What’s here? 5 Levels There are five levels. You are currently in Level 2. Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 You are heree! Parts Each level is divided into three parts. Each part is designed to contain approximately two months of study material. Although you have approximately two months of materials, you still need to take the Progress Test within 60 days! If you do not tak take your Progress Tests each 60 days, days your course will be automatically cancelled. Leve Level Par Part 1 Time Required (Approx Approx.) 2 Months 2 2 3 2 Months 2 Months 6 Months Content Each level contains four areas: eBook. This is the maiin content of your course and it will help you strengtthen your reading, writing, listening, and ggrammar skills in English. o Grammar. This conten ent will allow you to focus on strengthening your gramm mmar skills. o Reading. This contentt will allow you to focus on strengthening your readiing and speaking skills. o Video. This video‐base based content will allow you to focus on strengthening ng your listening and comprehension skills. o Months 1 and 2 Months 3 and 4 Months 5 and 6 eBook, Part 1 Gramm mmar, Part 1 Read Reading, Part 1 Video, deo, Part 1 eBook eBook, Part 2 Gramm mmar, Part 2 Read Reading, Part 2 Video deo, Part 2 eBook eBook, Part 3 Gramm mmar, Part 3 Read Reading, Part 3 Video deo, Part 3 Progress tests Each part ends with a progress test. These will help you gauge your progress. Level 2, Part 1 Progress test 1 Level 2, Part 2 Progress test 2 Level 2, Part 3 Final test Speech Recognition The progress and final tests contain speech recognition questions. After you record your speech it will be color‐‐‐coded. You will also see your Word Pronunciation (W) score on the questions that test word‐level pronunciation. You will see your Sentence Pronunciation (S) score on the questions that test sentence‐level pronunciation. You will see your Fluency (F) score on the questions that test fluency. Scoring is based on a 6‐point scale. Word Pronunciation refers to your ability to pronounce a word like a native‐speaker. The color‐ coded sentence will identify the phonemes in the word you did or did not say like a native‐ speaker. Sentence Pronunciation refers to your ability to pronounce a sentence like a native‐speaker. The color ‐ coded sentence will identify the phonemes or words you did or did not say like a native‐speaker. Fluency refers to your ability to pronounce a passage like a native ‐ speaker using a rate of speech that is similar to a native speaker including how a native speaker says a word, phrase or sentence. The color‐coding will identify the phonemes or words you did or did not say like a native‐speaker.. LEVEL 3 How do I move to the next level? If you get 60% or higher on the Final Test, you are eligible to Level 3. Who do I contact with questions? Tech support Please contact Tech Support with any issues. They can be reached by clicking “Ajuda”.