1. Speech Work: Revision of Sounds – a, e, i, o, u
  2. Grammar: Revision of Parts of Speech – Noun, Pronoun, Verbs and Adjectives
  3. Comprehension/Vocabulary Development: Reading to Understand the Writer’s Purpose – “How We Spent the Holiday”
  4. Composition: Writing an Outline for the Narrative Essay – Topic: “How I Spent my Last Holiday”
  5. Literature: Types and Feature of Prose


ASPECT: Speech Work

TOPIC: Pure Vowels

Classification of English Vowels

The vowels in English are classified into two main groups: pure vowels (also called monophthongs) and diphthongs. The pure vowels are sub-classified into short vowels and long vowels. These pure vowels are listed below with examples of words where they occur:

The 12 English Pure Vowels

  1. /i: / long vowels e.g. beat, seat, neat, feet.
  2. /I/ short vowel e.g.

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