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Course Description

The Cambridge IGCSE syllabus for English as a Second Language (Grade 5) typically covers the following areas:

  1. Reading:

   - Reading comprehension of different types of texts, such as stories,            articles, and poems.

   - Understanding main ideas, supporting details, and inferences from the text.


  1. Writing:

   - Narrative writing, including personal experiences and fictional stories.

   - Descriptive writing, focusing on people, places, and objects.

   - Informative writing, presenting facts and information on various topics.


  1. Listening:

   - Listening comprehension exercises, understanding spoken texts, and answering related questions.


  1. Speaking:

   - Verbal communication exercises, including discussions, presentations, and role-plays.


  1. Vocabulary and Grammar:

   - Building vocabulary and understanding word meanings in different contexts.

   - Basic grammar rules and sentence structures, including tenses, subject-verb agreement, etc.


  1. Literature:

   - Introduction to age-appropriate literary works, analyzing characters and themes.


  1. Creative Writing:

   - Encouraging creativity through writing prompts and imaginative tasks.


  1. Spelling and Punctuation:

   - Developing correct spelling and punctuation skills.


Please note that the syllabus might be updated from time to time, and there might be variations in the syllabus based on the specific course or exam board offering the IGCSE English curriculum. 

Course Outcomes

  • Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of English
  • Students will develop proficiency in applying English principles and concepts to solve complex problems in various scenarios.
  • The course aims to cultivate critical thinking and analytical skills in students, allowing them to evaluate and assess English effectively.
  • Students will acquire hands-on experience in English and demonstrate competence in utilizing relevant tools and techniques.
  • By the end of the course, students will be able to design and implement English with a focus on efficiency and innovation.
  • The course will foster effective communication skills in students, enabling them to present and explain English concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively in teams, applying their knowledge of English to achieve common goals.
  • The course seeks to instill ethical and professional values in students concerning the use of English in real-world applications
  • Upon completion of the course, students will have a deeper appreciation for the impact of English on society and its potential implications
  • The course will equip students with the necessary tools to continue their learning and exploration of English beyond the classroom setting.

Required Qualifications

  1. Understanding level equivalent to class V
  2. Steady internet connections
  3. Laptop/ Desktop/Smartphone/Devices

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