Why Study English?
Students will sometimes ask, “I speak English. Why do I need to study it in school?” Studying English enables you to communicate effectively. This subject allows you to enhance both your written and oral skills. By studying English, students are able to find their voices and to share their opinions with others.
The study of literature also provides the student with a more diverse world view as readers use their analytic skills to understand characters and conflicts, and question what they would do if faced with such situations. History and culture are also transmitted through literature, and by studying plays, poems, novels and other forms of media students learn about the world around them. Reading is discovery but it is also self-discovery.
Learning Outcome 1: Listening
The learner will be able to listen for information and enjoyment, and respond appropriately and critically in a wide range of situations. Learners will listen actively, em-pathetically and critically to a wide range of oral texts, and summarize, record and respond to them.
Learning Outcome 2: Speaking
The learner will be able to communicate confidently and effectively in spoken language in a wide range of situations.
Learners will speak confidently in public, and communicate appropriately and effectively with others. This is necessary for work and further education.
Learning Outcome 3: Reading and Viewing
The learner will be able to read and view for information and enjoyment, and respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts. Reading is the foundation for writing and a means of lifelong learning. Learners should read a variety of texts, including South African and international fiction and non-fiction. This will support the development of learners’ language, general knowledge and personal growth. Practical learning experience with live project work and examples.
- Lectures 27
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 60 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 514
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
JSS2 English: TERM 1
- DO -DOES in English Language
- Relative Pronouns & Clauses in English
- Difficult Adjectives- English Pronunciation Lesson
- English Modal Verbs Can – Could – May – Might
- Irregular Verb Families-English grammar lesson
- Common Mistakes with English ADJECTIVES
- English Pronunciation Practice – Difficult Vowel Sounds
- Adverbs in English Sentences – Sentence Structure
- Present Perfect with -for- and -since: English Grammar lesson
- How to learn and remember vocabulary
- English Adjectives – Improve Your Vocabulary
- English Grammar Lesson: Lend and Borrow
JSS2 English: TERM 2
- Conditional Sentences in English grammar
- Future Simple vs Going to Future – Learn English Tenses (Lesson 1)
- Going to Future vs Present Continuous – Learn English Tenses (Lesson 2)
- Future Continuous vs Future Perfect vs Future Perfect Continuous -lesson1
- Polite Advanced English Vocabulary
- How to use the Passive Voice – English Grammar Lesson
JSS2 English: TERM 3
- Common Grammar Mistakes In English
- Prepositions of Time: Practice Exercises in English
- Don’t vs. Doesn’t in English – Simple Present Tense
- Conditionals – English Grammar Lesson
- Don’t vs. Doesn’t – Simple Present Tense: English Practice
- Do and Does in English – Simple Present Tense Questions2
- AT, ON, IN, – Prepositions of Time in English
- Advanced English Expressions for Casual Conversations
- 50+ Advanced Phrases For English Conversations