Welcome to all Verbalists’ new arrivals at the NIKE tennis camps this week. We are already having an amazing time at the three fascinating locations in the United Kingdom. READ MORE
Tthe Nike Tennis Camps in the United Kingdom offer the ultimate combination of athletics and fun. By offering a perfect mix of match play, drill work, strategy sessions and on-campus and off-campus activities, our young players create memories to last a lifetime at these junior summer tennis camps! The last year’s photo album (below) gives you just a taste: READ MORE
Learn English playing beautiful football – MANCHESTER CITY Football Academy
The City football schools’ program is unique as it combines on and off-field learning, in an authentic setting – the state-of-the-art training Academy where Man City’s first team also practices. As a feature of the course, you will not only get an exclusive insight into how Manchester City players train at the City Football Academy and how a Premier League club runs, but you will also interact with other players from different cultures across the world.READ MORE
Who knows sports dynamics better than one of the world’s best recognized sports brands? Who understands language learning needs better than one of the most popular language networks in the world? The Verbalists Education & Language Network is proud to represent for yet another successful year the NIKE tennis camp for young learners between 10 and 17 years of age.READ MORE
After the Manchester United football club, the representation of Manchester City added to the Verbalists Language Network’s programs portfolio for the great rivalry on the pitch but also in the classroom.
Educational group PRODIREKT LLC, along with its Verbalists Language Network, took part for the 5th time in the most important annual educational workshop held in Berlin, from 1st-3rd November, which was organised by the revered Berlin’s ICEF organisation. READ MORE
Manchester United Soccer Schools’ English language curriculum is unique. Not only does our partner teach using a syllabus where sport is integrated with the English language teaching, but they also use the latest technology to keep our classes interactive, engaging and above all else fun!
The Verbalists Language Network recently spoke to David Pepper, Soccer Schools Head of Academic Studies, to find out more about the English language teaching on the Manchester United camps…
What’s a typical English language lesson like?
“Typically we make our English lessons as interactive and as entertaining as possible, in order to make children feel safe when they are in the classroom; we want all of our students to have the confidence to use their language skills!
We do this by developing a good rapport with the kids and by teaching them that it’s okay to make mistakes, because we learn from these mistakes. We also use football-themed examples, including ones from Manchester United’s first team, which keeps students interested and in turn makes them feel confident.”