JEDDAH - Wall Street Institute (WSI), the world’s premier provider of English language instruction for adults, launched ForToday recenlty, a new product suite developed using content from the Financial Times, the world’s leading provider of global business news, comment, and analysis.
ForToday is designed to help students practice their English as they progress through their standard Wall Street Institute coursework. ForToday will offer students language learning exercises developed from articles pulled from the Financial Times, with varying levels of difficulty. New articles and exercises based on global news events will be available to students each week through The Village, WSI’s online student community.
In addition to the weekly language exercises, students can participate in new language classes that focus on the adapted articles from the Financial Times. The classes give students additional opportunities to work with Wall Street Institute’s highly qualified teachers as they develop their English language skills, and to work with other students on their new language in a small class setting.
ForToday also offers Wall Street Institute students free unlimited access to FT.com, which not only allows them to keep up with global business news, but also gives them the opportunity to practice reading current news articles in English on a daily basis.
Eng. Sahal Hefzi, CEO of Wall Street Saudi Arabia Institute, said: “We are always keen to be the first who apply what is new in the field of development to encourage our students to develop their skills in English language and to applied on our world to keep pace with rapid global development in the world of information’’ – SG