• Welcome to LANGO LAND!

    Change your Child’s Life with the Power of Language

    LANGO LAND is an exciting English learning experience for very young learners from 3 to 5 years old. The programme is a fresh, fun and dynamic introduction to English so that your child is engaged in a secure, safe and stimulating environment. This enables children to absorb English as easy as they absorbed their mother tongue.

    All 3 levels of LANGO LAND use a range of classroom strategies and materials that we know work well with your child.

    LANGO LAND makes learning a foreign Language Language fun for preschoolers, toddlers, and nursery school children. Children will learn English through an engaging mix of games, songs, puppet shows, arts & crafts, cooking projects, treasure hunts, movement and drama, all in the foreign language. Our unique play-based approach is the best way for kids to enjoy learning a foreign language.

    LANGO LAND English programme is designed to focus solely on a child's "Window of Opportunity," between 3 & 5+, to absorb a foreign language naturally.

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  • WHAT IS LANGO LAND?

    Centered on the true-to-life everyday topics, LANGO LAND teaches children genuine, useable English. In addition to language learning, the programme also provides valuable lessons in socialization, numeracy and computer skills, all developed based on the Early Years Foundation Curriculum.

    LANGO LAND compatibility with the Early Years Foundation Curriculum enables the programme to deliver additional benefits too. Following are six main areas that the Early Years Foundation Curriculum focuses on Communication, language and literacy, Personal, social and emotional development, Problem solving and reasoning, Creative development, Physical development and Knowledge and understanding of the world.

    Children are trained on cooperation through pair-work and group work, the ability to listen to instructions, developing gross and fine motor skills for pencil control, letter and word recognition, speaking with confidence, appreciating the need to share and take turns and much more.

    The introduction of all the above areas in a safe, secure and friendly environment has made LANGO LAND a complete English language learning system delivering a complete English language learning experience. During the day, children will experience stimulating, enriching and rewarding activities. This experience is framed in a viable system, where everything needed to help young children start the process of learning English is provided. The system also reassures parents and equips teacher with the essential resources needed to make carefully graded progress. In the classroom, the language is taught in three main phases:

    1. Learn

    2. Practice

    3. Activate

    The programme mainly uses the communicative approach as a means of teaching English. Children must be encouraged and motivated to learn and speak English in ways they can relate to. If their learning experience is fun and stimulating through play, activities, games and role playing, they will learn better. The language will come alive in their world; it will become part of their culture and their way of life.

    Learning English at a very young age helps children speak both languages as if each was their native tongue. The social, linguistic and educational skills developed throughout the LANGO LAND course provide a sound foundation not only for further English studies but also for general education. This is because a child's brain processes multiple languages in parallel paths, building a second language system alongside the first. This helps enhancing the child’s cognitive development, resulting in better grades and higher test scores later in life.

  • WHAT IS LANGO LAND?

    Centered on the true-to-life everyday topics, LANGO LAND teaches children genuine, useable English. In addition to language learning, the programme also provides valuable lessons in socialization, numeracy and computer skills, all developed based on the Early Years Foundation Curriculum.

    LANGO LAND compatibility with the Early Years Foundation Curriculum enables the programme to deliver additional benefits too. Following are six main areas that the Early Years Foundation Curriculum focuses on Communication, language and literacy, Personal, social and emotional development, Problem solving and reasoning, Creative development, Physical development and Knowledge and understanding of the world.

    Children are trained on cooperation through pair-work and group work, the ability to listen to instructions, developing gross and fine motor skills for pencil control, letter and word recognition, speaking with confidence, appreciating the need to share and take turns and much more.

    The introduction of all the above areas in a safe, secure and friendly environment has made LANGO LAND a complete English language learning system delivering a complete English language learning experience. During the day, children will experience stimulating, enriching and rewarding activities. This experience is framed in a viable system, where everything needed to help young children start the process of learning English is provided. The system also reassures parents and equips teacher with the essential resources needed to make carefully graded progress. In the classroom, the language is taught in three main phases: 1. Learn 2. Practice 3. Activate

    The programme mainly uses the communicative approach as a means of teaching English. Children must be encouraged and motivated to learn and speak English in ways they can relate to. If their learning experience is fun and stimulating through play, activities, games and role playing, they will learn better. The language will come alive in their world; it will become part of their culture and their way of life.

