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We are seriously enthusiastic about our junior programmes and work hard on developing engaging lessons which benefit teenage language learners inside and outside the classroom.

Every student who visits an Oxford International Junior Programmes centre deserves to gain confidence, improve their communication skills, enjoy themselves and leave with lasting memories and friendships.

Bright Futures is the third junior coursebook series developed by Oxford International. The series is a great success among students as well as teachers.

  • Available on six levels ranging from A1 to C2
  • 15 hours of tuition per week
  • Students can stay for up to 4 weeks without repeating any lessons
  • Fresh and spacious design to keep teenagers curious
  • Different lesson types offer variety for everyone

Language Study lessons focus on the building blocks of the English language:

  • Building communicative competence
  • Learning new vocabulary
  • Understanding grammar
  • Practice in realistic and engaging activities

 

Language for Life lessons focus on topics, skills and vocabulary relevant to students’ lives not just the classroom, e.g.

  • study skills
  • thinking skills
  • functional language
  • communication skills

with activities that engage and motivate

 

Reading, hearing, saying and writing new words is not enough. In our weekly Review lesson students recycle new language in the format of a Conversation Club (structure dependent on levels and ability) while projects are all about cooperation and creativity.

Themes range from photography projects to international cookery books or sketch performances.

Our Young Learner’ Programme caters to our youngest learners. We provide age specific materials developed to engage young learners. Lessons times are the same as the standard programme but there are more frequent breaks and the lessons use activity-based learning to maintain focus and concentration.

Intensive English is also available. These provide students with additional language practice. Supplementing their standard 15 hours of lessons, this gives students a total of 21 hours of English learning a week.