Skill and Level-Based Program
ELGA program’s outcomes are based on the NCERT and Singapore curriculum. It is a one-of-its-kind level-based English program specially designed for Indian students.
At LEAD, students don’t learn English as a subject, they learn it as a Skill. The heart of the English Language and General Awareness (ELGA) program lies in its skill-based classrooms where students of various age groups learn together.
This helps them become independent readers.
Students build strong vocabulary by:
All of these build their ability to read fluently.
Students learn to read and understand texts by:
In Listening Comprehension, students practise the same skills by listening to audio stories and watching videos.
Students become better writers and speakers by:
This improves their ability to write and speak correctly
In Writing and Speaking Expression, students:
This makes them good writers and confident speakers.
All components are integrated into units through topics of general knowledge and values.
In each unit, students: variety of texts (fiction, non-fiction, drama, poetry, folk tales, articles, blog posts, articles, classic literature)
This makes them aware and responsible citizens
Every child learns uniquely and at LEAD we not only understand this, but also celebrate it. Our ELGA program is designed in such a way that every child learns at their level. The goal is for each child to be at their grade level. The entire curriculum is split into 21 levels and is fully based on skills and understanding rather than grade or age.
Each class has different levels and units. Each unit has a specific theme. The theme ties all the components together. It also makes students well-informed citizens. Mindsets and values are also integrated through themes with a focus on applying them to their everyday life.