    Learning English at a very young age helps children speak both languages as if each was their native tongue. The social, linguistic and educational skills developed throughout the LANGO LAND course provide a sound foundation not only for further English studies but also for general education. This is because a child's brain processes multiple languages in parallel paths, building a second language system alongside the first. This helps enhancing the child’s cognitive development, resulting in better grades and higher test scores later in life.

  • Welcome to LANGO LAND!

    Vision

    At LANGO LAND our vision is to revolutionalise children's English education worldwide. We also aim to make English learning easier and more fun for children while maintaining our very high educational standards.

    Mission

    LANGO LAND is committed to transform the way and the age-group in which children start learning English as a Foreign Language (EFL). By achieving this, we will be able to foster a future generation of multilingual children.

    Philosophy: Learning through Play

    At the heart of LANGO LAND philosophy lays the welfare of children. Since playing is vital for children. It is through play that children learn, grow, gain confidence & have fun. LANGO LAND Programme follows the guidelines of The Early Years Foundation Curriculum which focuses on providing the appropriate play experiences to enable children to develop in six areas...

    • Language & literacy
    • Personal & social development
    • Problem solving & reasoning
    • Creative development
    • Physical development
    • Understanding of the world

    LANGO LAND Principles

    • Young children learn best through play
    • Creating the need to communicate is the best way to learn a new language
    • Language learning for young children should assist the general development of the child
    • Young children respond best to praise and encouragement

    Lifelong Benefitss

    Young learners enrich their lives and open up doors to their future by gaining:

    • An expanded world view.
    • Greater intercultural appreciation and sensitivity.
    • Ability to learn additional languages more easily.
    • A competitive edge in future markets and the global marketplace.

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    Notting Hill College
    A Leading Provider of Diversified Learning Opportunities
    • LANGO LAND is a subsidiary of Notting Hill College a dynamic British institution specialises in further education as well as vocational training. The College is established in 2004 and ever since that date, it has been constantly expanding in various tracks; curriculum and programme design, academic partnership and network construction. This diligent work has made us a leading provider presenting diversified learning services.

    • The College has recently entered a partnership with Eton University a private, comprehensive university founded to provide education for individuals worldwide through distance learning. This partnership has entitled Notting Hill College to offer joint higher degree programmes in the fields of Business and Teacher Training and to issue cobranded credentials.

    • Due to our rigorous updates and innovations; NHC has attracted ambitious students to join its programmes and has thrived the teaching and learning community. Our quality-driven approach has given us a global outlook and has placed NHC at the forefront of continuous education.

    • Our institution operates across four major areas which are: Teacher Training; Business Training language training and assessment. Our students are on courses leading to certificate level and diploma level programmes. The exceptional breadth of vocational training choices together with the rapidly-expanding range of world language courses enables us to fulfill the requirements of our students and potential students. The College’s array of short courses, certificate level and diploma level programmes are spread across four distinct areas: Language Training, Teacher Training, Business Training and Language Assessment.

    • All NHC programmes are committed to excellent education and quality training. Through our practical, career-focused training, we help our students reach their full potential. Our experience in delivering vocational and academic courses in a wide range of subjects has helped our students achieve their goals and have a successful future.

  • Why LANGO LAND?

    • Our curriculum and linguistic goals are embedded in art projects, games, relay races, cooking projects, drama, singing, and more, all designed to appeal to a young child's sense of discovery and fun.

    • This hands-on, interactive, high-energy approach ensures that children are motivated and engaged while learning at the same time.

    • Unit themes such as At the Beach, At School…, contextualise the learning experience for children.

    • We train LANGO LAND teachers to use dramatic presentation, miming, gestures, facial expressions and silliness to enhance both comprehension and fun.

