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Vital Grammar for Written and Spoken Communication

Reading

Tenses

Punctuation

Parts of
Speech

Prathom 1
and 2

Prathom 3
and 4

Prathom 5
and 6

Matayom 1
and 2

Matayom 3

Most
phonetically
decodable words
and frequent use
words. (However,
to become a
proficient reader,
the child MUST
develop and
practice correct
phonologic
processing).
Past, present and
future as a place
in time.

More phonetically
decodable words
and frequent use
words.

Students should
be able to read a
variety of short
texts and be able
to interpret
information and
be able to connect
new information
with current
knowledge.

Students should
be able to read a
variety of texts
and be able to
demonstrate
reading
comprehension
through multiple
choice and other
questions.

Students should
be able to read
literary texts, and
demonstrate
reading
comprehension
through open
questions in order
to show a clear
understanding of
gist and detail.

Present Perfect
Present Perfect
Continuous

Past perfect and


past perfect
continuous tense

Conditional Tenses

Simple tense

To be in the
present, past and
future continuous
tense.

Interjections
Reflexive

Collective nouns
Possessive nouns

To be in the
present tense.
Full stops,
question marks
and basic
capitalisation
rules.
Nouns and
verbs, pronouns

Attempt some
non-decodable
words.
Beginning to
comprehend
simple stories.
To be in past and
future simple
tenses.

Quotation marks
and exclamation
marks.

Use of serial
commas and
inverted commas.

Give simple
definitions of

Adverbs and give


simple definitions

Vital Grammar for Written and Spoken Communication


and simple
prepositions of
place.

General
Grammar

Articles.
Regular plurals.
This/that/these/tho
se

Opposites

Writing

Vocabulary

nouns and verbs.


Possessive
pronouns and
prepositions of
place and time.
Coordinating
conjunctions.
Adjectives.
There is/There are
Determiners
(some, any much,
many etc.)

of adverbs and
adjectives.

Pronouns.

and adjectives.

Usage of present
and past
participles.
Used to.
The future / going
to.

Modal verbs
Noun phrases
Phrasal verbs
Prepositional
phrases

Active and Passive


voice.
Question tags
Collocation
Direct/Indirect
speech

Students should
be able to write
compositions of
100 -150 words
expressing
personal feelings
and opinions.
Informal notes and
letters.

Compositions
including
narratives
(stories),
discursive essays
(opinion and for
and against)
Articles
Speeches
Project work

Simple
subject/verb
agreement.
Question words.
Simple
sentences
containing
subject, object,
verb and final
punctuation.

Countable/uncount
able nouns

Simple sentences
including
compound
subjects, objects
and verb.

Short
compositions
containing
descriptions of
people, buildings
and objects.

Days, months,
colours, numbers
(thru 100)

Jobs and objects


related to different
professions,

Travel including
countries of the
world and

Irregular plurals

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common nouns
i.e. animals,
school items,
household items
and rooms in a
house,
Main holidays,
modes of
transport.
Parts of the body.

clothing items.
Places in town,
directions and
transport. Seasons
and weather.
Sports and related
objects.
Family and
relatives.
Sickness and
health.
Vacations.

associated words
related in context
to travelling.
Adverbs of
frequency.
Descriptive words
relating to people
places and
feelings.