Level-1; (Grade 1-3); Age: 6-8
- Letter and phonic recognition
- Responds to the listener
- Produce new words
- Interact with peers as well as the instructors
- Level 1 should be able to identify and differentiate between the letters and phonics.
- Level 1 should be able to understand and respond to the listener.
- Level 1 should be able to write alphabets and small words.
- Level 1 should be able to identify speaker’s purpose and tone
Level-2; (Grade 4,5); Age: 9-11
- Infer meaning of unfamiliar words.
- Sentence formation.
- Identify and distinguish main ideas.
- Communicate in proper
- Level 2 should be able to make use of contextual clues to infer meaning of unfamiliar words from context.
- Level 2 should be able to implement communication strategies.
- Level 2 should be able to produce appropriate vocabulary and correct word and sentence forms.
- Level 2 should be able to identify and distinguish main ideas
Level-3; (Grade 6-8); Age: 11+
- Effective oral presentation
- Write well organized academic essays
- Read story books and summarize effectively
- Effective response to the speaker
- Level 3 should be able to develop reading speed and should be able to summarize information in a text.
- Level 3 should be able to use grammatical structure properly and deliver an effective oral presentation.
- Level 3 should be able to produce coherent and well organized academic essays.
- Level 3 should be able to discuss and respond to the content of a lecture.