English Department

• Students will be able to read a passage and comprehend the meaning.
• Will be able to recite a poem with correct rhythm.
• Read simple articles from the newspaper.
• Read storybooks and explain the meaning in their own words.
• Read the lessons with fluency.
• Students will be able to read simple story books according to their interest.
• Students will be able to read aloud with specific guidance from the teacher.
• Will be able to read simple stories of their standard.
• Will be encouraged to read newspaper headlines.
• Will be encouraged to read their lessons correctly without any guidance.
• Students will be able to write a short story based on a given outline.
• Will be able to write a formal and an informal letter.
• Will be able to write a paragraph on a given topic.
• Will be able to write their own answers with correct construction.
• Will be able to write simple poems using rhyming words.
• Will be able to write a paragraph describing a picture.
• Will be taught to describe certain events.
• Will be taught to write constructive answers with guidance.
• Students will make correct use of prepositions, conjunctions etc.
• Will learn to frame questions using wh- words.
• Students will learn about tense and its specific uses.
• Will be able to construct grammatically correct sentences with guidance.
• Will be able to use prefixes and suffixes correctly.
• Will be able to use the correct punctuation marks.
• Students will be taught about the agreement of the subject-verb and their usage.
• Will be able to answer the worksheets without any help.
• Students will be able to listen to some passage and comprehend their meaning.
• Match pictures with their descriptions.
• Follow instructions to complete a picture or a flowchart.
• Will be able to listen to an audio and comprehend answers.
• Will be able to listen to others and answer questions put forward by the teacher.
• Students will listen attentively and comprehend the meaning of a conversation.
• Will recognize the pronunciation of different words.
• Will listen to peer conversation and comment on it.
• Will listen to simple stories read out by the teacher and answer simple questions.
• Students will be able to speak fluently.
• Will be able to enact roles on a given subject.
• Will use polite words during conversations.
• Will be able to give logical judgements in debates based on their standard.
• Will be able to describe happenings from their day-to-day life.
• Students will be able to enact in role plays.
• Will be able to speak about their favourite movie or favourite play.
• Will be able to converse correctly with minimal mistake.
• Will be able to speak about simple topics.

• 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.

• To be able to communicate in English with peers and teachers.
• 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 and take it to the next level. So that they are able to attempt complex grammatical tasks.
• To be able to translate some sentences in Hindi or Assamese to English .
• To analyze and interpret hidden ideas or concepts in a passage.
• To able to interpret the lines of poems not only of the text but from other books.
• 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.
• To be able to enrich word power with more reading and constant speaking.
• Improving their spellings by regular practice.
• To improve their higher order creativity.

• To read a passage and comprehend the meaning.
• To recite a poem aloud so that they understand the magic of reading newspaper items to read and comment on it thereafter by discussing the topic in groups.
• To read story books and to give gist of the same in next class,hold recitation competition in the class.( speaking, listening &reading will be assessed)
• Silent reading can be encouraged amongst the students.
• Asking them to read a news daily of their choice and asking the upper band students to discuss on it and then considering the view of the middle band students.
• Asking them to read bill boards and ask them how it help to know the happenings in the market place.
• Asking them to read a news daily of their choice and asking the upper band students to discuss on it and then considering the view of the middle band and the lower band students.
• Asking them to read bill boards and ask them how it help to know the happenings in the market place.
• Asked to develop a short story based on the given outline.
• Taught to write an informal letter to friends or parents.
• Given to write answers of certain questions from the taught lesson.
• Rearrange sentences to make a meaningful passage.
• Asked to write a paragraph based on the picture provided to them.
• Asked to write articles, poems for sunday reading, school magazine.
• Asking the students to write a passage on any given topic.
• Teaching students how to describe certain events.
• Asking them to write about their future plans and also by asking them to take much interest in writing.
• More homework can be given so that they develop themselves and upgrade their band.
• teaching the learner the correct use of tense with examples.
• teaching the learner the correct use of prepositions, adjectives, nouns, adverbs, conjunctions etc.
• teaching the learners to frame questions by using wh-words.
• teaching the learners the correct use of idioms and phrases.
• they can be taught the tense and its specific uses.
• they can be taught the subject-verb agreement and its applications.
• they should be taught the parts of speech so that they get a clear idea regarding their use.
• they can be helped to understand with simple worksheet to understand grammar.
• listen to new words and try to comprehend their meaning and also the pronunciations.
• listen to some passage and try to comprehend their meaning.
• match pictures with descriptions.
• follow instructions to draw a picture or a flow chart.
• students will be encouraged to speak in a given topic and others will listen carefully and will answer the questions put afterwards.
• the tape recorder will be played and students will try to comprehend the meaning of the topic played and answer the questions that follow.
• encouraging the students to comprehend the meaning by listening to a conversation.
• encouraging the students to listen to an audio tape related to their course.
• teaching the students how to recognize the pronunciations of different words.
• listen to conversation of peers and comment.
• asked to narrate some stories that happens in their day to day life and sometimes they can be given some specific topics also to speak.
• asked to play some roles based on their real life situations.
• asked to use some polite words in conversations.
• asked to comment on some recent issues related to sports, politics, economics etc.
• arrange for debate, extempore, short speech in the class.
• asking the learners to speak on certain average topics.
• talking about a famous personality, famous movie etc.
• asking students some simple questions from their day to day life.
• giving them short roles to play.

