        quittance de paiement pour le test de niveau.
     e) Test et remise de la note d’admission autorisant l’apprenant à aller aux
        cours.
     f) Retour du dossier de l’apprenant à la comptabilité par le Chef du
        Département d’Anglais.
     g) Dépôt du dossier au Département d’Anglais pour archivage.
ANNEXE 3 : Modes de paiement

1- COURS DU SOIR :

I 12.000FCFA en une (01) tranche à l’inscription et au début de chaque
 trimestre pour les étudiants et élèves réguliers.

II- 16.000FCFA en une (01) tranche à l’inscription et au début de chaque
   trimestre, pour tous ceux qui ne sont ni élèves, ni étudiants réguliers.

III- 25.500FCFA en une (01) tranche à l’inscription et au début de chaque trimestre,
pour les étrangers qui ne sont ni élèves ni étudiants.


COURS DU JOUR OU VIP :

IV- 30.000 FCFA en une (01) tranche à l’inscription et au début de chaque
   trimestre.
ANNEXE 4 : English Syllabus Year I, II and III

       This syllabus is conceived to serve students of English as Foreign language in
the Beninese Centre for Foreign Languages: There are a total of forty (40) units at the
rate of 15, 15, 10 for level I, II and III respectively. It contains paper presentation and
research work exclusively for year III students who are awarded a certificate of
proficiency at the end of the course.

ELEMENTARY LEVEL

UNIT 1 : INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH

How to:
  • Introduce oneself
  • Greet people
  • Ask about and give name and nationality,

Using:
   • Question words: what, where, how much,
   • The verb to be: use in its simplest form
   • I’d like: its use

Lexis:
   Some international words, countries, hotel rooms’ numbers and prices

UNIT 2 : INFORMATION

How to:
  • Greet and introduce people
  • Ask people for information
  • Ask about and give names, titles , jobs, addresses and telephone numbers
  • Spell and pronounce words,
  • Fill in forms

Using:
   • This is;
   • Idiomatic use of to be (to be hungry, thirsty etc.)
   • My and your

Lexis:
   • Addresses
   • Jobs
   • Nationalities
UNIT 3 : MEETING PEOPLE
How to:
  • Greet friends and strangers

Using:
   • Questions with how
   • The full form of to be
   • Personal pronouns I, you etc
   • Possessive adjectives ( ctn.)

Lexis:
   • Jobs
   • Greetings
   • Formal titles

UNIT 4: FOOD AND DRINK

How to:
  • Say what you want to eat and drink
  • Offer and order food and drink
  • Talk about amounts
  • Make suggestions

Using:
   • I would/’d like/can I have …
   • Countable and uncountable nouns with a/an/some

Lexis:

   • Food and drink
   • Places where you can eat
   • Containers

UNIT 5: PLACE TO LIVE
How to:
  • Ask and talk about where someone lives
  • Look for somewhere to buy or rent
  • Describe a home
  • Say what you have

Using:
   • Simple present tense questions and answers with have and live
   • This is/that
Lexis:
   • Houses and flats
   • Rooms

UNIT 6: MEET THE FAMILY
How to:
  • Introduce people
  • Talk about your family and work
  • Ask for information about people and things
  • Talk about possession

Using:

   •     Questions with who
   •     The full form of the present simple tense
   •     With do, live and work
   •     ‘s to show possession

Lexis:
   • Family relationships
   • Work

UNIT7: SHOPPING

How to:
  • Make and respond to requests and offers
  • Ask and say where things are
  • Ask about and give prices and quantities

Using:
   • More verbs in the simple present tense
   • Questions with which
   • The pronoun one/ones with these. Those
   • How much with countable and uncountable nouns
   • Quantities with a/an/some/any

Lexis:
   • Shopping
   • Prices of goods
   • Currencies
UNIT 8: EVERY DAY

How to:
  • Ask and talk about daily routines
  • Ask about and give the time and day
  • Say when you do things
  • Talk about meals

Using:
   • Full forms of the present simple tense
   • Time phrases with in, on and at

Lexis:
   • Time
   • Days of the week
   • Meals
   • Food and drink
   • Everyday activities

UNIT9: SPARE TIME

How to:
  • Ask and talk about hobbies
  • Talk about what you like and don’t like doing
  • Ask and talk about what you are doing now

Using:
   • The verb like followed by -ing and nouns
   • The full form of the present continuous tense for present activities

Lexis:
   • Hobbies
   • Sports and activities
   • Occupations
   • Parts of the body

