English course

Friday 01, November 2013

English course

Grade 1:

 Learn two forms of the character Example A-a:

Learn the name of the character and his voice

Learn own words for each letter with a letter of Example

A: apple-arm - ant

writing on the four lines so that the child can write the character correctly.

 

Grade 2 :

Train the student to read the sentences

(use) must be given to save the new words

the student recognize the sounds and words, such as the function:

- (ay) Monday – play – pray

- (st) star – stop – stand

- (oy) toy – boy

- (ou) count – mouth – mouse – house

- (sh) shoes – shirt

- (th) mother – brother – father

- (ea) eat – read – ice cream – teacher

- (oo) school –room – zoo

- (ch) chicken – cheese – chocolate – chips

- ( i ) nine – bike – rice

- (ee) cheese – sleep – teeth

 

Grade 3:

Interest in reading daily training to read the text of the lesson and copy any new words in the book.

Provide the language fluently, and use images and tools relevant

Focus on the skill of writing

Written expression : arranged the words to form sentences.

 

Grade 4:

Resume the language curriculum for fourth grade

Remember all the words which are found at the beginning of each lesson

Provide the language fluently, and use images and tools relevant

The order of some of the words to form sentences useful or arrange some sentences to form a paragraph

The student must know the rules of the following:

- The present simple and present continuous.

Ex.: Bees make honey. Now, the beekeeper is collecting honey from the hive.

- Like plus the - ing form

Ex.: What do you like doing? I like playing tennis.

- The future with going to

Ex.: What are you going to do today?

I’m going to phone Sami.

- The possessive’s

E.X: Who is Aunt Amina? Aunt Amina is Maha’s mother.

- The superlative adjectives

The giraffe is the tallest animal. The monkey is the cleverest animal.


Grade 5:

Resume the language curriculum for fifth grade

Remember all the words which are found at the beginning of each lesson

Provide the language fluently, and use images and tools relevant

Write an expression by giving a student five questions to answer them five sentences or giving the student pictures and words to help them be a paragraph of five sentences

The student must know the rules of the following:

The modal verbs can, could and will to make polite requests:

Ex: Can you open the door, please

Something and anything: Ex: I want to buy something for Aunt Yasmeen.

The modal verb shall and how to make suggestions:

E.x Shall we buy some bananas? How about some apples?

The modal verb would :Ex. What would you like to do؟

The verb like to ask questions :Ex.: What’s the weather like in Canada?

The modal verb might for possibility .Ex: There might be a dust storm.

The first Conditional if

E.x1: If you eat too many sweets, You will get a toothache.

Too and enough :

The book is too young for you .It isn’t difficult enough.

Present Perfect:

E.x: What has just happened ?

The plane has just landed.