English Studies For Primary 6
About This Course
English Studies for Primary Schools is a six-course series strictly based on the new NERDC Basic Education curriculum for primary English studies for Lower Basic and Middle Basic.
The books, written in lessons, as specified in the new curriculum, contain various examples and illustrations which are widely distributed to assist the pupil’s understanding of concepts being learnt. The activities introduced at the end of each lesson will help in sharpening the pupil’s understanding of what is being taught and also assist teachers in their assessment of pupil’s achievement.
What Will I Learn From This Course?
- Learn about pronunciation, stress, and intonation practice
- Learn about Asking Questions Using The Register of Sports.
- Learn about Speechwriting.
- Learn about Expressing Wishes and Appreciation.
- Learn Changing Direct Speech To Reported Speech.
- A desktop computer or laptop. or
- A tablet or a mobile phone.
- Internet connection.
- Be a registered user of our website.
- Lectures 54
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 3
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
- Pronunciation, Stress and Intonation Practice
- Report Making
- Further Practice on Report Making
- Intensive Reading
- Intonation Practice
- Dialogue and Conservatiion
- Asking Questions Using The Register of Sports
- Reporting Questions Using The Register of Sports
- Reporting: Types of Essay
- Making Speeches in Formal Occasions
- Word Formation: Nouns From Adjectives
- News Reading
- Introductory Paragraphs
- More on Verbs and Prepositions
- Extensive Reading
- Concluding Paragraph
- English JSS 3 Quiz
- Pronunciation: Phrases With Two Explosives
- Simple Passages of Dialogue and Composition
- Guide To Good Essay Writing
- Intonation Practice: Using Different Intonations To Suggest Different Meaning
- Word Formation
- Relationship Between Style, Purpose and Audience
- Pronunciation Practice: Compound Words With Only One Stress
- Words and Opposite
- Expository Essay: Mode of Drug Use and Consequences
- Expressing Wishes and Appreciation
- Technical Writing
- Formation of Adverbs
- Pronunciacion Practice With Compound Nouns
- Idiomatic Expressions
- Recording Observations
- Similes and Metaphors
- Changing Direct Speech To Reported Speech
- Dialogues and Discussions
- Informal Letters
- Making Verbal Reports and Statements
- Comparism of Adverbs
- Writing: Telegrams or E-mails
- Giving Formal Speeches
- Gerunds and Infinitives as Subject/Complements in Sentences
- Reading A Poem
- Biography Writing
- Talkinig at Interviews
- Main Clause With Modals
- Difference Between Pair of Sentences
- Validictory Speeches