Other Language Courses

Dynamic continually develops its syllabus and curriculum in accordance with new developments in the world of language teaching and learning, as we strive for excellence in all we undertake.

Discover a World of Languages

Since the Ministry of Education, Malaysia, approved our language courses on 28 February 2000, we have continually developed our syllabus and curriculum in accordance with new developments in the world of language teaching and learning, as we strive for excellence in all we undertake.

We strive to develop our learners’ language skill in the areas of speaking, listening, reading and writing. We recognise that language takes place with the context of culture. Students will be introduced to cultural aspects of the language throughout different stages of the courses.

All our languages are offered at six levels, from beginner to advanced. The chart below illustrates how our levels relate to international benchmarking standards.

Class available only for Chinese, Japanese & Korean
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Classes are 4 months syllabus, once in a weekdays.

Comparison of Language Proficiency Levels

Key:
FSI/ILR: Foreign Service Institute / Interagency Language Roundtable Scale
ACTFL: American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Proficiency Guidelines
CLB: Canadian Language Benchmarks
DLC: Dynamic Language Centre Scale

FSI/ILRACTFLCLBDLC
5
(functionally native proficiency)
superiorstage III:
advanced
level 7superior
4+
(advanced professional proficiency, plus)
superiorstage III:
advanced
12level 6advanced high
4
(advanced professional proficiency)
superiorstage III:
advanced
11advanced
3+
(general professional proficiency, plus)
superiorstage III:
advanced
10level 5upper intermediate high
3
(general professional proficiency)
superiorstage III:
advanced
9upper intermediate
2+
(limited working proficiency, plus)
advanced highstage II:
intermediate
8level 4intermediate high
2
(limited working proficiency)
advanced midstage II:
intermediate
7intermediate
2
(limited working proficiency)
advanced lowstage II:
intermediate
6level 3pre-intermediate high
1+
(elementary proficiency, plus)
intermediate highstage II:
intermediate
5-6pre-intermediate
1
(elementary proficiency)
intermediate midstage I:
basic
4level 2elementary high
1
(elementary proficiency)
intermediate lowstage I:
basic
4elementary
0+
(memorized proficiency)
novice highstage I:
basic
3level 1basic high
0
(no proficiency)
novice midstage I:
basic
1-2basic
0
(no proficiency)
novice lowstage I:
basic
1beginner