October 21, 2021

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Daily English at school, my love Emil for beginners!



Three fingers from the side of the right hand, thumb and forefinger raised only from the left side. Fascinated by the fascinated fifteen small school students, without a word, Caroline Corte questions her CE1 students. Proclaim “Five” in the chorus of school children, who are now well acquainted with this custom. “Okay, now?”, In the entire city center of Brest, the school teacher Jean-Mack continues without waiting. This time, Caroline Corte gives her seven fingers to the students: “Eight? A little girl struggles to hide her excitement. “But no, it’s seven,” replied the householder next to him at the table. OK! This math tutorial in English sauce, CE1 students in Caroline Gorde class began to learn it.

Each teacher chooses a subject: math, science, sports, art …

Since the start of the September 2021 school year, the Jean-Mac School in Brest, like the other six companies in Finister,

In the middle and large sections of the kindergarten, plastic art helps to learn English

In the medium and large sections of kindergarten, the art of plastic is suitable for learning English (Le Télégramme / Rémy Quéméner)

Immerse for 20 to 30 minutes a day

Among kindergarten students, this is mainly due to their awareness of languages, especially English.  In elementary school, from CB to CM2, students and teachers between the ages of 5 and 11 choose one or two subjects taught in English each day.
In CE1, math lessons in English by the Emil system

Mathematics lessons in English through the Emil program at CE1 (Le Télégramme / Rémy Quéméner)

This is an innovative, ambitious and highly motivating project. It provides a dynamic, generic program for the school

It didn’t take long to realize the progress.
In CE1, math lessons in English by the Emil system

Mathematics lessons in English through the Emil program at CE1 (Le Télégramme / Rémy Quéméner)

Halloween in English

This method of teaching is not a sword in the water. “It’s a long-term plan,” said Elizabeth Vertier. It takes two or three years to see the full benefits of this method. At the same time, day by day, the establishment is painted in English colors. Before the holiday of All Saints, students will participate in the first event with an English accent: Halloween. For children, “pumpkins”, “witches” and other “ghosts” no longer hold any secrets. For starters, my dear Emil!

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In addition to the Jean-McKay School in Brest, the Emil system is being tested at six other schools in Finister: Ferdinand-Fusion in Kimber, Jax-Brewert in Kuimper, Jean-Monet in Plutonium, Jean-Rene Dresard in Brown and Saint-Lan in Wieren-Rெனn in Saint-Rn.