REPORT OF SPOKEN ENGLISH CLASS

Jan/Feb-2007,

Dear Mr. Udayakumar,

We are fine. Hope the same from you. We send below the report for the months of January and February 2007.

INIYA UDAIYAM CHARITABLE TRUST

No. 2, Azhagiri Samy Street, Periyar Nagar,

Avadi, Chennai – 6000 71.

 

REPORT OF SPOKEN ENGLISH CLASS

 

 

I  Initial Assessment done before commencement of class  in December 2006.

 

Method: Speaking on a given topic

 

External: Mrs. Sujathaa Sekar

 

Comments:   Overall problem areas were sentence structure, lack of words and confidence.

 

Review of Assessment: Same day students given  inputs on how to speak. On paper, asked to add many words to the topic.

 

Asked to speak

 

Performance:    Improvement Immediate

 

II  Class –  January Month: 

 

     Inputs on grammar – Tenses and use of (personal) pronouns.

                 Verbs listed, parallel meanings given in Tamil.

                 Speaking in English on topics given        

 

    Class  – February Month:

                  

                   Sounds of  a e i o u  with words taught

                  Creative methods, paper cutting works, etc.

                 Speaking in English on topics given

                  Writing in English on any topic

 

 

III  Assessment at the end of  2 months:         

 

Students are from different levels of English knowledge. Some know a little English and are able to speak a little. But most are unable. Another level is a group which is unsure of English alphabets itself. Knowledge of names of fruits, vegetables, flowers itself not known. Till that  basic is taught and reinforced.

 

Action Plan:

 

  1. To start right from the beginning from A_Z for  one group – 3 students
  2. Continue with 2 letters, 3 letters 4 and 5 letters words for 2 classes. To be tested.
  3. Simultaneously continue with speaking exercise.

 

 

Thanking you,

 

For Iniya Udaiyam Charitable Trust

 

Gayathiri Ravindran,

Teacher

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