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Teen Investigators

Susan House & Katharine Scott under their English Learning Webs methodology

1–3 hours per week


American English

Our new program for English language teaching focuses on investigation and discovery as a means of encouraging students to exercise judgement and critical thinking during the one to three hours a week they’ll spend working through the contents.

Teen Investigators proposes a methodology that motivates students and promotes communication by exposing them to creative challenges that consist of problem-solving activities they can tackle in pairs or small groups. Some benefits of incorporating investigation in the classroom are: 

  • Provides a wide scope of themes to appeal to different interests.
  • Provides a wide variety of contexts and registers for language.
  • Promotes cooperative work.
  • Provides contexts for problem-solving and creative thinking skills.
  • Promotes autonomous learning.

By providing these types of experiences in the classroom, teachers give their students the confidence to ask questions in English and become teen investigators!

Jump into the virtual learning environment for:

  • Digital versions of the books.
  • Five digital activities per unit.
  • Workbook Answer Key.
  •  Anchor Charts.
  • Audios.
  • Observation Charts.
  • Letters to the parents.
  • Assessment Pack (downloadable and editable files + answer key).
  • Tutorial videos .

Common European Framework: A1+ to B1

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