UNIT10: AT THE OFFICE

How to:
  • Ask about and express ability
  • Ask about and describe the availability of things
  • Say where things are
  • Ask people to do things
Using:
   • The full forms of can
   • There is/there are with countable and uncountable nouns
   • Questions and answers with some and any
   • The verb want to with the infinitive Simple

Lexis:
   • Office equipment and furniture
   • Skills and activities

UNIT11: NOW AND THEN

How to:
  • Ask and talk about the past
  • Ask about and describe holidays
      and the weather
  • Ask and talk about location
  • Express enthusiasm or disappointment

Using:
   • The full form of the verb to be in the past tense
   • Past time phrases
   • The preposition at

Lexis:
   • Holidays and location
   • The weather
   • Personal opinion


UNIT12: WHEN WE WERE YOUNG

How to:

   •   Ask and talk about the past and duration
   •   Ask for and give the date
   •   Say when and where you were born
   •   Ask about and describe education

Using:
   • Full past tense form of regular and irregular verbs
   • Preposition of time in, at, on
   • The verb to be born
Lexis:
   • School and education
   • Ordinals 1st-2nd, etc.
   • Months, years and dates
   • Towns and cities

UNIT13: EATING OUT

How to:
  • Order and offer food and drink
  • Make polite requests
  • Ask about and describe meals and quantities
  • Ask about and define dishes

Using:
   • How much /how many with countable and uncountable nouns
   • A little/a lot/a few with countable and uncountable nouns
   • Requests with can/could/would and I’ll have

Lexis:
   • Food, drink and meals
   • Describing food and drink
   • Restaurants and menus

UNIT14: DIRECTIONS

How to:
  • Ask for and give directions to places
  • Ask for and talk about facilities
  • Talk about location and position
  • Talk about distance

Using:
   • The infinitive without “to” to give directions
   • More questions and answers with there is/there are
   • Prepositions of place near, next to etc.

Lexis:
         • Shops, buildings and facilities
         • Roads and road junction
         • Directions and position
UNIT15: FUTURE PLANS

How to:
  • Ask and talk about future arrangements
  • Answer and talk on the telephone
  • Make an appointment or social arrangement
  • Make a suggestion or invitation
  • Refuse offers and apologise
  • Make people repeat what you do not understand

Using:
   • The present continuous tenses for future arrangements
   • Future time phrases next week/this evening etc
   • Let’s /how about/what about to, make suggestions
   • I’m afraid /I’m sorry to refuse invitations and apologise

Lexis:
   • Telephoning
   • The future
   • Holidays


INTERMEDIATE LEVEL

UNIT16: AT THE WEEKEND

How to:

   •   Express frequency
   •   Talk about what you do at the weekend
   •   Say how often you do things
   •   Give short answers

Using:
Adverbs of frequency never, often, once a week, twice a year etc.

Lexis:
Sport and leisure
UNIT17: NEW THINGS

How to:
  • Talk about future plans
  • Describe how to do things
  • Ask for and give reasons for doing things
  • Describe what you can and can’t do
  • Talk about how well or badly you can do things

Using:
   • “Going to” to describe future intentions
   • Can and can’t to describe ability
   • Adverbs of degree well, badly etc
   • Questions and answers with why and because

 Lexis:
  • Work and leisure, skills
   • Foreign languages

UNIT18: PLANNING TRIP

How to:
• Talk about the future and future actions
• Make comparisons
• Make suggestions

Using:
   • “Will” for spontaneous decisions about the future
   • Going to and will for future plans and decisions
   • Comparative forms of adjectives with more/ -er
   • Let’s, I’d prefer, and shall we to make suggestions

Lexis:
   • Travelling
   • Airports and flying
   • Modes of transport
   • Holiday destinations and facilities
UNIT19: SHOPPING FOR CLOTHES

How to:
  • Ask about and describe clothes
  • Ask about and say what you are wearing
  • Say that something doesn’t fit
  • Give your opinions about likes and dislikes

Using:
   • Enough and too with adjectives
   • Adjectives of degree awful, great etc
   • Expressions of preference
   • Superlatives of adjectives with most/-est.

