Teddy Eddie SCHOOL
6 -7 years
Children use full sentences in conversation, retell stories and start to communicate in natural situations. They learn an abundance of words, sentences and phrases and start to use them spontaneously outside the classroom. They will read their first texts in English!
- for beginners and students continuing their language education
- age: 6- to 7-year-olds
- lessons: 45 minutes twice a week
- groups: up to 10
- Student’s Book
- Parents’ Guide
- access to the Playground App
- Teddy Eddie case
- Secret Booklet
- certificate and end-of-the-year gift
Who is Teddy Eddie SCHOOL course for?
By extending Teddy Eddie course portfolio with the SCHOOL level, we wanted to meet the needs and expectations of children who start attending primary school. We wanted to be sure that English for a 7-year-old is both fun and constitutes an important element of developing early language awareness and motivation that will pay off in the following years of learning. That is why our Teddy Eddie has turned into a Superhero so that English for the first graders can be associated with the fact that… linguistically children can do anything, because Teddy Eddie gives them super powers!
Communication in English for a 7-year-old is interspersed with properly selected elements of global reading as well as language games, which guarantee success – not only at school! The language spoken by children and teachers is still English during all Teddy Eddie lessons. Activities and tasks are only a complement to the whole course, carefully designed by our methodologists.
It can only help if learning English isn’t limited to the material discussed at school. Wisely smuggling English into a house is possible thanks to funny games which are beneficial for a child. How to do it? It’s very easy! Can mom and dad help, even if they don’t speak English? Of course! Our Parent’s Guide, Playground app and recordings (included in the Education Pack) are the guidance for parents.
If a child has just began primary school, one more method of revisions of English at home may be tried out. All you need to do is find out what the topic of the last lesson was and refer to it during ordinary everyday activities. For example, if your child learns food-related vocabulary, you can try asking him/her at the dinnertime: What is it? What do you like? What you don’t like? – of course in English. These questions will combine theoretical knowledge with real life English, which will provide your child real motivation to continue learning.