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SUCCESS STORIES

I Can Read is Asia’s leading literacy provider. We have had over 200,000 success stories in our 100 centres, spanning 9 countries. Our success stems from utilising the findings from our founders 15 year Ph.D. study into the psychology of how students learn to read. I Can Read ensures that students develop long-term excellence in all four skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing.

OUR PROGRAMMES

Developed by educational psychologists, the I Can Read Programme is student-centred and outcome-based taught by internationally qualified English Reading Specialists using the I Can Read method. Our classes are focused and fun. Parents are kept informed of the progress their child has made, in the learning areas of each course. I Can Read achieves results, giving our students the literacy skills they need as they progress in their education.


The I Can Read Early Childhood Programmes focuses on younger children just starting out on their learning journeys. Classes range from one hour to one and a half hours, and are held twice per week. These levels are aimed at children from the age of 2.5 years, and are designed to guide our youngest students towards early acquisition of English literacy. We have three levels for this programme 

Little Learners (LL)
Little Learners (LL) is a course for very young children starting out on their learning journeys. Generally, students attend two one-hour lessons per week (though children can attend more often if the parents wish). This course is aimed at children ages 2.5 to 5 years, and is designed to direct our youngest students toward early acquisition of English and classroom skills.


Little Learners (LL) is an interactive course for young learners focusing on:
  • Listening
  • Speaking

Each class includes:

  • Talk time using key classroom resources; e.g. The Today Chart
  • Developing Vocabulary
  • Developing awareness of foundation phrases
  • The use of picture cards and games to reinforce learning in a fun and student friendly environment
  • Song time
  • Storytime

Learning Objectives:

  • Good listening skills and nascent speaking skills
  • Use foundation phrases and simple vocabulary
  • Participate in song time
  • Develop fine and gross motor skills
  • Good classroom skills and independence


Little Bear’s Club (LBC)
Little Bears Club (LBC) is a course for young children who have recently begun their learning journeys. Generally, students attend two one-hour lessons per week (though children can attend more often if the parents wish). This course is aimed at children ages 4 to 6 years, and is designed to build on students’ English foundations so that they may reach independent communication and production of language, as well as further their classroom skills and comfort with an English environment.


Little Bear’s Cub (LBC) is an interactive course for young learners focusing on:

  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Grasping the concept of first sounds

Each class includes:

  • Talk time using key classroom resources; e.g. The Today Chart
  • Developing vocabulary
  • The use of picture cards and games to reinforce learning in a fun and student friendly environment
  • Singing & rhyming
  • Storytime
  • Oral communication
  • Introduction to phonology

Learning Objectives:

  • Good listening skills and nascent speaking skills
  • Use foundation phrases and simple vocabulary
  • Participate in song time
  • Develop fine and gross motor skills
  • Good classroom skills and independence

Thinking & Creative Skills

Thinking and Creative Skills (TCS) is a more advanced interactive language based course developing students phonological awareness.

Students learn to:

  • Develop a mastery of everyday target vocabulary and sentence patterns
  • Engage in conversation with confidence
  • Hear individual sounds in words
  • Orally manipulate, blend and segment those sounds
  • Expand phonemic awareness and increase confidence when speaking

Each class includes:

  • Talk time using key classroom resources; e.g. The Today Chart
  • Storytime
  • Vocabulary expansion
  • The use of picture cards and games to reinforce learning in a fun and student friendly environment
  • Learning first, middle & last sounds
  • Oral blending and segmenting practice
  • Development of conversational skills

Learning Objectives:

  • Speak using short grammatically correct sentences
  • Participate in Storytime
  • Increase vocabulary using specialized classroom resources
  • Identify first, middle and last sounds of words
  • Oral blending & segmenting of sounds
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Master of English (MOE) is a comprehensive 4-skills-driven programme designed to build upon students’ language abilities to ensure life-long English proficiency. On average, it takes four years to acquire proficiency in a new language. Because language acquisition is an investment in a long-term learning process, the I Can Read system aims to shape students to be independent learners who gain the tools they need to continue learning English on their own throughout their lives.
Our MOE programmes are designed to enable students to achieve life-long English proficiency in all skills - Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening.

