Our English Classes

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Our English Classes

We offer 1-on-1 or small group classes tailored to your needs.
Get Started

The highest standards
didn't exist so we
created them.

The English you learn will be coming from the best in the American university system. Our curriculum was created based on TOEFL English standards, the theory of multiple intelligences, and the theory of diverse learning styles. We’ll cover culturally relevant subjects you like, at your own pace.

English Curriculum

Nao Now's curriculum taps into different ways of learning-- auditory, visual, verbal, and sensory. Along the way, we will help you hone pronunciation skills, improve your reading comprehension, and learn relevant vocabulary so that you can succeed in a global world that requires English excellence.

Overview

Culturally relevant topics such as Times Square, Lady Gaga, and Steph Curry.

Warm-Up Exercises

Tongue twisters, songs, rhyming games, and pronunciation work to improve fluency and confidence.

Vocabulary Section

Learn new vocabulary and “see” these words through our videos. Learn how to incorporate these words into your everyday life.

Reading Comprehension

Read unique passages on science, art, history, and pop culture. Watch fun and interactive videos related to these topics.

Chit Chat

Discuss the topic with your tutor, share stories and experiences, and make connections.

Homework and Feedback

Apply what you have learned by analyzing and evaluating. Perform science experiments, write essays, and create presentations.

Our Curriculum Grows With You

We offer 6 levels of classes ranging from beginner to advanced.  We have something for every English learner at any age. Our courses will not only prepare you for the classroom and standardized tests but will also improve your cultural and social connectivity. We help our students prepare for English academies, American University exams, job interviews, and more.
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Pre-Level 1 – Beginner

Students learn how to ask and answer simple questions, use simple expressions, and give short answers. They learn to match visual representations with words and phrases about general information related to the subject content.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Learn to speak in short words and sentences.  Begin answering questions about family, clothing, and food
Vocabulary: Learn basic building block vocabulary words
Reading: Learn sight words, consonant blends, and short vowel sounds
Writing: Learn to write basic words such as cat, hat, and mat
Listening: Learn to pay attention to the teacher’s instructions and questions
Level 1 – Beginner

Students learn how to hold simple conversations and increase complexity of sentence structure. They learn to use basic vocabulary and grammar to answer questions about general topics and more specific language related to content area with visual support.  

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Improve pronunciation through exercises such as singing, rhyming and saying silly poems. Chat with teachers to improve fluency and learn to answer questions in complete sentences
Vocabulary: Learn elementary vocabulary words such as “twisty,” “leader,” “complain,” and “classroom”
Reading: Increase comprehension by reading passages on topics like sloths, superheroes, and bridges and practice answering follow up questions verbally
Writing: Write basic words and begin writing basic sentences
Listening: Improve concentration and attention to teacher instruction. Practice listening by watching topic videos
Level 2 – Intermediate

Students are able to begin, maintain, and end conversations. They can recall and communicate information learned in other situations. They can produce oral or written language with some phonological, syntax, or semantic errors and occasional visual support.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Improve diction and fluency through pronunciation exercises like tongue twisters and repetitive rhyming sounds
Vocabulary: Learn high frequency concrete words such as “solar system,” “orbit,” “portrait,” and “spatula” and begin to infer concrete words based on contextual descriptions
Reading: Learn to infer concrete words from obvious contexts and expand answers to reading comprehension questions using relevant details
Writing: Write simple sentences with basic punctuation
Listening: Practice summarizing main ideas of videos and assessing the tone of voice of the speaker
Level 3 – Intermediate

Students can hold conversations on a wide range of topics. They are able to understand more complex terminology and information with minimal visual support. They can infer meaning from text. Students exhibit a variety of sentence lengths of varying linguistic complexity in extended oral or written discourse.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Increase pronunciation skills through warm up activities such as grammar exercises and reading simple recipes. Improve fluency by chatting with the teacher and applying lesson topics to everyday life situations
Vocabulary: Learn abstract and concrete vocabulary words such as “awareness,” “condominium,” “fundamental,” and “advertisement” and begin to infer concrete words based on complex descriptions
Reading: Learn to summarize main ideas and details from reading passages. Apply text information to real world scenarios
Writing: Write more complex sentences with increased detail and vocabulary usage
Listening: Practice summarizing main ideas and details from videos and expand answers to include more details and higher order thinking
Level 4 – Advanced

Students can comprehend new terms based on the given context and the background information they have. They can genuinely understand external information, make inferences, and do not have to rely on memorization. Their oral and written capability is approaching that of a native English speaker.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Learn to speak with few grammar or vocabulary mistakes. Practice speaking smoothly with minimal hesitation caused by searching for words or rephrasing
Vocabulary: Learn abstract and concrete vocabulary words such as “prodigy,” “revolutionize,” “resonate,” and “iconic” and begin to infer words based on multi-phrase contexts
Reading: Start to synthesize and analyze information from reading passages
Writing: Learn to write short paragraphs with details and transition sentences
Listening: Apply and connect videos to real world scenarios and situations
Level 5 – Advanced

Students are able to express different points of view and engage in debates or conversations using correct language with no phonological, syntax, or semantic errors. They can use critical thinking skills to solve a problem or think on the spot. Their oral and written capabilities are similar to that of a native English speaker and they can communicate efficiently and without difficulty.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Improve speech to make it as smooth and effortless as a native speaker with rich vocabulary and clear pronunciation. Practice expressing complex ideas and responses in proper sentence structure and tenses
Vocabulary: Learn, understand, and incorporate both abstract and concrete complex vocabulary words such as “constitutional,” “specimen,” and “stronghold.” Learn to infer words based on nuanced contextual inferences
Reading: Learn to synthesize multiple pieces of information from a text to construct an idea or opinion. Infer holistic information from specific details and use as basis for successive inferences
Writing: Write complex sentences in paragraphs that are well organized
Listening: Analyze complex videos and apply the content to additional contexts
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Frequently Asked Questions

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How long does it take for students to advance to a new level?
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Will I receive feedback after class?
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Our English Classes.

