The purpose of teaching the English language in Grade-3 is to facilitate the learners to be responsive and critical of their surroundings and thus, aiding their listening, speaking, reading, and speaking skills.
- The learner successfully identifies, spells, and pronounces 5-7 letter words.
- The learner expresses oneself with ease and be critical of one surroundings.
- The learner uses English as a primary-acquired language in everyday communication.
- The learner creates one’s own social space with peers.
- The learner uses language as a tool for personality development.
- The learner gains the confidence to participate in various activities and discussions.
- The learner develops the skill of understanding basic emotional aspects of the language.
- The learner understands the concept of pronouns and adjectives with accuracy.
- The learner summarizes texts by identifying main elements of a story.
- The learner feels compassionate and respectful towards the language
- The learner develops mutual respect for peers.
- The learner begins to work with others to promote qualities such as team-work.
Communication - The learner is able to:
- Form simple sentences using a given group of words;
- Recognize various figures of speeches;
- Create a word web effectively.
Confidence - The learner is able to:
- Participate in various activities and discussions;
- Effectively emote one’s thoughts, ideas, and beliefs;
- Learn commutative and collaborative skills.
Clarity - The learner is able to:
- Express with a clear point of view;
- Develop language as a medium to communicate, comprehend, and acquire knowledge;
- Be intrinsically motivated to learn more.
Compassion - The learner is able to:
- Sympathize and empathize with others;
- Understand and appreciate the contribution of using language as a medium to share, provide, give and receive thoughts effectively;
- Use language to identify and appreciate through components of nature.