Grade 4 ENGLISH
Grade 4 English Offline Educational Software
iRainbow’s Grade 4 English Educational Software, crafted for parents and educators, is set to elevate children’s English skills, building upon the groundwork established in Grade 3 English. This critical stage introduces pupils to the complexities of the English language, encompassing advanced grammatical concepts like abstract and common nouns, personal and possessive pronouns, and a variety of verbs, including main, auxiliary, and hyphenated forms. The curriculum covers adverbs, prepositions, adjectives, conjunctions, interjections, and diverse sentence structures, thereby broadening their linguistic scope. Additionally, students will engage with tenses, punctuation, synonyms and antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and acronyms and abbreviations, significantly enriching their vocabulary and comprehension.
Meticulously designed to be engaging and challenging, iRainbow’s Grade 4 software aims to deepen students’ love for the English language while preparing them for more advanced academic challenges. Through interactive and structured lessons, the software enhances English proficiency and lays a solid foundation for future educational success and effective communication. We aim to ensure that each child emerges from this program with a comprehensive understanding of English, equipped to excel in academic and real-world contexts.
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English: Grade 4 (Intermediate Phase) Curriculum
- A1.1: Abstract nouns
- A1.2: Common nouns
- A1.3: Personal and Possessive Pronouns
- A1.4: Collective names
- A2.1: Main verbs
- A2.2: Auxiliary verbs and hyphenated verbs
- A2.3: Singular and Plural
- A3.1: Adverbs from: Time, Manner, Place, and Degree
- A4.1: One word Prepositions
- A5.1: Adjectives
- A6.1: Conjunctions
- A7.1: Interjections
- B1.1: Simple Sentences
- B1.2: Statement sentences, question sentences
- B2.1: Present tense
- B2.2: Future time
- B2.3: Past tense
- C1: Full stop and comma
- C2: Apostrophe
- C3: Colon and semi colon
- C4: Capital letters
- C5: Exclamation mark and question mark
- D1: Synonyms and antonyms
- D2: Spelling patterns
- F1.1: Idiomatic expressions
- G1: Acronyms
- G2: Abbreviations
The Advantages of Choosing iRainbow
Uninterrupted Offline Education
iRainbow ensures a consistent educational experience without requiring internet access, thus addressing typical online challenges like distractions, access to inappropriate material, and digital security threats.
Guidance For Educational Supervisors
Our system offers detailed insights into students' academic progress for teachers and parents, aiding in quickly identifying their strong points and areas needing more focus.
Tailored Learning Experiences
Learners can personalise their avatars and select a digital ally for their learning journey, making the process more engaging and turning education into a fun, interactive experience.
Systematic Learning Framework
iRainbow carefully organises its educational content into small, manageable units. This approach keeps learners attentive and interested in each subject, fostering sustained engagement and better understanding.
Individualised Learning Tempo
iRainbow acknowledges that every student has a unique learning pace and method; thus, it caters to learning at a rate that best suits each individual.
Multi-Platform Support (Soon on iOS)
Effortlessly working on Android and PC, iRainbow allows students to engage with their educational material on various devices, including smartphones, tablets, or desktop computers.
Simple Content Updates
When connected to the internet, iRainbow smoothly updates its content, giving students access to the most recent educational resources and information.
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The transition from the Foundation Phase in Grade 3 to the Intermediate Phase in Grade 4 marks a significant shift in the English curriculum. In Grade 3, the focus is primarily on foundational aspects of the language, such as phonics, basic reading skills, and early writing abilities. This includes identifying letter sounds and names, recognising various digraphs, understanding vowel sounds, and developing initial spelling skills. The curriculum builds fundamental literacy skills through activities like sorting letters, rhyming words, and recognising simple spelling patterns.
In contrast, the Grade 4 curriculum in the Intermediate Phase delves deeper into the complexities of English. Here, students are introduced to more advanced concepts such as abstract and common nouns, personal and possessive pronouns, verbs (main, auxiliary, hyphenated), adverbs, prepositions, and adjectives. The curriculum also covers conjunctions, interjections, different types of sentences, and a more comprehensive understanding of tenses and punctuation. Additionally, Grade 4 students learn about synonyms and antonyms, idiomatic expressions, acronyms, and abbreviations. This progression reflects a move from learning the sounds and basic structure of the language to understanding and using its more complex grammatical and syntactical elements.