Category Archives: Schools

Schools that are currently listed as LLI-MEXICO Beneficiaries for 2013-2014

DIF Coba

IMG_5947DIF provides services for special needs children and offers various programs and therapies for children who learn differently. BrillKids English Little Reader curriculum has provided the chance for children to learn English in a fun and multi-sensory way. An important feature of Little Reader is the multi-sensory instructional approach, which greatly impacts children with language processing difficulties. Children interact with Little Reader and improve their oral language skills through using all their senses.


“Children who receive English class are bilingual (Spanish – Mayan) experience with the third language is good, children are becoming  familiar with the English language. I note the pronunciation skills and a strong, constant and optimal interest classes. Always attend. It is a good program, I am grateful for the group of children and would like to coordinate to the extent of interest and other new groups, this program can be extended to other groups of infants. Joy thank you very much, Helen and Victor.”

Los niños que reciben la clase de ingles son bilingües (español – maya) la  experiencia con el tercer idioma es buena, los niños se están familiarizando con la lengua inglesa. Observo habilidad para la pronunciación y un marcado, constante y optimo interés por las clases. Siempre asisten. Es un buen programa, estoy agradecida en nombre del grupo de niños que coordino y me gustaría que en la medida del interés de otros y nuevos grupos, este programa se pueda hacer extensivo a otros grupos de infantes. Muchas gracias Joy, Helen y Victor.”
Agueda de la Cruz

Casa de la Cultura, Coba

IMG_6651Professor Luis Manuel May Cú, oversees the Casa de la Cultura at the Mayan community center of Coba, in the county of Tulum, state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. The children practice different cultural activities such as plastic arts, pre-Hispanic music and folkloric dances. The goal of Casa de la Cultura is to provide an opportunity for the Mayan children of Coba a free space to interact with their own cultural roots. Also, at the same time they can get in touch with new cultures and practices brought by many tourists who visit the archeological site next to the community. One of many new things happening is the arrival of the English language because the Casa de la Cultura is a public area where children can come freely. Professor Luis Manuel believes this is a perfect place to offer basic English lessons to the children. They are the future of the community; they could find better jobs without leaving their families.

The program is a didactic way to learn English and it is very easy to use. Recently the students suggested to have an examination to see who among them had learned the most. This program has been a success! It is transforming the kids lifes for good. Thanks for your support. Greeting.”

Pues es una forma  muy didactica de aprender la ultumas vez los alumnos sugirieron tener una examen para que entre ellos vieran quien era el mejor todo ha sido un exito, a estos niños les esta cambiando la vida, saludos y gracias por su apoyo.”
Luis Manuel

Elementary School Juan de la Barrera

DSCN2024Juan de La Barrera is a small  Mayan Elementary public school.  The 6th grade students are eager to share their new English vocabulary skills. Little Reader is fun and students are interacting with the program and improving their English pronunciation.  Little Reader picture audio effectively gives English language learners an opportunity to practice and vocalize the word and understand the full meaning.

108 students