    • The high energy communicative method encourages children to become active participants in the language.

    • Our engaging activities and hands-on, demonstrative approach foster a positive, can-do attitude toward language learning.
  • Our Approach

    • Hands-on learning is LANGO LAND‘s proven approach to teaching English to children. At the core of this approach are “experimentation & challenges” that students under go in order to experience new vocabulary and grammar. The types of tasks vary according to the pedagogical objective; movement, acting, playing, craft and art work as well as basic conversation are some of the tools used in class. Initially, these tasks are quite simple, but as students are able to grasp more complex missions are introduced. Using task-based activities augment children’s sense of achievement and help them building their confidence as they become proud of their growing knowledge.
  • Functional Language

    • LANGO LAND curriculum presents the foreign language in phrases, simple sentences and target structures. We believe that language instruction for children must go beyond simple vocabulary lists to functional language. We want to give children the tools to express themselves simply in another language.

      Teaching children language in functional chunks such as, "I am____," or "I want a ______" allows children to assimilate and communicate global meaning before breaking language down into its discrete grammatical parts. Linguistic research shows that children retain and retrieve language best in chunks, rather than in individual words. This approach enables them to communicate more fully, sooner.

      The key components of our curriculum include:
      • Language Chunks: equipping children right away with functional language through key phrases and language chunks rather than just vocabulary lists.
      • Sheltered language: using slower, well-articulated language and consistent phrasing to facilitate comprehension.
      • Rhythm: setting key phrases and structures to rhythm as a retention and retrieval tool.
      • Repetition: repeating key phrases and structures to reinforce retention.
      • Constant language: optimizing exposure time to the language by providing maximum input.
      • Positive reinforcement: rewarding children with praise at every level of participation and skill to foster a positive, can-do attitude toward language learning.
  • Multi-Level Learning

    • Children grouping depends on two factors, age and language level. This ensures that each child is challenged at his or her own pace, benefiting from individualised attention in a multi-level environment.

      Small Groups:

      During a session, each teacher works with a small group of children. Children benefit from a vibrant group dynamic, playing team games and creating a group call and response echo to reinforce language goals. The small group size also allows for individual attention and language practice tailored to each child’s level.

      Individualised Learning:
      In our multi-level setting, teachers tailor their prompts and expectations of responses to challenge each child at their own level. Beginners hear simple yes/no, X or Y questions: “Do you like brown or red?”, and answer back non-verbally, or with a one-word or very simple responses. More advanced students are prompted with open ended questions: “What is your favourite colour? and respond with fuller sentences: “I like red!” Some students eventually take the reins, asking beginner peers simple questions: “What colour do you like, Ben?while practicing the interrogative structure.

      In this way, a teacher can accommodate and challenge each child at her own level in the context of an age-appropriate activity. Thanks to the range of levels in any group, children are exposed to simple and complex language models through “peer partnerships” and always see the next level to reach for.

      Peer Partnerships:

      In all sessions, children are encouraged to interact with one another using the foreign language, not just with the teacher. Newer or younger students have the benefit of peer models: hearing friends speaking the language in a LANGO LAND class motivates the beginner socially as well as cognitively. The more advanced learner is put in a leadership position and builds skills and confidence while showing what she knows. Rather than a teacher-centered environment (where only the teacher speaks the foreign language), LANGO LAND is a peer-partnership environment where children also learn from each other.

      i+1:

      The concept of i+1 provides the foundation for successful multi-level immersion language learning. i+1 is a concept pioneered by Lev Vygotsky, who believed that social learning leads to cognitive development. More specifically, he talked about what he coined, "the zone of proximal development," which described the space of learning potential between what we know and what we have yet to learn.

      Linguist Stephen Krashen took this theory further with his “Input Hypothesis.” Krashen promoted the importance of language input in language learning, positing that input should always stretch the learner — give input + 1 step more — to move the learner from what they know into the zone of what they can learn, optimizing his or her potential.

