English Language Learners
Starship English is an exciting, comprehensive English course for young learners that’s easy to teach. Learners use various strategies to express themselves in different ways rather than memorizing set phrases. Starship English focuses independent and integrated use of the four skills: reading, listening, writing, and speaking. Skills are developed separately and integrated in a variety of activities. Reading and writing are taught from the beginning at a simple level appropriate to the developmental stage of the learners.
On Our Way to English
On Our Way to English® is a comprehensive English language development program that provides everything teachers need for effective instruction. Domain-based instruction includes a focus on academic language and vocabulary development; thematic, content-based instruction; differentiated instruction for language and literacy; and a daily instructional routine in oral language, reading, and writing. Engaging online and digital tools motivate English language learners.
Blast! provides additional grammar and writing support for English language Learners. It is an EFL/ELT grammar and writing program for beginning to intermediate learners, ages 5-12, and can be used with English Travels, Starship English, or any similar program.
English Travels from Pre-K to Level 6 provides a fresh, innovative approach to developing oral language, language/phonics/grammar, reading, and writing skill proficiency for English language learners.
Journeys Road Map to Success
Journeys Road Map to Success was developed for English language learners from our Journeys reading program. Write-In Reader eBooks include online audio at two speeds for appropriate support.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Handwriting
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Handwriting provides a logical sequence for studying letter formation in developmentally appropriate ways. The program builds skills in written English and engages students through a classroom-tested interactive approach. Research shows that confident writers are better at both reading and critical thinking.