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培养英语运用能力,助力小升初

HIGH FLYERS AGED 7 TO 9

High Flyers is a comprehensive eight-level English language course for primary school students, based on a syllabus that focuses on red-world English skills. As the students follow the animated adventures of fun characters, they are immersed in a natural English language environment.

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Course Features

Academic excellence and advanced exam preparation

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High Flyers covers 100% of the national primary English and teaches over 1,200 words and 140 grammar points.
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Phonics is well-integrated in HF course as an approach to teaching the connection between written letters and spoken sounds, which makes learning words easier.
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‘Let's talk' oral training includes rich presentation topics and materials, striving to improve children's confidence in speaking English and expressing themselves fluently.
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EF exclusive strategy of class notes provides different sections for words, grammar, textbook summaries and mind maps to help children increase their learning abilities and efficiencies.
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Cultivate children's learning interest in English

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Story videos, English songs and rhymes are used a lot in classroom teaching to ensure children will learn good pronunciation and enjoy English in learning.
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Funny cartoon characters and fascinating English story lines in the textbooks and homework exercises are specially designed by EF to maintain children's learning interest in English.
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To practice children's English and consolidate what they have learnt in class, immersive language learning environment is sure to be provided by professional EF foreign teachers in our weekly-run Life Club events.
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Enhance children's all-around abilities

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Important transferrable skills such as logical thinking and creativity are taught in using specialized course framework to help children stand out in all kinds of school activities.
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To help children make friends at school and adapt to primary school life, colorful classroom activities are created carefully to develop their interpersonal skills, teamwork and communication skills.
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A wide range of research projects that mainly focused on training adaptability and problem-solving skills aim to shape children's minds and cultivate their courage as well.
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Learning Outcomes

Listening

Listening

Students work together with teachers and classmates to identify vocabulary and practice grammar, and to understand meaning in longer sentence groups. At lower levels, we mainly focus on training students' listening skills through grammar and word exercises. However, we focus more on increasing students' abilities to understand the full dialogue and make the right responses at upper levels.

Our students can learn:

1 . Phonics / Syllables

Getting familiar with the alphabet and their individual and combined sounds

2 . Words / Phrases

Building vocabulary and being able to comprehend simple ideas

3 . Full sentences / Conversations

Being able to understand others and use discussion to continue learning

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-In class Play

Lower levels-Online

Lower levels-Online Play

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-In class View

Upper levels-Online

Upper levels-Online Play
Speaking

Speaking

Students learn to pronounce with accuracy and fluency over 1200 words and hundreds of sentences throughout the course. Teachers engage students in a large number of activities that help them exercise their oral skills and vocabulary through situational dialogues, stories and role playing all the time.

Our students can learn:

1 . Phonics (sounds) / Syllables

Comprehending the relationship between the written letters of the alphabet and their individual and combined sounds

2 . Words / Simple sentences

Building vocabulary and practical sentences to be able to communicate simple ideas

3 . Full sentences / Conversations

Being able to communicate with others conveying real meaning with fluency and confidence

Lower levels-Project works

Lower levels-Project works Play

Upper levels-Project works

Upper levels-Project works Play
Reading

Reading

Teachers guide literacy development throughout the course with specific reading exercises called "readers". These increase in difficulty gradually throughout the course, helping children develop reading confidence and a foundation for academic success. We mainly focus on word spelling and word recognition at lower levels. However, at upper levels, we focus more on enhancing reading comprehension, grammar and retelling stories.

Our students can learn:

1 . Phonics (sounds) / Syllables

Developing reading skills in class and at home by getting familiar with English sounds and syllables first

2 . Words / Simple sentences

Providing a format to introduce and practice target vocabulary and functional language

3 . Full sentences / Blocks of text

To read using their target language and reading skills with less illustration support

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-In class View

Lower levels-Online

Lower levels-Online Play

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-In class View

Upper levels-Online

Upper levels-Online Play
Writing

Writing

Students begin by learning to form basic letter shapes by first tracing, then copying words and sentences, and eventually becoming able to write their own short stories. At lower levels, we focus on the training of tracing texts, coping words and the correct use of punctuation. However, we focus more on the cultivation of students' creativity and their understanding of grammatical structure at upper levels.

Our students can learn:

1 . Tracing

Exercising muscle movement to get familiar with English characters and develop mechanical accuracy

2 . Copying words

Building writing skills through repetition, immediate feedback, and correction

3 . Writing

Producing assigned words and sentences to learn independent writing and grammatical structures

4 . Creative writing

Producing larger samples of content to build confidence in written expression

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-In class View

Lower levels-Online

Lower levels-Online Play

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-In class View

Upper levels-Online

Upper levels-Online Play
Grammar

Grammar

High Flyers students learn how to properly use grammar and syntax to be able to understand and produce sentences and conversation with meaning and relevance. Students will be taught systematically on each lesson with clear grammar elements and enjoy their classes in a fun, interesting and engaging way all the time.