Lexis:
   • Clothes
   • Sizes
   • Colours

UNIT 20: THE RULES OF THE ROAD

How to:
  • Describe rules and regulations
  • Say what signs mean
  • Say that something does not work
  • Give directions

Using:
   • Imperatives turn right, look left etc
   • Have to, can, can’t etc to show obligation, permission or prohibition

Lexis:
   • Road signs and driving
   • Parts of the car

UNIT 21: HOW THINGS WORK

How to:
  • Say where things are and where they should go
  • Give and understand instructions
  • Introduce a sequence of events
  • Check that you have been understood
  • Warn and advise people
Using:
   • Instruction such as push down, switch it on etc
   • Two-part verbs switch off, turn on etc
   • Sequences first, next, then etc
   • Expressions to check comprehension such as do you understand?

Lexis:
   • Machines and electrical appliances
   • Places in the home

UNIT 22: GETTING AROUND

How to:
  • Ask for and give directions
  • Ask for and give directions
  • Ask and answer questions about public transport
  • Ask for and buy tickets
  • Say how you get to work
  • Give and follow instructions on a map

Using:
   • Adverbs of frequency and the present simple tense
   • Questions and answers with how often, how long, how far etc
   • Instructions take the train, change at…etc

Lexis:

   • Modes of transport
   • Travelling

UNIT 23: COOKING A MEAL

How to:
  • Describe cooking methods
  • Give and follow instructions
  • Describe an sequence of events

Using:

   • Habitual results with if
   • Sequencers then, before, after etc with the present simple tense

Lexis:
   • Food and ways to cook it
UNIT 24: IN THE COUNTRY

How to:
  • Express agreement and disagreement
  • Give opinions about likes and dislikes
  • Say what should happen

Using:
   • Comparatives of adjectives
   • Sentences with should
   • Prepositions of the place in , on, near etc
   • Expressions of agreement/disagreement

Lexis:
   • Features of the town and country
   • Descriptive adjectives


UNIT 25: DESCRIBING THINGS

How to:
  • Describe objects
  • Ask and say what things are made of
  • Talk about dimensions, sizes and shape
  • Talk about possession
  • Report requests

Using:
   • Descriptive adjectives
   • Object pronouns me, him etc
   • Possessive pronouns mine, hers etc.
   • Questions with whose

Lexis:
   • Everyday objects
   • Materials
   • Colours
   • Sizes, shapes and dimensions
UNIT 26: YOU AND YOUR BODY

How to:
  • Ask and answer questions about your physical condition
  • Say what has just happened
  • Express doubt

Using:
   • Two-part verbs put on etc
   • Too to describe problems
   • The present perfect tense with just
   • Regular and irregular past particles of verbs

Lexis:
   • Parts of the body
   • Illnesses and health

UNIT 27: PEOPLE’S LIVES

How to:
  • Talk about your past
  • Say what countries you have been to
  • Ask and talk about past occupations
  • Say how long you have been somewhere
  • Say whether you have liked doing something

Using:
   • The present perfect tense with for and since
   • Dates and expressions of duration

Lexis:
   • Countries
   • Jobs

UNIT 28: THINGS GOING WRONG

How to:
  • Ask about describe recent events in the past
  • Describe an interrupted event in the past
  • Describe past events in sequence
Using:
   • The present perfect tense with ever
   • The present perfect contrasted with the simple past tense
   • Sequences when, after, etc

Lexis:
   • Everyday objects

UNIT 29: CELEBRATIONS

How to:
  • Say what you have and have not done
  • Check arrangements are complete
  • Introduce and greet people
  • Propose a toast

Using:
   • The present perfect tense with already and yet
   • Expressions of congratulation

Lexis:
   • Weddings and parties

UNIT 30: WHAT WILL HAPPEN?

How to:
  • Express hopes and make predictions for the future
  • Talk about possible events in the future
  • Understand and make a weather forecast

Using:
   • The first conditional with if
   • The future forms with will and going to
   • Comparatives of adjectives
   • Future time expressions

Lexis:
   • The weather Geographical locations
ADVANCED LEVEL

UNIT 31: LIFESTYLE

How to:
  • Talk about the past and present
  • Say how you used to live and work
  • Describe how often you do something
  • Describe where you live and what you have in your home
  • Talk on the telephone

Using:
   • ‘Used to’ to describe past habits or states
   • The simple present, present perfect and simple past sentences
   • Adverbs of frequency always, hardly ever etc.

Lexis:
   • Homes pastimes and furniture
   • Descriptive adjectives


UNIT32: PREFERENCE

How to:
  • Talk about your preference
  • Describe television programme

Using:
   • Verbs with the –ing form such as like/hate
   • Verbs with the infinitive form such as would like, try etc.
   • Expressions of preference: I’d prefer, I’d rather
   • Expression of agreement: so do I, nor does he, too etc.

