BADANAMU ESL PROGRAM
“Energy I think is the first word that comes to my mind. I really love the focus on play and on learning that I think for early childhood is at the core… This is how children naturally develop and naturally be inclined to be engaged in activities if they are fun and contextualized for them. So Badanamu, just to me, brings up happy moments, and moments of colorfulness and playfulness but all embedded in proven educational theory on how children develop language skills.”
Senior Board Member
Associate Professor of Literacy Instruction, Vanderbilt University
Second Language Acquisition
All new learners of English progress through the same stages of acquiring a new language.
Stage 5 is an advanced period for the learner to be near native-speaker level and continue to analyze and use language independently.
Stage 4 is a transitional period in which the child is making more complex sentences to express thoughts and continues asking questions to clarify what is learned.
Stage 3 is an inquisitive period for a child to begin asking simple questions based on what they see, hear, and understand.
Stage 2 is an active period for a child to be receptive to the learning material and build vocabulary.
Stage 1 is a “silent” period for a child to listen, respond to visuals, and copy movements to show comprehension.
Our ESL Curriculum
Our curriculum has been designed to best align with the stages of second language acquisition.
English Learning Solutions
The curriculum provides structurally and educationally sound curriculum that is adhered to in all of our learning solution offerings.
What is Badanamu ESL™?
Badanamu ESL™ is a digital learning platform that delivers the same structure and content from the Badanamu ESL Program.
Our Digital Offerings
Badanamu learning apps are categorized by program and into main, enrichment, and review apps.
Our digital solution can be customized to fit the needs of different markets.
Private and Public
Preschools & Kindergartens
– Full ESL program for preschool-aged students that can replace or supplement existing English classes
– A blended-learning method can be adopted for more traditional classrooms
– Full ESL program for preschool-aged students
– After-school programs for remedial or enrichment classes
-Intensive summer or winter programs
– Digital learning applications can be used at home for reinforcement of what is being learned at school
– They can also be used to get a head start for young learners