English lessons for kids in Brighton, East Sussex
RTL English will help you teach English to your child or student in Brighton.
RTL English enables parents, tutors & teachers to teach English to students aged 3 to 18 years old, so that they can succeed at school, in exams and beyond.
Our step-by-step, downloadable lessons are print-ready and easy to teach. They are part of a transformational teaching system that’s been taught millions of times, and proven over 27 years in 24 countries worldwide.
Our lessons will help your child to catch up, keep up and stay ahead! Our lessons also challenge more advanced students; so whatever your son or daughter’s ability, there’s sure to be an RTL English lesson workbook that’s suitable for them.
RTL English is a leading English language learning organisation that’s recognised around the world for its transformational & proven method of teaching English to kids.
For over 20 years, RTL English has been taught in schools, tutorial centres & at home both as part of the curriculum and as a supplementary activity. RTL English is growing in popularity worldwide, so why not join 1000000’s of parents, tutors & teachers around the world and teach your son or daughter RTL English today?
Teaching your child to use English fluently might very well be the key to their success at school in East Sussex, in exams, in his or her career and beyond.
Imagine your child several months or years in the future … in Brighton or elsewhere …
Is your child a smart child because he or she became an early reader, acquired a passion for knowledge, obtained early language and literacy skills & developed an air of confidence that will last them a lifetime?
Or is your child struggling to read, underperforming at school and set-up for a lifetime of frustration and failure?
Of course everyone wants to be the proud parent of a happy and confident child, & every parent can.
But, in order to guarantee a brighter future for your child in East Sussex, it’s often necessary to take your child’s education into your own hands.
If you want your child to grow up to be smart and successful, then you need to underst& how crucial it is that you teach your child when his or her brain growth is at its apex.
The cerebral cortex in your son or daughter’s brain is responsible for their sight, hearing, & smell. It also controls his or her speech, thinking, and memory. In fact, the cerebral cortex is what makes them – them! At birth, the cells in your son or daughter’s cerebral cortex were poorly connected (they are for everyone). However, by 2 to 3 years old, the cerebral cortex contains 100 trillion connections. & that number remains high until the eighth birthday when it starts to gradually decline and level off to adult levels (*Ref). It’s very important to take the opportunity to teach children during this time when brain development is at its maximum.
- Early & advanced English skills will make your child smarter.
- Early & advanced English skills will improve problem solving.
- Early & advanced English skills will improve planning, & abstract thinking skills.
- Early & advanced English skills will help develop complex idea comprehension.
- Early reading can help children compensate for modest levels of ability in other areas. (*Ref)
ON A PRACTICAL LEVEL, HOW IMPORTANT IS EARLY READING?
- Your child’s reading ability and vocabulary at 3 years old might predict his or her success in school in Brighton when they are 6 to 7 years old (*Ref).
- Your child’s reading ability at 6 to 7 years old might predict his or her success at 17 to 18 years old (*Ref)!
- Your child’s reading ability at 7 to 8 years old might determine his or her graduation from senior school in Brighton (*Ref).
ON THE OTHER HAND:
- Children who can’t read fluently by 7 to 8 years old are four times more likely to leave school without a diploma/results than proficient readers (*Ref).
- Children who are not taught Phonemic Awareness, & therefore have to rely on memory have difficulty beginning to read and continue to have difficulty with new words.
BUT, SURELY SCHOOL WILL TEACH MY CHILD TO READ? SO, WHY DO I NEED TO BOTHER?
If this is what you are thinking, then you should know that you cannot rely on schools, including those in Brighton …
- In the USA, almost 70% of children at school who are aged 9-10 years old cannot read proficiently (*Ref)!
- And, of those children, 33% of them read at only a very basic level, & 34% are reading at a very poor level (*Ref).
- It’s not very different in the UK, where over 100,000 children leave school illiterate(*Ref).
- Or in Australia, where 33% of students aged 11 years old fail to meet literacy benchmarks (*Ref).
- Or in Canada, where 42% of the entire adult population is only semi-illiterate (*Ref).
NO, YOU CANNOT RELY ON SCHOOLS.
But, why not?
- Teachers don’t always appreciate the basic building blocks of language & reading
- Teachers frequently don’t know how to teach English language concepts
- There just aren’t enough qualified teachers
- Classes are too large
- Kids don’t get enough one-on-one attention from teachers in the classroom
- Schools aren’t using the correct teaching systems – i.e they rely on rote learning or sight words
- Schools are overwhelmed and have tried to shift some of the burden of teaching onto apps & computers
UNFORTUNATELY, IT IS A FACT THAT:
Being illiterate is a guaranteed ticket to a dead end.