      Using the principle of i+1, LANGO LAND teachers constantly present children with language input with a stretch as their skill develops. Teachers model the language at the child’s current level, and then at a slightly higher level, to give her something to reach for. Before long, the child will find that his “i” level has shifted higher into the proximal zone. From there, the relative challenge and learning increases.

  • LANGO LAND Progress Ladder

    • At LANGO LAND, children’s progress is tracked using the LANGO LAND Progress Ladder.

      LANGO LAND’s curriculum is designed to engage young learners and teach them basic conversation skills. Our programme tracks their progress up the LANGO LAND Progress Ladder, as children build new language skills at each Learning Stage. With consistent, ongoing exposure to the language at LANGO LAND, a child will gain a deeper proficiency and will climb up the Progree Ladder.

      The LANGO LAND Progress Ladder takes children through the listening stage, the repetition stage, the spontaneous speaking stage, and a last stage during which they develop their proficiency by expanding their language from using common basic phrases to their creating their own original sentences. Throughout their language learning adventure, children at LANGO LAND will also develop comprehension skills as they receptively integrate each new phrase, sentence or structure. This is typically done in a fun and stimulating setting where young children are able to easily absorb a second language much in the same way they absorbed their mother tongue.

      In their first level, children will progress within the Repetition Stage:

      • Listening: internalizing sounds, structures and intonation patterns within the first two seasons
      • Repeating Words / Repeating Sentences in the first season.
      • Repeating Sentences / Using Single Words Spontaneously within the second season.
      In their second Level, children will develop their verbal mastery to include an increasing number of language structures, within the Spontaneous Speaking Stage:
      • Using Single Words Spontaneously / Using Key Phrases Spontaneously within the first year.
      • Using Key Phrases Spontaneously / Creating New Sentences within the second year.
      In their third Level beyond, children begin to experiment with the language to develop their conversational proficiency:
      • Asking Questions / Creating Complex Sentences / Expressing Past and Future Events over the course of three to four years.

      Second language acquisition stages mirror first language acquisition stages beginning with an initial "silent" period of listening as the learner absorbs the sounds, structures, intonation patterns, and vocabulary of the language, followed by period of babbling as the learner tests out the new sounds and rhythms of the language. Just as toddlers build a repertoire of single words and then begin to put them together into simple sentences, so do second language learners build their speaking skills by building simple two and three word phrases: I want cookie, my shirt blue, etc. As exposure and skill increase, these simple utterances take a more graceful form: "I want a cookie, please," or, "My shirt is blue." Verbal development grows from one-to-two word utterances, to simple sentences, to global "key" phrases, to more sophisticated, creative speech. Children at Language Stars learn languages just as children learn their first language by being stimulated by natural language input and engaging context.


  • Our Approach

    • LANGO LAND applies a proven methodology that comprises the following language learning approaches:

      Functional Language

      LANGO LAND curriculum presents the foreign language in phrases, simple sentences and target structures. We believe that language instruction for children must go beyond simple vocabulary lists to functional language. We want to give children the tools to express themselves simply in another language. Teaching children language in functional chunks such as, "I am____," or "I want a ______" allows children to assimilate and communicate global meaning before breaking language down into its discrete grammatical parts. Linguistic research shows that children retain and retrieve language best in chunks, rather than in individual words. This approach enables them to communicate more fully, sooner.

      The key components of our curriculum include:
  • Foreign Language Learning Method

    • Hands-on Learning is LANGO LAND’s unique, proprietary approach to teaching kids new languages. At the core of this approach are “challenges” that students complete in order to experience new vocabulary and grammar through movement, playacting, art and basic conversation. Initially, these challenges are quite simple, but as students are able to grasp more complex exercises, they begin to gain confidence and become proud of their growing knowledge. Adventure Learning draws on three well-regarded methods and principles:
      • 1. Total Physical Response
      • 2. The Multi-sensory Method
      • 3. The theory of Multiple Intelligences
      • Employing Total Physical Response or TPR, we expose children to the target language and offer them a variety of ways to respond before actually speaking it. This mimics the way that children learn languages naturally.
      • The Multi-sensory exposes learners to new languages through dramatic communication full of emotion and feeling - the surest way to ensure that students retain what they learn.
      • The Multiple Intelligences theory suggests that learners acquire new information in a variety of ways: musical, verbal, tactile, visual, and other means.


