Go4Guru – English Communication

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Go4Guru  Inc.2015


Go4Guru a U.S.A. based Online International Company, is a dedicated institution which provides a complete solution for education by enhancing the quality of education that is provided in schools over 12 countries across the world. Commuting in English has become very essential for leading a normal life style. That too speaking in a correct classification is becoming very rare in countries where English is a foreign language. Skill is the ability to perform something. In language terms we refer to read, write, speak and listen. The four basic skills are inter related to each other in two parameters.


• The mode of communication: oral or written

• The direction of communication: receiving or producing the message.


Hence, our curriculum is designed in five levels, where first level will be from L.K.G -1st std. Second level is from 2nd and 3rd std. Third level consists of 4th and 5th std. fourth level is 6th – 8th std and final level has 9th and 10th std students.


About Teachers:

 All its teachers are well qualified and experienced.  Their untiring effort and the right spirit to work is the prime motto. They inspire students and install confidence in them.  Students’ grasping correct knowledge and their progress is GO4GURU’s main objective. Rome was not built in a day, similarly conversing in a fluent English is has its time. But this channel of learning makes sure that each and every individual who has trusted it emanates with the colourful sign of achievement.



 Reading skills enable readers to turn writing into meaning and achieve the goals of reading independence, comprehension, and fluency. Basic reading skills include language, concentration, visual processing skills, auditory processing skills (important for developing phonemic awareness), memory and reasoning. Each of these skills needs to be practiced and applied in order for a person to become a proficient reader. It is important that a child learns these skills at an early age. Believing this, we provide various exercises to develop the skill.



 When children learn how to write, whole world of possibilities are open up for them. While there are basic rules and formats to follow when learning how to write, writing can also be creative and imaginative. In this part we can make the children to write in a way how to grab the reader’s interest.  We help to use figurative language which is an important step in developing mature and rich writing skill.




 Listening is the receptive skill in the oral mode. Here we learn to listen and understand what we hear. Interactive listening includes face – to – face interaction like conversation and telephonic call and non interactive listening deals with listening to radio, tv, films, lectures and seminars. Here, we learn to recognise stress, rhythm, tone and intonation patterns. We also can learn to distinguish word boundaries, vocabulary, basic syntactic patterns and cohesive devices.



 Speaking is the productive skill in the oral mode. It, like the other skills, is more complicated than it seems at first and involves more than just pronouncing words. There are three kinds of speaking situations in which we find interactive, partial interactive and non – interactive. Speaking skills involve pronunciation, stress and rhythmic pattern, using appropriate forms of words in correct word order and vocabulary.



By the end of the whole session you will have

• Ability to read, think critically and write well.

• Students will be able to use strategies before, during, and after reading to aid in the construction and enhancement of meaning

• Students will be able to identify and explain the function of essential short story elements in the writer’s craft (i.e. character, setting, conflict, plot, climax, resolution, theme, tone, point of view).

• Students will be able to participate in discussions and draft writing which demonstrates an understanding of diverse cultural perspectives.

• Students will be able to read and explore for enrichment works from various genre (novels, plays, poems, essays).

• Students will be able to compare and contrast, in writing and through discussion, the literary elements and essential concepts of the works they are presently reading with those they have previously read or viewed.

• Ability to analyse texts

• Familiarity with persuasion, argumentation, and rhetoric as they appear in literary as well as non-literary texts