Master of English Elementary (MOE:E)

Master of English Elementary (MOE: E) is a pre-reading course which gives students the foundations they need to become independent readers.

Students learn to:
  • Communicate using full, grammatically correct sentences
  • Associate sounds with individual letters and letter combinations
  • Visually blend and segment known and unknown words
Each Class Includes:
  • Vocabulary expansion and practice of more complex sentences
  • Letter and sound identification
  • Introduction to digraphs
  • Introduction to letter combinations
  • Reading practice using known and unknown words
  • Writing practice – letters and sight words

Learning Objectives:
  • Speak using grammatically correct sentences
  • Understand sound / letter relationships
  • Orally and visually blend and segment words up to CCVCC
  • Recognise and spell sight words

Master of English Beginner (MOE:B)

Master of English Beginner (MOE: B) is a 12 month structured reading course using the unique ICR Code Card and Screener.

Students learn to:
  • Automatically access sounds in words
  • Recognize letter combinations and clusters rather than memorize words.
  • Use their knowledge of phonemes to decode all the words they read in the I Can Read storybooks.
  • Comprehend what they are reading
Each Class Includes:
  • Reading specially written fun children’s stories
  • Use of screener to aid initial reading
  • Use of diacritical marks on code card in practical application
  • Spelling tests on key vocabulary
  • Vocabulary expansion and use of more complex sentences
  • Contextualised practice of different tenses
  • Writing practice – simple sentences
Learning Objectives:
  • Read independently using skills taught in class
  • Read and decode new and familiar words
  • Read using pace and expression
  • Answer comprehension questions using correct grammar
  • Expand vocabulary using ICR spelling lists
  • Understand the parts of speech
  • Write simple sentences
  • Verbally communicate in different tenses in a natural way

Master of English Early Intermediate

Master of English Early Intermediate (MOE: EI) is a 12 month structured course in which students become fully independent readers

Students learn to:
  • Read from the novel
  • Read from the sound based unmarked story books
  • Understand and complete oral comprehension
  • Construct written comprehension answers
Each Class Includes:
  • A grammar exercise
  • A spelling test
  • Sentence writing using spelling words
  • Reading of sound based unmarked story books and a novel
  • Reading comprehension exercises
  • Contextualised practice of more complex tenses
  • The assigning of reading and spelling homework

Learning Objectives:
  • Read independently using skills taught in class
  • Read and decode new and familiar words
  • Read using pace and expression
  • Answer comprehension questions using correct grammar
  • Expand vocabulary using ICR spelling lists
  • Understand the parts of speech
  • Write more complex sentences
Master of English Intermediate and Upper Intermediate 

Master of English Intermediate and Upper Intermediate (MOE: I and MOE: UI) are courses which focus on further developing students reading comprehension and writing skills. They are designed for students who have at least a basic knowledge of grammar - particularly punctuation and simple sentence structure.

Students learn to:
  • Write longer, more complex answers and paragraphs
  • Acquire the skills needed for planning and writing short stories and essays
  • Read and respond to a variety of well-known classics of children’s fiction
  • Write with greater organisation and detail
  • Speak with more confidence and poise
  • Read using a wider range of comprehension skills and strategies
Each Class Includes:
  • Reading – both individual and group
  • Comprehension – increasingly written rather than oral
  • Activities on Grammar/Punctuation/Parts of Speech Spelling
  • Writing – sentences, paragraphs, simple stories and essays
  • Group discussions – sharing ideas and opinions and listening to others
  • Listening activities – active listening for meaning and comprehension
  • Oral presentations – learning how to speak confidently in front of others
Learning Objectives:
Master all four skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing, with near native abilities




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