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Young Voyagers

Susan House, Katharine Scott

1–3 hours per week


Global English

Young Voyagers is part of the English Learning Webs series, an innovative methodology for preschool, primary and secondary education. This enables students to develop key skills as they learn English.

Our new program for English language teaching in primary education uses travel to provide a language-rich environment and allow students to develop communication skills, encourage them to explore the wider world, and become mindful about other realities.

As the title suggests, traveling is a central focus of this series. An imaginary voyage is the best way to move children through different contexts and different time periods, since voyages:

  • Provide a scope for a variety of contexts. 
  • Allow students to experience history.
  • Promote creativity.
  • Provide contexts for critical and creative thinking.
  • Expose students to different cultural norms.

All contents are specially designed to make children part of these voyages!

In our virtual learning environment, you will find:

  • Student’s Book.
  • Teacher’s Guide.
  • Workbook.
  • Reader.
  • Anchor Charts.
  • Flashcards.
  • Audios.
  • Digital activities.
  • Observation Charts.
  • Assessments (downloadable and editable) & Answer Key.
  • Letters to the parents.

Common European Framework: A1 to A2

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