      Our Curriculum

      Our curriculum has been carefully developed and refined by a team of expert linguists and educators and is aligned with both state (ICTFL - Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) and national (ACTFL - American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. Behind the fun, games, projects and songs, you'll find a structured curriculum based on the following components:

    • Learning Topics

      Our programme focuses on building foundational vocabulary. Each unit features a targeted Learning Topic such as colors, clothing, food, or body parts. Every song, game, activity, snack and art project is designed to reinforce this key Learning Topic.

      Learning Goals

      The programme focuses on building functional language skills by featuring a specific language structure each unit. Children practice Learning Goals such as expressing likes and dislikes, expressing possession with "to have," expressing motion with "to go," and more.

      Building Blocks

      In addition to our Learning Goal structures, our Building Blocks reinforce a focused number of conversational basics such as, "My name is_____, I’m X years old, I live in_____," etc. Children warm up in each Kids Only class by reviewing a particular Building Block or enjoying a fast-paced Building Block "grab-bag" game.

      Songs

      Because rhythm is such a powerful learning tool, we reinforce our Learning Topics and Learning Goals with short, simple songs that highlight key words and structures. Each unit includes a number of songs to reinforce this key language in a fun way.

      Themes

      • Fun, child friendly themes like Time, family, & classroom are created and introduced in a funny communicative manner to reinforcement of engagement and learning.
      • Themes add color and makes pedagogical objectives contexualised. Themes serve the Learning Goals of the unit.

  • Learning Method

    A simple methodology that's a proven success
    • Learning through Play is LANGO LAND’s unique approach to teaching children new languages. At the core of this approach are “challenges” that students complete in order to experience new vocabulary and grammar through movement, playacting, art and basic conversation. Initially, these challenges are quite simple, but as students are able to grasp more complex exercises, they begin to gain confidence and become proud of their growing knowledge.

      LANGO LAND English Learning Programme draws on three well-regarded methods and principles:

      • Employing Total Physical Response or TPR, we expose children to the target language and offer them a variety of ways to respond before actually speaking it. This mimics the way that children learn languages naturally.
      • The Multiple Intelligences theory suggests that learners acquire new information in a variety of ways: musical, verbal, tactile, visual, and other means
      • The Multi-sensory exposes learners to new languages through dramatic communication full of emotion and feeling - the surest way to ensure that students retain what they learn.

    • LANGO LAND’s teaching technique appeals to all types of learners. The more ways in which your child is engaged with LANGO LAND Programmes, the more quickly and naturally your child absorbs the English language. LANGO LAND employed approach, surrounding learners with visual, aural and contextual language, modeled on the way we learned our first language.
    • LANGO LAND’s multi-sensory, multi-layered communication works powerfully with all new learners. The unique LANGO LAND design is effective for visual/spatial, verbal, kinesthetic, musical and logical/mathematic learners.
  • We Make English Learning Fun!

    • LANGO LAND sets students up to succeed in English LANGO LAND applies the Immersion method to maximise fun in a play-based, full-immersion setting. It is the most effective method for teaching children a foreign language. Our dynamic teachers immerse children entirely in the target language through a high-energy mix of games, projects, music & movement, treasure hunts and other activities that have been designed to promote learning and fun. Children are immediately engaged in a variety of interactive, play-based, age-appropriate activities.

