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    English as a Second Language.

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    Class Overview

    English as a Second Language

    Primary, Intermediate, and Secondary (Ages 5-19) (Level 2-Level 8)

    The curriculum is fun and engaging! Sourced from VIPkid!

    Supplementary Subjects
    Book Report
    Free Talk
    Health and Sports
    Story Time

    TOEFL Primary

    5 Years old and above


    Just give your best effort!


    Curriculum for this class

    Interactive Level 2 Introduction

    Learning Objectives in Each Stage / t Level 2 Units 1 - 3 Level 2 Units 4-6 Reading: Student recognizes letters of the alphabet and is able to identify some letter sounds. Can blend CVC words with the short “a” and “short “o” sound. Speaking/Listening: May produce very basic introductory greetings, but lacks the ability to answer questions with more than one word. Frequently repeats after the teacher. Knows basic classroom commands and basic subject/verb sentence structure. Reading: Knows phonics sounds of each letter of the alphabet and is able to blend initial consonants with vowel-consonant blends. Reads with some difficulty and needs more review/practice to be a confident reader. Speaking/Listening: Answers with one- word responses or fragments. Can repeat complete sentences. Can simply discuss family members and what he/she likes to do with his/her friends. Reading: Is able to read simple sentences with CVC words easily. Can sort rhyming words. Speaking/Listening: Replaces nouns with pronouns and exhibits correct pronoun/verb agreement. Can use conjunctions to make compound sentences. Can use prepositions to describe an object’s location. Can describe his/her neighborhood. Can use negatives to describe actions and things. Level 2 Units 7-9 Level 2 Units 10-12 Reading: Can read CVC words fluently and begins to read words with beginning and ending digraphs. Speaking/Listening: Student answers in complete sentences. Can use simple present, present progressive, and simple past tense when speaking. Student understands and uses basic vocabulary for weather and seasons, and knows the names of farm and wild animals. Student can distinguish between nouns and verbs in a sentence.

    Interactive Level 2 consists of 12 units, each unit containing 12 lessons broken down into learning cycles of 6 classes each. The phonics goals in Interactive Level 2 start with letter/sound recognition and move to reading words with digraphs (/sh/, /wh/, /ck/, etc.) Reading goals include reading phonics readers with various strategies (known high frequency words, finger tapping, etc.). Grammar skills such as plurals, subject pronouns, capitalization, and prepositions are studied in Interactive Level 2. As with other major course levels, lessons 6 and 12 are assessment lessons. Students are required to present a final project at the beginning of lesson 12. Students are first introduced to the project options during lesson 5, then again in lessons 6 and 11. Target Description ① Vocabulary 164 vocabulary words Vocabulary words are introduced and reviewed in many different situations throughout the curriculum. ② Sentence 119 sentence patterns Use and understand sentence patterns introduced in a variety of ways. ③ Letter Recognition 26 letters Name and recognize all big and small letters of the alphabet ④ Phonics Sounds 26 letter sounds and 11 digraphs Identify and produce the phonics sound of all letters of the alphabet, including long and short vowels. Blend sounds together to create three letter words. ⑤ HFW 72 high frequency words Recognize and read high frequency words from memory. ⑥ Grammar 14 grammar rules Learn the basic grammar rules and try to apply them. ⑦ Verbs 81 verbs Be able to understand the meaning of the verbs and apply them in a simple sentence. ① Vocabulary: A body of words used in a particular language. Vocabulary is taught through memorization and prompted with a series of context clues, songs, games, and teacher-led physical actions or activities. ② Sentence Patterns: Sentence patterns are question and answer structures that allow the teacher and student to focus on scaffolding language learning from grammatically easy to more difficult. VIPKid teachers encourage the students to truly use, not only memorize, the sentence structures by asking a sentence with the same meaning in many different ways. This allows the VIPKid student to truly transfer classroom language to real life. ③ Letter Recognition: Letters are the building blocks of the English language. Students learn the name, formation, uppercase and lowercase forms for each letter. ④ Phonics Sounds: Individual phonemes are the smallest unit of sound in speech. Students learn that each letter represents a particular sound. Blends and digraphs then combine phonemes to create a single sound. ③ HFW: High frequency words, or sight words are words that appear most often in printed text. These words generally have little meaning themselves, but are vital to the meaning of a sentence. The opposite of phonics, these words are taught through memorization. ④ Grammar: Grammar is the analysis of the structure of a language. Grammar skills help students create. ⑤ Verbs: Verbs are the part of language that express action. In English, verbs can be quite tricky as they change form in the present, future, and past tenses. A rich knowledge of verbs enables the speaker or writer to express themselves more clearly and accurately.


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    Yes, please click ‘Scheduled Classes’ to cancel or reschedule. You can change your class time as many times as you wish, as long as it is not within 24 hours of the scheduled time.

    How are units/classes organized?

    The curriculum follows that of VIPKid. Each unit has a total of 12 lessons. The first five lessons are followed by an assessment or review. Lessons 7–11 are then further taught in sessions, followed by a final assessment that covers all 12 lessons.

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