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PSEB 5th Grade English Syllabus 2024-25: Punjab Board has released the latest syllabus for Class 5 English. Download the syllabus from the direct link given below.

PSEB 5th Grade English Syllabus 2024-25: Punjab School Education Board has released the latest syllabus for all classes. If your child is in 5th grade and you as a parent or teacher are looking for the complete syllabus then you are on the right page. Punjab Board releases the latest and revised syllabus every year. For the academic year 2024-25, you can find the latest syllabus for 5th grade English.

The curriculum can be easily downloaded in PDF format.

PSEB English Syllabus, Class 5, 2024-25

  1. The Elves and the Shoemaker
  2. Two frogs
  3. Child and grandma
  4. The Flying Sikh – Milkha Singh
  5. Raja Birbal
  6. Bank – Our needs
  7. Global warming
  8. A look into history
  9. Safe Circle

Learning successes

The learner–

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  • coherent written or oral responses to questions in English based on everyday life experiences, unfamiliar stories and poems heard or read.
  • recites and shares English songs, poems, games, riddles, stories, tongue twisters, etc. and recites and shares them with peers and family members.
  • acts in accordance with instructions given in English during games/sports, such as “Hit the ball!”, “Throw the ring!”, “Run to the finish line!”, etc.
  • independently reads English story books, news/headlines, advertisements, etc., talks about them and writes short paragraphs
  • Conduct short interviews with people around you, such as parents, teachers, school librarians, gardeners, etc.
  • uses meaningful, grammatically correct sentences to describe and narrate incidents and to formulate questions
  • uses synonyms such as “big”, “close” and antonyms such as “inside”/“outside”, “light”/“dark” from clues in context
  • reads the text with understanding, recognizes details and processes
  • combines ideas gained through reading and interaction with his/her personal experiences
  • records dictation for various purposes, such as lists, paragraphs, dialogues, etc.
  • uses the dictionary as a reference
  • recognizes types of nouns and adverbs; distinguishes between verbs in the past and present tense
  • writes paragraphs in English using verbal and visual cues, with appropriate punctuation and links
  • writes a “mini biography” and a “mini autobiography”
  • writes informal letters, messages and emails
  • reads printed material in the area (advertisements, directions, place names, etc.), understands and answers questions, tries to write creatively (stories, poems, posters, etc.)
  • writes and speaks about peace, equality, etc. and expresses personal views
  • appreciates, either orally or in writing, the variety of foods, clothing, customs and festivals as he/she reads/hears in his/her daily life, in story books, in narratives or in videos, films, etc.

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Proposed pedagogical processes

The learner can be offered opportunities to learn in pairs/groups/individually and be encouraged to:

  • Discuss and present orally and then write answers to text-based questions and short descriptive paragraphs
  • Take part in activities that use the English language, such as role playing, drama, dialogue and enacting stories you read and hear.
  • Look at print-rich environments such as newspapers, signs and directions in public places, brochures and recommended language learning websites
  • Prepare a speech for morning meetings, group discussions, debates on selected topics, etc.
  • When reading different texts, derive the meaning of unknown words from the context
  • Check the dictionary to learn the spelling, meaning, and find synonyms and antonyms.
  • Understand the use of synonyms such as “big/great,” “close/shut,” and antonyms such as “inside/outside,” “light/dark” with context clues.
  • Relate ideas, proverbs and expressions in the stories they have heard with those in their native language/environment/cultural context
  • Read adventure stories, travelogues, folk tales/fairy tales, etc. independently and silently in English/Braille.
  • Getting to know different forms of writing (informal letters, lists, stories, vacation requests, messages, etc.)
  • Learn grammar in a contextual and integrated way (e.g. the use of nouns and adverbs; distinguish between past and present verbs).
  • Use linkers to create connections between words and phrases, such as “then,” “after that,” etc.
  • Dictate short texts such as lists, paragraphs and dialogues.
  • Expand your vocabulary with crossword puzzles, word chains, etc.

CHECK: PSEB English Syllabus, Class 5, 2024-25

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