We offer 1-on-1 or small group classes tailored to your needs.
GET STARTED

The highest standards
didn't exist so we
created them.

The English you learn will be coming from the best in the American university system. Our curriculum was created based on TOEFL English standards, the theory of multiple intelligences, and the theory of diverse learning styles. We’ll cover culturally relevant subjects you like, at your own pace.
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English Curriculum

Overview

Culturally relevant topics such as Times Square, Lady Gaga, and Steph Curry.

Warm-Up Exercises

Tongue twisters, songs, rhyming games, and pronunciation work to improve fluency and confidence.

Vocabulary Section

Learn new vocabulary and “see” these words through our videos. Learn how to incorporate these words into your everyday life.

Reading Comprehension

Read unique passages on science, art, history, and pop culture. Watch fun and interactive videos related to these topics.

Chit Chat

Discuss the topic with your tutor, share stories and experiences, and make connections.

Homework and Feedback

Apply what you have learned by analyzing and evaluating. Perform science experiments, write essays, and create presentations.

Our Curriculum Grows With You

We offer 6 levels of classes ranging from beginner to advanced.
GET STARTED
Pre-Level 1 – Beginner

Students learn how to ask and answer simple questions, use simple expressions, and give short answers. They learn to match visual representations with words and phrases about general information related to the subject content.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Learn to speak in short words and sentences.  Begin answering questions about family, clothing, and food
Vocabulary: Learn basic building block vocabulary words
Reading: Learn sight words, consonant blends, and short vowel sounds
Writing: Learn to write basic words such as cat, hat, and mat
Listening: Learn to pay attention to the teacher’s instructions and questions
Level 1 – Beginner

Stude learn how to hold simple conversations and increase complexity of sentence structure. They learn to use basic vocabulary and grammar to answer questions about general topics and more specific language related to content area with visual support.  

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Learn to speak in short words and sentences.  Begin answering questions about family, clothing, and food
Vocabulary: Learn basic building block vocabulary words
Reading: Learn sight words, consonant blends, and short vowel sounds
Writing: Learn to write basic words such as cat, hat, and mat
Listening: Learn to pay attention to the teacher’s instructions and questions
Level 2 – Intermediate

Students are able to begin, maintain, and end conversations. They can recall and communicate information learned in other situations. They can produce oral or written language with some phonological, syntax, or semantic errors and occasional visual support.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Learn to speak in short words and sentences.  Begin answering questions about family, clothing, and food
Vocabulary: Learn basic building block vocabulary words
Reading: Learn sight words, consonant blends, and short vowel sounds
Writing: Learn to write basic words such as cat, hat, and mat
Listening: Learn to pay attention to the teacher’s instructions and questions
Level 3 – Intermediate

Students can hold conversations on a wide range of topics. They are able to understand more complex terminology and information with minimal visual support. They can infer meaning from text. Students exhibit a variety of sentence lengths of varying linguistic complexity in extended oral or written discourse.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Learn to speak in short words and sentences.  Begin answering questions about family, clothing, and food
Vocabulary: Learn basic building block vocabulary words
Reading: Learn sight words, consonant blends, and short vowel sounds
Writing: Learn to write basic words such as cat, hat, and mat
Listening: Learn to pay attention to the teacher’s instructions and questions
Level 4 – Advanced

Students can comprehend new terms based on the given context and the background information they have. They can genuinely understand external information, make inferences, and do not have to rely on memorization. Their oral and written capability is approaching that of a native English speaker.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Learn to speak in short words and sentences.  Begin answering questions about family, clothing, and food
Vocabulary: Learn basic building block vocabulary words
Reading: Learn sight words, consonant blends, and short vowel sounds
Writing: Learn to write basic words such as cat, hat, and mat
Listening: Learn to pay attention to the teacher’s instructions and questions
Level 5 – Advanced

Students are able to express different points of view and engage in debates or conversations using correct language with no phonological, syntax, or semantic errors. They can use critical thinking skills to solve a problem or think on the spot. Their oral and written capabilities are similar to that of a native English speaker and they can communicate efficiently and without difficulty.

What You Will Learn:

Speaking: Learn to speak in short words and sentences.  Begin answering questions about family, clothing, and food
Vocabulary: Learn basic building block vocabulary words
Reading: Learn sight words, consonant blends, and short vowel sounds
Writing: Learn to write basic words such as cat, hat, and mat
Listening: Learn to pay attention to the teacher’s instructions and questions
GET STARTED

Grammar you learn.
Conversation,
however, you keep.

Free Trial

FAQ

How do I determine my level?
Will I be given assignments to complete?
Will I receive feedback after class?
See more faq