English for Kids & Teens

Amideast’s English language courses give young learners an early start on the road to becoming proficient, confident users of English, able to take advantage of educational and career opportunities. Our approach provides kids and teens of different ages and levels the opportunity to explore and experience the language with their classmates, as they develop their oral and written proficiency. Our dedicated teachers provide students with fun, interactive language practice using age-appropriate materials in a safe learning environment.

Young learners in Amideast’s program benefit from the following:

  • Small class sizes
  • Individualized instruction and support
  • Interactive, communicative approach
  • Hands-on activities, including games, drama, stories, and projects
  • Multimedia tools to enhance all language skills
  • Taught by expert, certified teachers of American English
  • Welcoming environment with comfortable facilities and friendly staff

 

Classes are tailored to meet the learning needs of young learners to make learning another language a fun and engaging process.

Amideast Young Elementary (YE) Program

Ages 6 to 9 years old

Level

CEFR Level

Course Description

YE1

Pre-A1 

An introduction to English with real-world stories, pictures, and activities. Speaking activities are a real focus.  

YE2

Pre-A1 

Students continue their English journey with more real-life exercises. Each lesson introduces new vocabulary and phonics.

YE3

A1

Students travel the world, developing their language. Each lesson explores new structures and small group opportunities. 

YE4

A1

Students gain confidence in their English language use, both in accuracy and fluency. 

Amideast Young Learner (YL) Program

Ages 10 to 14 years old

Level

CEFR Level

Course Description

YL1A

A1

A beginner course that introduces basic grammar structures, the alphabet, numbers, and basic question forms. Topics include school, home life, and neighborhoods.

YL1B

A1

Themes center around family, geography and teen time while introducing the structure of “Be” in statements and questions forms, prepositions of place, and demonstratives.

YL2A

A1

Students will learn about negative sentences, yes/no questions, and time. Themes include sports, our lives, and personal interests.

YL2B

A1

Present Continuous in statements and negative and interrogative forms are centered around themes of favorite activities, food, and the natural world.

YL3A

A2

Simple Past and comparative adjectives are the grammar focus of this level in the context of school life, free time, and travel.

YL3B

A2

Health, special events, and city life introduce the future tenses, as well as clauses with "because" and "when" and modal verbs.

YL4A

B1

Simple Past, Past Continuous, Future Tenses and expressing preferences are outlined in the themes of personal life, one's future, and people.

YL4B

B1

The themes of entertainment, experiences, and dreams and reality set the scene for developing more complex structures such as Present Perfect, superlative forms, and conditionals.

Amideast Young Adult Program

Age 15 to end of High School

Level

CEFR Level

Course Description

YAD1A

A1

A beginner course that reviews the basic grammar structures, pronouns, articles, and Simple Present Tense

YAD1B

A1

Through the themes of food, neighborhoods, and past experiences, students will review countable and uncountable nouns and present continuous and simple past tenses.

YAD2A

A2

Through the themes of weather, health, and describing people, students will acquire use of adverbs of intensity, quantifiers, imperative forms, and present continuous as future tense.

YAD2B

A2

Comparative Adjectives, modal verbs, and Present Perfect are introduced through the themes and vocabulary used in shopping, entertainment, and changes.

YAD3A

B1

Education, personal stories, and fashion are some of the themes that introduce students to uses of the zero conditional, past continuous, and comparative & superlative forms.

YAD3B

B1

First and second conditionals, modal verbs, and expressions with infinitives are outlined in the themes of the environment, relationships, and music.

YAD4A

B1+

Time clauses, passives voice, and use of relative clauses are part of the grammar taught in the context of the news, behavior, and travel and tourism.

YAD4B

B1+

Past perfect, third conditional, past modals, future continuous and linking verbs are presented through the themes of lessons in life, world events, and problem solving.

YAD5A

B1++

Continuing an in-depth look at tenses, students will also practice conversation etiquette and various reading strategies.

YAD5B

B1++

Students will look to the future while making perceptions, inference, and describing feelings and emotions.

YAD6A

B2

While exploring achievements, processes, and trends, students will practice their interview skills, giving instructions, and connected speech.

YAD6B

B2

Using a variety of sentence length, choosing the right vocabulary, and using reported speech will be presented through themes of change, wisdom, and one's surroundings.

 

 

Schedule 2021 - 2022

Sessions

Dates

September

August 26 - September 13

Semester 1

September 22 - January 23

Semester 2

January 26 - May 29

June

June 06 - June 27

July

July 4 - July 29

August

August 3 - August 25

August 2

August 26 - September 14

The registration fee for every course is 590 TND, including books and a certificate.

For more information about the English Language Program, please contact us at tunisia@amideast.org or at 71 145 700.

 

Amideast’s English language courses give young learners an early start on the road to becoming proficient, confident users of English, able to take advantage of educational and career opportunities. Our approach provides kids and teens of different ages and levels the opportunity to explore and experience the language with their classmates, as they develop their oral and written proficiency. Our dedicated teachers provide students with fun, interactive language practice using age-appropriate materials in a safe learning environment.

Young learners in Amideast’s program benefit from the following:

  • Small class sizes
  • Individualized instruction and support
  • Interactive, communicative approach
  • Hands-on activities, including games, drama, stories, and projects
  • Multimedia tools to enhance all language skills
  • Taught by expert, certified teachers of American English
  • Welcoming environment with comfortable facilities and friendly staff

 

Classes are tailored to meet the learning needs of young learners to make learning another language a fun and engaging process.

Amideast Young Elementary (YE) Program

Ages 6 to 9 years old

Level

CEFR Level

Course Description

YE1

Pre-A1 

An introduction to English with real-world stories, pictures, and activities. Speaking activities are a real focus.  

YE2

Pre-A1 

Students continue their English journey with more real-life exercises. Each lesson introduces new vocabulary and phonics.

YE3

A1

Students travel the world, developing their language. Each lesson explores new structures and small group opportunities. 

YE4

A1

Students gain confidence in their English language use, both in accuracy and fluency. 

Amideast Young Learner (YL) Program

Ages 10 to 14 years old

Level

CEFR Level

Course Description

YL1A

A1

A beginner course that introduces basic grammar structures, the alphabet, numbers, and basic question forms. Topics include school, home life, and neighborhoods.

YL1B

A1

Themes center around family, geography and teen time while introducing the structure of “Be” in statements and questions forms, prepositions of place, and demonstratives.

YL2A

A1

Students will learn about negative sentences, yes/no questions, and time. Themes include sports, our lives, and personal interests.

YL2B

A1

Present Continuous in statements and negative and interrogative forms are centered around themes of favorite activities, food, and the natural world.

YL3A

A2

Simple Past and comparative adjectives are the grammar focus of this level in the context of school life, free time, and travel.

YL3B

A2

Health, special events, and city life introduce the future tenses, as well as clauses with "because" and "when" and modal verbs.

YL4A

B1

Simple Past, Past Continuous, Future Tenses and expressing preferences are outlined in the themes of personal life, one's future, and people.

YL4B

B1

The themes of entertainment, experiences, and dreams and reality set the scene for developing more complex structures such as Present Perfect, superlative forms, and conditionals.

Amideast Young Adult Program

Age 15 to end of High School

Level

CEFR Level

Course Description

YAD1A

A1

A beginner course that reviews the basic grammar structures, pronouns, articles, and Simple Present Tense

YAD1B

A1

Through the themes of food, neighborhoods, and past experiences, students will review countable and uncountable nouns and present continuous and simple past tenses.

YAD2A

A2

Through the themes of weather, health, and describing people, students will acquire use of adverbs of intensity, quantifiers, imperative forms, and present continuous as future tense.

YAD2B

A2

Comparative Adjectives, modal verbs, and Present Perfect are introduced through the themes and vocabulary used in shopping, entertainment, and changes.

YAD3A

B1

Education, personal stories, and fashion are some of the themes that introduce students to uses of the zero conditional, past continuous, and comparative & superlative forms.

YAD3B

B1

First and second conditionals, modal verbs, and expressions with infinitives are outlined in the themes of the environment, relationships, and music.

YAD4A

B1+

Time clauses, passives voice, and use of relative clauses are part of the grammar taught in the context of the news, behavior, and travel and tourism.

YAD4B

B1+

Past perfect, third conditional, past modals, future continuous and linking verbs are presented through the themes of lessons in life, world events, and problem solving.

YAD5A

B1++

Continuing an in-depth look at tenses, students will also practice conversation etiquette and various reading strategies.

YAD5B

B1++

Students will look to the future while making perceptions, inference, and describing feelings and emotions.

YAD6A

B2

While exploring achievements, processes, and trends, students will practice their interview skills, giving instructions, and connected speech.

YAD6B

B2

Using a variety of sentence length, choosing the right vocabulary, and using reported speech will be presented through themes of change, wisdom, and one's surroundings.

 

 

Schedule 2021 - 2022

Sessions

Dates

September

August 26 - September 13

Semester 1

September 22 - January 23

Semester 2

January 26 - May 29

June

June 06 - June 27

July

July 4 - July 29

August

August 3 - August 25

August 2

August 26 - September 14

The registration fee for every course is 590 TND, including books and a certificate.

For more information about the English Language Program, please contact us at tunisia@amideast.org or at 71 145 700.

 

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Without the pressures of being in class with older students, the Amideast English Club (EC) is specially designed for these early year learners.