GO English: an innovative way for kids to learn
Everyone has an idea of what would make the world a better place Would it be a simple act of kindness, helping others or the environment, or an invention
New Delhi: Everyone has an idea of what would make the world a better place. Would it be a simple act of kindness, helping others or the environment, or an invention?
For the fifth edition of the TOEFL® Young Students Series GO English! Project, ETS and the TOEFL® program are inviting classrooms around the world to explore concepts that could make the world a better place. Students will practice their English skills while creating a video, radio spot, poster or newspaper announcement that explains their idea.
Commenting on the collaboration, Sarvesh Shrivastava, Co-founder and MD, of Eupheus Learning said, “The TOEFL® Young Students Series GO English! Project is an innovate way for kids to learn English and interact with peers at a global platform. We are excited to promote this in India and will encourage schools to participate whole heartedly. We also have put a final road map to establish 200+ test centres in the country to facilitate the administration of the TOEFL Primary and TOEFL Junior tests, which cater to learners ages 8 and above.”
For this year’s project, “Make the World a Better Place. In Your Words,” classes will receive special rewards for participating — including promotional items, educational materials, a plaque and certificates of achievement — once projects are turned in. To learn more about the project, visit www.ets.org/toefl/goenglish and be sure to view the highlight video of last year’s TOEFL Young Students Series GO English! project.
“Over 14,000 students from more than 550 schools in 25 countries participated in the 2017–18 TOEFL Young Students Series GO English! project, “said David Payne, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Global Education at ETS.“We are excited to continue offering this opportunity for young learners to develop their increasingly important English-language skills.” Classrooms are welcome to submit projects for the 2018–19 campaign by March 1, 2019.