Junior Learner Courses | Teenager Courses 

Junior  Courses include 11 levels

      - Play Room, Play School, Pre-L1 Levels        (Learning Through Play)

      - L1, L2, L3 Levels                                           (Repeating & Producing)

      -  L4, L5 Levels                                                (Basic Communication)

      - L6, L7, L8 Levels                                           (Basic Conversation)


Within one classroom there will be a maximum of 16-18 students. In our Plat Room – L3 Levels, as well as the teacher, each classroom is assigned a teaching assistant in order to help care for and assist our younger students when necessary. Students from L1 – L8 Levels are given a pre-test before being assigned to the appropriate level for his or her ability and age.


Learning Through Play (Play Room, Play School, Pre-L1) 

Play Room Level

At our school, Go Global Play Room Level is Engliah fundamental course for kid (age range 3-4 years old). This course emphasizes learning by doing activities with Native Speaker. Our teachers enhance students to pronounce consonant and practice basic Phonics for kid. “Play and Learn”  is the concept of this level to support our students to love English.

Play School Level

Go Global Play School Level is English Fundamental course for kid (age range 4-5 years old). This course emphasizes learning by doing activities with Native Speaker. Our teachers enhance students to practice basic Phonics, listening, pronouncing, reading, writing alphabet and easy vocabulary. Besides, our students will learn English through enjoyable activities such as singing, dancing, painting and rhythmic activities.

Pre L1

This age range encompasses 4.6 to 5.6 years as the first level of children learning a foreign language. Students start to learn the language through various activities to practice English. We strive to make the learning fun for the students. Students will learn how to use, greetings, short sentences and simple questions.


Repeating &Producing(L1, L2, L3) 


Students will learn basic vocabulary and practice using pronunciation.Topics covered are classroom items,colors and animals. Students will work in groups and pairs to further enhance their communication skills.


We will introduce vocabulary about different parts of the body. Topics include location, shape, size, and family members. We will embark on sentence structures and the practice of using singular and plural nouns.


Vocabulary introduced includes food, vegetables, fruits, and clothing.Verb actions are introduced. Students will practice building negative sentences and describing their daily activities and actions (Present Simple Tense and Present Continuous Tense) to communicate what they like or do not like to do.


Basic Communication(L4, L5 )


Students will learn how to describe and relate routines using the narrative. The present tense and the present continuous tense sentences are used to practice giving directions. The appropriate usage of adjectives nouns and verbs will be explored in more detail.


Asstudents progress through this level, discussions will focus on various scenarios as routine, sports, hobbies, travel, and shopping the students under. Students are encouraged to use only English in their discussions of the topics presented. In doing so, the students will also develop listening skills with each lesson.


Basic Conversation (L6, L7, L8)


Students will continue to focus on discussion‐based lessons. New scenarios are introduced throughout the textbook and there is now a real training towards becoming fluent and we will focus on the ability to partake in English discussions The ability to understand through improved listening will be encouraged.


Focus is on conversation being practiced by students based on differing scenarios whether it is for birthday parties, holidays, entertainment, recycling, or social media purposes. In addition to focusing on learners communicate in English for each topic. The listening skills of the students will continue to improve with each lesson.


Conversation practice continues with more challenging topics. More intricate vocabulary and grammar structures are introduced in topics as diverse as shopping and residential care. Student personalities are explored with the encouragement of the exchange of ideas.