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Chapter 1 : Week 1st

In the first week, participants will get an opportunity to interact with one another in oral and written forms. This will serve to introduce and help them develop conversations through suggesting simple words and phrases that describe people, preferences, and other conversation topics in a logical sequence.

Each lecture will be for one hour.

Topics/themes include:

  • Making effective self and peer introductions
  • First-person and second-person pronouns
  • Simple Present and Present Continuous Tense
  • Use of modals can, could, would, and will
  • Use of wh- questions for interviewing
  • Using correct language structures and appropriate adjectives
  • Activities: reading, listening, speaking, and writing-based

Chapter 2 : Week 2nd

Topics covered in the second week will focus on the participants’ social interaction in English to expand their interpersonal skills. Through class activities, they will actively converse in various formal and informal contexts and respond to speakers in oral and written contexts.

Each lecture will be for one hour.

Topics/themes include:

  • Use informal and formal social expressions appropriately in English
  • Present tense and past tense, simple and progressive aspects
  • Prepositions and sentence structure
  • Pronunciation: Improving fluency and pronunciation through a focus on word stress in sentences
  • Prepositions and sentence structure
  • Activities: reading, listening, speaking, and writing-based

Chapter 3 : Week 3rd

In this week, participants will work on sentence structure with a focus on interchanging the different forms of verb tense. The emphasis will be on pronunciation and vocabulary building through interactive exercises and oral assessments.

Each lecture will be for one hour.

Topics/themes include:

  • Continuation of the present, past tense and introducing forms and uses of the future tense
  • Vocabulary related to transitions
  • Clarity of sentence structure
  • Giving and following instructions through dialogues
  • Activities: reading, listening, speaking, and writing-based

Chapter 4 : Week 4

This week will focus on strengthening existing knowledge and integrating listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Specific attention will be given to accurate use of structures, improvement of pronunciation, and development of active vocabulary through an overview of the descriptive, narrative, and instructional texts.

Each lecture will be for one hour.

Topics/themes include:

  • Present perfect tense and parts of speech
  • Making auxiliaries and phone calls
  • Improving fluency and pronunciation
  • Wordplay and logical sequence
  • Activities: reading, listening, speaking, and writing-based

Chapter 5 : Week 5

Participants will be introduced to narrative texts this week to help them understand that a text consists of various levels of meaning. They will explore reading materials that are of interest to such as stories, reports, autobiographies, interviews, and many other writing formats to get a sense of various forms of writing.

Each lecture will be for one hour.

Topics/themes include:

  • Use of relevant vocabulary and adjective clauses
  • Comprehension and vocabulary exercises
  • The descriptive and narrative style of reporting
  • Listening comprehension and visual comprehension
  • Task-based summaries
  • Activities: reading, listening, speaking, and writing-based

Chapter 6 : Week 6

In the last week, participants will learn which elements of grammar are needed to create meaningful texts and how sentences become complete in themselves. They will engage in different writing strategies to make meaning out of different texts.

Each lecture will be for one hour:

Topics/themes include:

  • Writing a report, news story, and/or converting dialogue into a report
  • Converting a graph or picture into a short report or story
  • Punctuation and structure
  • Sentences, sentence fragments, and run-on sentences
  • Subject-predicate and pronoun-reference agreement

Attofa Rukhsar

Instructor

Ambitious, Creative, Practical, Researcher, Biologist, Teacher, and Content Writer and digital creator, English language Mentor. Atoofa Rukhsar was born and raised in Lahore. She is a postgraduate from Lahore University Management Science (LUMS) is the most prestigious institute in Pakistan and holds a worldwide ranking. She has years of experience in teaching from Undergraduate to graduate students at reputable universities of Pakistan i.e. Punjab University, Forman Christian College University (FCCU). She has excelled in multidisciplinary fields with her versatile and dynamic communication skills whether it was spoken English, Content writing, researching, and creating content for Social media pages, marketing, and promoting business tactics. She has a keen interest in English literature and norms. She believes teaching is an art because you are not only exploring the world through books and literary studies but also giving the preview of experience and knowledge in your own exquisite way. Integrity and authenticity are important to her and she does what she can to continue to improve and be the best she can be at whatever she does. She believes it’s important to continue to grow and learn. She’s always looking for opportunities, like webinars, seminars, and classes, that can help her learn and grow at work and in everyday life. She also believes that we all have different communication styles, and we need to learn how others communicate for us to effectively work together and meet each other in the middle. We all see things through our own perspectives, and we should try to understand what that perspective is for others so we can communicate well.

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