Episodes

Episodes


Episodes are the center of Eigopop's service. Think of them as a series of themed-based lesson blocks. Each Episode consists of three lessons after which a new Episode is introduced. Our episodes are optimized for three lessons to comfortably cover the material and give a sense of repetition. But it's up to you whether to take only one Episode lesson or all three. If your kid's a rocket just continue with the next Episode.

Each episode leads into the next becoming progressively more advanced. While earlier episodes focus more on simple conversational phrases, advanced Episodes require your child to express thoughts and converse in more complex situations. When first signing up, our teachers will evaluate your kids English conversation level. This is a single lesson and together with your feedback we will suggest a starting Episode.

The Color Of Words

The Color Of Words

"How does a word feel?" We remember things better when a mental image is created. And children are especially good at that. It's not only the words and phrases that make up a language, but more the visual, auditory, and kinetic senses that help bring a language to live.

Visual Focus

Visual Focus

The first part of the lesson focuses on new vocabulary. Our teachers use engaging graphics and flashcards to give a visual representation of new words used during the lesson.

Kinetic Focus

Kinetic Focus

The kinetic focus helps to reinforce muscle memory. The Japanese language uses different facial muscles than the English language. To help pronounce a word the right way we use "gestures" - a visual representation that helps to understand the tone and flow of the English language.

Phrase Focus

Phrase Focus

The phrase focus is the part that engages your kid in active teacher-student conversation. New phrases are taught and the learned vocabulary and pronunciation applied.

Auditory Focus

Auditory Focus

We all like to remember words and phrases from our favorite songs. Some of them are in English and sometimes we just can’t help getting the lyrics out of our head. At the end of each lesson, we use a theme-based karaoke song. Phrases and words used during the lesson are used in the song while teacher and student sing along.