The purpose of teaching English in Grade-4 is to promote international language development in the child, thus, aiding to one’s listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills and making the learner more receptive, acceptable, expressive, and creative.
- The learner uses English as a language to navigate through everyday routine.
- The learner develops receptive and expressive skills.
- The learner uses language to enhance and explore one’s knowledge.
- The learner forms one’s perspective and opinions.
- The learner uses language as a tool for personality development.
- The learner attempts to analyze unfamiliar words using root words, prefixes, suffixes, and context clues.
- The learner identifies various styles and formats of the language.
- The learner applies basic figures of speeches discreetly.
- The learner uses listening and comprehension skills to form an opinion.
- 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:
- Successfully comprehend the meaning of new words;
- Write exercises such as informal letter writing and short-story writing;
- Recite dialogs and poems influentially.
Confidence - The learner is able to:
- Participate in various activities and discussions;
- Conduct discussions among one’s social group;
- Form and follow social etiquettes.
Clarity - The learner is able to:
- Study and analyze different writing styles;
- Develop inquisitiveness and interests to learn further;
- Perform commutative and collaborative skills.
Compassion - The learner is able to:
- Use language as a tool to develop and analyze self-image;
- Understand and appreciate the language as a medium to share, provide, give, and receive;
- Sympathize and empathize towards various sections of the society.