World Life High School (WLHS)

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World Life High School (WLHS)

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 World Life High School has graduated 100% of its students for renowned universities in Canada, U.S, U.K and other parts of the world. The students follow the Ontario High School curriculum, with a choice of over 30 subjects available. The curriculum is able to cater for the needs of the individual student in small groups at WLHS. Alongside the curriculum, the students have the opportunity to become involved in many diverse activities and events which develop into lifelong skills and create some lasting memories. The Senior school students are supported throughout the last two years through a well-developed system of guidance that covers Emotional Well-being, Academic Welfare and Higher Education and Career Aspirations.

  • Course Calendar WLHS

  • Ontario High School  Curriculum

  • OSSLT/EQAO

  • Sample Course Outline

IELTS

This program effectively prepares students for the IELTS examination.

It includes: Teaching of test practice strategies skills for all areas of the IELTS exam. It is comprehensive and academically rigorous. The IELTS course puts equal weight on reading, writing, listening, speaking and test taking strategies. The course also covers sub-skills such as academic vocabulary, academic style and study skills, skimming, scanning, note taking, pronunciation, paraphrasing and so on. Most importantly you have over 1,500+ exercises and 25 practice Mock tests. Mock Exams under exam condition help you gain confidence for the actual exam day. Our online classes with a native speaker helps you to better prepare for the university.

IELTS examiner is present on campus and online.

 

 

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WLEC Language Bridge Program

(LBP)

8 levels of English skills development:

  • Intensive academic English language Bridge program.

  • 25 hours of classes weekly.

  • Levels 1-6 emphasize reading comprehension, effective writing, speaking and listening, vocabulary, and pronunciation skills.

  • Level 7 and 8 adds a focus on specific academic writing, such as reports, proposals, presentations, bibliographies and references.

Intense immersion, in and out of the classroom:

  • Students participate in an elective workshop, such as Pronunciation, Grammar Essentials, Social Conversation, Book Club and Idioms and Expressions. These small-group workshops focus strongly on individual practice.

  • One morning or afternoon each week is dedicated to a field trip to apply language skills to a specific situation, to become familiar with Canadian culture and explore the natural environment.

  • Students have 24/7 access to web-based language learning software.

  • Exit from each level requires the exit card of 75% achievement in their current level.

  • Small groups or one on one classes.

  • Student learning online (shorter classes but similar curriculum) can plan a visit to Canada for study tour for two weeks- visitor’s visa and stay can be arranged.

 

Strong Connection to the Community

The ESL Bridge Program is closely connected to the local community through field trips and experiential learning. Students connect with the natural environment through rock climbing, skiing skating, nature walks, and visits to regional parks and forests. Cultural activities include guided visits to art galleries, museums, lectures, theatre performances, and historic sites.

 

Exceptional Faculty

The ESL Bridge Program faculty and tutors are all ESL certified and highly experienced. Our teachers and tutors have earned Master’s degrees in language education, are licensed ESL teachers, have published ESL materials, trained other ESL teachers, and all have enjoyed working with students in Canada and across the world. English language education is our passion!

 

Making Friends is Easy:

Our program is small, yet includes students from around the globe

The ESL Bridge Program is based on modern and current research into proven methods of learning a new language. It is designed to support individual rather than communal learning, recognizing that students differ in the skills and knowledge they bring to the program and progress at different rates. The program is held at WLEC’s ‘little campus with a big heart’.

 

Placement Test

Students who do not meet the minimum language requirement for a program at WLEC LBP Program will complete an assessment and speak with the Program Director to be placed in one of ESL levels.

 

Pathway Opportunities

Level 8 students who can articulate directly can enter into a 4 week IELTS program for IELTS 7 pass. They will receive free university consultation, guided through the application process until they receive the offer in their respective Major.

 

Exam

SAT

  • Our expert teachers will work with you to make a plan, set goals, and exceed them. We now include our online SAT and ACT Self-Paced program for students from all over the world.

  • We introduce top-level learning to match your goal. Our dedicated teaching methodologies will support you and guide you along the way.

  • We have open communication through custom built apps for easy management of student progress and scheduling.

  • Our practice tools allow student to work through 2000+ practice question and 20 mock SAT Tests.

  • We also include PSAT in our planning which has lesson plan, strategies and practice tests for the prep level.

  • Our material is well tested and prepared for best results.

  • Free mock exams give you a vote of confidence before you enter your ‘Real Time’ exam room.