YOU NEED TO TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR CHILD’S EDUCATION – TODAY!
You can begin by teaching English to your child.
By Teaching your son or daughter to read your child will develop early reading skills that will help put them years ahead of other children in East Sussex. So, if you’ve decided that you want to become a proud parent of a happy and smart child, then you owe it to your child to teach them to read and improve their English.
WE HELP PARENTS TEACH ENGLISH TO CHILDREN
RTL English™ offers 600 easy-to-teach & downloadable English lessons for parents to teach to his or her child at home. Our lessons will enable your child to catch up, keep up and get ahead! Our lesson workbooks also challenge more advanced students; so whatever your son or daughter’s ability, there’s sure to be an RTL English lesson workbook that’s suitable for them.
THE RTL ENGLISH CURRICULUM CONSISTS OF FIFTEEN YEARS (LEVELS) OF TEACHING MATERIALS WHICH INCLUDE 600 WORKBOOKS COMPRISING FOUR THOUSAND WORKSHEETS & 19,000 TEACHING NOTES AND WILL SAVE YOU OVER 2,000 DAYS OF LESSON PREPARATION TIME!
Includes Level 1, 2 & 3.
Suitable for kids aged 3-6 years old in Brighton, East Sussex
Includes Level 4, 5 & 6.
Suitable for kids aged 6-9 years old in Brighton, East Sussex
Includes Level 7, 8 & 9.
Suitable for kids aged 9-12 years old in Brighton, East Sussex
Upper Intermediate Stage
Includes Level 10, 11 & 12.
Suitable for kids aged 12-15 years old in Brighton, East Sussex
Incl. Level 10, 11 & 12.
Suitable for kids aged 15-18 years old in Brighton, East Sussex
Winning Awards Since 1996
With 24 years of research, development, dedication and experience, RTL English is committed to offering the best possible start to English language learners worldwide. RTL English is part of the Ready To Learn group, an international educational organisation with students worldwide.
Elaine Shannon founded Ready To Learn in 1996, and is an internationally respected author, language expert and School Principal with more than 40 years of specialist experience. Elaine & her team of instructional designers, linguists and educational experts developed the RTL English Curriculum.
What Happens In A Lesson?
- Each lesson is designed to last approximately 60 minutes. Normally, your child will spend 55 minutes participating in learning activities, and 5 minutes completing an achievement exercise that’s used to reinforce the lessons’ learning designs & objectives.
- Each lesson is accompanied by an RTL English lesson workbook. The workbook consists of six worksheets of instructional content and one reinforcement exercise page.
- You will use the workbook & teaching notes to guide and lead your child through the variety of learning activities in the workbook.
- Although all of our workbooks follow a similar format, each one is slightly more challenging than the last in the sequence. As a result, your child will be able to advance in small manageable steps & acquire English language skills that will last them a lifetime.
- There are 5 learning stages, 15 learning levels and 600 lessons in the RTL English curriculum.
- Your child will need to complete 36 lessons to finish one learning level – which lasts approximately 1 academic year.
What Will My Child Be Taught?
It depends on your child’s age and their English language ability. To find out what your child will be taught, please click the grey button & then click the book cover that’s closest to your child’s current age → Lesson Workbooks
The RTL English Curriculum teaches all the communicative functions and language forms your child will need to succeed in school, exams and beyond, including:
- Phonemic Awareness
- Alphabetic Principle
- Systematic & Explicit Phonics
- Fluency with Text
- Proficient Grammar Knowledge
- Creative Writing
- Expanded Vocabulary
- Advanced Comprehension, and
- Confident Speaking Skills
The RTL English Curriculum: Kids 3 to 18 Years Old
Whatever your child’s age or English language ability, there is sure to be an RTL English course (aka ‘level’) that will help your child learn or improve his or her English. This is because our curriculum provides 15 years of learning for child aged 3 to 18 years old and teaches all the communicative functions and language forms your child will need to have a richer, more successful educational experience. RTL English will also supplement your son or daughter’s learning at their school in Brighton.
The RTL English Curriculum consists of 15 years (levels) of teaching materials which include 600 workbooks (comprising 4,000 worksheets & 19,000 teaching notes) & saves over 2,000 days of preparation time.
