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Live Elementary English Class

This 12 week Live Elementary English Class will cover all the basics for a Grade 3 student. Additionally, we include interactive activities, worksheets, and games to make the lessons more interesting. In this 1-1 private class, the schedule and pace will be based on each child's progress.

Live Course

Live Class:

Enrolled: 0

Duration: 8 Hours

Offered by: infyni

Live Course


About Course

Our Live Elementary English Class is meant for Grade 3 students. This basic elementary classes can be divided into 2 parts. The first will cover reading comprehension, answering questions and vocabulary.
According to studies, learning English at a young age helps children learn other languages faster. Children have more significant time to study, fewer inhibitions, and, a brain geared for language development. Teaching your kids English will help boost memory, problem-solving skills, critical thinking skills, and develop an ability to multitask.

Children good in other languages display a sign of enhanced creativity and mental flexibility. 
Also, when kids learn a language at a very young age, they have a much better chance of not having a foreign accent when speaking another language, rather they sound natural. 

In our Live Elementary English Class students learn the basics of verbs adjectives, adverbs in fun and interactive ways. This is followed by more complex sentence composition and articles along with determiners.

Get your child enrolled in a 1-1 private Live Elementary English Class or group class to perfect the English language. Enroll and ask for a free trial. 

Course Offerings

  • Instructor Led Live sessions
  • Clarify doubts during session
  • Access Session Recordings
  • Attend on mobile and Tablet
  • Assessments and Competition
  • Direct Messages
  • Feedback from Instructor
  • Full lifetime Resources
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Topics
  • Instructor (1)
  • - Parts of speech: Nouns and pronouns

  • - Activities: Identify and categorize nouns and pronouns in sentences, create sentences using different types of nouns and pronouns

  • - Action verbs and linking verbs
  • - Activities: Identify and differentiate between action verbs and linking verbs, create sentences using different types of verbs
  • - Descriptive adjectives
  • - Activities: Identify and use adjectives to describe nouns, create sentences with descriptive adjectives
  • - Adverbs of manner, time, and place
  • - Activities: Identify and use adverbs to modify verbs, create sentences with adverbs
  • - Common prepositions and their usage
  • - Activities: Identify and use prepositions to show relationships between words, create sentences with prepositional phrases
  • - Coordinating conjunctions (and, but, or) and subordinating conjunctions (if, because, when)
  • - Activities: Identify and use conjunctions to join words, phrases, and clauses, create sentences with conjunctions
  • - Singular and plural subjects with matching verbs
  • - Activities: Identify and correct subject-verb agreement errors in sentences, create sentences with proper subject-verb agreement
  • - Subject, predicate, and sentence types (declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory)
  • - Activities: Analyze and identify the components of different types of sentences, create sentences of different types
  • - Rules for capitalizing and punctuating sentences
  • - Activities: Correct capitalization and punctuation errors in sentences, create properly punctuated sentences
  • - Rules for forming possessives
  • - Activities: Identify and use possessive nouns and pronouns in sentences, create sentences with possessives
  • - Forming comparative and superlative forms of adjectives
  • - Activities: Compare and contrast objects using comparative and superlative adjectives, create sentences with comparative and superlative adjectives
  • - Common irregular verbs and their past tense forms
  • - Activities: Identify and use irregular verbs in sentences, create sentences using irregular verbs
  • - Identifying direct and indirect objects in sentences
  • - Activities: Analyze sentences and identify direct and indirect objects, create sentences with direct and indirect objects
  • - Definite and indefinite articles, demonstrative and possessive determiners
  • - Activities: Identify and use articles and determiners in sentences, create sentences with appropriate articles and determiners
  • - Using "not" to create negative sentences
  • - Activities: Transform positive sentences into negative sentences, create negative sentences using "not"
  • - Review concepts covered throughout the curriculum
  • - Assessment: Conduct a grammar assessment to evaluate the student's understanding of the topics covered