Course Information

This course focuses on developing a strong foundation in English grammar skills.

Course Description

The course will be tailored to suit the proficiency level of participating students, determined through a comprehensive language placement test. The main objective of the course is to cultivate a solid understanding and mastery of English grammar skills.

Course Objectives

  • To enhance students' understanding and application of English grammar rules.
  • To improve students' ability to communicate effectively and accurately in written and spoken English.
  • To develop students' confidence in using grammatical structures in various contexts.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to English Grammar: Parts of speech, sentence structure, and basic grammar rules.
  • Noun and Pronoun Usage: Understanding and using nouns and pronouns correctly.
  • Verb Tenses and Forms: Mastery of verb tenses, verb forms, and their appropriate usage.
  • Adjectives and Adverbs: Exploring the usage and placement of adjectives and adverbs in English sentences.
  • Sentence Structure: Enhancing skills in sentence construction, including subject-verb agreement, sentence types, and punctuation.
  • Advanced Grammar Topics: Delving into complex grammar concepts, such as clauses, conjunctions, prepositions, and more.

Student Acquisitions

Upon completion of the English Grammar course, students will:

  • Demonstrate a solid understanding of English grammar rules and concepts.
  • Apply grammatical structures accurately and appropriately in both written and spoken English.
  • Develop the ability to analyze and correct common grammatical errors.
  • Improve overall communication skills and language fluency.

Learning Methodologies

Throughout the course, students will engage in various learning methodologies to enhance their understanding and application of English grammar. These include:

  • Integrated Approach: Connecting grammar lessons to real-life language usage for practical application.
  • Collaborative Learning: Collaborating with peers to practice grammar skills and provide constructive feedback.
  • Task-based Learning: Completing meaningful language tasks that require the application of grammar knowledge.
  • Differentiated Instruction: Adapting teaching methods to cater to individual learning needs and styles.
  • Technology Integration: Utilizing digital tools and resources to support grammar learning and practice.