Level 1-2 : Children who experience English story books at first

Before
Reading

1. Cover talk!

Look at the pictures on the cover of the book and talk with the child.
Encourage the child’s curiosity by asking various questions,
such as the sample questions below.

Q. What is the rabbit doing in the picture?
Q. Which color do you see the most?
Q. Why is the boy crying?

Reading

1. Read with our eyes and ears

Use the Auto Play function to read the whole book through the eyes and ears.

2. Listen and repeat

Select the sentence repeat function to enable replay three times.
Hear native speaker’s voice – mother’s voice – and child’s voice.

If the audio is fast, try using the speed function.

Talk to your child about the contents of the book.

3. Read from beginning to end

Instead of playing the audio,
let the child try to hand over the book and read it.

After
reading

1. Quiz!

Solve the five questions from Highlights Library with your child.

2. Work sheet!

Let’s download the Work sheet using the button below,
and enjoy more colorful reading.

Level 3-8 : Children who enjoy English story books

Before
Reading

1. Cover talk!

Look at the pictures on the cover of the book and talk with the child.
Encourage the child’s curiosity by asking various questions,
such as the sample questions below.
In particular, make sure to include the process of expecting the story
through the cover.

Q. How many animals are there in the picture?
Q. What place do you think the characters are in?
Q. Shall we expect the story of this book?

Reading

1. Read with our eyes and ears

Use the Auto Play function to read the whole book through the eyes and ears.

2. Listen and repeat

Select the sentence repeat function to enable replay three times.
Hear native speaker’s voice – mother’s voice – and child’s voice.

If the audio is fast, try using the speed function.

Talk to your child about the contents of the book.

3. Read from beginning to end

Instead of playing the audio,
let the child try to hand over the book and read it.

After
reading

1. Quiz!

Solve the five questions from Highlights Library with your child.

2. Let’s confirm!

Compare the story with what we expected before reading.

3. Work sheet!

Let’s download the Work sheet using the button below,
and enjoy more colorful reading.

Level 9-14 : Children who read English story books confidently

Before
Reading

1. Cover talk!

Look at the pictures on the cover of the book and talk with the child.
Encourage the child’s curiosity by asking various questions,
such as the sample questions below.
In particular, make sure to include the process of expecting the story
through the cover.

Q. How many animals are there in the picture?
Q. What place do you think the characters are in?
Q. Shall we expect the story of this book?

Reading

1. Read with our eyes and ears

Use the Auto Play function to read the whole book through the eyes and ears.

2. Listen and repeat

Select the sentence repeat function to enable replay three times.
Hear native speaker’s voice – and child’s voice(two times).

If the audio is fast, try using the speed function.

3. Read from beginning to end

Play again and read the book at the same speed with the audio. (Shadowing)

After
reading

1. Quiz!

Solve the five questions from Highlights Library with your child.

2. Let’s confirm!

Compare the story with what we expected before reading.

3. Work sheet!

Let’s download the Work sheet using the button below,
and enjoy more colorful reading.

It is more useful if you separate the Work sheet
with fiction and non-Fiction.