Over 60 teams from public and private schools of Georgia participated in the 2019-20 Go English! Project. Several teams from Armenia also joined the project.
Participants chose a desirable format (a poster, video or newspaper announcement) and they had only one month to create these projects.
On 28th of February 2020, a summarizing conference for Go English! Project was held at English Book Education Headquarters, where the teams presented their projects in front of the audience and specially invited jury.
During the summer 2020, the selected country projects featured on new ETS.org GO English! web gallery.
About the 2019–20 TOEFL® Young Students Series GO English! Project
The Places You Would Go! Your class wins a trip to go anywhere in the world. Where would you like to go? Why?
Practice your English language skills, work in groups with your peers and think about the place you would visit. Explain why. You are going to work in groups of four during the project and practice your speaking, reading and writing skills while creating a video, radio, poster or newspaper announcement.
With teacher’s guidance, students will be inspired to use their imagination and creativity, think of the place they would go and take pride while creating this amazing project.
TOEFL YSS GO English! is not a contest. Therefore, it does not mean awarding with prizes. The main purpose of the project is to practice English language, improve team working skills, learn sharing students’ ideas and respect each other’s opinions.
GO English! Project participants should be TOEFL Primary (8-11) and TOEFL Junior (11-16) age students.
Each participant will receive an official certification of participation; two selected projects will be placed on TOEFL web page: ETS.org
Discuss ideas with your class and create a project
Your goals are to:
Work in groups of four for a total of 5-10 hours during several weeks.
Use enough English to express your ideas effectively.
Here are some project details to get you started.
Contact us at email@example.com for questions, and remember to encourage your students to work together, be creative and have fun!