Online English Olympiad Class Syllabus for Grade 6

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Syllabus

Chapter 1

Nouns

  • Subject-verb agreement with intervening phrases and clauses
  • 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

Chapter 2

Pronouns

  • Pronouns in the proper case, reflexive pronouns, pronoun number and person, pronoun -antecedent agreement to include indefinite pronouns
  • Identify pronouns and their antecedents
  • Use the pronoun that agrees with the antecedent
  • Choose between subject and object pronouns
  • Compound subjects and objects with "I" and "me"
  • Compound subjects and objects with pronouns
  • Use possessive pronouns
  • Choose between personal and reflexive pronouns
  • Use reflexive pronouns
  • Is the pronoun reflexive or intensive?
  • Identify relative pronouns
  • Use relative pronouns: who and whom
  • Use relative pronouns: who, whom, whose, which and that
  • Identify vague pronoun references
  • Identify all of the possible antecedents

Chapter 3

Verbs and Phrasal Verbs

  • Transitive and intransitive verbs
  • Recognition of correct and incorrect /inappropriate shifts in verb tense
  • Identify main verbs and helping verbs
  • Identify transitive and intransitive verbs
  • Identify linking verbs, predicate adjectives and predicate nouns
  • What does the modal verb show?
  • Use the correct modal verb
  • Use the correct subject or verb
  • Use the correct verb – with compound subjects
  • Irregular past tense: review
  • Simple past, present and future tense: review
  • Correct inappropriate shifts in verb tense
  • Use the progressive verb tenses
  • Form the progressive verb tenses
  • Choose between the past tense and past participle
  • Use the perfect verb tenses
  • Form the perfect verb tenses

Chapter 4

Adverbs

  • use of linkers such as ‘firstly’, ‘then’, ‘later’, ‘finally’, etc. to link sentences to indicate passage of
  • Position of adverbs
  • Choose between adjectives and adverbs
  • Is the word an adjective or adverb?
  • Identify adverbs
  • Use relative adverbs
  • Form and use comparative and superlative adverbs
  • Transitions with conjunctive adverbs

Chapter 5

Adjectives

  • Later, latter, last and latest worksheet
    Elder, eldest, older, oldest
    Commonly confused adjectives
    Some, any, little, few
  • sentences using appropriate comparative or superlative forms
  • Change the degrees of comparison without changing the meaning
  • Identify adjectives
  • Order adjectives
  • Choose between adjectives and adverbs
  • Is the word an adjective or adverb?
  • Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives
  • Good, better, best, bad, worse and worst
  • Well, better, best, badly, worse and worst

Chapter 6

Articles

  • Use of ‘a’, ‘an’, ‘the’
  • Omission of Article

Chapter 7

Prepositions

Placing of prepositions

Prepositions may be divided into three categories:

  1. Simple Prepositions - at, by, from, for, in, of, off, on, out, through, till, to, up, with
  2. Compound Prepositions - about, above, across, along, amidst, among, around, before, behind, below, beneath, beside, between, beyond, inside, outside, underneath within, without
  3. Phrasal Prepositions - These are group of words used in the force of single preposition, e.g. according to, along with, away from, because of, by means of, by way of, for the sake of, with regard to, in accordance with, in addition to, on behalf of, in favor of, in order to, in place of, in spite of, instead of, on account of, owing to, with reference to, etc.

So, prepositions are usually put before the words they control, they show relations of different kinds, the commonest being of space (position, direction etc.) time, and various mental attributes.

Chapter 8

Conjunctions

  • as, because, so, and, but, though, if, although, when, before, until, unless
  • Use coordinating conjunctions
  • Identify coordinating conjunctions
  • Identify subordinating conjunctions
  • Use the correct pair of correlative conjunctions
  • Fill in the missing correlative conjunction

Chapter 9

Tenses- Perfect, Past - Simple, Continuous, and Perfect

  • Tenses to convey various times, sequences, states, and conditions
  • Identifying the tense
  • Make sentences in the simple present tense
  • Make questions in the simple present tense
  • Simple past tense, Past perfect tense, Simple present tense
  • Present continuous tense, Present perfect tense, Present perfect continuous tense, Change into past continuous tense

Chapter 10

Punctuations

Punctuation, capitalization, and formatting

  • Commas with compound and complex sentences
  • Commas with direct addresses, introductory words, interjections and interrupters
  • Commas with coordinate adjectives
  • Commas with non-restrictive elements
  • Use dashes
  • Correct capitalisation errors
  • Capitalising titles
  • Formatting titles

Chapter 11

Jumbled words

Chapter 12

Passive and Reported Speech

  • Active voice and passive voice - Introduction
  • Voice - Simple Present Tense
  • Subject Verb Agreement in Active and Passive Voice
  • Direct and Indirect Speech - Introduction
  • Direct and Indirect Speech In types of sentences
  • Reporting Verbs
  • Introduction to Reported Speech
  • Indirect Speech-changes
  • Tense change in Indirect Speech

Chapter 13

Integrated Grammar Exercise

  • Organise and structure thoughts in writing
  • Organise and structure meaningful sentences in a sequential manner

Chapter 14

Short Composition (Notices and Messages)

Chapter 15

Composition Based on Visual Stimulus and Letter

  • Short compositions based on pictures

Chapter 16

Comprehension (Prose and Poetry)

Chapter 17

Spoken and Written Expression

  • Simple messages, invitations, short paragraphs, letters (formal and informal) applications

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