'All In' is a new English Immersion Course at Flip!

100% English! English+STEAM=Fun Learning!
Now accepting inquiries!

Based on feedback from students and parents, we would like to launch ‘All In’ this fall as a weekly 90-minute class.

Please read about these changes below!

‘All In’ means giving 100% and doing one’s best

Flip Education Center’s ‘All In’ English is a weekly, 90-minute immersion program for:

  • elementary school students / jr.&sr. high school students
  • families looking for English-intensive programs
  • returnee families
  • international families
  • homeschooling families

‘All In’ combines academic programs with natural English communication to help students achieve academic success and increase English fluency.

flipEnglish has a simple belief that some of the best learning is organic, spontaneous and fun. We are committed to helping students develop better communication skills through a combination of education, passion and fun.

‘All In’ will include lessons, projects, games, crafts and cooking that will encourage teamwork, problem solving, and critical thinking

Why All In?

  • English only!
  • Small class size!
  • Weekly chance to meet and talk with other students!
  • Cross-curriculum!
  • Cross-platform!
  • Fun and interesting!

 ‘All In’ requires an entrance interview. Only students with a demonstrated English ability will be admitted.

Program Content

We believe engaging classes and topics lead to a love for learning. ‘All In’ is an English-only, cross-curriculum e-STEAM program. Our classes focus on communication and speaking. Based on the needs and interests of students, course topics may include:

  • science
  • history
  • geography
  • math (word-based problems)
  • English composition
  • reading
  • spelling/grammar
  • technology (basic computer coding, using presentation tools, video creation)
  • arts and crafts
  • engineering (fun projects that develop teamwork, critical thinking & problem solving)

Our curriculum offers three different Lexile reading levels for each topic, allowing us to select an appropriate reading level for every student.

Schedule

90-minute class

Based on English proficiency, we are forming classes Friday evening, Saturday morning and Saturday afternoon. We will do our best to work with student’s and families to create a class at the best time for everyone.

Homework

Each week, students will be given 1 homework assignment to be completed and submitted before coming to class. Homework may be: a writing project, a verbal book report submitted online, or gathering resources necessary to complete a project. Students will stay connected to their teacher and classmates via teacher led communication on Flipgrid and will give one video update each week. 

Tuition

¥7,500 Monthly Tuition
Includes

  • instruction fee
  • online access to curriculum
  • handouts
  • access to Flip’s ‘lending library’ of 700 books
  • craft materials
  • snacks
  • insurance
    (Does not include any additional textbooks students may wish to purchase on their own.)

¥500 Materials Fee (One time, at enrollment.)

Flip English does not have an enrollment fee.

(All fees include tax.)

Educators

Peter Thomson has been teaching English in Japan since 1988. He has taught at private English schools and universities. He leads the elementary, Jr. High and Sr. High classes at flipENGLISH. In addition to teaching, he trains and equips English teachers working in Japan, and teaches language acquisition to families preparing for overseas work.
Author: Monster English Series for elementary school students (Monster English: Egg, 1, 2, 3)
Author: Good Times Series for junior high and senior high students (Good Times 1,2,3)
His hobbies are walking, computers, listening to music and spending time with his family.
Peter has a B.A. from Vanguard University.

Jack Eom moved to Japan in 2017, after growing up in the U.S.A. and South Korea. For the past three years he has taught pre-schoolers at Ashiya International School, in Ashiya, Hyogo.
Jack enjoys music and plays the guitar at his church in Kobe.
Jack has a B.S. from the University of Illinois.

Additional teachers will teach classes based on topic and expertise.

Notes

  1. Students will be assessed for English language ability before being admitted to the program. Only students with a demonstrated ability will be admitted.
  2. Students are not permitted to speak Japanese with each other. Japanese may only be used when allowed by the teacher.
  3. This is a cross-curriculum e-STEAM program. (English, Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math). 
  4. Homework will be assigned, and all students agree to complete homework by the assigned due date.
  5. Program requires a minimum of 4 students to be held. The maximum number allowed is 10 students.
  6. Students may miss five classes per academic year, free of charge. Flip will not offer make-up sessions for missed classes, but will provide extra assistance to ensure homework can be completed.
  7. Students will need access to a tablet or smartphone at their home in order to complete and submit homework assignments. Students are encouraged to bring their own tablet to class, or they may use one of Flip’s tablets, if available.
  8. If a student brings their own tablet, they may access Flip’s Wifi network while in class, but not at any other time during the month. 

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