    • LEARN YOUNG!
      • We take advantage of the window of opportunity from birth to approximately adolescence when the brain is hard-wired to learn language naturally.
      • From the moment children enter the classroom, they are fully immersed in the English language.
      • Children are able to follow along immediately:
        • We use bright, clear visuals, dynamic gestures, miming, vivid facial expressions, and dramatic voices to facilitate comprehension in the context of 100% immersion.
        • We provide consistent language clues, use choice questions, model answers and prompt group repetition to help children speak the new language.
        • We use a system of rhythmic chanting to promote retention and retrieval of new words and key language structures.
        • We use sheltered language—simple, well articulated, consistent phrases—to promote comprehension and speaking.
      • This full-immersion approach takes advantage of children's unique ability to absorb a English naturally, the same way they absorbed their first language.
      • In a full-immersion setting, children learn a second language without having to translate.
      • Our teachers use the English for the entire session, taking advantage of a young child's ability to mimic native accents flawlessly.
      • Children are encouraged to actively use the English throughout the course of each session.
      • Children are gathered in small groups to foster individualised learning; our teachers challenge each child to develop comprehension, basic verbal skills and increased spontaneous speech at his or her own pace.
      • In this multi-level learning environment, newcomers learn from peer-models while more experienced children build confidence and leadership alongside more advanced language skills.
  • The Window of Opportunity

    • Between birth and adolescence the brain is equipped to acquire language naturally. As a child approaches puberty, the nature of language learning and storage changes, becoming less flexible. Overall, the ease of learning a second language diminishes with age.
      • Learning a second language at a young age is cognitively as easy as learning a first language.
      • A child's brain processes multiple languages in parallel paths, building a second language system alongside the first.
      • A young learner can access a second language separately, without having to translate, or go through the native language as a path.
      • An older learner (after puberty) stores new languages in a separate area of the brain, requiring translation and explicit grammar training to learn.
      • The diminishing plasticity of the brain makes early learning optimal.

      Taking advantage of this window of opportunity by exposing your child to a second language young allows a child to optimise his or her learning potential, helping to shape the brain at its most flexible stage. The more stimulation language centers in the brain receive during this critical window, the more neural connections develop, enhancing not only long term language skills, but overall intelligence development.

      According to The Wall Street Journal, "learning a second language later in life is fundamentally different from learning it early in life....Toddlers who learn a second language along with their native tongue store this capability in a single sector in the brain...but if the second language is acquired later—say, in a French class in high school—the brain designates a separate area for processing it....those who learn two languages at a young age retain an [unique] ability to speak both as if each was their native tongue."

  • The Benefits of Learning Language Young

    • Young children are uniquely suited to learning a second language. The developing brain is hard-wired to acquire language. Never again will it be this natural or this easy!
      Children Learn A Second Language Naturally
      • Exposing your child to a second language while young allows a child to optimize his or her learning potential, helping to shape the brain at its most flexible stage. Young children are uniquely suited to learning a second language. Learning a second language at a young age is cognitively as easy as learning a first language. Young children can acquire native-like fluency as easily as they learned to walk. Where adults have to work through an established first-language system, studying explicit grammar rules and practicing rote drills, the young kids learn naturally, absorbing the sounds, structures, intonation patterns and rules of a second language intuitively, as they did their mother tongue. The young brain is inherently flexible and uniquely hard-wired to acquire language naturally.
  • what Research says?

  • Linguistic Benefits

    • Young language learners can acquire native-like fluency as easily as they learned to walk, in contrast to an adult language learner. Where adult learners have to work through an established first-language system, studying explicit grammar rules and practicing rote drills, the young learner learns naturally, absorbing the sounds, structures, intonation patterns and rules of a second language intuitively, as they did their mother tongue. The young brain is inherently flexible, uniquely hard-wired to acquire language naturally.

      Older learners lose the ability to hear and reproduce new sounds by age 8-12, according to experts, resulting in a permanent foreign-sounding accent in any language. Younger learners benefit from flexible ear and speech muscles that can still hear the critical differences between the sounds of a second language, as well as reproduce them with native-like quality.

  • Cognitive Benefits

    • While some parents worry that starting their toddler on a second language will interfere with developing English skills, the opposite is actually true. Children can differentiate between two languages within the first weeks of life. "Learning another language actually enhances a child's overall verbal development," says Roberta Michnick Golinkoff Ph.D., author of How Babies Talk.

      The research goes on to show a number of additional cognitive benefits to learning a second language at an early age. Children who study foreign language show higher cognitive performance in overall basic skills in elementary school. According to the College Entrance Examination Board, they go on to score higher on SATs. Children who learn a foreign language at a young age also exhibit better problem-solving skills, enhanced spatial relations, and heightened creativity. Learning a second language early on encourages flexible thinking and communication skills, helping children consider issues from more than one perspective.

      Additionally, research shows that multilinguals have enhanced memory, planning, and multi-tasking skills. When learning multiple languages young, the brain is trained to attend to salient information and to disregard non-pertinent information, a skill that later supports better focus, memory, planning and multitasking abilities. Research shows that multilinguals use more of their brains than monolinguals and outperform monolinguals on creativity tests.

  • Lifelong Benefits

    • The gift of language is an investment that last a lifetime!

      Young learners enrich their lives and open up doors to their future by gaining:

      • An expanded world view.
      • Greater intercultural appreciation and sensitivity.
      • Ability to learn additional languages more easily.
      • A competitive edge in future markets and the global marketplace.




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  • Comprehensive & Convenient

    • LANGO LAND 3-5 English Programme is a three level course that is based on a "spiral" topic-based syllabus. Each level comprises 10 units with a minimum of 72 teaching hours per level.

      The aim of the course is to help your child communicate confidently in English by having fun. It uses a wide range of stimulating activities to which your child can easily relate.

      New vocabulary and grammar is taught on each level. This is recapped and consolidated throughout the course. Course “Spirality” ensures your child understands and communicates with confidence.

      Topics include: colours, numbers greetings, school, home, family, toys, picnic, farm..etc. To make language meaningful, the syllabus integrates structure (verbs, nouns, adjectives…) with the four language skills.

      LANGO LAND English Programme is complete with everything teachers need to help students learn another language.Course materials ensure an excellent foundation in language and culture; they instill the love of English, as something fun and natural, for young children.

  • Course Materials

    Comprehensive & Convenient

    • LANGO LAND 3-5 English Programme is a three level course that is based on a "spiral" topic-based syllabus. Each level comprises 10 units with a minimum of 72 teaching hours per level.

      The aim of the course is to help your child communicate confidently in English by having fun. It uses a wide range of stimulating activities to which your child can easily relate.

      New vocabulary and grammar is taught on each level. This is recapped and consolidated throughout the course. Course “Spirality” ensures your child understands and communicates with confidence.

      Topics include: colours, numbers greetings, school, home, family, toys, picnic, farm..etc. To make language meaningful, the syllabus integrates structure (verbs, nouns, adjectives…) with the four language skills.

      LANGO LAND English Programme is complete with everything teachers need to help students learn another language.Course materials ensure an excellent foundation in language and culture; they instill the love of English, as something fun and natural, for young children.

    Everything is provided!

        
    • 3 Course Books – 28 topics that present functional language in the context, they are colourful, fun and contain stories, songs, chants and games all designed to motivate children.
    • 4 Activity Books - to reinforce and extend vocabulary practice, they also focus on reading and writing.
    • 3 Audio CDs an integral part of the LANGO LAND experience. The characters will come alive for the children as they listen in with the activities, stories, songs and rhymes. The audios used will help children develop listening habits and better pronunciation.
    • 3 Teacher Books- provides very simple step-by-step plans for each lesson in the book, full of creative ideas for presenting the target language with special focus on cultural enrichments, reproducible activities, assessments are also included.
    • Sticker Book-
    • 2 Number Books- designed like children's puzzle book to make number work fun.
    • Flash Cards-338 flash cards used to introduce new words, letters and numbers and are also used extensively in games and other activities.
    • Posters- unique to LANGO LAND, (60 posters) stimulating, colourful pictures, introducing the topics and main vocabulary sets of the course to illustrate the topic, introduce vocabulary and contextualise the language
    • Academic Manual- out-lines the learning system
    • Social Activity Manual-
  • LANGO LAND English Course Focuses on Five Key Areas

    Vocabulary    Grammar & Structure    Phonics & Listening
       Literacy: Reading & Writing   Speaking & Conversation
    We develop these areas using flashcards, cartoons, videos and songs that engage and motivate children. All our material can be revisited as often as necessary to reinforce learning.

    Unit structure

    • Lesson 1 introduces the first three new words with a vocabulary chant.
    • Lesson 2 introduces the second three new words and includes the unit's song.
    • Lesson 3 is the unit story, which includes the new words.
    • Lesson 4 is the unit number lesson and includes a chant or song.
    • Lessons 5-7 are phonics lessons and include chants or songs.
    • Lesson 8 is an optional art and craft and consolidation lesson.
  • What are the Aims of the Course?

    The aims of the course are linguistic, educational and social. In addition to providing a foundation for primary English studies, the course will help children adapt to a classroom setting, learn how to listen and speak, develop key motor skills for pencil control, acquire basic computer skills, understand sharing and taking turns and practice recognition and observation skills essential for any further formal education.

    The key aims are to:

    • encourage confidence in speaking English
    • develop a solid vocabulary base
    • develop letter recognition and production in preparation for reading and writing
    • develop listening skills
    • practice cooperative skills in pair and group work
    • have fun with English and enjoy learning with LANGO LAND
  • Share in the Success of LANGO LAND

    • LANGLAND warmly invites you to join our globally expanding network of nurseries. Investment in the children’s English training market is substantial. English is today’s most imperial language and most commonly used in communication. Parents consider their kids’ success their most valuable asset. They are simply willing to spend much of their income to ensure they start their kids on the path towards success. When kids are exposed to the English language at their early age, they are likely to absorb it as they absorbed their mother tongue.

      However, starting a new nursery business is risky. Most studies show that over 90 percent fail within three years. The primary reason that the failure rate is so high is because the owners have to go through the learning curve of operating that nursery. Joining a well-established network reduces that curve substantially.

      Build your Dreams on the Foundation of LANGOLAND

      LANGOLAND is one of the most established and well-respected brands in children’s education. Whether you own a nursery and seek branding it or an entrepreneur looking for a profitable business opportunity, here’s the chance!

      It is the opportunity to own and operate a nursery that provides much more than an English course but integrated educational solutions aiming at a whole child development.

      LANGO LAND is an exciting English learning experience for very young learners from 3 to 7 years old. The programme is a fresh, fun and dynamic introduction to English so that children are engaged in a secure, safe and stimulating environment. This enables children to absorb English as easy as they absorbed their mother tongue.

      All 3 levels of LANGO LAND use a range of classroom strategies and materials that we know work well with your child.

      Your success is our success

      Our partnership models include not only branding but a comprehensive training including franchise orientation, product and sales training, and administrative training, in addition to the academic Training. Our manuals provide a complete guide to the proven-successful LANGOLAND system. We also provide strategic guidance on marketing and customer relations to ensure a high level of quality and support your success.

      LANGOLAND Partner’s Profile

      LANGOLAND seeks a partner who has strong knowledge of the local market, has sufficient financial resources to meet our standards and is fluent in the local language and business culture. A strong customer orientation and ability to master sophisticated operating systems are also necessary, as is an interest in LANGOLAND brand.

      If you already own and operate a nursery, LANGOLAND offers a selective conversion program for you to enter our global network of nurseries.

      WE’LL SUPPORT YOU ON YOUR PATH TO SUCCESS

      Our partnership kit includes everything you need for training, hiring academic staff and finding and opening your LANGOLAND nursery. Our dedicated business development team is fully committed to your success and provides support every step of the way. From pre-opening to launch to day-to-day operations,

      Why Choosing LANGOLAND?

      LANGOLAND’ partners benefit from these advantages:

      • A market-leading brand
      • Training from experts
      • A reputation for quality
      • Proven results
      • Ongoing training
      • Professional marketing support
      • Integrated system
      • Comprehensive partnership kit
      • Minimal Cost
      • High Profit
      • Rapid Growth
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