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Momo Box age: 3-4 years

The Momo Box course is designed for very young kindergarten students and aims to expose them to the foreign language through flexible teaching activities and a variety of proposals, with a view to each child's success. Art, music, phonics, games, TPR, flashcards and story reading involve the children in the active use of the language.
The method used, Emotional Learning, Emotional Teaching® by Elisabetta Mohwinckel, proposes the Momo Box (Magical Treasure Box) and is based on the use of language as a tool for discovering, playing, learning and experimenting. Thanks to the ability of young children to perceive and reproduce sounds, rhythms and intonations, language learning becomes simple and natural.

Transition 5-6 years

The Transition course proposes the use of known family-related vocabulary in more complex activities such as descriptions, differentiations, projects and role-plays. Activities such as art, play, TPR and dramatization of stories will stimulate the active use of language as a communicative vehicle and not as a language of learning. Particular attention is paid to playing with sounds: working on phonological perception, which is important for correct pronunciation and for distinguishing and understanding sounds and words heard.
The method used, Emotional Learning, Emotional Teaching® by Elisabetta Mohwinckel, proposes the Momo Box (Magical Treasure Box) and is based on the use of language as a tool for discovering, playing, learning and experimenting. Thanks to the ability of young children to perceive and reproduce sounds, rhythms and intonations, language learning becomes simple and natural.

Grade I - age 6-7 years

The children use the language by actively participating in the lesson. They develop confidence in using 'social' language to share and grow with the group. With the Momo Box they enrich their academic vocabulary and experience its active use. The children discover the correspondence between the oral and the written form. They learn to read words and simple sentences correctly and to write simple words under dictation.
The method used, Emotional Learning, Emotional Teaching® by Elisabetta Mohwinckel, offers the Momo Box (Magical Treasure Box) and is based on the use of language as a tool for discovering, playing, learning and experimenting. Thanks to the children's ability to perceive and reproduce sounds, rhythms and intonations, language learning will be simple and natural. The freedom to use complete sentences both orally and in writing and to understand readings gives our young learners wings.

Grade II– age 7-8 years

The children use language by actively participating in the lesson, developing confidence in using 'social' language to share and grow with the group. With the Momo Box they enrich or consolidate their academic vocabulary and experience its active use. Through unique and innovative methodologies the children acquire narrative formats and discover the functions of the different parts of speech: nouns, verbs, adjectives, determiners and propositions. They use vocabulary in reading projects and simple text innovation.
The method used, Emotional Learning, Emotional Teaching® by Elisabetta Mohwinckel, proposes the Momo Box (Magical Treasure Box) and is based on the use of language as a tool for learning.

Grade III - age 8-9 years

At the end of the course, pupils may be able to take the European Certificate of Language Competence examination at PreA1 level or above in relation to previous language experience.
Students carry on a simple conversation related to the personal sphere and interact with the teacher in language to express an opinion, ask a question and participate actively in the lesson.
They develop listening and comprehension skills, both oral and written. With attention to rules and exceptions they are able to write with phonological correctness and read with precise pronunciation.
Through unique and innovative methodologies the children acquire increasingly richer narrative formats and use the parts of speech consciously. They use vocabulary in reading projects and simple text innovation and invention.
Students use the vocabulary learned in real contexts and role play activities. The guideline is dictated by the concept of Learning by Doing, an active and stimulating involvement that facilitates the learner's learning and interest.
The method used, Emotional Learning, Emotional Teaching® by Elisabetta Mohwinckel, proposes the Momo Box (Magical Treasure Box) and is based on the use of language as a tool for learning, socialising, interacting and performing a task. The wealth of vocabulary supported by an initial dictionary approach guarantees understanding and precise use.

Grade IV- age 9-10 years

At the end of the course, students may be able to take the European Certificate of Language Proficiency examination at A1 level or above in relation to previous language experience.
Students can interact in a simple way and can ask and answer questions on familiar topics, on readings and on academic projects. Can use simple language related to the personal sphere and interact with the teacher in language to express an opinion, ask a question and participate actively in class.
They develop listening and listening comprehension skills in conversations on familiar topics.
Writing skills reach a good level, pupils write narrative texts in a simple form but with attention to content, to the correct sequence of events and with a rich use of descriptive words.

Accademy 10-15 years

At the end of the course, students may be able to take the European Certificate of Language Proficiency level A2 or higher in relation to previous language experience.
Students interact with sophisticated language, are able to ask and answer questions on familiar topics and related to their environment. They use typical language expressions in correct contexts. Interact with the teacher and peers in language to express an opinion, ask a question and participate actively in the lesson.
They develop listening and listening comprehension skills in conversations on familiar topics and can understand presentations with academic content.
They work on writing both to take notes and to produce simple presentations with academic content. Pupils write texts in complete and coherent form on topics which are familiar and of interest. They write personal letters describing experiences and impressions.

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