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Ordinary Syllabus; English Form 1
1. Listening To And Understanding Simple Texts About A Variety Of Events
And Situations Syllabus
i. Listening To and Understanding Simple Oral Texts on Events Syllabus
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ii.
Questions on Simple Oral Texts on Events Syllabus
Listening to and Understanding Simple Texts Syllabus
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iii.
Question on simple oral texts on a variety of situations Syllabus
Listening to Dictations Syllabus
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Write Down What is Read Syllabus
2. Giving Directions Syllabus
i. Stating Directions Syllabus
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Give and ask for directions Syllabus
Show four points of the compass Syllabus
3. Using A Dictionary Syllabus
i. Using a Dictionary Effectively Syllabus
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Use dictionaries effectively for obtaining meanings and spellings of words Syllabus
4. Expressing Personal And Group Routines/Habits Syllabus
i. Expressing Personal Routines/Habits Syllabus
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ii.
Talk about his/her home routine/habits Syllabus
Expressing Group Routines/Habits Syllabus
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Talk about class routine/habits Syllabus
5. Expressing Ongoing Activities Syllabus
i. Talking about Ongoing Activities Syllabus
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Talk about Activities being done by Oneself and other Creatures/Things Syllabus
6. Expressing Likes And Dislikes Syllabus
i. Expressing Likes/Dislikes Syllabus
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ii.
Express likes and dislikes Syllabus
Expressing Preferences Syllabus
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Talk about preferences Syllabus
7. Talking About One's Family Syllabus
i. Expressing Family Relations Syllabus
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ii.
Express kinship Syllabus
Talking about the Occupations of Family Members Syllabus
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iii.
Mention the occupation(s) of family members Syllabus
Talking about Ownership or Possession Syllabus
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iv.
Make statement about ownership Syllabus
Describing Physical Appearance Syllabus
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v.
Describe people's physical appearance Syllabus
Describing Character Syllabus
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Describe his/her character Syllabus
Describe people's character Syllabus
8. Expressing Opinions And Feelings Syllabus
i. Expressing Personal Opinions Syllabus
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ii.
Express his/her opinions Syllabus
Expressing State of Health Syllabus
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iii.
State his/her health, condition, state other people's health conditions Syllabus
Expressing Feelings Syllabus
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Express feelings Syllabus
9. Talking About Past Events/Activities Syllabus
i. Expressing Past Activities Syllabus
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ii.
Narrate his/her activities Syllabus
Taking About the Past Syllabus
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Narrate past events Syllabus
10.
Expressing Future Plans/Activities Syllabus
i. Talking about Future Plans/Activities Syllabus
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Express future plans Syllabus
11.
Reading A Variety Of Texts Syllabus
i. Intensive Reading Syllabus
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Respond to specific questions on a text read Syllabus
12.
Interpreting Literary Works Syllabus
i. Interpreting Simple Stories Syllabus
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ii.
Explain the message from simple stories read Syllabus
Interpreting Poems Syllabus
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Answer questions on a poem read Syllabus
13.
Analyzing Information From The Media Syllabus
i. Analyzing Information from the Media Syllabus
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ii.
Identify facts from media Syllabus
Analyzing Non-Factual Information from the Media Syllabus
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Identify non-factual information from media Syllabus
14.
Writing Personal Letters Syllabus
i. Writing Friendly Letters Syllabus
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Write personal letters Syllabus
15.
Taking Notes Syllabus
i. Writing Notes from Oral Texts Syllabus
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ii.
Write down important points from oral texts Syllabus
Writing Notes from Written Texts Syllabus
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Write down important points from written texts Syllabus
16.
Writing A Variety Of Texts Syllabus
i. Filling in Forms Syllabus
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ii.
Fill in the Varieties of forms Syllabus
Writing Things in a Diary Syllabus
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Write things/notes in a diary Syllabus
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Ordinary Syllabus; English Form 2
1. Listening To Various Simple Oral Texts Syllabus
i. Listening to and Understanding Various Simple Oral Texts on Various Issues
Syllabus
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Answer questions on simple oral texts Syllabus
Write down what is read Syllabus
2. Talking About Events Syllabus
i. Talking about Celebrations Syllabus
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ii.
