What to do *after* Genki English? +Lots of other tips and tricks

One of the most common questions I get asked is “What to do once we’ve completed Genki English?” Β  So I made a quick video for you, that also includes lots of other hints and tips on intonation, pronunciation, what influences the speed at which kids learn & lots more ….

And since I made this video, thanks to everyone’s amazing feedback, Β I’ve added three new course for VIP Members*

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Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. When I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. Now I help teachers just like you teach amazing lessons and double your incomes!

2 Responses to “What to do *after* Genki English? +Lots of other tips and tricks”

  1. Trevor Lawless

    Looking forward to the advanced themes you are working on. At elementary school I pretty much finish the current Genki English themes and phonics by the end of grade 4, but in grade 5 and 6 they have more English classes, so some next level stuff would be great. My current program after GE is some CLIL, “four skills” task based style lessons, presentations, projects, and a bit more reading. Also a fair bit of review and some assessment to try and make sure no-one has got through to grade 5 or 6 without at least picking up the basic skills. There are many themes covered in GE that can lead into a CLIL type lesson for students who have finishe GE. eg. Under the sea => food chains, Animal voices => habitats, Fruit market => Where does our food come from? etc…

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