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Recognising that English has emerged as the primary mode of communication across the globe, the Organisation has launched a ‘Spoken English Programme’. The programme aims at improving the students’ English language skills. The programme is being implemented in some of the high schools adopted by the Organisation. 

The programme is primarily aimed at the 8th and 9th standard students in 75 high schools. The course is spread over 3 months and constitutes about 75-hours of learning. The aim is to improve the spoken English language skill of enrolled students. Dedicated teachers take classes for this course before and after school hours. 

Programme objectives

To nurture students’ ability to speak English by improving their vocabulary, grammar, listening skills and diction; in the process boosting their confidence levels. The programme is extended to schools that have clearly evinced interest in the programme and subsequently have come forward to partner with the Organisation in running this programme.

Strategy

The programme is implemented on a ‘First come, First serve’ basis. In the first phase of the programme, a total of 35 high schools were targeted A nominal registration fee of Rs.30 (for all 3 months) is charged from the students. A maximum of 30 students from each school are enrolled into the course. In the second phase the programme expanded to 45 schools and in the third phase it reached to 75 schools.

Nature of the programme

The programme lays emphasis on four specific aspects: Listening, comprehension, reading and most importantly speaking. The Organisation coordinators monitor the programme and the teachers evaluate the students’ progress on the basis of their performance in module wise weekly tests. They also maintain a weekly progress sheet of each student.
Students, who successfully complete the course and clear the tests, are given a certificate at the end of the course.

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