Young Learners – RANGERS

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RANGERS 1

High Elementary
Ages: 9 – 11
CEF Level: A1/A2
25 or 12.5 hours/week

This course is suitable for children in their 4th or 5th year of primary English who are able to talk about a range of topics taken from daily life and the wider world.

In addition to lessons describing clothes and appearance, there is an in-depth look at issues concerning food and healthy eating, along with a range of other age-targeted subjects such as sport and the solar system.

At this level, the children will be asked to use their language in slightly more complex ways. Not only will they be giving descriptions, but they will also be using their English to agree and disagree and to give reasons for opinions.

Rangers 1 can be taught side-by-side with Rangers 2 on a two-week course.

‘Can Do’ Statements

  • I can introduce and talk about myself
  • I can describe someone’s appearance
  • I can describe and compare different types of food
  • I can read and order things from a menu
  • I can act out a restaurant dialogue in English
  • I can shop for food
  • I can describe houses and name items of furniture
  • I can agree or disagree with someone
  • I can give reasons for my opinions
  • I can describe what people are wearing
  • I can describe different types of sports and activities
  • I can name different countries
  • I can use ordinal numbers up to twenty to place things in order
  • I can name and compare planets in the solar system

Core Contents

  • Talking about things you like
  • Describing people’s appearance
  • Talking about food and healthy eating
  • Ordering a meal in a restaurant
  • Shopping for food using British money
  • Talking about your house
  • Discussing mobile phones in school
  • Clothes, colour and fashion
  • Sports and the Olympics Games
  • Talking about the solar system

RANGERS 2

High Elementary
Ages: 9 – 11
CEF Level: A1/A2
25 or 12.5 hours/week

This course is suitable for children who want to talk about more wide-ranging personal and cross-curricular topics. In line with CLIL methodology, the learners will not only be developing their English language skills, but also using English to discuss and gain knowledge in other areas.

Children will be using language for description, but will also be learning how to make polite requests, to compare and contrast, to give instructions and to offer opinions.

This course provides the perfect opportunity to give the children’s English a real boost before they move up to secondary level education.

Rangers 2 can stand alone for a one-week course or be taught side-by-side with Rangers 1 on a two-week course.

‘Can Do’ Statements

  • I can introduce and describe myself
  • I can have a simple conversation about star signs
  • I can say and spell names of sea animals and describe them
  • I can write and give instructions and make polite requests
  • I can talk about plants and animals
  • I can match words with their definitions
  • I can describe the weather and give advice
  • I can compare and contrast lifestyles and give an opinion
  • I can have a simple debate
  • I can talk about preparing food and give recipe instructions
  • I can describe and talk about endangered animals
  • I can listen and respond to a range of instructions
  • I can ask how to spell words

Core Contents

  • Talking about personality traits
  • Talking about marine animals
  • Asking questions in class
  • Talking about planes and flying
  • Animals and the food chain
  • Describing extreme weather
  • Giving advice and warnings
  • Comparing life in the country and in the city
  • Talking about food and cooking
  • Talking about endangered species