English For Success is an award-winning, research-based, English language learning course for students who need to use English in school, including content areas like math, science, geography and history. This pioneering course has been honored by the French Ministry of Education. Update: As of October 2011, English For Success has been revised and expanded, with 10 additional units. This expanded course prepares students for a full academic curriculum in English. New subject areas include: Ancient History, Economics, Politics and Psychology.
This course prepares students to use English at school and in school subject areas like math, science, and history. It teaches the language of classroom presentations, explanations, questions, homework and tests. Its multisensory, interactive approach has significant advantages over text-based presentations. With increased English language proficiency, your students will show test gains in all subject areas.
English For Success gives students the English language skills they need to succeed - not just in their English class - but in all of their classes and with their acquaintances at school.
English For Success is really three courses in one, with each reinforcing the other:
- A General English Course that focuses on people, places, weather and daily activities, etc.
- A Social and Situational Language Course that focuses on typical school and telephone conversations among friends.
- A Subject Preparation Course that develops the English language framework and vocabulary necessary for students to participate and succeed in all subject areas.
|Unit 1||Unit 2||Unit 3||Unit 4||Unit 5|
|Math 1, people & things, introductions, activities, grammar review, and more||Science 1, occupations, schedules, question practice, and more||Geography 1, classification, map and directions, occupations, and more||English 1, weather & activities, street directions, family, & more||Math 2, transportation, prices, food, locations & places of business|
|Unit 6||Unit 7||Unit 8||Unit 9||Unit 10|
|Science 2, activities, schedules, calendar, telephone, likes & ability||Geography 2, seasons, offers & promises, past, & more||English 2, times of day, future, food preferences, and more||World History 1, times of life, past & future, and more||Math 3, purpose & use, possibility, places & their function or purpose|
|Unit 11||Unit 12||Unit 13||Unit 14||Unit 15|
|Science 3: waves, sound and light, present perfect, conditionals, suggestions, continents & more||Earth Science 1, anatomy (head), causal relations, time clauses, purpose & more||World History 2, sports, expressing needs, duration and sequence, conditionals & more||Math 4, graphs, anatomy (internal organs), present perfect, instructions and decisions, modals & more||English 3, literature, reported speech, scale of certainty and expectation, past perfect & more|
|Unit 16||Unit 17||Unit 18||Unit 19||Unit 20|
|Science: Biology, food and nutrition, cause, effect, dependence, clauses, sentence ordering & more||World History 3, infinitives and gerunds, anatomy (body systems), temporal sequence, expressing opinion, purpose||Political science, government, literature, conditionals, causal sequences, clauses & more||Economics, job categories, explaining emotions, related changes, conditionals, modals & more||Psychology, global issues, related changes, clauses, conditionals, infinitives, gerunds & more|
This award-winning program is designed especially for ages 11-17. It prepares students to use English in school and in school subject areas like math, science, geography and history.
Each unit has 5 lesson types, including Warm-Up, School Life, School Subjects, Language Extension, and Speaking Up. Key vocabulary and grammar are introduced and recycled throughout in a carefully structured sequence designed to help students acquire the English language skills they need as quickly and efficiently as possible.