We Learn English has been especially developed for students who are learning English as a second language. Structured to provide meaningful content with fun activities that enhance learning in children, this book has everything to hold students’ interest.
With the objectives of imparting sound training in the construction of English language and developing vocabulary, each unit provides ample opportunities to enrich children’s listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
• Discussion time and Activity time allow children to talk and work together for any given task
• Writing time develops children’s creative expression and writing style
• Review tests assess and evaluate children’s learning at regular intervals
• Glossaries build on the children’s vocabulary
The Students’ Books are accompanied by Bilingual (English/Urdu) Teaching
Features Of This Book
- We Learn English Oxford Book
- For Nursery
- Up-To-Date Edition 2023
- Accoording To The Syllabus Of All The Board
- Soft Binding
- Easy To Read
- Fast Shipping
- Written By Sheena Kizilbash
- Published ByOxford
Salient Feature of this Series :
Classroom Activities: have Suggestions foe Tasks that teacher can carry out in class these will give Children Opportunities to talk and work together and will help to enhance their listening and Speaking skills
Writing Takes: Will develop their hand Writing
Review Taks: Assess Evaluate the Children’s Learning at regular Intervals
Age Group: Is the book for toddlers (2-3 years old), preschoolers (3-5 years old), or kindergarteners (5-6 years old)? Knowing the age will help narrow down the difficulty level and content.
2. Learning Focus: Does the book focus on basic vocabulary, phonics, grammar, or a combination? Are there any specific themes, like colors, animals, or numbers, you’d like to prioritize?
3. Learning Style: Does the book use songs, rhymes, games, stories, or a mix of methods? Knowing your child’s preferred learning style will ensure they stay engaged.
4. English Proficiency: Is the book designed for native English speakers or English as a Second Language (ESL) learners? This will determine the complexity of the language used.