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 Spoken English

Spoken English

Spoken English

Module-I

Contents of the Dead Manís Pocket
The Trip
From In the Shadow of Man
Everyday Use: For Your Grand mama
MLKís Legacy: An Interview with Congressman John Lewis and A
Young Boyís Stand on a New Orleans Streetcar
The Storyteller
Typhoid Fever

Module-II

To Evacuation Order No. 19
Read: Islam in America and We Are Each Otherís Business
Through the Tunnel
The Possibility of Evil
The Seventh Man and the Man in the Water
R.M.S. Titanic, A Firemanís Story and From a Lifeboat
Following Technical Directions
Analyzing Workplace Documents

English Language Development (PGD)

Module-I

Communicates in faceto-face situations
Using sentences that are short and often incomplete
Interacts with classmates in carefully-structured activities
Reads familiar words and short sentences with teacher guidance
Responds in writing to highly-structured prompts, producing words and simple sentence
Produces sentences that are increasingly longer
Grammatical errors are very frequent and vocabulary is limited
Reads simple text with controlled language and vocabulary

Module-II

Writes connected sentences to produce short paragraphs
Uses writing frames and models to produce descriptions and short narrative
Communicates in a variety of situations, expressing a range of wants, needs, and intentions
Errors remain frequent but do not interfere with communication
Abstract vocabulary begins to appear
Reads increasingly longer narrative and information text selections
Begins to read simple text independently
Writes well-formed sentences and paragraphs to accomplish a growing range of academic tasks

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