-To extend and consolidate a great variety of students' language skills in the context of computing and information technology.
-To consolidate and develop all-around practical language skills of the appropriate use of English computing terminology, language forms and functions.
-Reading: to develop the skills of reading for information and to introduce new content from a variety of authentic IT texts.
-Listening: to develop the ability to understand native speakers with various language accents talking about IT. Listening to monologue and dialogues speeches.
-Speaking: to develop the ability to participate in exchanges of information and opinions in the context of IT. To develop the ability to explain the features of computing, and to advise on IT problems.
-Writing: to develop writing skills of instructions, descriptions, explanations and formal letters about the course topics.
-Language use: to consolidate and extend the students' understanding and use of structures and functions of English common to IT. To encourage more natural use of newly learned language.