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This shows that English is used globally. Therefore there is a need to be able to acquire the communication skills in this language to be better understood. It is for this reason that more than one billion people worldwide are learning English according to estimates.
“Tell me and I forget… Teach me and I remember Involve me and I learn” - Benjamin Franklin
Children learncommunicationskills at a veryearly age. Theylearn their firstlanguage fromtheir parents andpeers.
By merely being exposed to it,hearing, mimicking,playing and living it they are able to learn the language with ease.
While learning the language starts early on, this has to be sustained and nurtured in an environment where the child is completely surrounded by tools that will reinforce the learning
The home provides thefoundation of theselanguage skills, but thecommunication skillsused in speaking thelanguage continue as theygrow older and eventuallyattend school.
Today ¾ of the world’s mail is in English Nearly 36% of Internet users communicate in English English is the main language of international business, books, newspapers, science, technology, academic conferences, diplomacy, sports, and Academic Competitions• International treaties, business contracts are written in English. 80% of the world’s electronically stored information is in English
This shows that English isused globally. Therefore:• Children need to acquirecommunication skills so theyare understood.• It is for this reason thatmore than one billion peopleworldwide are learningEnglish according toestimates. Here and around the world, people are asking for better competency in English. Being able to get by is not enough.
If your child has notacquired the skills sheneeds to be able tocommunicate globally,how do you think willshe fare in the future?
It is imperative that the child becomesfluent in the Universal Language – English
Employers in today’s globalmarket want people that havenot only internationalexperience and goodqualifications that arerecognized all over the worldbut also high proficiency inspoken and written English.
Filipinos are no longer the Asian masters of the English language“It used to be that the Philippines’biggest competitive advantage in theglobal job market is the proficiencyof our skilled workers in the Englishlanguage. This advantage, however, isfast being eroded with decliningmastery of the English language.”-Andrew King, country director of IDP Education Pty. Ltd. Philippines
Decline in English = Poor use of outdated or erroneous textbooks“Students are not being taught correct English and the resources andmaterials they’re given is incorrect.” - Andrew King
Filipino children will no longer be taught English in their early elementary years... “This June, Grades 1-3 will be taught in mother tongue ” - Carmela LaPena GMA News It becomes even more important for children to learn English at the preschool level...
There are no systems in place to help preschool teachers Teachers strive to apply methods they think will bring about learning the English language but they don’t know where to begin!!!
The time to expose him more to the English language is NOW...And the schools can help a lot!
• an easy-to-use curriculum • to teach English• to groups of young children (kindergartens and preschools)
Discover English with Ben and Bella- Teaching Resource… is the answer to that need!
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Teacher Resource: Teaching through Immersive Learning This program is designed for schools to help students get the skills and language content through immersionImmersive learning helps English become second nature to Immersive learning: diving in and soaking up Englishchildren so they have communicative competency and languageproficiency
Research shows that language immersion is aneffective means of learning ANYTHING Students see, hear, feel, and live the language through expressions, hand movements and tone of voice Immersive learning: diving in and soaking up EnglishThrough immersion, learning is more meaningful and lasting.
Immersion makes learning fun and natural Using the tools of immersion in the classroom brings the “third ear” into play. This is the natural ability of the mind to learn the patterns and structure of English in an easy and effortless way.
Did you know?The longer the children are immersed inan environment, the more patterns start to emerge and be recognized The more repetition, the faster the children acquire the skill you are teaching Studies have shown that children who are immersed early are more successful in listening and reading proficiency than late immersion students.
One of the benefits of the strategyis to make the learner see the language through words, and word phrases in context .....
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• an easy-to-use curriculum• to teach English • to groups of young children(kindergartens and preschools)
Teaching Resource Discover English with Ben and Bella Feature Benefits1. Lesson Plan Book The lesson plans help the teacher: There are 100 lessons in the book • introduce and teach new vocabulary, which are organized into 20 units, • motivate students to engage in each with a different theme dialogs and conversations, The Lesson Plan Book contains the • teach songs and chants sustaining following: the interest of the learners • Front Matter- instruction • relate stories in an organized and on how to use the Lesson Plan interesting manner • organize materials appropriate for • The Titles of the different units the lesson • Appendix- where you have the • follow a step-by-step instruction on Lyrics of the song. ( A picture how to execute the lesson. of each feature may be shown)
Teaching Resource Discover English with Ben and Bella Feature Benefits2. Three (3) Sing, Dance DV Ds • Children love to sing and dance and put with 18 original songs. movement in their songs. Using this method makes learning more meaningful and more fun. Each DVD presents 6 songs in at • Retention of learning is strengthened through least 6 separate videos per song the songs and dances. These include: • Vocabulary is enriched through the new words introduced in the lyrics of the songs. • A music video starring real – life children against • Hand and body coordination is enhanced; an animated background • A karaoke version of the • Movement illustrate the meaning in the singing music video and dancing activities • Step-by-step dance • Creativity and self-expression are developed instructions presented through simple choreography of the songs by a professional and dances choreographer • Following instructions is a skill learned and developed through step-by-step dance instruction presented by the professional choreographer.
Teaching Resource Discover English with Ben and Bella Feature Benefits3. Flash Cards • Used for drills – Repetition strengthens learning • More than 400 large, full color • Repetition strengthens retention in flash cards learning • These are organized and arranged • Acquisition of vocabulary facilitates alphabetically expanding vocabulary oral expression and proficiency in the language • Learns nouns, adjectives, prepositions, verbs • Makes the learner see the whole through its parts • Can be used in identifying, classifying and organizing ideas of a different or similar kinds.
Teaching Resource Discover English with Ben and Bella Feature Benefits4. Exercise Package containing • Assessment of how much the lessons 130 Exercises have been learned; • Help strengthen skills found to be weakFour books subdivided into differentlessons as folllows: • Can be used as a springboard to a new lesson • Written aspect of the language is learned Units 1 to 5 • Understanding directions and skills in following instructions are strengthened Units 6 to 10 • Student learns to prepare, organize and execute the lessons Units 11 to 15 • Powers of observation become more Units 16 to 20 keen through the exercises • Self-confidence and independence are gained
Teaching Resource Discover English with Ben and Bella Feature Benefits 5. 18 Original Storybooks: • Children love animals. They are able to relate to them. Watch when a toddler or a young child goes to sleep, she cuddles a stuffed toy animal. This gives him a sense• Features two lovable cartoon of security. In the same manner that Ben and Bella characters Ben and Bella Should be able to build the child’s confidence to learn the language in a non-threatening environment.• Contain attractive full-color • The more colourful the pictures are, the higher the illustrations throughout interest in learning… the better the retention.• Reinforce the unit’s teaching goals • Communication skills are sharpened through mimicry, imitation, discussions, dialogues, role plays,• Reflect the unit’s general theme dramatization, retelling the story and in the application of what they have read to real life situations. • Self expression becomes more spontaneous with the acquisition of a richer vocabulary • Creativity enables the students to come up with their own stories, construct things, read, given an ending or another ending to the stories read and many more.
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