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English Exploration Level 6

Primary 5 – Primary 6

10 (Suggested)

1 hr 30 mins (Suggested)

Native English teachers with a university degree ; related teaching experience, and/or teacher training such as TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, PGDE/PCEd, etc.

Course Name: English Exploration Level 6

Level: Primary 5 – Primary 6

No. of Lessons: 10 (Suggested)

Lesson Duration: 1 hr 30 mins (Suggested)

Instructors: Native English teachers with a university degree ; related teaching experience, and/or teacher training such as TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, PGDE/PCEd, etc.


This course is specially designed to support and enhance the English learning of a child. This programme introduces essential English vocabulary and phrases used in every-day life. It provides a platform for your child to better their English in the 4 important cornerstones of the language reading, writing, speaking and listening, through a range of age-appropriate activities, and child-friendly graphics. It can also help as a preparation tool for the Cambridge Flyers exam. Cambridge Flyers corresponds to the A2 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and are most suitable for students of Key Stage 2.


  • Topic-based curriculum covering the essential areas of the Starters level: listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar
  • Clearly defined learning objectives and meaningful tasks included in each unit
  • Structured lesson plans for classroom delivery by native speaking English teachers (school programmes only)
  • Exam-format consolidation exercises
  • Unit-by-unit vocabulary list
  • A final mock test to evaluate student‛s progress


Unit 1: School Uniform

    • Writing: My school uniform
    • Reading and writing: Adjectives for clothes
    • Reading and writing: Designing my own uniform
    • Writing: Describing clothes
    • Grammar: ‘So‛ clauses
    • Speaking: Spot the difference
    • Listening: My dream uniform
    • Writing: A diary entry about a strange dream

Unit 2: My Home

    • Reading, writing and speaking: Wedding invitation
    • Writing: Things at home
    • Speaking: Parts of a house
    • Grammar: The past continuous
    • Game: What were they doing?
    • Listening: Moving house
    • Grammar: Relative clauses
    • Reading and writing: Dear diary
    • Writing: An article about a wedding

Unit 3: When I Finish School

    • Writing: Things at school
    • Reading and writing: My timetable
    • Listening: Rooms in our school
    • Grammar: The present perfect
    • Reading and writing: Job descriptions
    • Reading and writing: Crossword puzzle
    • Reading and writing: Aunt Holly‛s job
    • Writing: A letter about my ideal job

Unit 4: Holidays

    • Reading and writing: The weather
    • Reading and writing: The seasons
    • Writing: Sports
    • Reading and writing: My favourite holiday
    • Grammar: Will / be going to
    • Reading and writing: Summer camp
    • Speaking: Interview
    • Reading and writing: My first drum kit
    • Writing: A poster of a holiday activity

Unit 5: Playtime

    • Writing: Let‛s play!
    • Listening: Playroom
    • Grammar: May / might/ may have / might have
    • Reading: The detective
    • Reading and writing: Collocations
    • Reading and writing: One snowy day
    • Writing: A story about a game

Unit 6: Travelling

    • Writing: Places in town
    • Reading and writing: Identify the places
    • Writing and speaking: Types of transport
    • Reading and writing: What are they talking about?
    • Reading and writing: Foxy‛s story
    • Grammar: ‘Shall’ for suggestions
    • Writing: An article about a new type of transport

Unit 7: Healthy Food

    • Writing: What‛s on the table?
    • Reading and writing: Let‛s cook healthy dishes!
    • Grammar: Conjunctions
    • Reading and writing: Vegetarians
    • Writing and speaking: Conversation practice
    • Reading and writing: When we get sick
    • Reading and writing: Our senses
    • Writing: A story for Danny

Unit 8: Materials

    • Reading and writing: Materials
    • Reading and writing: Constructing phrases
    • Speaking: Why don‛t you?
    • Speaking: Information exchange
    • Writing: What happened next?
    • Listening: A visit to the museums

Unit 9: Life on Earth

    • Writing: Animals
    • Reading and writing: Identify the animals
    • Reading and writing: Animal body parts
    • Drawing, writing and speaking: A mythical animal
    • Speaking: Storytelling
    • Reading and writing: Bears that live in snow

Unit 10: Our World

    • Writing: The world around us
    • Reading and writing: Identify the items
    • Grammar: Singing makes me happy
    • Reading and writing: Lucy loves the world
    • Reading and writing: To become a club member
    • Writing: A letter to a club