ACADEMIC

• To be able to communicate in English.
• Read and understand simple written English materials.
• To be able to read given books /textbook and solve comprehension passages.
• To be able to write letters/paragraph /stories/character sketch etc.
• To be able to enrich word power with more reading and constant speaking.
• Describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text.
• To understand that spoken language varies according to the purpose and audience.
• To understand that different types of texts serve different purposes.
• Identify and record some key features of a story using words and illustrations.
• To read a story fluently with correct pronunciation and intonation both in groups and individually and make predictions and inferences.
• Follow asset of directions given verbally.
• To enable students to compose essays and short stories.
• To improve their vocabulary.
• Enable and encourage basic recitation skill and identify the rhyme scheme and imagery in poems.
• To be able to frame answers on their own and develop their creative and critical thinking.
• To listen carefully and deduce the meaning of the text.
• To use grammatically correct sentences.
• Improve their grammatical errors by checking and also giving them more of practicing tasks.
• To apply new words correctly and enrich word power.
• Improving their spellings by regular practice.

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• To be able to communicate in English.
• Read and understand simple written English materials.
• To be able to read given books /textbook and solve comprehension passages.
• To be able to write letters/paragraph /stories/character sketch etc.
• To be able to enrich word power with more reading and constant speaking.
• Describe in depth a character, setting or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text.
• To understand that spoken language varies according to the purpose and audience.
• To understand that different types of texts serve different purposes.
• Identify and record some key features of a story using words and illustrations.
• To read a story fluently with correct pronunciation and intonation both in groups and individually and make predictions and inferences.
• Follow asset of directions given verbally.
• To enable students to compose essays and short stories.
• To improve their vocabulary.
• Enable and encourage basic recitation skill and identify the rhyme scheme and imagery in poems.
• To be able to frame answers on their own and develop their creative and critical thinking.
• To listen carefully and deduce the meaning of the text.
• To use grammatically correct sentences.
• Improve their grammatical errors by checking and also giving them more of practicing tasks.
• To apply new words correctly and enrich word power.
• Improving their spellings by regular practice.

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