Hopscotch is a series of six primary levels that follows an accessible, traditional and easy-to-teach methodology with a focus on conversation and listening comprehension at the beginning and reading and writing levels explicitly introduced from Level 3.
Filled with engaging photographs and National Geographic content that capture the imagination of young students, Hopscotch introduces language and skills through a fun and friendly cast of leading characters: a boy, a girl, a crocodile, a parrot and a bear!
Fascinating photographs show the true magic of the world and attract the attention of students.
Students establish the foundation for language by being introduced to English communication skills at previous levels before addressing reading and writing skills at later levels.
Project work not only provides a great way to use language in a productive way, but also fosters collaborative work and problem solving, key 21st century skills.
Picture stories introduce natural language and vocabulary through simple, accessible stories.
Special online downloads provide guidance and teaching support for students with specific learning needs and challenges.
Sections I can! based on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) develop students' self-assessment skills and highlight their progress.
Wonderful cultural lessons from around the world open a window to different global cultures and introduce a fun class project to involve all students.
The DVD Club dissemination in each unit provides information on the language and helps young learners.
Many drawings, crafts and stickers in the Activity Book in full color help develop coordination and motor skills, as well as provide a fun and engaging way to learn.