New children’s courses
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL COURSES
This year we have decided to abandon traditional courses that teach elementary school children themes such as the body, the house, the family etc together with small grammatical phrases. In fact our new philosophy for the school year 2016/17 is ‘Enough of colours and numbers, let’s chat!’ The focus of our course this year will be to help children of between 7-10 years of age, to have their first conversations in English. Using our fun and emotionally stimulating methods, playing team games, singing songs and lots more, the children will learn how to ask the others what their names are, how old they are, where they are from, what they like and what they can do. At the end, they will put what they have learned into practice with small role-plays and they will take home the worksheets that they produce in class to have a reminder of the course content.
A COURSE FOR 5TH YEAR ELEMENTARY
This year we continue with a course which begun in 2015 which gives children in the final year of elementary school, an advantage in preparing for secondary school, starting to study English grammar more in depth than before, but still in our dynamic and entertaining way. The boys and girls will study grammar and learn how to make phrases alone, no longer merely memorizing phrases but finally understanding them.
COURSES FOR TEENAGERS
This year we have put together a stimulating and dynamic English course for teenagers and young adults, to practice and improve on their level of English in a fun and interesting way. The course consists of just eight, ninety-minute lessons, in which they will learn how to find, gather and write the news and, at the end, create a video in which they will present their news in the style of a television news programme.
The lessons include videos produced by the BBC in England, use of the internet, an interview with an English journalist via Skype, a visit to the TV studio of TV1 to see how the news is made and to be interviewed about the course. A diploma of attendance will be given at the end of the 12 hours.
A minimum level of pre intermediate is necessary to take part in the course. Days and times are to be decided.