World of Wonders is a course for students ages 11-14 who are beginners and need to learn the basics in English.
World of Wonders (WOW) is an exciting new course developed to fulfil the needs of students who didn’t start learning English-as-a-Foreign language from a younger age.
For teens, ages 11-14, the intensive programme provides the necessary educational tools in an interesting and stimulating atmosphere with language and graphics specifically designed to appeal to teens.
With nature and the environment as the main theme, teens explore 4 different worlds: Jungle, Ocean, Desert and Arctic; each features exciting stories and engaging activities, to teach and enhance basic reading and writing skills through phonics and sight words.
Eight original songs, stories and engaging activities help students strengthen phonics and English reading and writing skills, while having fun learning 1800 English words.
This new course is for beginning students, ages 8-14 years, as well as for continuing students who are at the pre-A1 Common European Framework of Reference examination level.
Eight original songs, stories and fun activities keep students motivated and involved in Paul Ward’s worldwide adventures. In every exciting lesson, students join Paul as he travels the world, meets new friends and learns about different cultures and countries.
The course covers a large vocabulary of 1800 words and includes listening and reading comprehension, writing, spelling and assessments to mark student progress.
Students learn to speak English naturally as a mother tongue language—through stories, songs, interaction and games to strengthen phonics and English reading and writing skills.
Students follow the adventures of Paul Ward and learn to speak, read and write advanced English with confidence
This course is for students ages 9-15 who have an intermediate knowledge of spoken and written English and also for students who have successfully completed Paul Ward Explores. Paul Ward’s Adventures continues the fun and adventures as Paul travels the globe. This course is a music-filled, multi-sensory learning experience that makes a lasting impression on students.
In Paul Ward’s Adventures, students learn 2000 words and the English grammatical structures required to achieve level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference. An advanced course option is available with grammar lessons that support reading and listening comprehension. Grammar is based on the content and vocabulary from the Paul Ward’s Adventures learning set and prepares students for Helen Doron Teen English courses.
Students learn to speak English naturally, as a mother-tongue language and strengthen grammar, reading, writing and spelling skills.