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In Primary One your kid has to learn the following proficiency: Read (with articulatory and auditory phonetics) and write all 26 alphabets in capital and small letters. Know how to read and spell simple words (vocabulary) Know how to construct simple English sentences (grammar).
In year 2, children will learn English skills that range from reading common exception words and recognizing suffixes, to spelling homophones and writing simple narrative stories. Spending some time practicing the English skills that your child learns in school can help to boost their confidence.
Primary 3 English allows your child to learn question types, examination techniques, and skills related to answer precision. I use a range of themes and topics to engage your child and encourage them to develop an interest in real-world affairs.
The objective in Primary 4 is to be able – To have an exchange communicative in a linear and relevant way; intervene in the conversations and in discussions asking the word and waiting for the own turn, to support the own point of view, in respect for that of others. -Listen and understand lyrics oral […]
I will help your kids to write clear and coherent texts, respecting the spelling rules e syntactic, planning the ideas in schemes to communicate in a clear way. Summarize a text with the main information identified, and learn his oral exposition.
As a tutor, I have to take in mind that: friendships are extremely important in the teenage years. so social media and technology pop culture. building bridges towards the future think about their goals.
Secondary English Education students complete general education requirements and substantial study in English in the areas of writing, language, and literature. I will help to cater career driven, resilient, excellent time managers who are able to work well under pressure – collaboratively or autonomously, as the situation requires.
Tutoring can help strengthen subject comprehension, boost confidence, and build important learning skills. Tutoring gives students individualized attention that they don’t get in a crowded classroom.