Can I See A Lesson Workbook?
There are 600 workbooks like the one below. Lesson 19, Level 1 below suits children between 3 and 4 years old. To see an example of a lesson workbook that is likely to suit your child, please click the grey button & then click the book cover that’s closest to your child’s current age → Lesson Workbooks
What Method Do You Use?
- We teach using a Step-by-Step method. The content of each lesson is determined by an 8-page workbook that’s slightly more challenging than the last in the sequence. Lessons ‘scaffold’ and build upon the learning of the previous lesson. As a result, students advance in small, manageable steps and acquire English language skills that enable them to achieve better results in school, exams & beyond..
- Sequenced instruction is organised into 5 developmentally appropriate stages, 15 levels of increasing difficulty and 600 lessons. Each lesson provides one hour of learning per week and follows a workbook that consists of six worksheets with instructional content and one reinforcement exercise page.:
- Each lesson is accompanied by a workbook follows a similar plan:
- Page 1 :: Communication/ Discussion/ Topic orientated
- Page 2 :: Grammar/ Language
- Page 3 :: Phonics/ Vocabulary
- Page 4 :: Reading (Ongoing Story)
- Page 5 :: Story Comprehension/ Language
- Page 6 :: Grammar/ Language Exercise
- Page 7 :: Achievement Exercise / Assessment
- Depending on your child’s age and their English skills, instruction will typically consist of a variety of activities including speaking, listening, letter-sound correspondence, sight words, guided oral reading, text comprehension, creative writing, grammar and critical thinking.
- You don’t need to prepare anything or create teaching materials for an RTL English lesson. It’s all been done for you. Each page of this workbook contains teaching notes to enable you to guide and lead your child through the learning activities. Once your son or daughter has finished their lesson, record their achievements in the progress report form and then simply print the next workbook in the sequence.
Will My Child Learn Phonics?
- Yes! We teach synthetic & analytical phonics which includes 44 basic phonemes, 22 beginning blends and 15 ending blends.Our students learn and practise phonics throughout our Foundation, Elementary, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate stages. Our Advanced stage uses phonics to teach pronunciation.
- We pay particular attention to blended consonant sounds (that are located at the beginning and end of many words). We teach vowels first and then consonants. As soon as possible we teach children to read. In practice this means after students have learnt 5 vowel sounds and 2 consonants they can read a few words by themselves. Children are also taught how to decode words, so from the very beginning they can see new simple words and know how to read them.
Brighton () is a constituent part of the city of Brighton and Hove, a former town situated on the southern coast of England, in the county of East Sussex. It is best known as a seaside resort and is positioned 47 miles (76 km) south of London. It was created from the neighbouring but formerly separately governed towns of Brighton and Hove.
Archaeological evidence of agreement in the area dates encourage to the Bronze Age, Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods. The ancient pact of "Brighthelmstone" was documented in the Domesday Book (1086). The town's importance grew in the Middle Ages as the Old Town developed, but it languished in the early futuristic period, affected by foreign attacks, storms, a pain economy and a declining population. Brighton began to attract more visitors as soon as improved road transport to London and becoming a boarding tapering off for boats travelling to France. The town along with developed in popularity as a health resort for sea bathing as a purported cure for illnesses.
In the Georgian era, Brighton developed as a deeply fashionable seaside resort, encouraged by the patronage of the Prince Regent, later King George IV, who spent much get older in the town and constructed the Royal Pavilion in the Regency era. Brighton continued to increase as a major centre of tourism once the start of the railways in 1841, becoming a popular destination for day-trippers from London. Many of the major attractions were built in the Victorian era, including the Grand Hotel, the Hilton Brighton Metropole, the Palace Pier and the West Pier. The town continued to go to into the 20th century, expanding to incorporate more areas into the town's boundaries before joining Hove to form the unitary authority of Brighton and Hove in 1997, which was arranged city status in 2000. Today, Brighton and Hove district has a resident population of not quite 290,885 and the wider Brighton and Hove conurbation has a population of 474,485 (2011 census).[note 1]
Brighton's location has made it a popular destination for tourists, renowned for its diverse communities, quirky shopping areas, large and bustling cultural, music and arts scene and its large LGBT population, leading to its reply as the "unofficial gay capital of the UK". Brighton attracted 7.5 million morning visitors in 2015/16 and 4.9 million overnight visitors, Brighton has been called the UK's "hippest city" and "the happiest place to stir in the UK".
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