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    • 1.  
    • 2. Teaching Children is Cool…
    • 3.
      • Teaching Children is Cool…
      … with COOL ENGLISH
    • 4.
      • Basic Principles when
      • teaching children…
    • 5.
      • How children naturally learn a language:
      • pattern, song and rhyme.
    • 6.
      • Establish a classroom atmosphere
      • Make learning more memorable
      • Give a sense of security and comfort to the children
      • Rhythm
      • Beat
      • Movement
      Music/Songs/Chants
    • 7. ACTION SONGS
    • 8.
      • Physical involvement: “whole person learning”.
    • 9. Learning as a Holistic process/ Long-term memory storage L earning is not only in the brain, but in the whole body. Children learn through all their senses. English series for children should contain activities which involve music, language, movement, logic, interpersonal work and spatial relations. Children learn more effectively when they are respected as individuals.
    • 10. ACTION STORIES (TPR): using the whole body in the learning process and acting out a story
    • 11. CRAFT ACTIVITIES
    • 12.  
    • 13.  
    • 14.
      • Mental Involvement and development of
      • Multiple Intelligences:
      • A bored mind doesn´t learn.
    • 15.  
    • 16.  
    • 17.
      • Action stories
      • Communicative stories
      • Stories aimed at understanding human values
      • Stories dealing with the interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligences
      • Stories for fun
      STORIES
    • 18. STORYTELLING
      • Language in context
      • Vocabulary and structures – constantly recycled
      • Imagination
      • Motivation
      • Participation
      • Acting out
    • 19. ROLE PLAYS
    • 20.  
    • 21.
      • Games
      • Involve interaction,
      • Movement, and learning by thinking and having fun
    • 22.  
    • 23.
      • Projects
      • Projects can be done individually or in groups. They are used for students to put the language they have so far learned into practical and enjoyable use.
      • They are especially useful for mixed ability classes, as they allow students to work at their own pace.
    • 24.  
    • 25.  
    • 26.
      • Presentation of the Written Word and Pronunciation
    • 27.  
    • 28. PHONETICS
    • 29. Cool English Basics
    • 30.
      • Communicative
      • Skill-Oriented Learning
      • Multi-sensory Learner Motivation
      • Intelligence Building Activities
      • Exciting Songs, stories and Games
      • Recognition of the student as a person
      The Approach
    • 31.
      • Cool English
      • is based on the latest findings of Cognitive Psychology and Neurolinguistic Programming,
      • which show that children remember what they have learned better if
      • all their senses are stimulated during
      • the learning process.
    • 32. Pedagogical Principles
      • The ability to learn through fantasy and imagination
      • The ability to interact and speak
    • 33. Clear and logical structure from level 1 to level 6
    • 34. Combines the real and the imaginary world
    • 35. Mini theatre plays
    • 36.
      • Level 1
        • For children in the early stages of literacy
        • Focuses on listening and speaking
        • From level 2 and on all the 4 skills
        • 6/7 to 10 year-olds
        • 60 – 90 hours
      Cool English
    • 37.
      • Pupils´s Book
      • Activity Book
      • Class Audio CDs
      • Teacher´s Guide
      • Photocopiable Resource materials
      • Videos
      • Puzzles
      • Flashcards
      • Storycards
      • Wordcards
      • Games & Posters
      • Masks
      • Posters with reusable stickers
      • CR-ROM
      Components
    • 38. 10-11 Level 6 9-10 Level 5 8-9 Level 4 7-8 Level 3 6-7 Level 2 5-6 Level 1 Cool English
    • 39. Cool English Revision Game Languagae Reference Revision game Language reference Cutouts Revision Revision game Language reference Cutouts Revision Cutouts Games Cutouts Games Cutouts Extra activities Halloween Thanksgiving World Book Day Halloween Christmas Saint Valentine´s Day Halloween Christmas Easter Christmas Easter Christmas Easter Christmas Easter Extra Units 9 9 9 9 8 8 Units 1 1 1 1 Videos 124 124 Wordcards 95 131 123 111 47 47 Storycards 113 124 94 82 Flaschards 8 8 Masks 6 5 4 3 2 1 Level
    • 40. Level 6 CHARACTERS Level 3
    • 41. Structure of levels
    • 42. LEVELS 1 & 2 Pupil’s Book
    • 43. Song Listen and… Story Listening TPR Self evaluation I can say STRUCTURE OVERVIEW Self evaluation I can write
    • 44. Pupil’s Book Activity Book LEVELS 3 & 4
    • 45. Song Story Listening, Speaking, Phonetics Project, Writing activity Integration of Workbook TPR STRUCTURE OVERVIEW
    • 46. LEVELS 5 & 6 Pupil’s Book Activity Book
    • 47. Song Or poem Story Listening, Speaking, Grammar Cultural Diversity Themes + writing Phonetics Grammar Review Projects (6) Theatre play(5) STRUCTURE OVERVIEW
    • 48. TEACHER’S GUIDES
    • 49. Includes pages from the Student’s Book Plus Test CD (PDFS) Classroom Audio CDS TEACHER’S GUIDE
    • 50. Step by step instructions for each lesson TEACHER’S GUIDE
    • 51. For reinforcement or for adding to the lesson ADDITIONAL EXERCISES
    • 52. I am dying to make a part of your class!
    • 53. 8-9 units per level Extra units with cultural aspects Songs or chants to start the units Board games All units follow the same structure Entertaining stories Pronunciation activities and classroom language Dynamic mime activities featuring the main characters Units can also start with poems in levels 5 and 6 Cool English
    • 54. Revision sections at the end of the units Colorful stickers which allow the children to revise in a fun and entertaining way. A musical play which involves all the class. (Levels 3,4) Grammar reference. (level 5) Writing activities to use the language and ideas of the unit. (level 5, 6) Reading texts to introduce some cultural aspects of English speaking countries. Cool English
    • 55. THANKS!!!

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