Course Description: Master Beginner English for Grade 1

The Master Beginner English course for Grade 1 is designed to provide young learners with a solid foundation in English language skills. Through interactive lessons, engaging activities, and practical exercises, students will develop their abilities to communicate effectively and confidently in English. This course focuses on key learning outcomes, ensuring that students achieve the following objectives:

1. Identify letters and say the alphabet: Students will learn to recognize and name each letter of the English alphabet accurately.

2. Recognize vowels and consonants: Students will distinguish between vowels and consonants, enabling them to understand the fundamental building blocks of words.

3. Compare capital and lowercase letters: Students will understand the difference between capital (uppercase) and lowercase letters and their respective usage.

4. Identify common and proper nouns: Students will learn to differentiate between common nouns (e.g., cat, dog) and proper nouns (e.g., John, London).

5. Classify job words: Students will explore vocabulary related to various occupations and learn to classify job-related words.

6. Recall the articles "a" and "an": Students will understand the usage of indefinite articles and apply them correctly in sentences.

7. Recognize singular and plural nouns: Students will grasp the concept of singular and plural forms of nouns and identify their usage.

8. Identify subject pronouns: Students will become familiar with subject pronouns (e.g., I, you, he, she) and understand their role in sentence construction.

9. Explain the verb "be" in affirmative, negative, and interrogative forms: Students will learn to use the verb "be" correctly in affirmative, negative, and interrogative sentences.

10. Discuss common greetings: Students will practice common greetings and learn to initiate and respond to greetings appropriately.

11. Identify feelings: Students will develop vocabulary related to emotions and learn to express and identify different feelings.

12. Outline a short conversation: Students will be able to structure a simple conversation by outlining the key elements, such as greetings, introductions, and exchanging basic information.

Throughout the course, interactive activities, games, and multimedia resources will be used to engage students and reinforce their understanding of the learning outcomes. By the end of the course, students will have gained essential language skills, laying a strong foundation for their English language journey.

The chapter "Ice Cream Man" depicts the arrival of a cheerful vendor with his small cart, offering various delightful flavors of ice cream during the summer season. The mere sight of the Ice Cream Man brings immense joy to children.

Learning Objective: 

  • Understand the concept of an Ice Cream Man and his role in selling ice cream during the summer season.
  • Explore the different flavors of ice cream available and how they bring joy to children.
  • Identify the emotions and feelings associated with the arrival of the Ice Cream Man and the anticipation of enjoying ice cream.
  • To read and take pleasure in the poem.for its rhyming words.
  • Appreciate language; listen to the music of the poem, the stress, pause and intonation.
  • Widen listening and speaking skills all the way through reading and repetition.
  • Give opportunity to children to articulate themselves in various ways like role-play.
  • To facilitate language learning through objects familiar to the children.

  • Learning Outcomes

  • After this module you will be able to:
    • Identify letters and say the alphabet
    • Recognize vowels and consonants
    • Compare capital and lowercase letters  
    • Identify common and proper nouns
    • Classify job words
    • Recall the articles a/an
    • Recognize singular and plural nounsIdentify subject pronouns
    • Explain the verb "be" in the affirmative (+), negative (-) and as a question (?)
    • Discuss common greetings
    • Identify feelings
    • Outline a short conversation