EF Action Learning (for students 10-18 on the EF Language Travel program)
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EF Action Learning (for students 10-18 on the EF Language Travel program)


welcome to EF action learning EF language travels revolutionary approach to help students be sehr English and gain confidence while out and about in an english-speaking country developed by our team of language learning experts who can call on over 40 years of experience in teaching and learning the EF action learning methodology is represented by the EF action learning pathway there are four stages knowledge practice projects and results for EF action English the knowledge stage takes place in the classroom as students build up their base knowledge of English students spend their time actively communicating with each other and are encouraged to try out new things with the teacher there to guide them through with EF action learning students have to give presentations about tasks they’ve done outside of the classroom but it doesn’t stop there as students work through the EF action learning pathway their learning continues outside the classroom during their activities in non class time here you get to speak it to know people get to know things that just from the booze you don’t know and I think it’s very with EF action learning students really make the most of being in an english-speaking environment by getting out there and using the language in real-world situations in the practice stage of the EF action learning pathway students are set weekly tasks through EF action learning worksheets which build upon the language they use in class they do these tasks on outside on their own with international friends within the EF global village a member of EF staff is never far away to offer a helping hand in the third stage project students work together to record their experiences and to immerse themselves in English the finished project can take the form of a newsletter a scrapbook or even a video or slideshow students present their project to their classmates with a presentation reflecting on what they’ve learned the EF passports are learn is central to the EF action learning method students use it to record their progress and achievements throughout the course but it also acts as a guide to help students understand their level to try out new things and to prove what they can do the passport contains can-do statements related to the common European framework for reference which acts as mini tasks for students to do outside the class students can try out the tasks for themselves and if they’re successful receive a stamp in that EF possible to learn at the end of their course students take the prestigious F Celt or EF Cambridge English level test which describe students level in terms of the common European framework for reference with their completed passports to learn this forms the result stage so there you have it with the EF action learning students can take time abroad while developing their language skills and making international friends in an experience they will never forget

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