Beginner Level, Year 1-3

During the first years of English studies, the lesson periods in Sweden are short, 20-30 minutes once or twice a week, getting gradually longer. Some teachers just choose to take “English moments” at first when time allows. According to the Swedish Curriculum, these periods/moments should consist of songs/rhymes, vocabulary and dialogues/stories. WebEnglish.se presents these both within themes and as individual language practice links. Reading English words is not expected during the first year, but by the second year students can read and write simple words and phrases moving on to very short texts by year three.

Themes

Summer, 1-6

Related pages: Weather, 3-4, Spring is here, 1-6, End of the Year, 3-8 Songs Summer Song for Children | Simple Song for Kids Learning English - YouTubehttps://youtu.be/RKuOdbBmA7I(yr 1-2)  Fun Summer Song - I Love Summer ...
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Animals, year 3

About Animals make one of the favourite topics with young children. In this unit students will learn animal names, sounds and their kids by singing, reading and watching videos. Teacher Tips Using Flashcards With Young ...
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castle

Fairy Tales, in General

Related Topics: Little Red Riding Hood, Sleeping Beauty, The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Cinderella, The Emperor's New Clothes, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Rumpelstiltskin,  Warm-up Tar Heel Reader | Fairy Taleshttp://tarheelreader.org/2012/09/29/fairy-tales-3/ A short e-book ...
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Fairy Tale, The Emperor’s New Clothes

Song THE KING´S NEW CLOTHES SING ALONG x264 - YouTubehttps://youtu.be/boJ1iCXQ5FI Sing-Along with text on screen (yr 3-4) Reading The Emperor's New Clothes, A Fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen - EnchantedLearning.comhttp://www.enchantedlearning.com/stories/fairytale/emperorsnewclothes/story/in rebus form from EnchantedLearning. WebEnglish.se ...
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Language Practice

This grid lists selected, relevant links to activities and materials for Beginner Level. The categories help you find suitable materials for the specific language ability you wish your students to practise.