Curriculum & Assessment

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  • Learn English through speaking, listening, reading, and writing in small interactive classes.
  • Improve both fluency and accuracy through classes that emphasize active participation and communication.
  • Strengthen grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation skills through dynamic, hands-on exercises.
  • Practice speaking and understanding at the beginning and elementary level, while also developing reading and writing skills.
  • Focus on writing and reading strategies at the intermediate and advanced levels, while also improving speaking accuracy and expanding vocabulary.
  • Prepare for university through essay writing, class presentations, group projects, and peer collaboration.
  • Enjoy cultural exchange with students from around the world.
  • Explore a friendly, interesting, and beautiful New England community.
Sample IEP Daily Schedule: *
9:00-12:00English in use with focus on communicative grammar and vocabulary
1:00-2:30Integrated academic skills with focus on reading and writing
2:30-5:30 (optional) Access to multimedia computer lab with free Wi-Fi, free English classes with teachers in training, private tutorials for an additional fee
*On Fridays, classes end at 12:00 noon.


Student performance is measured through tests, writing samples, homework, classroom participation and ongoing teacher and self-evaluations. Students who show satisfactory progress and attend at least 80% of classes receive a certificate of completion. Levels at ILI are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Students in University Pathways Program receive a recommendation for an ILI Partner School upon achieving competency in B2 CEFR, which correlates approximately to TOEFL iBT 80+ and IELTS 6.5+.