English Language C.S.E.C.

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Course Outline

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

•             Section 01: Word Choice

•             Synonyms and Antonyms

•             Antonyms formed by Prefixes

•             Sentence Completion

•             Denotative and Connotative Languages

•             Capital Letters and end marks

•             Section 02: Punctuation

•             Commas

•             Apostrophe

•             Colon and Semi-colon

•             Brackets, dash, ellipses, hyphen

•             Section 03: Verbs

•             Types of Verbs

•             Verb Tenses

•             Subject and Verb Agreement 1& 2

•             Section 04: Pronoun Antecedent Agreement

•             Pronoun Antecedent Agreement

•             Section 05: Construction Shift

•             Construction Shift

•             Section 06: Equivalent Sentences

•             Equivalent Sentences

•             Section 07: Spelling vc

•             Spelling

•             Section 08: Types of Discourse vc

•             Types of Discourse

•             Section 09: General Introduction to Reading Comprehension

•             General Introduction to Reading Comprehension

•             Section 10: Understanding Informative Reading Comprehension

•             Facts and Opinions I

•             Objective and Subjective tones

•             Using titles, illustrations, introductions and topic sentences

•             Main and Subordinate Ideas I

•             Main and Subordinate Ideas II

•             Section 11: Expository Writing

•             Expository Techniques I

•             Expository Techniques II

•             Section 12: Understanding Literary Forms and Structure

•             Prose

•             Poetry

•             Drama

•             Section 13: Understanding Literary Elements vc

•             Purpose of the writer and the narrator/speaker

•             Recognizing themes

•             Tone and Mood

•             Register (Informal and formal language)

•             Writer’s style

•             Section 14: Literary Devices

•             Literary Devices

•             Section 15: Understanding Persuasive Reading Comprehension

•             Facts and Opinions II

•             Diction: Bias and Stereotyping

•             Section 16: Persuasive Techniques vc

•             Persuasive Techniques

•             Section 17: Advertisements

•             Advertisements

•             Section 18: General Introduction to Written Discourse vc

•             General Introduction to Writing Discourse

•             The Writing Process: Paragraphing

•             The Writing Process: Parts of an Essay

•             Section 19: Letter Writing vc

•             Letter Writing

•             Section 20: Expository Writing

•             Summary Writing

•             Statistical Report Writing

•             Section 21: Literary Writing

•             Short Story Writing

•             The Descriptive Essay

•             Section 22: Persuasive Writing vc

•             Persuasive Writing

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What Will You Learn?

  • Students who do the English course will explore receptively and expressively three major literary modes, Drama, Poetry, and Prose Fiction, in order to become aware of the many functions and purposes of language. In doing so, they will discover that the four facets of language arts, namely, listening, speaking, reading and writing, are closely linked together and are interdependent.

Course Content

Sentence Completion

  • • Sentence Completion

Denotative and Connotative Languages

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