Young Adult Course – Enjoy Learning English

Overcome language challenges at your own phase with fun courses designed to challenge and develop English Language skills.

Designed for ages 11-19

Communication- based syllabus

Thinking in English

Courses presented in the real context of campus life

Prepare for various school subjects, including mathematics ,physics’, chemistry, geography, history, biology and etc

Fully enhance the reading capacity

First English

Establish core language foundation

Elementary to Pre-Intermediate

CEFR – (Common European Framework of Reference) A1 and A2
The learning sequence follows the natural learning path: listening, speaking, reading and writing

First English is specially designed for beginners and provides the language input and practice appropriate for learners at their level.
The hierarchical scope and sequence helps students understand, practice, internalize, and establish the core framework of English necessary for long- term success.
Placement Test, Mastery Test, DynEd’s Records Manager, and a Teacher’s Guide with class suggestions and handouts are available.

8 Units and 5 lessons types in each unit

Introduces key language and provides intensive listening and speaking practice.

Includes two or more age-appropriate conversations at school, with functional language routines and interesting animated characters.

Presents objects and actions particularly important in a school setting.

Focuses on key grammar patterns and question formation. Gives students practice in manipulating the language.

Develops reading and vocabulary, including the alphabet, phonics, numbers, times, calendar language, math functions and numerical relations.

English for Success

Applying English in the classroom

Elementary to Intermediate
CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference) A1 to C1
The learning sequence follows the natural learning path: listening, speaking, reading, and writing

This course prepares 11-17-years-old students to use English at school and in school subject areas like math, science, geography, and history.
3 course in 1: A general English course, a social communication language course, and a preparatory course for school subjects.
The hierarchical scope and sequence helps students understand, practice, internalize, and establish the core framework of English necessary for long-term success.
Placement Test, Mastery Tests, and Records Manager and a Teacher’s Guide with class suggestions and handouts are available.

20 Units and 4 lessons types in unit

Uses pictures to present and extend the grammar and vocabulary of daily life. Topics include seasons of the year, weather, and transportation, descriptions of people and things, and occupations. The Grammar Focus section gives students practice with key structures.

Focuses on conversational English in and around school. The main characters are a girl, age 16, and her brother, age 13, who attend an International School, with students from a variety of backgrounds. School-related topics include lunch menus, room locations, and class schedules.

Presents short illustrated talks in various subject areas, including math, science, geography, world history, and English. Key vocabulary and grammar for each subject area are presented and recycled, including the language of explanation, classification, comparison, numbers and question formation.

Covers general topics such as preferences, weather, occupations, and places of business. New language is introduced in a game-like format and is followed up with comprehension questions and Grammar Focus exercises.

Covers general topics such as preferences, weather, occupations, and places of business. New language is introduced in a game-like format and is followed up with comprehension questions and Grammar Focus exercises.

Reading for Success

Building reading skills the smart way

Elementary to Intermediate
CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference) A1 to C1
Newly developed reading course reflects and extends the language and content of DynEd’s academic course, English for Success

Designed to develop academic reading skills and vocabulary for ESL/EFL students ages 11+ who have already developed basic oral fluency skills.
Reading and chunking are reinforced using synchronized audio, while speech recognition exercises help students develop their oral reading skills.
Learners engaged in reading for success are motivated by the game- based strategies implemented throughout the course, including timed exercises that lead to rapid text decoding.
Placement Test, Mastery Test, DynEd’ Records Manager, and a Teacher’s Guide with class suggestions and handouts are available.

20 Units: 4 reading passages and the supplementary review section, Reading Challenges in each unit

Comprehension questions focus learner’s attention on main ideas and important details. Learners can hear sentences read aloud and practice oral reading by recording their voices.

Learners review key vocabulary from the readings while building their ability to work with English-only word definitions, a key academic skill.

Learners deepen their language understanding by focusing on word choices (grammar and vocabulary) in sentences from the reading.

This timed activity challenges students to scan through a text quickly to find the target words and builds rapid decoding skills.

Listening for meaning and rapid decoding are integrated in this engaging exercise. This activity develops working memory, a key to reading fluency.

This motivating Speech Recognition activity builds decoding and pronunciation skills, as learners complete sentences by reading them aloud.

Learners work their way up through the levels of this game-based exercise, as they identify missing words which change with each new attempt.