Global Thinking

This is our most popular and innovative course. By combing critical writing, debate, and public speaking/Model United Nations courses, students build thinking, writing, and debate skills simultaneously, transforming them into well-rounded English communicators. Each week’s lesson focuses on a recent news story, and students develop opinions on these issues and share them in writing and through speaking. These lessons also include exercises designed to foster teamwork and negotiation skills and thus develop the confidence needed to lead others in any situation. As such, the Global Thinking course is unmissable for any student pursuing an international education or career.

Beginners Global Thinking (8-9 Years Old)

This course combines critical writing, debate, and public speaking to introduce young students to current events and ethical dilemmas.

What happens when society doesn’t punish cheaters? Or an earthquake happens and scientists forget to warn everyone?

In order to answer these questions, students need to learn how to think critically about today’s globalised world. In Global Thinking, students learn how to analyze the elements that drive current events, and how to speak and write about those elements with confidence and clarity. We tackle these touch social and cultural issues through fun, interactive class debates and discussions.

This course combines three of our most popular courses: Critical Writing, Debate, and Public Speaking. Each class will focus on one of these skills, and the following week will focus on another, and so on. This rotation allows students to build a diverse range of crucial skills.

Age Group: 8-9 years old
Locations: Causeway Bay, Kowloon
Duration: 1.5 hours
Lesson Fee: $570 per 1.5-hour class


Introductory Global Thinking (10-11 Years Old)

This course combines critical writing, debate, and public speaking to build students’ confidence in discussing important news items and moral issues.

What are designer babies? Is it possible to clone a human being? Will we ever really colonise Mars? 

In order to answer these questions, students need to learn how to think critically about today’s globalised world. In Global Thinking, students learn how to analyze the elements that drive current events, and how to speak and write about those elements with confidence and clarity. We tackle these touch social and cultural issues through fun, interactive class debates and discussions.

This course combines three of our most popular courses: Critical Writing, Debate, and Public Speaking. Each class will focus on one of these skills, and the following week will focus on another, and so on. This rotation allows students to build a diverse range of crucial skills.

Age Group: 10-11 years old
Locations: Causeway Bay, Kowloon
Duration: 1.5 hours
Lesson Fee: $625 per 1.5-hour class


Intermediate Global Thinking (12-13 Years Old)

What is cyberwarfare? How does it impact us as citizens? Why is it so difficult to prove and what does it mean for the future? In order to answer these questions, students need to learn how to think critically about today’s globalised world.

In Global Thinking, students learn how to analyze the elements that drive current events, and how to speak and write about those elements with confidence and clarity. We tackle these touch social and cultural issues through fun, interactive class debates and discussions.

This course combines three of our most popular courses: Critical Writing, Debate, and Public Speaking. Each class will focus on one of these skills, and the following week will focus on another, and so on. This rotation allows students to build a diverse range of crucial skills.

Age Group: 12-13 years old
Duration: 1.5 hours
Location: Causeway Bay, Kowloon
Lesson Fee: $730 per 1.5-hour class


Advanced Global Thinking (14+ Years Old)

What does the tense relationship between the US and China mean for global stability in the 21st century? How are North Korea, Russia, Europe – and even Hong Kong – affected by this? In order to answer these questions, students need to learn how to think critically about today’s globalised world.

In order to answer these questions, students need to learn how to think critically about today’s globalised world. In Global Thinking, students learn how to analyze the elements that drive current events, and how to speak and write about those elements with confidence and clarity. We tackle these touch social and cultural issues through fun, interactive class debates and discussions.

This course combines three of our most popular courses: Critical Writing, Debate, and Public Speaking. Each class will focus on one of these skills, and the following week will focus on another, and so on. This rotation allows students to build a diverse range of crucial skills.

Age Group: 14+ years old
Locations: Causeway Bay, Kowloon
Duration: 1.5 hours
Lesson Fee: $730 per 1.5-hour class