Science of Life
Life is a challenge, not a choice!
Having an extensive history of working with underprivileged youths, AHHA Education understands the perceived inferiority that students have in learning a second language. Thus, English learning is also coupled with the use of motivation and life skills concepts to encourage and work with students when addressing any learning difficulties.
How do they learn?
Lessons are carried out by studying the 10 AHHA skills. Students then consolidate their understanding by having group discussions. Through their experience of different personal challenges they look for the application value of their knowledge in order to break free from weaknesses and develop different positive skills.
- Aura – Positive relationships, helping others, community life, teamwork
- Belief – Belief in self, never give up, learn from mistakes, take on new challenges
- Calmness – Positive manner, no fear of mistakes, work well under pressure, problem solving
- Discipline – High work ethic, follow societies laws, respect authority, fulfil responsibilities
- Education – Plan for the future, check information, independent investigation and research
- Fairness – No double standards, be kind to others, compassionate leadership
- Growth – Self-learning, dynamic leadership, project management, teaching skills
- Happiness – Positive thinking, independent thought, see the good in all situations
- Humility – Respect teachers, learn from one another, control of ego, take criticism well
- Appreciation – Learn to show thanks, repay the help given to us by others, give back to the world for our own good fortune
Science of Language
How do they learn?
Science of Language delivers practice based learning. We begin by teaching fundamental grammar formulas which focus on a core of 72 system words. By learning a sound grammatical framework, students are able to see, construct and practice the language extremely quickly, and ready to build up vocabulary later. Our key principle? practice, practice, practice. This program is one of the most effective English Language programs in the world.
The program has received recognition and awards for its ability to comprehensively educate students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Students acquire skills in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, Conversing, Comprehension, Presentation and Critical Thinking skills. The program has been tailor made to consider the difficulties of students coming from disadvantaged backgrounds in learning English as a second language. English classes focus on teaching grammar formulas in the English language, with a strong emphasis on practising and using the language (as opposed to only having theory knowledge).
Science of Language: To develop understanding principles of how language is second language can be learnt effectively.
Nouns: To develop the ability to ask and give information about things / people / events.
Verb: To develop the ability to ask and give information about actions or activities.
Conjunction: To develop the ability to make more complex sentences by joining 2 or more sentences into a single sentence.
English Conversations: To develop the ability to converse fluently, correctly and confidently on various common subjects.
Presentation, Phrases and Songs: To develop writing skills, fluency, presentation and speaking skills.
English Comprehension: To develop comprehension of English texts, ability to organise and present ideas.
Whilst the richer segment of society have surged ahead into the world of technology, many underprivileged youth have not even touched a computer. AHHA Education aims to narrow this digital divide by helping students develop essential computer skills.
Hands On Training
AHHA Education has developed a highly effective, easy to use and practical ICT – Hands ON training program which includes: