English does Sound Fun after all! I started doing the ESF with Nancy when she was a sixth grader at Primary school. She had already done some preliminary work with another teacher who taught a different series at the time. Nancy was rather negatively disposed towards the idea of learning English when I first met
Ι’m not happy with ESF… I’m in so many ways more than happy!!! I feel lucky to have this unique and innovative tool in my hands! I feel confident to teach my students with the best and the most helpful method I have ever used. I am positive that any of my students can understand
English Sounds fun is an amazing initiative that created a useful tool for EFL teachers who teach dyslexic learners. Having specialized in teaching English to dyslexic learners myself, I was impressed by the fact that this book has incorporated all the latest research on how dyslexic learners best learn to create a carefully structured coursebook.
ESF is truly a holistic and innovative method and I have found this book and its materials really useful! It’s a unique and different approach to teaching English to students with learning difficulties. I have used this method with learners with dyslexia and ADHD and they really liked the tactile activities and multimedia materials. English
Being a teacher, ESF helped me support learners and make them love English by offering a different approach in learning the language and by boosting their self-esteem. All students I have taught ESF to so far have benefited enormously, due to the multisensory and holistic approach. Finally, through the complete and explicit lesson plans, ESF
“I never believed that after 22 years of teaching English I would find a method that would inspire me, motivate me and give me confidence to teach learners with SpLDs like dyslexia and SpLDs. I owe this to the outstanding job of the authors, as well as their constant guidance and support whenever needed (after