Lexis:
   • Forms of entertainment
   • Types of Television programme

UNIT 33: ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES

How to:
  • Describe how to check in and arrive at an airport
  • Fill in a form
  • Talk about rules, necessities and obligations
Using:
   • Must, “need to” and “have to” to express obligations

Lexis:
   • Signs and Notices
   • Things you need when you travel
   • Airport and immigration

UNIT34: CRIME

How to:
  • Talk about crime
  • Describe continuous actions in the past
  • Talk about a series of events in the past

Using:
   • Someone, anyone, etc. to talk about unnamed people
   • “Did” to express emphasis and contradiction

Lexis:
   • Crime and the Police

UNIT 35: BUYING AND SELLING

How to:
  • Describe how and where something is made
  • Talk about commerce

Using:
   • Why, because and in order to
   • Expression of quantity, hardly any, several etc.

Lexis:
   • Things that are imported and exported
   • Computing
   • Countries
UNIT 36: FACTORY AND FIRM

How to:
  • Write the company profile
  • Prepare agenda
  • Run a meeting
  • Ask for floor
  • Write minutes
  • Make an appointment

Using:
   • Figures with decimal points
   • Expression to introduce yourself and someone else
   • Estimate figures
   • Each/every/all

Lexis
   •    Types of companies
   •    Different areas inside a building
   •    Words for describing and measuring spaces and areas
   •    Company departments and managers
   •    Shares, shareholders, takeovers and incentives
   •    Organization chart
   •    Agenda, report. minutes

UNIT 37: APPOINTMENT AND APPLICATIONS

How to:
  • Make telephone call
  • Apply for a job
  • Write a curriculum Vitae
  • Write official letters
  • Talk about your job,

Using:
   • Expression of advice “ought to” etc.
   • For, since with date and times
   • Would like with infinitive
   • Dates, in/from/for
   • Like and would you mind with the –ing form of the verb
   • Relative pronouns which, where, that, etc
Lexis:
Job description; job advertisement, reference.

UNIT 38: SELECTING STAFF

How to:
  • Organise and conduct interview
  • Select staff
  • Compare two things
  • Accept a job
  • Resign from a job

Using:
Rather, quite

Lexis:
C.V, official letters Careers, job titles, money and money market, computing

UNIT 39: GOING ON A TRAINING

How to:
  • Make travel arrangements,
  • Write speculative letter
  • Write confirmation letter
  • Develop advertisement leaflet

Using:
   • Possessive ‘s and informal language

Lexis:
   • Airline Flight, flight tickets
   • Training courses

UNIT 40: THE PRESS

How to:
  • Ask and talk about newspapers and the press
  • Express surprise

Using:
   • Expression of surprise: What a surprise! etc.
Lexis:
   • Part of newspaper
   • Type of news
   • Jobs relating to news

Paper presentation:
        Every student in advanced level that is year III is expected to present a paper
either individually or in a group. The topic of the paper is chosen by the student after
consultation with one of the teachers in the department. The paper should not be less
than 1000 words

Research work:
Every student in advanced level that is year III is expected to present a paper either
individually or in a group of three maximum. The topic of the paper is chosen by the
student after consultation with one of the teachers in the department. The paper should
not be less than 2500 words and it has to be defended before a jury made up of
Teachers who have experience in the matter.
ANNEXE 5

            Republic of Benin                                                                                                            University of Abomey-Calavi

      Ministry of Higher Education                                                                                               The Beninese Centre for Foreign Languages
        and Scientific Research
           ---------



                            CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY IN ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
                                                                                 N° 0000YA/mois-année


                       The Director of the Beninese Centre for Foreign Languages hereby
                       certifies that : SOKADJO Agbohoundji Sylvestre
                       Born on 20th December 1978 in CANA (ZOU) of Beninese Nationality,
                       has satisfied all the requirements of this Centre for the award of a certificate of
                       proficiency in ENGLISH LANGUAGE and BUSINESS COMMUNICATION with Grade C
                       The holder of this certificate has demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Assessment
                       Board the possession of the basic skills for reading, listening, writing and speaking effectively
                       the language for which this certificate is awarded.

                       Fait à Abomey-Calavi
                                                                                                                                              Vu par
            Le Directeur du CE.BE.LA.E.                  Enregistré au Rectorat de l'UAC, le .......…........…....sous le n°...............   Le Recteur de l’UAC


    N.B.:No duplicate shall be issued and any alteration renders this
    certificate valueless.jamais.

								
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