A friendly, gentle introduction to English, for learners from the age of two.
Oxford Beginnings with Cookie is a gentle, song-based introduction to English for learners aged 2-3. It is a flexible package, tailored to suit the varying needs of students at Nursery level, and designed to be used as a precursor to any one of Oxford University Press' Kindergarten courses.
The course follows the adventures of Cookie the Cat, who children will love getting to know during their English....
[show more] lessons. Cookie helps these very young learners get used to the idea of a new language, in order to develop a positive attitude towards learning that will last a lifetime.
• Methodology based, not just on language, but on all early learning activities, with a particular focus on "Whole Child" development
• Specially adapted inquiry-based strand provides a perfect framework to nurture children's natural curiosity
• Emphasis on Total Physical Response throughout, particularly in the stories and songs, ensures learning experience is memorable, fun, and age-appropriate
• Evaluation and take-home elements in the Student Book and other teaching resources support the home-school link, helping teachers to connect with parents
• Strong, age-appropriate component package underpins the methodology and ensures teachers feel supported
• Classroom Resource Pack includes a hand puppet for use in classroom routines, introductions and games, and an interactive poster for language presentation
• Classroom Presentation Tool contains animated stories and songs, interactive games, and digital posters, to bring learning to life
Oxford Beginnings with Cookie is a flexible, child-centered course for Nursery level students, and the perfect start to learning English with Oxford.
Immerse students in the colorful world of Cookie the Cat through a rich package of TPR, songs, stories, activities and games.
Nurture the natural curiosity of very young learners with a specially adapted introduction to inquiry-based learning.
Embrace a "Whole Child" approach to teaching and learning, following universal development standards for early years education.
Adapt lessons to suit different teaching scenarios and the changing needs of learners.