Our students can learn:

1 Questions: what, where, when, which, who, why, how, how many

2 Subject-verb-object word order

3 Adverbs: frequency, probability

4 Verb tenses: past simple, past continuous, future with "going to" & "will", past continuous

5 Auxiliary questions: do, don't

6 Adjectives: possessive, descriptive

7 Demonstratives: this & that, these, those

8 Determiners: a lot of, no, none, some, any

9 Modals: can, could, have to, might, must, need to

10 Pronouns: personal, reflexive

11 Prepositions: place, time

12 Imperatives, comparatives, superlatives

13 Definite & indefinite articles

14 Contracted forms

15 Zero conditional, first conditional

16 Cohesive devices: because, next, or, so, then, and, but

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-In class View

Lower levels-Online

Lower levels-Online Play

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-In class View

Upper levels-Online

Upper levels-Online Play
Phonics

Phonics

Phonics is an approach to teaching the connection between written letters (graphemes) and spoken sounds (phonemes).

With phonics, teachers aim to ensure children:

1 Can read easily, fluidly and with good understanding

2 Can write coherently, clearly and accurately

3 Develop the habit of reading widely and often

4 Use discussion in order to learn

In class

In class View

Online

Online View

Play
Listening

Listening

Students work together with teachers and classmates to identify vocabulary and practice grammar, and to understand meaning in longer sentence groups. At lower levels, we mainly focus on training students' listening skills through grammar and word exercises. However, we focus more on increasing students' abilities to understand the full dialogue and make the right responses at upper levels.

Our students can learn:

1 . Phonics / Syllables

Getting familiar with the alphabet and their individual and combined sounds

2 . Words / Phrases

Building vocabulary and being able to comprehend simple ideas

3 . Full sentences / Conversations

Being able to understand others and use discussion to continue learning

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-In class Play

Lower levels-Online

Lower levels-Online Play

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-Online

Upper levels-Online Play
Speaking

Speaking

Students learn to pronounce with accuracy and fluency over 1200 words and hundreds of sentences throughout the course. Teachers engage students in a large number of activities that help them exercise their oral skills and vocabulary through situational dialogues, stories and role playing all the time.

Our students can learn:

1 . Phonics (sounds) / Syllables

Comprehending the relationship between the written letters of the alphabet and their individual and combined sounds

2 . Words / Simple sentences

Building vocabulary and practical sentences to be able to communicate simple ideas

3 . Full sentences / Conversations

Being able to communicate with others conveying real meaning with fluency and confidence

Lower levels-Project works

Lower levels-Project works Play

Upper levels-Project works

Upper levels-Project works Play
Reading

Reading

Teachers guide literacy development throughout the course with specific reading exercises called "readers". These increase in difficulty gradually throughout the course, helping children develop reading confidence and a foundation for academic success. We mainly focus on word spelling and word recognition at lower levels. However, at upper levels, we focus more on enhancing reading comprehension, grammar and retelling stories.

Our students can learn:

1 . Phonics (sounds) / Syllables

Developing reading skills in class and at home by getting familiar with English sounds and syllables first

2 . Words / Simple sentences

Providing a format to introduce and practice target vocabulary and functional language

3 . Full sentences / Blocks of text

To read using their target language and reading skills with less illustration support

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-Online

Lower levels-Online Play

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-Online

Upper levels-Online Play
Writing

Writing

Students begin by learning to form basic letter shapes by first tracing, then copying words and sentences, and eventually becoming able to write their own short stories. At lower levels, we focus on the training of tracing texts, coping words and the correct use of punctuation. However, we focus more on the cultivation of students' creativity and their understanding of grammatical structure at upper levels.

Our students can learn:

1 . Tracing

Exercising muscle movement to get familiar with English characters and develop mechanical accuracy

2 . Copying words

Building writing skills through repetition, immediate feedback, and correction

3 . Writing

Producing assigned words and sentences to learn independent writing and grammatical structures

4 . Creative writing

Producing larger samples of content to build confidence in written expression

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-Online

Lower levels-Online Play

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-Online

Upper levels-Online Play
Grammar

Grammar

High Flyers students learn how to properly use grammar and syntax to be able to understand and produce sentences and conversation with meaning and relevance. Students will be taught systematically on each lesson with clear grammar elements and enjoy their classes in a fun, interesting and engaging way all the time.

Our students can learn:

1 Questions: what, where, when, which, who, why, how, how many

2 Subject-verb-object word order

3 Adverbs: frequency, probability

4 Verb tenses: past simple, past continuous, future with "going to" & "will", past continuous

5 Auxiliary questions: do, don't

6 Adjectives: possessive, descriptive

7 Demonstratives: this & that, these, those

8 Determiners: a lot of, no, none, some, any

9 Modals: can, could, have to, might, must, need to

10 Pronouns: personal, reflexive

11 Prepositions: place, time

12 Imperatives, comparatives, superlatives

13 Definite & indefinite articles

14 Contracted forms

15 Zero conditional, first conditional

16 Cohesive devices: because, next, or, so, then, and, but

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-In class

Lower levels-Online

Lower levels-Online Play

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-In class

Upper levels-Online

Upper levels-Online Play
Phonics

Phonics

Phonics is an approach to teaching the connection between written letters (graphemes) and spoken sounds (phonemes).

With phonics, teachers aim to ensure children:

1 Can read easily, fluidly and with good understanding

2 Can write coherently, clearly and accurately

3 Develop the habit of reading widely and often

4 Use discussion in order to learn

In class

In class

Online

Online

Play
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