- written over a 7 year period.
- Continually tested in the classroom for effectiveness using student questionnaires.
- Sold online to hundreds of schools and Institutions (including West Point College & US Bureau of Prisons) since 1997.
Full Country List.
- Over 14,000 copies of our children’s books published in South Korea.
Learning English Curriculum is a conversational approach to English. Our Activities stress communication in a variety of everyday situations.
Our approach to instruction is to provide activities, games and learning situations where students become so involved and engaged in the activities, they forget that they are using the language and learning English.
Comprehensive Multimedia Approach
Embedded links and QR code to video and audio files enhances lessons with an auditory and visual learning experience – includes multi-person conversations.
Benefits to your students:
A Conversational Approach to Teaching English
A conversational approach to English as a Second Language (ESL) is an instructional method that focuses on developing the ability to communicate effectively in English through conversation and dialogue. Instead of solely focusing on grammar rules and vocabulary memorization, we emphasizes real-life communication skills and encourages students to practice speaking, listening, and interacting in English in a natural and conversational way.
Meaningful Conversations in Authentic Situations
Students engage through activities such as role-plays, discussions, debates, and group projects. Our emphasis is on learning how to express oneself effectively, rather than simply memorizing and regurgitating phrases or sentences.
Focus on Conversation
By focusing on conversation, this approach helps students develop not only their speaking and listening skills but also their vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. Students learn how to use English in a meaningful and contextually appropriate way, which helps them become more effective communicators in both social and professional settings.
You Receive the Benefit our Experience
- All ESL Activities and curriculum were developed and used over a period of 7 years.
- All Activities were frequently evaluated by students using questionnaires and corrections and adjustments made as required.