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SYLLABUS

The syllabus has been standardized at par with CEFR (The Common European
Framework of Reference for Languages) standards.
The Syllabus ensures that the following skills are achieved:

1. Listening
2. Speaking
3. Conversing
4. Reading
5. Writing

To acquire these skills the course covers vividly the below given elements:

1. Context Topics: To ensure that effective communication is attained in relevant


domain/subject area.
2. Grammar Topics: To ascertain that the learner is well versed with the language
correctly.
3. Soft Skills Topics: To understand and develop positive life skills

CONTEXT TOPICS

1. Routine life subject areas like Home and surrounding, Food, Dressing, animals &
birds, Weather, Environment, Natural Disasters
2. Behaviour subjects like Greetings, Requests, Hobbies, Health & Hygiene, family,
relatives, neighbors
3. Places based subjects like City & Village life, farms, Garden, public places,
office/workplace,
4. Discussion topics like Travelling, news, jobs, nationalities, Education, Dreams,
Future Plans, Remembering Past, Current affairs
5. Event based topics like festivals, holidays, picnics, meetings, Television/ Films,
Social Media
6. Technology based topics like Computers, Science & Technology
SOFT SKILLS

1. Verbs - Auxiliary & Action with Prepositions & Nouns and Demonstrative
Determiners like This, That
2. Articles & Nouns (Countable- Plurals) , Conjunctions
3. Prepositions
4. Tenses
5. WH-Interrogative with WORDS that are Both Nouns & Verbs + mine, yours, his,
hers, ours, theirs
6. Proper Nouns & Possessives & Modal Verbs (Can, could), Nouns & Adjectives
Homophones
7. Gerunds+ Participles+ Infinitive With Phrasal Verbs
8. Types of Sentences - Positive to Negative & Question tags, Imperative &
Exclamatory, Assertive, Interrogative
9. Phrases with Antonyms & Synonyms
10. Direct - Indirect Speech , Subjunctive
11. Comparatives and Superlatives
12. Active-passive voice (Transitive-Intransitive Verbs)

GRAMMAR

1. Psychology of Success
2. Self-Awareness
3. Goals and Obstacles
4. Self Esteem
5. Positive Thinking
6. Self-Discipline
7. Self-Motivation
8. Managing Your Resources
9. Communication and Relationships
LEARNING METHODOLOGY

Learning methodology for a learner comprises of the following actions:

Going through eLearning sessions.


Solving activities, interactivities and exercises in content.
Solving assignments and creating Process folios.
Read the chapters from the book.
Solve activities at the end of each chapter and follow the action agenda in real
life.
Discuss difficulties with learning facilitator and with peers.
Interact with peers and practice communication skills in English. i.e. converse in
English, complete suggested group activities.