Penn Explorer – Jogging A

Opening: 30/11/2022
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Thời lượng khoá học: Jogging A1/A2/A3/A4: 3 months (36h) 90mins/2periods/day 2 days/weeks
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Students will learn to identify vocabulary that suggest feelings, explain the differences between texts that tell stories and those that provide information, and identify who is narrating a story at different times in a text. Students will demonstrate a comprehension of spoken words, syllables within words, and sounds. Students will be able to read grade-level content sufficiently to understand the meaning by using proper phonics and word analysis.


Students at 6 years old

Course outline


The course material is based on the Common Core State Standards for children aged 6 to 12, as well as the frameworks in American education.

This course will concentrate on language arts skills such as reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students in the first grade will be exposed to a wide range of genres in order to improve their comprehension of literature and informational texts. Differentiated teaching will be used to develop communication skills through oral and written expression across the curriculum. This course will help students acquire the techniques and skills necessary for academic achievement in all disciplines.

Form of learning

In addition to its lessons at the center, Penn Academy will run online classes through the Penn E-Learning system. The system has a user-friendly interface and numerous advanced features that allow students to easily communicate with teachers, use free online storage, and save lessons, among other functions.

Teaching model

The teaching and learning strategies provide teachers with models for developing learning materials for their students, which can be adapted and used in other contexts and curriculum areas.

Vocabulary building: This strategy focuses a portion of each classroom session on building a better vocabulary. Teachers invite students to identify unfamiliar words, cover the meanings in class, and use interactive vocabulary-building exercises, related to the course materials.

Writer’s workshop: The writing workshop model allows students to learn about and take part in all aspects of the writing process.

Peer response and editing: A highly valuable teaching strategy. Students are given the opportubnity to think critically about others’ writing and see the results their classmates got from a writing assignment, enabling students to learn from eathother’s strengths. In addition, teachers observe how different students learn and what strategies are the most effective.

Cooperative learning: Cooperative learning asks students to discuss a piece of literature in small groups. By allowing the students to engage in meaningful discussion, they begin to learn to analyze literature and engage in an educational process that they can take full ownership of, as opposed to being given a general lecture on a chapter in a book.

Student-chosen texts: Allowing students to choose their own reading materials is a strategy that literacy specialists recommend as a way to develop lifelong readers. Students are given a choice of literature from age and reading level appropriate book collection. After a period of independent reading, students break into groups and discuss what they’ve read, book club-style, followed by journaling. When successfully applied, students are able to delve deeply into the meaning of the literature, develop critical thinking, and the ability to engage in discussion with their classmates about the book that they chose.

Key selling points of the course

A team of highly qualified teachers
Penn Academy's native teachers all have a degree in teaching English to international standards and have passed a rigorous and professional recruiting procedure.
Flexible and streamlined curriculum
The course will be offered in two forms: online and offline, with a set of textbooks based on the Common Core State Standards.
Modern and lively learning model
Lessons are delivered in a variety of formats; such as games, songs, and stories, coupled with real-life themes
The learning path follows the student's ability
With student centered teaching methods, Penn Academy designs a personalized learning pathway that is tailored for each student's level and ability.
Diversity of tests, capacity assessment
The course content includes tests and assessments of students' abilities to provide effective review and development plans.
Small class size, modern equipment
Penn Academy holds small class sizes, with only 12-15 students per face-to-face class and 8-10 students per online class.
Moderate study time, suitable for age
The study time is broken down into weeks and is tailored for students' zone of proximal development. This ensures that they can keep up with the curriculum while being challenged.