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Teens is a Digital English course designed for teenagers, taking learners from Beginner to Intermediate level. It follows the modular approach which enables students to deal with topics in depth. Its multi-dimensional syllabus combines lexis, grammar structures, language functions, skills work and pronunciation.
Class: Young Learners 2-B-2015
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- Engaged students– The excitement shown by students using Skoolbo is infectious. Children absolutely love it!
- Highly individualized curriculum– Skoolbo’s Spiral Learning Algorithm ensures every student is always receiving the right level of difficulty with the appropriate balance of new and revision content. Teachers may also set particular activities for the childor the class.
- Immediate feedback and support– Children instantly know if they are on the right track and support is given to them precisely at the most teachable moments.
- High volume and fast paced– Efficient learning with students typically making more than 200 responses in a fifteen minute period.
- Rewards and recognition– The reward mechanisms are designed to promote optimal learning patterns.
- Comprehensive– More than 60,000 questions for 4 to 12 year olds.
- Highly meaningful reporting for teachers and parents– In addition to extensive reports, teachers and parents will also have the opportunity to receive emails and alerts notifying them of important developments in students’ achievement.
- Play with family and friends– Parents and grandparents may download the Fan Club app to play with the child.
- Independent learners– Skoolbo works perfectly in a classroom situation with even the youngest learners. Simple sign in for young children!
- Data Driven– All aspects of Skoolbo are continually monitored and refined to maximize learning.
- Fully cross-platform– Skoolbo is available on PC, Mac, iPad, Win 8, Android and web browser.
- Offline mode– Skoolbo can work offline and sync data once an internet connection is found.
Ajarn Donald’s English Language Services Uses Skoolbo with all young learners. All young learners age 4 – 12 years old will now be able to use Skoolbo in class and at home.
The Skoolbo Spiral Learning Algorithm is designed to give every child the optimal curriculum regardless of his or her actual age. It starts by pre-testing the child in both literacy and numeracy and then continues to reassess after each game. An ideal blend of new content; not yet mastered content; and revision content is served to each child.
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* Learning and Practice online casual games
* The English Attack! community
ESL Games Plus offers interactive online games for learning and teaching English as a Second Language. Our learning games are mostly suitable for teaching ESL Kids and Teenagers. There are activities for teaching and practising English grammar, vocabulary, sentences, listening and pronunciation skills. By playing our fun educational games, students learn English vocabulary, sentence structures, grammar, listening, pronunciation and phonics.The site features these ESL Activities Online: ESL Classroom Games, Memory Games, Spelling Games, Sentence Games, Interactive Board Games, Hangman Games, Jeopardy, Wheel Games, Concentration Games, Matching Games, Car Racing Games, Pirate Games, Crocodile Games, Word Games, Mobile Games for iPad,
About this site
ESL Games Plus provides the best quality ESL games and fun activities for both teachers and learners.
By selecting only the best game concepts from feedback gathered on ESL Games World, this site aims to offer users the best ESL educational fun games experience.
Like many Thai school girls, the nine-year-old native of Surat Thani featured in a viral YouTube video goes to school by car. The only difference is that she drives the car herself. (Not anymore apparently.)
When you thought you’ve seen the worst, think again!
Thailand is a very screwed up country not to charge the parents with a huge list of crimes.
Please correct me if I’m wrong, but this is a serious risk to the child who isn’t even wearing her seatbelt and a dangerous risk for all the legal drivers on the road because she is so short at the age of 9, and she can barely see above the dashboard. All because of mentally ill parents, a police superintendent and a criminal code system in the Kingdom of Thailand that are all failures. What’s your opinion???