Online English Olympiad Class Syllabus for Grade 5
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- Subject- Verb Agreement- develop higher level of proficiency in the use of subject verb agreement.
- Identify nouns – with abstract nouns
- Identify common and proper nouns
- Form plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o and y
- Form and use plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o and y
- Identify plurals, singular possessives, and plural possessives
- Form the singular or plural possessive
- Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns
Providing examples of grammar in context to make children understand various aspects of grammar e.g. (basic examples of possessive pronouns – can’t, won’t etc.).
- 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""
- Compound subjects and objects with personal pronouns
- Use possessive pronouns
- Choose between personal and reflexive pronouns
- Use reflexive pronouns
- Identify relative pronouns
- Use relative pronouns: who and whom
- Use relative pronouns: who, whom, whose, which and that
Verbs and Phrasal Verbs
- Verb and Object
- Direct and Indirect Object
- Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
- Phrasal Verbs
- Introduce and reinforce the use of irregular verbs in their simple and continuous tense. (break, broke, broken – eat, ate, eaten);
- Creating opportunities for use of idioms, phrases, and vocabulary in context e.g. use of phrases: look: look down, look up, look down upon, look into etc.
- Identify main verbs and helping verbs
- What does the modal verb show?
- Use the correct modal verb
- Use the correct subject or verb
- Use the correct subject or verb – with compound subjects
- Is the sentence in the past, present or future tense?
- Form and use the regular past tense
- Form and use the irregular past tense
- Form and use the simple past, present and future tense
- Correct inappropriate shifts in verb tense
- Use and form the progressive verb tenses
- Choose between the past tense and past participle
- Use and form the perfect verb tenses
- Adverbs and adverbial phrases
- Use of ‘firstly’, ‘then’, ‘later’, ‘finally’, etc. to link sentences to indicate the passage of time and provide a sense of closure.
- understand and use adverbs and their kinds
- Use relative adverbs
- Choose between adjectives and adverbs
- Is the word an adjective or adverb?
- Use adjectives to compare
- Spell adjectives that compare
- Use adjectives with more and most
- Use adverbs to compare
- Adjective and their order(if more than one adjective is used for a noun)
- Adjectival Phrases
- Recapitulation of adjective phrases
- Recapitulation of prepositional phrases
- Connectors (yet, still, as, when etc.)
- coordinating conjunctions are and, but, yet, or, and so
- subordinating conjunctions are after, before, as, while, until, because, since, unless, although, and if.
Tenses- Perfect, Past - Simple, Continuous, and Perfect
- Recapitulation of Tenses (Tenses-Simple, Continuous, Perfect-Present, Past, Future; Explore the past, present, and future tenses of verbs.)
- Active and Passive Voice
- Commas with direct addresses, introductory words and interjections
- Commas with compound and complex sentences
- Correct capitalisation errors
- Capitalising titles
- Formatting titles
- Formatting and capitalising titles
- Prefixes (uni, bi, tri, semi, multi, sub, trans, fore, inter)
- Suffixes (ness, ly, ous, ful, less, tion, sion)
- Different spelling rules apply for suffixes which begin with vowels and those that begin with consonants
Passive and Reported Speech
- Difference between direct and reported speech
- Recapitulation of parts of speech
- Recapitulation of Direct and Indirect Speech
Integrated Grammar Exercise
- Recapitulation of types of sentence and its kinds
- Transformation of sentences
- Similes and Metaphors
- Homophones Homonyms and Homographs
- Forming Antonyms using prefixes(dis, in, im, il, ir, un)
- Introduction to Modals (must, must not, should, should not, ought to, ought not to)
Short Composition (Notices and Messages)
- Organise and structure meaningful sentences in a sequential manner
Composition Based on Visual Stimulus and Letter
- Inferring Information (from a given statement)-analytical skills
- Letter Writing – Formal and Informal
Comprehension (Prose and Poetry)
Spoken and Written Expression
- Use paragraphs to organise and sequence ideas
- First person narrative( based on an unforgettable experience)
- Story writing: Write in your own words version of any legends or fables, using punctuation, simple to complex sentences, use words and phrases to express feelings and proper use of pronouns.
- write at least two paragraphs of about 150 words at a more advanced level on any given topic
- write narratives that recount a well-elaborated event or short sequence of events; include details to describe actions, thoughts, and feelings