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The syllabus consists of five topic areas: Topic 1 – Learners and teachers, and the teaching and learning context Topic 2 – Language analysis and awareness Topic 3 – Language skills: reading, listening, speaking and writing Topic 4 – Planning and resources for different teaching contexts Topic 5 – Developing teaching skills and professionalism.
The following is a list of GCE Ordinary Level subjects offered by Cambridge International Examinations (CAIE). Cambridge O Levels, Cambridge IGCSE and/or Cambridge International Level 1 or Level 2 Certificates may be taken in the same examination session but certain combinations of subjects are not allowed as described below.
A syllabus ( / ˈsɪləbəs /, AFI: /ˈsɪl.ə.bəs/; plural: " syllabuses ",  " syllabi " )  or specification, is a document that communicates information about an academic course or class and defines expectations and responsibilities. It is generally an overview or summary of the curriculum.
English for Academic Purposes ( EAP ), commonly known as Academic English, entails training students, usually in a higher education setting, to use language appropriate for study. It is one of the most common forms of English for Specific Purposes (ESP). It is also a course found in TAFE in Australia.
Linguists generally accept nine English word classes: nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, determiners, and exclamations. English words are not generally marked for word class.
English Stylistics (linguistics) The World of English History of the English language Composition studies Rhetoric Technical communication English language learning and teaching English literature American literature, including: African American literature Jewish American literature Southern literature Australian literature
Download as PDF Printable version Languages On this Wikipedia the language links are at the top of the page across from the article title. Go to top. Contents move to sidebar (Top) 1 Overview 2 Purpose 3 Grading and UK equivalence 3.1 New grading system 3.2 Further studies 3.3 International recognition 4 Marking schemes