Narrate what took place in a given celebration Syllabus
Talking about Accidents Syllabus
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iii.
Narrate what took place in an accident Syllabus
Talking about Elections Syllabus
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iv.
Narrate what took place in a given election Syllabus
Talking about Sports Syllabus
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v.
Narrate what took place during a sports event Syllabus
Talking about Visits Syllabus
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Narrate what took place in a visit he/she made Syllabus
3. Asking For Service Syllabus
i. Making Telephone Calls Syllabus
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ii.
Make telephone calls using appropriate language Syllabus
Talking about Reservations Syllabus
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iii.
Use appropriate expressions for reservations Syllabus
Talking about Shopping Syllabus
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Use appropriate expressions when Shopping Syllabus
4. Locating Places Syllabus
i. Locating Important Places Syllabus
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ii.
Express the location of important places Syllabus
Identifying Factual Information from the Media Syllabus
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iii.
Identify facts from the media Syllabus
Identifying Non-Factual Information from the Media Syllabus
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Identify non-factual information from the media Syllabus
5. Giving Descriptions Syllabus
i. Describing Things Syllabus
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Describe things in terms of their quality Syllabus
6. Talking About Cultural Activities Syllabus
i. Talking about Games Syllabus
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ii.
Explain how a game familiar to him/her is played Syllabus
Talking about Marriages Syllabus
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iii.
Describe marriage activities Syllabus
Talking about Funerals Syllabus
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Describe what takes place in funerals Syllabus
7. Expressing Opinions Syllabus
i. Expressing Point of View Syllabus
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Participate in a debate on familiar issues Syllabus
8. Reading For Comprehension Syllabus
i. Reading and Obtaining General Information Syllabus
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ii.
Answer general questions on text read Syllabus
Reading and Obtaining Specific Information Syllabus
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Answer on specific information on a text read Syllabus
9. Interpreting Literary Works Syllabus
i. Interpreting Simple Stories Syllabus
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ii.
Explain the message from simple stories read Syllabus
Interpreting Poems Syllabus
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Answer questions from a poem Syllabus
10.
Writing Cards And Messages Syllabus
i. Writing Cards Syllabus
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ii.
Write cards for various occasions and events Syllabus
Writing Messages Syllabus
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iii.
Write telephone messages from callers Syllabus
Writing Telephone Messages Syllabus
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iv.
Write messages on mobile phones Syllabus
Leaving a Written Note/Message Syllabus
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Write clear departure note/message Syllabus
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Ordinary Syllabus; English Form 3
1. Listening For Information From Different Sources Syllabus
i. Listening for Specific Information Syllabus
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ii.
Give specific information Syllabus
Respond appropriately to given instructions Syllabus
Reproduce in writing what is heard Syllabus
Listening for General Information Syllabus
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General opinion about a text he/she has heard Syllabus
Give a general summary theme/idea/meaning of a text heard Syllabus
2. Using Appropriate Language Content And Style In Speaking Syllabus
i. Participating in Debates, Dialogues, Interviews, Impromptu Speeches and
Discussions Syllabus
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Express Opinion/Ideas/View Orally Syllabus
Present Fact/Ideas Logically and Fluently Syllabus
3. Reading For Information From Difference Sources Syllabus
i. Reading Intensively for Comprehension Syllabus
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ii.
Respond to Specific Questions on a Text Read Syllabus
Identifying Themes Syllabus
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iii.
Identify theme Syllabus
Identifying Main Features of Different Genres Syllabus
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Identify main features of different genres Syllabus
4. Writing Using Appropriate Language Content And Style Syllabus
i. Writing Narrative Compositions/Essays (Not Less Than 200 Words) Syllabus
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ii.
Write an account of event that happened in the past Syllabus
Write imaginary events that happened in the past Syllabus
Writing Expository Compositions/Essays (Not Less Than 200 Word) Syllabus
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iii.