• Apply strategies to comprehend words and ideas.
• Identification of key words and comprehend the meanings.
• Participate in group discussions, debates etc.
• Develop their comprehension skills.
• Enable them to speak in any situations.
• Develop their creative skills in writing.
• Articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• They will be able to write effectively for a variety of professional and social settings.
• They will demonstrate an ability to revise for content and edit for grammatical and stylistic clarity.
• They will be able to identify topics and formulate questions for productive inquiry.
• Develop a passion for literature and language.

• Identification of key words and comprehend the meanings.
• Participate in group discussions, debates etc.
• Develop their comprehension skills.
• Distinguish between fact and opinion
• Speak in grammatically correct sentences.
• Use a variety of speaking techniques( adjusting tone, volume and making eye contact)
• Speak with expression, pace, gestures appropriate for the topic.
• Communicate ideas in an organized and coherent manner.
• Listen respectfully when others speak.
• Respond appropriately to what is heard.
• Develop their creative skills in writing.
• Develop a passion for literature and language.

• learners are expected to follow instructions and directions so that they can distinguish between facts and opinion.
• learners are expected to identify and use appropriate vocabulary.
• they will be able to prepare, organize and deliver an engaging oral presentation.
• speak confidently in public and participate appropriately and effectively with others in a conversation.
• Learners will be able to read a variety of print texts including drama, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.
• To predict outcome.
• To comment on the passages read.
• To be able to read fluently and view the given text for information and enjoyment.
• To recognize the socio-political and cultural background of texts.
• To write in the appropriate style and format.
• To use a variety of sentence types and sentences of different lengths and structures appropriately.
• Prepare a final draft by proof-reading and editing.

• learners are expected to listen critically for specific information.
• To make inferences and judgements.
• To exhibit skills of making oral presentations.
• To use the appropriate tone, posture, gestures, pause and maintain eye contact while speaking.
• To be able to articulate their own interpretations with an awareness and curiosity for other perspectives.
• Respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.
• To summarize main and supporting ideas in the form of notes/points and make connections between them.
• To develop coherent ideas and organize them into main and supporting ideas.
• To reflect on, analyse and evaluate own work and check it for spelling, stylistic or content-related errors.
• To present the final product in an appropriate style, free of grammatical and syntactical errors.

• 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 have a comprehensive and reliable mastery of a very wide range of language to formulate thoughts precisely.
• To give emphasis and eliminate ambiguity.
• To have complete and consistent grammatical control of highly complex language at all times.
• To have a very wide range of idiomatic expressions and use the same.
• 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 w.ords and illustrations and develop the same with its help
• To read a story fluently with correct pronunciation and intonation both in groups and individually and make predictions and inferences and link with real life situations.
• Follow asset of directions given verbally.
• To enable students to compose essays and short stories.
• To analyze and interpret hidden ideas or concepts in a passage.
• To able to interpret the lines of poems not only of the text but from other books.
• 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.
• To be able to enrich word power with more reading and constant speaking.
• Improving their spellings by regular practice.
• To improve their higher order creativity.
• To have the proper vocabulary specific to the topic .
• To be able to justify an argument, evaluate different standpoints and challenges arguments and opinions.

• To be able to write letters/paragraph /stories/character sketch etc.
• To be able to have a comprehensive and reliable mastery of a very wide range of language to formulate thoughts precisely.
• To give emphasis and eliminate ambiguity.
• To have complete and consistent grammatical control of highly complex language at all times.
• To have a very wide range of idiomatic expressions and use the same.
• 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 w.ords and illustrations and develop the same with its help.
• To read a story fluently with correct pronunciation and intonation both in groups and individually and make predictions and inferences and link with real life situations.
• Follow asset of directions given verbally.
• To enable students to compose essays and short stories.
• To analyze and interpret hidden ideas or concepts in a passage.
• To able to interpret the lines of poems not only of the text but from other books.
• 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.
• To be able to enrich word power with more reading and constant speaking.
• Improving their spellings by regular practice.
• To improve their higher order creativity.
• To have the proper vocabulary specific to the topic .
• To be able to justify an argument, evaluate different standpoints and challenges arguments and opinions.

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