iPrimary | English
About this course
In teaching iPrimary English program we follow all the principles of learning English as a native language. The students learn to read and write with the help of phonics, they expand vocabulary, read, discuss and dramatise authentic stories, fairy-tales and poems. The English language is introduced to students as a system: they get acquainted with parts of speech, punctuation, etc.
What is the difference between this English course and English as a Second Language at school?
Let’s compare the courses:
|General English at school||English as a subject of iPrimary|
Do the students really need two different English courses - English as a Second Language and English as the native language?
When kids learn English as a mother tongue it is obviously different from learning English as a Second Language. While studying at school children learn general English and their courses are specifically designed for foreigners and exploit teaching methods aimed at students with different mother tongues and the English course we offer is the one aimed at english speaking kids and uses the approaches which are used to teach language and literature in your national schools in your language. Therefore, learning language differently will undoubtedly be beneficial for every student.
26 letters of the English. Alphabet (1 year) and 44 phonemes (2 year)
consonants and vowels blends, simple stories
ABC mini book,
short vowel story,
dramatising a story.
simple stories .
dramatising a story
• read small texts of different genres and take part in their discussion, determine their structure, answer questions about the content, guess the meaning of new words, give a simple description of the characters, determine the scene, the plot, the topic and the idea of the text, retell and dramatize it;
• recite poems;
• record simple sentences from memory;
• use of punctuation marks: period, comma, apostrophe, question and exclamation marks, capital letters;
•writing simple stories;
• know basic grammatical terms (parts of speech, types of sentences, etc.), know and use in speech the main tenses of the English verb;
• use the dictionary to enrich the vocabulary.
• read large volumes of texts of various genres, take part in their discussion, determine their structure;
• reason arguments, describe the characters and the place of action, formulate the theme and idea of the read work, express an opinion;
• distinguish facts and opinions, read “between the lines”, determining the author’s attitude to what is happening;
• expand knowledge of grammar, spelling, morphology, punctuation;
• write texts of different styles and genres (letters, announcements, stories, fairy tales) according to a plan, divide the text into paragraphs, proofread, correct errors.
To get the best result we recommend studying all three subjects.
|iPrimary (5-7 y.o.) Year 1, 2||iPrimary (7-9 y.o.) Year 3, 4||iPrimary (9-11y.o.) Year 5, 6|
|3 subjects: Mathematics, Science and English||3 subjects: Mathematics, Science and English||3 subjects: Mathematics, Science and English|
|36 lessons on each subject, every lesson lasts 30 minutes||36 lessons on each subject, every lesson lasts 45 minutes||36 lessons on each subject, every lesson lasts 50 minutes|
|Price of the course (3 subjects) 1155 EUR||Price of the course (3 subjects) 1710 EUR||Price of the course (3 subjects) 1920 EUR|
|Registration fee 100 EUR||Registration fee 150 EUR||Registration fee 200 EUR|
At the end of iPrimary Programme (Year 6) the students can take exams in Math, Science and English and get a world-renowned iPrimary certificates.