online for kids
Online English classes at LSE help children to get used to the English-speaking environment, as teachers avoid translating the material into their native language
online for teens
After completing the Secondary Advanced course, teenagers obtain a C1 level and are ready to enter internal and foreign educational institutions
Online training in LSE is provided using the course books of leading international publishers: Pearson and Cambridge. Students are immersed in the English-speaking environment throughout the lesson, learning modern spoken constructions. The course program is not based on abstraction, but reproduces real-life situations in classes, demonstrating qualitative progress in language learning.
Online courses of English include programs for kids from 6 years old, teens and adults. Groups are formed according to the age and the level of English. You can sign up to the group according to the result of the free online entrance test.
Online English classes at LSE help children to get used to the English-speaking environment, as teachers avoid translating the material into their native language. We explain the new material through associations, drawings, cards, etc. Children play games and work on various projects, developing creative and communicative skills, helping to better master what they have learned.
Teenagers learn grammar and vocabulary corresponding to levels A2-B2. After completing the Secondary Advanced course, teenagers obtain a C1 level and are ready to enter internal and foreign educational institutions.
At LSE we pay a lot of attention to the improvement of speaking and listening skills which are needed for everyday communication.
In classes, students are immersed in an English-speaking environment - teachers don't translate anything and instead explain all material in English by gestures, pictures, presentations etc. That way, you will get rid of the confusion when you have to talk to foreigners in real life.
In addition to constant communication in the classroom, you will work with interactive learning technologies, read adapted English texts and watch video blogs in English. This way you can better master grammar, develop reading and writing skills and enrich your vocabulary.
Both native speakers and Ukrainian teachers conduct classes.