Online English Olympiad Class Syllabus for Grade 3
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Chapter 1 -- Assorts
Word Power & Jumbled Words and Sentence Creation: Homophones, Collocations, Spellings, Words related to animals, household things, clothes, basic emotions, food, animals, pets, etc.
- Words that sound alike but have different meaning
- Compound words
- Vocabulary development/ Vocabulary in context appropriate to the age level e.g. prefixes and suffixes.
- Alphabetical order with words beginning with the same letter/ Sequencing through an alphabetical order (first two letters of the words)
Chapter 2 -- Synonyms and Antonyms
- Antonyms and Synonyms
- Choose the synonym
- Which sentence has the same meaning?
- Find synonyms in context
- Choose the antonym
- Which sentence uses an antonym?
- Find antonyms in context
Chapter 3 -- Gender and Relations
Proverbs and Phrase Pairs
Chapter 5 -- Singular-Plural and One Word Substitution
- Regular and irregular and plural nouns
Chapter 6 -- Nouns and Pronouns
- common, proper, collective nouns
- Use of is, am, are, was, were
- Subject and predicate
- Singular possession
- Difference between plurals and possessives
- Which word is a noun?
- Identify nouns
- Identify nouns – with abstract nouns
- Identify common and proper nouns
- Form regular plurals with -s, -es and -ies
- Use regular plurals with -s, -es and -ies
- Is the noun singular or plural?
- Form and use irregular plurals
- Identify plurals, singular possessives and plural possessives
- Form the singular or plural possessive
- Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns
- Identify personal pronouns
- Choose between subject and object personal pronouns
- Replace the noun with a personal pronoun
- Compound subjects and objects with ""I"" and ""me""
- Identify possessive pronouns
- Use possessive pronouns
- Choose between personal and reflexive pronouns
- Use reflexive pronouns
Chapter 7 -- Verbs and adverbs
- Introduction to the concept of auxiliary verbs; Creative writing based on the correct usage of three forms of the verb
- Main verbs - base, past and past participle form
- Introduction of Adverbs- words that add more to a verb, adjective, another adverb
- Use action verbs
- Identify action verbs
- Identify main verbs and helping verbs
- Is the subject singular or plural?
- Use the correct subject or verb
- Pronoun-verb agreement
- Which sentence is in the regular past tense?
- Identify verbs in the regular past tense
- Form and use the regular past tense
- Identify the irregular past tense I
- Identify the irregular past tense II
- Form and use the irregular past tense
- To be: use the correct form
- To have: use the correct form
- Is the sentence in the past, present or future tense?
- Change the sentence to future tense
Chapter 8 -- Adjectives
- Adjectives- quality, quantity (number), shape, color
- Degrees of adjectives
- Does the adjective tell you what kind or how many?
- Identify the adjective that describes the noun
- Identify adjectives
- Does the adverb tell you how, when or where?
- Identify adverbs
- Choose between adjectives and adverbs
- Is the word an adjective or adverb?
- Use adjectives to compare
- Spell adjectives that compare
- Use adverbs to compare
Chapter 9 -- Articles and Prepositions
- Articles (a and an, the)/ Definite and indefinite articles and their appropriate use.
- Prepositions- place, time, direction
Chapter 10 -- Simple Tenses - Present and Past
- Indirect and direct speech
- Simple tenses (past, present, future)
Chapter 11 -- Conjunctions and Punctuations
- Punctuation (capital letters, full stop, comma, question mark)
- Recapitulation of punctuation (capital letters, full stop, comma, question mark) and inclusion of sign of exclamation
- Conjunctions - and, but, as, because, if, so, though, although
- Use of linking words (e.g. ‘because’, ‘and’, ‘also’ etc.)
- Commas with direct addresses and after introductory words
- Capitalising the names of people and pets and titles of respect
- Capitalising days, months and holidays
- Capitalising the names of places and geographic features
- Greetings and closings of letters
- Capitalising titles
- Formatting titles
- Formatting and capitalising titles
Chapter 12 -- Questions and Question Tags
Chapter 13 -- Comprehension (Stories and Poetry): Search for and retrieve information from various text types like stories, Anecdotes, etc.
- Comprehension Passage
- Developing a given outline into a story.
Chapter 14 -- Understand information through pictures, Time-table format, etc.
Chapter 15 -- Spoken and Written Expressions: Acquire broad understanding of and look for specific information in short texts like messages, Invitations, etc.
- Letter writing: understand and use the format of informal letters.
- Write a simple letter (to a parent, friend, relative etc.
- Creative Writing: dialogues
- Paragraph writing of approximately 100 words with one central idea that introduces a topic
Chapter 16 -- Spoken and Written Expression: Ability to understand situation-based variations in functions like apology, greeting, introduction, request, etc.