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Virtual School

Passion for Excellence ​​​

  • Our expert teachers will work with you to make a plan, set goals, and exceed them. We now include our online SAT and ACT Self-Paced program for students from all over the world.

  • We introduce top-level learning to match your goal. Our dedicated teaching methodologies will support you and guide you along the way.

  • We have open communication through custom built apps for easy management of student progress and scheduling.

  • Our practice tools allow student to work through 2000+ practice question and 20 mock SAT Tests.

  • We also include PSAT in our planning which has lesson plan, strategies and practice tests for the prep level.

  • Our material is well tested and prepared for best results.

  • Free mock exams give you a vote of confidence before you enter your ‘Real Time’ exam room.

Public Speaking Course
All Age Groups from 8 plus and All Levels
Basic Course Overview​

LEVELS 1-4 - 45 HOURS EACH

LEVELS 5-8 - 60 HOURS EACH

LEVELS 9-10 - 40 HOURS EACH

This class is a practical course designed to offer the novice speaker a number of opportunities to organize and prepare public speaking assignments. 

The course will also offer a “laboratory setting” where the beginning speaker can actually stand in front of a live audience and present his/her practiced performance. 

In addition to public speaking, further performance opportunities may be included in the area of public oral reading. 

Students will learn about the role of communication in our lives, the communication model, spatial relationships, delivery styles, and the effectiveness of language, gestures, and organization techniques. 

You will have reading assignments from your “unit packet” reading materials to practice intonation.

Major Units of Study

Although classroom notes will be kept to a minimum, it is necessary to present notes on six major units of study. Notes are designed to provide students with the background necessary to successfully prepare and deliver speeches. The major units of study will be:

  • Developing the Speech (topic selection, audience analysis, steps to preparing a speech.)

  • Supporting the Speech (research, source analysis, types of supporting material.)

  • Building the Speech (introductions, conclusions, patterns of organization.)

  • Writing the Speech (word and vocabulary choice, effective use of language.)

  • Delivering the Speech (verbal and nonverbal delivery, using visuals, PowerPoint, using the podium.)

  • Critiquing the Speech (critiquing others, self-evaluation, steps for improvement.)

 

Speaking Assignments:

1)     Speech of Self-Introduction

2)     Demonstration Speech

3)     Informative Speech with PowerPoint

4)     Sales Talk

5)     Public Oral Reading

6)     Short interviews

7)     Table topics

8)     Persuasive speech

9)     Humorous Speech

10)   Debate

Evaluation Criteria:

Students’ assignments are evaluated on the following grading scale:

A   100-90%

B    80-89%

C    70-79%

D   60-69%

F   59% and below

Executive Speaking Program

Learning Outcomes:

As you accelerate your communication skills, you equip yourself to lead with strength and passion- you become a powerful leader who knows how to:

Educate, Influence and Inspire!

By the end of the Executive Speaking Program you will be able to:

  • Accelerate your speaking delivery skills - physical presence, vocal resonance, and distinctive language - to help you perform in a manner consistent with your company culture and career goals.

  • Learn to use a content structure to keep you focused and on-track.

  • Adopt strategies that will help you exude a  professional image and enhance your personal style.

  • Master powerful techniques to understand the mindset of your audience, your customers, and your executive team, thus increasing the quality of your communications with listener-focused conversations.

  • Raise the bar and model a high standard for superior presentations for your audience in the workforce.

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VISA & Study Permit Service

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You need to have a number of documents before you come to Canada. ​

Use our pre-arrival checklist to ensure you are ready to cross the Canadian border and begin your studies here.​

Do you have your…

  • Passport?

  • Letter of acceptance from World Life Education Centre

  • Study permit?

  • Temporary resident visa 

  • Financial Statement

  • Payment receipt from WLHS

  • Documentation for your family (if they are moving with you or plan to visit you)?

  • Do you have your guardianship?

  • Medical insurance?

  • Housing information?

  Contact us for all the processes and procedures!

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Homestay Service

 Homestay Service 

Living with a host family can provide you with a sense of home and security as you start your new life in Canada. Host families normally provide a private, single-occupancy room, and serve one – three meals per day and internet access.

A host family can also often answer questions about the city, introduce you to Canadian culture and customs and share mealtimes with you. Shared accommodation may be an option, and also room-only options (without meals) may be possible. Students living in homestay accommodation should expect to travel 30 – 50 minutes by bus or train in order to reach the school. This is a normal commute time in Canada.

Extracurricular Activities
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