Write factual information on a topic/subject Syllabus
Writing Descriptive Compositions/Essays (Not Less Than 200) Syllabus
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iv.
Write vivid descriptions of people/places and events Syllabus
Writing Argumentative Compositions/Essays (Not Less Than 200 Words) Syllabus
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v.
Present contrasting views of a given topic Syllabus
Creative Writing Syllabus
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Write a literary work using literary devices and skills Syllabus
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5. Writing Formal Letters Syllabus
i. Writing Letters to the Editor Syllabus
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ii.
Write letters to the editor Syllabus
Writing Business Transaction Letters Syllabus
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Write business transaction letters Syllabus
6. Literature Analysis Syllabus
i. Form Analysis in Novel Syllabus
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ii.
Analyze the form in A wreath for Fr Mayer Syllabus
Analyze the form in Passed Like a Shadow Syllabus
Analyze the form in Unanswered Cries Syllabus
Content Analysis in Novel Syllabus
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iii.
Analyze content in A wreath for Fr Mayer Syllabus
Analyze content in Passed Like a Shadow Syllabus
Analyze content in Unanswered Cries Syllabus
Form Analysis in Play Syllabus
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iv.
Analyze the form in The Black Hermit Syllabus
Analyze the form in The Lion And The Jewel Syllabus
Analyze the Form in This Time Tomorrow Syllabus
Content Analysis in Play Syllabus
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v.
Analyze content in The Black Hermit Syllabus
Analyze content in The Lion And The Jewel Syllabus
Analyze content in This Time Tomorrow Syllabus
Poetry Analysis Syllabus
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Analyze the Form in Poetry Syllabus
Analyze Content in Poetry Syllabus
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Ordinary Syllabus; English Form 4
1. Expressing Oneself Syllabus
i. Expressing One's Feeling, Ideas, Opinion, View and Emotions Syllabus
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Express personal ideas, feelings, opinions, views and emotions on a variety of issues in
different contexts Syllabus
2. Listening For Information Syllabus
i. Listening to Instructions Syllabus
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ii.
Respond appropriately to instructions Syllabus
Giving Instructions Syllabus
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iii.
Give instructions Syllabus
Listening for Main Ideas and Taking Notes Syllabus
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iv.
Make summary notes Syllabus
Dictations Syllabus
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Write down correctly what is read Syllabus
3. Reading Literary Works Syllabus
i. Identifying and Analyzing Setting main Plot and Characters Syllabus
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ii.
Describe characters, setting and plot of literary works studied Syllabus
Identify Themes Syllabus
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iii.
Relate works studied with personal and national experiences Syllabus
Interpreting Poems Syllabus
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Interpret poems Syllabus
4. Speaking Using Appropriate Language Content And Style Syllabus
i. Starting Intervening and Closing a Conversation/Discussion Syllabus
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ii.
Use appropriate expressions for starting, intervening and closing a conversation/discussion
Syllabus
Negotiating Solutions to Problems Syllabus
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iii.
Use appropriate language to resolve a problem/conflict Syllabus
Seeking and Giving Advice Syllabus
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Give advice using appropriate language Syllabus
5. Writing Using Appropriate Language Content And Style Syllabus
i. Writing Narrative Compositions/Essays (Of Not Less Than 250 Words) Syllabus
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Write an account of event/that happened in the past Syllabus
Writing events in the past Syllabus
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ii.
Writing Expository Compositions/Essays Syllabus
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iii.
Write factual information on a topic/subject Syllabus
Writing Descriptive Composition/Essays Syllabus
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iv.
Write vivid descriptions of people/place/events Syllabus
Writing Argumentative Composition/Essay Syllabus
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v.
Present contrasting views of a given topic Syllabus
Creative Writing Syllabus
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vi.
Write a work of art using literary devices and skills Syllabus
Writing Speeches Syllabus
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vii.
Write a speech Syllabus
Deliver a speech Syllabus
Writing Curriculum Vitae (CV) Syllabus
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Write his/her own CV Syllabus
6. Writing Application Letters Syllabus
i. Writing Letters of Application for Jobs Syllabus
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Write letters of application for jobs Syllabus
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