Teach Learn Ecuador

UK Registered Charity No. 1135302 - Volunteer in Ecuador - Teach English and Learn Spanish

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'Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.'  by Benjamin Franklin

 

   English Courses 

Average 7 students per class


   General English  

These courses focus on pronunciation and developing all 4 core skills of the English language: speaking, listening, reading and writing. This provides students with the skills and confidence to use English, both in an academic environment and in the workplace.

There are three levels available: Beginners, Intermediate,  Advanced.

With a range of programmes designed for different objectives and levels of ability, the school helps our students to build the communication skills and confidence to master the correct pronunciation.

And makes it easy for our volunteers to follow.


 Our Teaching Resources    

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Our resources include our Teach Learn Ecuador's book, 'Guía para Pronunciación del Idioma Inglés'

The book contains three stages that are: History of the English language, the 44 sounds of British English and their written representation.


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We also use materials created and uploaded by teachers worldwide and articles on key topics, including Synthetic phonics, also known as inductive phonics, which is a method of teaching reading which first teaches the letter sounds and then builds up to blending these sounds together to achieve full pronunciation of whole words.
Synthetic phonics is being used by British schools.

Eglish Materials:

Language-learning software Rosetta Stone

Text Books: English Grammar in Use by Cambridge, English Grammar by Oxford

Flash Cards: DK - Usborne

Spelling Books: Oxorfd, DK, Usborne

Interactive Spelling Games and Tests

Videos: Speaking, listening, reading, writing and spelling

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