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General Objectives of Teaching English in the Secondary Stage

General Objectives of Teaching English in the Secondary Stage

By the end of the Secondary Stage and after acquiring the assigned structures and vocabulary assigned for this stage: students should be able to . . .

  1. begin to utilize a basic level of English which would form the foundation for the mastery of the English language in the future.
  2. learn and use English structures assigned for this stage.
  3. learn and use the assigned vocabulary for this stage to enable them to express themselves clearly in different life situations.
  4. listen to, understand, and communicate using English in a variety of topics.
  5. express themselves clearly and properly in English.
  6. read, enjoy and appreciate written English materials.
  7. write essays in English.
  8. develop an awareness of the importance of the English language as an international mean of communication in order to be able to introduce Islam, the Islamic nation’s culture and the cultural achievements of Muslims to other nations.
  9. develop an awareness of the importance of the English language as an international mean of communication in order to benefit from the achievements of other cultures in accordance to the precepts of Islam.

 

English Language Supervisor,

Amjaad MH.

General Objectives of Teaching English in the Intermediate Stage

General Objectives of Teaching English in the Intermediate Stage

By the end of the Intermediate Stage and after acquiring the assigned structures and vocabulary assigned for this stage: students should be able to . . .

  1. begin to utilize a basic level of English which would form the foundation for the mastery of the English language in the future.
  2. learn and use English structures assigned for this stage.
  3. learn and use the assigned vocabulary for this stage to enable them to express themselves clearly in different life situations.
  4. listen to and understand simple English.
  5. express themselves orally using proper English.
  6. read and understand written English materials.
  7. write a short paragraph in English.
  8. develop an awareness of the importance of the English language as an international mean of communication in order to be able to introduce Islam, the Islamic nation’s culture and the cultural achievements of Muslims to other nations.
  9. develop an awareness of the importance of the English language as an international mean of communication in order to benefit from the achievements of other cultures in accordance to the precepts of Islam.

English Language Supervisor,

Amjaad MH.

Objectives of Teaching Writing in the Elementary stage

Objectives of Teaching Writing in the Elementary stage

By the end of this stage and within the framework of the assigned structures and vocabulary: students should be able to . . .

  1. practice the system of spacing between letters and words.
  2. match capital letters with small letters.
  3. recognize (and correctly write and pronounce) the letter-sound relationship.
  4. recognize and apply the directionality of English writing.
  5. recognize and apply the position of letters in relation to the ruled lines.
  6. recognize and apply the formation of individual letters and numbers through coloring and tracing.
  7. copy letters, words, numbers and simple sentences assigned for this grade using cursive script.
  8. spell the assigned vocabulary correctly.
  9. write guided answers to written questions.
  10. do controlled writing exercises such as supplying missing letters or words.
  11. recognize and correctly use punctuation and capitalization assigned for this grade.
  12. show willingness to write words, numbers and simple sentences.

 

English Language Supervisor,

Amjaad MH.

Objectives of Teaching Reading in the Elementary stage

Objectives of Teaching Reading in the Elementary stage

By the end of this stage and within the framework of the assigned structures and vocabulary: students should be able to . . .

  1. recognize and produce the English alphabet.
  2. recognize and apply directionality in reading English alphabet and words.
  3. recognize the relationship between sounds and letters.
  4. distinguish and read words containing symbols of English alphabet such as (ch, th, ph).
  5. read correctly and understand simple words and short sentences and paragraphs.
  6. understand the meaning of the following English punctuation and capitalization: period, comma, colon, semicolon, questions mark, exclamation mark, slash, hyphen, an apostrophe.
  7. show willingness to read words, phrases and sentences.
  8. show willingness to read simplified illustrated (drawn / pictured) children short stories.

 

English Language Supervisor,

Amjaad MH.

Objectives of Teaching Listening & Speaking in the Elementary stage

Objectives of Teaching Listening & Speaking in the Elementary stage

By the end of the elementary stage and within the framework of the assigned structures and vocabulary for this stage: students should be able to . . .

  1. recognize and produce the English alphabet.
  2. understand and respond to simple verbal and physical requests.
  3. Participate in simple short activities such as greetings, receiving commands, conversations, role play, etc . . .
  4. ask and respond to simple interrogative sentences about people and things in general such as yes/no questions and WH questions.
  5. describe and participate in simple short events and activities taking place in continuous forms.
  6. distinguish and pronounce different sounds using different techniques.
  7. show willingness to take different parts in classroom activities such as songs, role plays, games, etc .
  8. show willingness to listen carefully to listen to short prepared recorded materials.

 

English Language Supervisor,

Amjaad MH.

General Objectives of Teaching English in the Elementary Stage

General Objectives of Teaching English to Elementary Stage Students

By the end of the Elementary Stage and within the assigned structures and vocabulary for this stage: students should be able to . . .

  1. learn the basics of the English language that would form the foundation for its mastery in the future.
  2. use the basic structures of English sentences.
  3. learn the core vocabulary assigned for this stage.
  4. listen to and understand simple English.
  5. express themselves orally using simple English.
  6. read and understand simple written English materials.
  7. write simple guided sentences in English.
  8. develop an awareness of the importance of the English language as an international mean of communication in order to be able to introduce Islam, the Islamic nation’s culture and the cultural achievements of Muslims to other nations.
  9. develop an awareness of the importance of the English language as an international mean of communication in order to benefit from the achievements of other cultures in accordance to the precepts of Islam.

 

English Language Supervisor,

Amjaad MH.

General Objectives of Teaching English in Saudi Arabia

General Objectives of Teaching English  in Saudi Arabia

Students should be able to . . .

  1. develop the students’ intellectual, personal and professional abilities.
  2. acquire a level of proficiency in language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) that enables them to communicate with speakers of English.
  3. acquire the linguistic competence necessarily required in various life situations.
  4. acquire the linguistic competence required in different professions.
  5. develop their awareness of the importance of English as a means of international communication.
  6. develop positive attitudes towards learning English.
  7. develop the linguistic competence that enables them to be aware of the cultural, economical, and social issues of their society in order to contribute in giving solutions.
  8. develop the linguistic competence that enables them, in the future, to present and explain Islamic concepts and issues, and participate in spreading Islam.
  9. develop the linguistic competence that enables them, in the future, to present the culture and civilization of their nation.
  10. benefit from English-speaking nations, in order to enhance the concept of international cooperation that develop understanding and respect of cultural differences among nations.
  11. acquire the linguistic bases that enable them to participate in transferring scientific and technological advances of other nations to their nation.
  12. acquire the linguistic bases that enable them to present and explain Islamic concepts and issues, and participate in different Islamic programs.

 

English Language Supervisor,

Amjaad MH.