Grade 2 - 5
- Short and Long Vowels
- Controlled Vowels
- Using ai and ay
- Understanding e, ea, and ie
- Ending Consonants
- Consonant Blends
- Understanding Words with s Blends
- Phonics Word Study
- Silent E
- Similar Words
- Similarities: Synonyms
- Compound Words
- Order the Words Alphabetically
- Choose the Correct Spelling
- Multiple Choice Spelling
- Opposites: Antonyms
- Rhyming Words
- Find the Correct Word
- Spelling Number Words
- Punctuation Marks
- Find the Nouns
- Find the Verbs
- Adjectives - Words That Describe
- Sequencing: Comparative Adjectives
- Complete or Incomplete
- Statements and Questions
- Asking and Telling Sentences
- Write the Correct Sentence
- Find the Correct Word in the Sentence
- Choose the Correct Word in the Sentence
Reading and Comprehension
- Picture Comprehension
- Language Comprehension and Response
- Hand writing
- All about me
- Life at school
- My home and family
- Story - The bee and the ladybug
- Story - East coast thanksgiving
- Cause and effect
- Main idea
All our courses follow either a carefully planned syllabus or an up-to-date coursebook which teachers frequently adapt to suit the needs of individual classes.
Grade 5 - 10
· Being able to read and understand the content of the text is an important factor. Students are given meaningful context relating the topics to real life situation, which makes the student be more interested in the context.
· Regular practice of proper pronunciation and intonation is provided to students.
· Being able to represent different styles, forms, and genres.
· Reconstructing the information given on the text.
· Materials are chosen for translation according to their level.
· Being able to use all the basic reading strategies ( e.g. , visual and verbal cues, knowledge of language patterns, information from context, etc)
· Oral communication is intended for those who already have at least an upper-intermediate level of General English or French, competence and want to focus on fluency in speaking and listening.
· Though they may be fluent readers of English/French and have a good knowledge of English/French grammar, learners often lack confidence in speaking the language or lose their confidence when they do not understand other speakers or cannot make themselves understood. Those who recognize this description as applying to themselves will find Spoken English/French of use.
· To increase awareness of spoken English/French used in a variety of contexts.
· To develop spoken fluency and improve all aspects of pronunciation.
· To develop listening skills and strategies in a range of contexts.
· Combination of grammar, spelling, and vocabulary- in order to acquire proper writing skills.
· Choosing and organizing the ideas with coherence, with the main topic and the intention of the text.
· Regrouping logic of ideas in the paragraphs and organizing the sentences according to the paragraphs.
· Recognizing and using different types and forms of sentences ( e.g. Declarative, interrogative, exclamative, etc)
· Writing frequently for a variety of purposes and audiences to help in finding new ideas with ease and clarity.
Courses follow either a carefully planned syllabus or an up-to-date coursebook which teachers frequently adapt to suit the needs of individual classes.