English for children 9-11 years

Course: English for children 9-11 years (Odessa)

 

1398833405_detiDuration of the course in English is 6 months (100 hours). Training takes place twotimes a week for 60 minutes. Textbooks “Challenges” published by Pearson Longman. Training is conducted at our offices at: 10th April Sq 1, 4th floor, Office # 41.

 

English for Children: Level Starter (beginner)

 

Completing this level, students can communicate in the following topics:

  • Greetings, we learn names and ages
  • Introduction of people
  • Talk about their country and where they come from
  • Learn and give their phone number and name
  • Talk about their family and describe their appearance
  • Talk what they like and dislike
  • Learn time. Learn about schoolwork
  • Learn and talk about what they can do
  • Talk about daily activities
  • Give commands
  • Tell about the room
  • Explain directions
  • Invite people places

Lexis Topics to be studied at this level:

  • Furniture and school supplies
  • Numerals, colors
  • Key adjectives
  • Countries
  • The alphabet, days of the week
  • Family members
  • Music
  • Food and drinks
  • Body parts
  • Spare time activities , sport
  • Months, seasons, weather
  • Clothing
  • Simple verbs of motion

Grammar, studied at this level:

To be verbs, demonstrative pronouns this/that, these/those, indefinite articles a/an, possessive adjectives, question words, plural nouns, modal verb can,possessive case of nouns, have got verbs , Present simple tense, object pronouns, the construction there is/are, imperative sentences

Level 1

Having passed this level, students will be able to revise and consolidate what has been learned at the previous level, and to learn to communicate in English on the following topics:

  • Give personal information
  • Talk about daily activities
  • Learn about where people and things are
  • Talk about their country
  • Talk about their family and describe the appearance
  • Tell what they like and dislike
  • Learn about time
  • Learn about schoolwork
  • Learn and talk about what they can do
  • Talk about what is happening at the moment
  • Give commands
  • Learn and talk about the past events
  • Indicate the direction and learn the route and explain the way
  • Describe the objects
  • Invite and respond to invitations
  • Talk about professions

Lexical subjects revised and studied at this level:

  • School and school subjects
  • Animals (wild and domestic)
  • Furniture and rooms of the house
  • Clothing and appearance
  • Body parts
  • Months, seasons, weather, nature
  • Numbers
  • City buildings and landmarks of Odessa
  • Country, nation and parts of the world
  • Professions
  • Adjectives that describe people, feelings, objects
  • Food and Drink
  • Transport
  • Free time and hobbies
  • Family and Friends

Grammar, studied at this level:

To be verbs, demonstrative pronouns this/that, these/those, indefinite articles a/an, possessive adjectives, question words, prepositions of place, the definite article the, plural nouns, modal verbs can/must, prepositions of time, possessive case of nouns, have got verb, Present Simple Tense, object pronouns, the construction there is/are, adverbs of frequency, use of the verb love, like, hate +gerunds. The Present Continuous Tense, Simple Past Tense (regular /irregular verbs), imperative sentences, countable and uncountable nouns.

Level 2

After passing this level, students will be able to revise and consolidate what has been learned at the previous level and to learn to communicate on the following topics:

Talk about themselves, their hobbies, their family

  • Talk about events taking place at the moment
  • Talk and learn about their country, city, environmental protection problems
  • Talk about past events, learn how to retell past events
  • Learn to compare
  • Talk about future plans
  • Learn and talk about space, spaceships and robots
  • Learn to express their opinions
  • Talk about animals and pets
  • Ask for permission
  • Offer help
  • Give advice and ask for advice
  • Invite and respond to invitations
  • Express complaints and respond to complaints

Lexis subjects revised and studied at this level:

  • Housework
  • Nature, Animals, Environment
  • Space and Earth
  • City and streets
  • Tourism and Activities
  • Sports
  • School
  • Crimes
  • Professions
  • Computer
  • Theater
  • Hobbies
  • Garden and gardening
  • Stores
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Adjectives that describe the personality and character

Grammar, studied at this level:

Modal verbs can, could, be able to, should, have to, disjunctive questions, degrees of comparison, Present Perfect Tense, (just, already, yet), Present Perfect Tense, / Past Simple Tense, pronouns some/any, no. Comparison with too much/many/ enough. Present Simple Tense, Present Continuous Tense, Past Continuous Tense, comparative and superlative adjectives, Future Simple Tense (will and going to), the construction would like +infinitive, the formation of adverbs of manner, articles and the zero articles.

Level 3

After passing this level students will be able to revise and consolidate what has been learned at the previous level and to learn to communicate on the following topics:

We talk about students favorite TV shows

  • Talk about future plans
  • Discuss the life of famous people
  • Learn and talk about the events that happened in the past
  • Describe the feelings of the people and tell about their character
  • Talk about school subjects and exams
  • Learn to explain the rules and principles of household appliances
  • Learn and talk about the website
  • Describe interesting places in the world
  • Ask for help
  • Ask for advice
  • Ask for permission

Lexis subjects revised and studied at this level:

  • Adjectives to describe the character and feelings of people
  • Types of TV programs
  • Vacations
  • Sports
  • School
  • Transportation
  • Movies
  • Materials
  • Computers
  • Airports
  • Household Appliances
  • Music
  • Word formation: adjectives and nouns

Grammar, studied at this level:

Modal verbs may / might / be allowed to / must / have to / will, comparison construction,”too + adjective / adverb + infinitive, not + adjective / adverb + enough + infinitive”, the degrees of comparison of adjectives with “both, the same as, different from , as … as, less than“, the degrees of comparison of adverbs, Present Perfect Tense, / Past Simple Tense, Present Simple Tense,/ Present Continuous Tense, Present Continuous Tense for future events, Past Simple Tense / Past Continuous Tense , pronouns some / any, no, conditional sentences of the first and second type , the construction used to, verb + infinitive (gerund), questions to subject and object, the passive voice (present and past tense), the relative pronouns who, which, that, verbs of perception + adjectives.