Teach at Little Fox

video poster : Curriculum Introduction

The Little Fox curriculum consists of 3 different courses, with 4 class levels each, for a total of 12 classes spread out over 6 years.

Core Course
Students learn to understand and repeat individual words, short sentences, and phrases.
Development Course
Students read stories as their reading comprehension skills are developed.
Expansion Course
Students will read and interpret more difficult information and be encouraged to communicate and debate ideas freely. Critical thinking and essay writing skills will be developed.

Core Course

This is an introductory level course which focuses on the fundamental skills of language learning: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Earlier classes focus on listening skills and phonics, while later courses place an emphasis on improving and developing speaking and reading skills.

4 levels / 6 months per level (2 years to compete)

Development Course

This intermediate level course focuses on the development of the fundamental skills learned in Core Course. Skills are developed through reading, writing, and grammar learning. Students will be required to read and understand more difficult stories, and share their thoughts and opinions. In the earlier levels, students begin to write paragraphs (4-5 sentences). The later levels focus on more explanatory writing.

4 levels / 6 months per level (2 years to compete)

Expansion Course

This intensive course focuses on developing the more advanced English skills. Students will learn advanced vocabulary and be encouraged to freely express their views and opinions. There will be a focus on in-depth topic discussion and critical thinking development. Argumentative essay skills are cultivated and developed.

4 levels / 6 months per level (2 years to compete)

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On-Line Homework

Students will be required to complete most homework online through our innovative homework system, which is tailored to encourage self-study and lesson review. Required homework will focus on strengthening listening, speaking, reading, writing, and vocabulary understanding/usage.

e-Library & Book Club

An online and in-school English library provides students with an abundance of stories that helps make reading and writing fun.

= Total 12 levels(Total 6 years)

Each course level contains 48 animated stories - divided into six academic months.

Each academic month is segmented into 4 academic weeks. Students learn 8 stories per academic month and 2 stories per academic week. At the end of each academic month, the students are required to take a monthly test consisting of the 8 stories they learned. Core Course 1, or C1, is designed for students who have little to no experience with English.

Students may enter the school at any competency level. Each new student is required to take a placement test and have an interview. The purpose of the placement test and interview is to determine the student's English ability. The results of the test will determine the course level and placement of new students. Students are placed into levels based on their ability, not age.