Spoken English Classes
Admission Open 2022-23
Spoken English Classes in Dwarka at ASPIRATIONS Institute
We at ASPIRATIONS Institute, work towards strengthening the Written and Spoken English of our students. The complete Spoken English course is designed in such a way that first the basics are strengthened and then comminucation is improved.
Our English Course is designed to make this course very interesting & engaging.
Spoken English: We make it very interesting and Engaging. In Spoken English we cover activites like Debates, Speech, Conversation Skills, etc
Creative Writing (Letter, Paragraph, Story Writing, Picture Composition)
Grammar (Tenses, Verb, Active Passive, Direct, Indirect, Clauses, etc)
Join us now to enrich to improve your personality & Confidence level by joining our English classes.
Class Schedule: The English course classes will be conducted on Tue, Thu, Sat from 6:15 pm to 7:15 pm.
This is a 6 month long course.
ENGLISH at ASPIRATIONS Institute
Syllabus of English course at Aspirations Institute
|Reading Comprehension||Literary devices such as imagery, simile, metaphor, etc.|
|Analyzing characters, plot, and themes in literary texts|
|Introduction to different types of passages and their structures|
|Skimming and scanning techniques|
|Identifying main ideas, supporting details, and author’s purpose|
|Writing Skills||Developing writing skills such as organization, coherence, and cohesion|
|Writing for different purposes and audiences|
|Research skills and citation styles|
|Introduction to different types of writing (e.g. narrative, descriptive, persuasive, etc.)|
|Writing process (prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing)|
|Grammar and punctuation rules|
|Grammar||Advanced grammar concepts such as reported speech, conditionals, and subjunctive mood|
|Parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, etc.)|
|Tenses (simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous)|
|Sentence structure and formation|
|Vocabulary Building||Introduction to different types of vocabulary (e.g. synonyms, antonyms, homophones, etc.)|
|Learning strategies to expand vocabulary|
|Contextual vocabulary learning|
|Root words and prefixes/suffixes|
|Speaking and Listening Skills||Introduction to different types of speech (e.g. informative, persuasive, demonstrative, etc.)|
|Developing effective listening skills|
|Speaking techniques such as tone, pitch, and body language|
|Advanced speaking techniques such as rhetoric and persuasion|
|Listening and speaking strategies for different contexts (e.g. interviews, debates, presentations, etc.)|
Best English Course for School Children
Do you know English is the official Language of 55 sovereign states and 27 non-sovereign entities.
Around 379 million people speak English Language.
English is also called the Language of Air – the standardized language of air travel. All aviation personnel of all airlines of the world must know and proficient in English speaking and understanding.
English is very Interesting also
The Quick Brown Fox Jumps over the Lazy Dog.
Above sentence has all the letters of English Language (a to z) in this one sentence. These type of sentences are called PANGRAM
Do you Know what is the longest word in English?
It is a word that refers to a lung disease contracted from the inhalation of very fine silica particles, specifically from a volcano; medically, it is the same as silicosis.
Do you Know what is the PALINDROME?
A palindrome is a word or phrase that’s spelled the same whether you read left-to-right (like normal) or right-to-left.
example: civic, radar, level.
Was it a cat I saw?
Do you Know what is the AMBIGRAM?
An ambigram is a word that looks the same upside down as right-side up. Put a mirror on top / bottom you will find the same word.