The English language syllabus for inclusive education in the primary school of the “Mkhitar Sebastatsi” Educational Complex in 2012-2013 academic year

In inclusive education each child has the limits of mental growth, physical abilities and sense perceptions peculiar only to him or her. That is the reason why the subject syllabuses for inclusive education should be as individualized as possible. These two English syllabuses are intended for the 5th grade learners Vanik Grigoryan and Sveta Vardanyan and also for the 6th grade learner Gor Oseyan.
The educational environment for the three learners is the same: the teaching learning process is organized in a classroom which meets all the hygiene requirements and is equipped with a computer, interactive smart board and a projector.
Besides using digital teaching materials the text-book “Round-up starter” by Virginia Evans & Jenny Dooley, Longman 2010, is used.
The English syllabus for Vanik Grigoryan and Sveta Vardanyan
The aim — at the end of the school year the learners are expected to get the simplest communicative skills which are usually obtained during the first year of studying English at public schools.
Speech abilities
Speaking and listening comprehension abilities
The learners are supposed to be able to
• understand the teacher’s simple commands: stand up, sit down, read the text, translate, go to the board, come here, go there.
• introduce themselves by saying the first and last names, which school they go to and th place of their living
• describe their day in 5-6 sentences
• show and name the objects surrounding them
Reading abilities
The learners are expected to be able to
• Read and understand the text about which they can speak
Writing abilities
The learners are expected to be able to
• write their first and last names
• copy out the text about which they can speak

The language contents
To recognize the English letters and to be able to utter the English sounds
At the end of the school year the learners should have an active vocabulary of 50-60 words with which they can make up simple sentences.
Nouns- pen, pencil, book, bag, note-book, apple, pear, apricot, orange, water-melon, melon, potato, tomato, onion, bread, water, tea, milk, father, mother, brother, sister, house, school, classroom, table, chair
Verbs – go, come, read, sit, stand, sleep, eat, drink, play, give, take, want, have,
The simplest usages of the verb tenses Simple Present and Present Continuous
Adjectives – big, small, warm, cold, nice, 6 colours
Mumbers – 1-10
Pronouns – personal and demonstrative

Gor Oseyan is only expected to repeat what has been said. The sentences should have very restricted vocabulary.

Ann Ganjalyan

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