English Live (Kids)

English Kids

Program summary

English LIVE Kids is an activity based language learning program which helps children gain confidence in communicating in English. The program is designed to make language learning an enjoyable experience and provides a platform for building English communication skills and a foundation in key language learning disciplines.

New vocabulary and concepts introduced in each session are immediately implemented through role play, games and activities, and creative writing and public speaking exercises. This tried and proven method encourages the children to use their language skills and expand their vocabulary.

English LIVE Kids is taught by native English speakers to ensure correct grammar and accent.


Children, ages 7 - 13

Suggested program duration

4 sessions, 3.5 hours per session (14 hours total)

Program methodology

  • Vocabulary lists
  • Story-telling and drama
  • Creative writing exercises
  • Multimedia-based instruction and activities
  • Role play
  • Public speaking
  • Group discussion
  • Art projects
  • Games

Topical outline

  • What is communication?
  • Social skills and conversation ethics
  • Greetings and introductions
  • Basic conversation
  • Vocabulary building
  • Listening skills
  • Elements of story and creative writing
  • Public speaking
  • Presentation fundamentals
  • Holidays and cultures
  • Wonders of the world

Program components

  • Trainer handbook
  • Class Power Points
  • Attendee handouts
  • Teaching aids
  • Program overview
  • Program administration forms
    • Attendance record form
    • Volunteer participation record form
    • Pre-program task list
    • Program materials inventory
    • Attendee program evaluation form
    • Attendee information form
    • Attendee certificate of completion
    • Volunteer certificate of participation

Volunteering with [one of Action Care’s training programs] was a very unique experience. It was nice to see the shy but happy children opening up slowly to new things, games, people, language and crossing cultural barriers quickly.

Sunanda Pohekar