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The Kids Box materials have been prepared with the aim of awakening students' interest and

enthusiasm using the following strategies:

This book include some humour in the presentations presentations and, in particularly, the the
comics at the end of each unit, which creates motivation and encourage students to study more
due to their interest in following the characters' adventures

Creativity and learning through actions and activities. Drawing, colouring in, make and do,
songs, games and chants are all activities which allow pupils to be creative and they contribute
to pupils retaining what they have learned in an efficient way.

The book connects the outside world with the classroom in such a way that pupils learn about
the world around them at the same time as they learn English. This helps them to understand
that English is more than just a school subject and to see ways in which English can be used as
a means for learning other things too.

Discovering and developing pupils' autonomy to help them become able to learn in an efficient
way and continue with their learning process. Pupils are encouraged to learn things by
themselves. Kids Box includes self-correcting activities, revision vocabulary lists and other
activities for developing pupils' autonomy.

Encouraging tolerance and respect. Helping pupils to value cultural diversity, respect
differences and develop human values. Respecting and protecting the environment is closely
connected with respecting other people, and this is made apparent throughout Kids Box.

The teacher takes on the role of tutor and facilitator for learning using pair and group activities
as well as role plays. This type of communication activities give pupils the chance to work
independently, without the teacher. During this type of activities, the teacher is a tutor and
facilitator, staying in the margins and only supervising and intervening as necessary.

Practical tasks such as songs, games, chants, activities in pairs, etc, related to pupils'
surroundings. To make language learning a satisfying experience, pupils need activities which
are contextualised and relevant to their surroundings. Kid's Box offers numerous opportunities
to practice the language actively. It is only through repetitive practice that pupils can develop
skills, reflect and comprehend. When all is said and done, you learn to swim in the water

In fact, there is a double page in each unit for Foreign Language Contents Integrated Learning
(FLCIL). These lessons aim to put language learning in context and also help to learn other
subjects. They perfectly complement other areas of the syllabus which the pupils are studying,
in this way helping them to consolidate their general learning. This means that pupils are
motivated by the interesting subjects which encourage their learning. Care has be taken to
grade language levels so that the lessons which combine contents and language are easy to
carry out and also efficient and entertaining. Pupils' various abilities are also taken into account
in order to guarantee absolutely all pupils' participation.
One of the reasons integrated learning offers such good results is that English is increasingly
not just another subject: it is also the language in which other subjects such as Natural and
Social Sciences are taught. This change means that pupils are exposed to the new language
and can start to use it in a natural way at the same time as The pupils acquire non-linguistic

Consistent with the whole method, CLIL lessons take into account the needs of different types
of learning: logical-mathematical, visual-spatial, musical, interpersonal and movement (body
kinaesthetic) intelligence as well as linguistics, which are all taken into account when teaching
English as a language.