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                                                    The Advanced Course

Junior English course is designed for school students to enhance their proficiency in grammar, usage, comprehension, composition, writing skills, and speaking skills.

Course Outline:
  1. Grammar and Usage:
  • Parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, etc.)
  • Sentence structure (simple, complex, compound)
  • The tenses (present, past, future)
  • Modal verbs (can, could, must, etc.)
  • Subject-verb agreement
  • Articles (a, an, the)
  • Comparison of adjectives
  • Phrasal Verbs
  1. Comprehension:
  • Reading comprehension exercises
  • Vocabulary building activities
  • Identifying main ideas and supporting details
  • Making inferences and drawing conclusions
  • Analyzing and discussing texts
  • Figures of speech
  1. Composition and Writing Skills:
  • Introduction to basic essay structure
  • Paragraph writing (topic sentences, supporting details, concluding sentences)
  • Narrative writing (personal stories, fictional narratives)
  • Descriptive writing (people, places, objects)
  • Persuasive writing (opinion essays, arguments)
  • Informative writing (informative essays, reports)
  • Precise Writing
  • Picture Composition
  • Developing writing coherence
  1. Speaking Skills:
  • Pronunciation 
  • Conversational skills
  • Role-playing and dialogues
  • Giving presentations and speeches
  • Participating in group discussions and debates  
  • Fluency-building exercises and activities
  1. Listening Skills:
  • Active listening
  • Identifying main ideas, and supporting details.
  • Engaging in listening exercises and audio-based activities.
  • Videos for learning grammar and comprehension
  • Online language learning platforms for interactive practice
  • Google Meet Whiteboard for visual aids and demonstrations
  • Regular quizzes and tests to assess grammar, vocabulary, and comprehension skills
  • Writing assignments for composition evaluation
  • Speaking assessments through individual presentations, group discussions, and role-plays
  1. Course Material
  • Lessons and Notes
  • Worksheets
  • Video links