Level 1, the first level of our learning program, is tailored to suit the needs, learning practices and strategies of young learners aged between 5 and 7.  This is the ideal age to start a formal introduction to a second language as most children acquire the skill of reading and writing around this age.

Learner-centered content:

 

The content puts the learner in the center. This makes learning interesting, gratifying and optimizes the learner’s results.

 

Learning objectives:

 

Clearly define what our users can learn throughout the level and the knowledge they should achieve by the end of a level.

Assessment:

 

Each language skill is assessed and represented in a form of achievement, while parent and teacher dashboards provide clear visualization of the child’s scoring and progress.

 

What Types of Activities Should Users be Prepared for?

 

Apart from enhancing knowledge, our activities and games develop logic and cognition. They are based on visual recognition and listening comprehension and assess all four language skills.

Mazes, puzzles, tracing, spelling games, association, coloring activities, memory games, looking for hidden objects, True/False activities.

Our team of designers, illustrators and animators make sure our users enjoy the visually enticing scenery of the activities and storybooks.

Program Policies and Values

 

Some of the policies and values that we have considered and that we felt need to be communicated through the program include:

Inclusiveness

 

Our program is not discriminatory.  It helps create an inclusive atmosphere that welcomes all students. We invite participation regardless of the user’s race, gender, nationality, or culture. We encourage diversity and differing points of view.

 

 

 

Responsibility

 

We honor the dedication and the responsibility that our users show when doing the activities in the program. We value their effort and that is the reason why we have developed a rewarding system to recognize their results.

Expectations of success

 

We see success as any positive outcome that arises from the interaction with our learning material.
Students are encouraged to revise the material in order to achieve the learning objectives and improve their knowledge.
Students will not perceive an incorrect answer as failure or underachievement, rather
as a chance to perform their attempts again in order to become better learners.