ENGLISH: USE OF ‘ARTICLES’ IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Target Learners are the under graduate students of Business Administration. They are at their first semester of total six semesters. The course is affiliated under AICTE curriculum.

Lesson Summary
Learners will read the use of ‘Articles’ in English Language with the help of Phonetics – speech sounds (Consonant Sounds, Vowel Sounds and Diphthongs).They will learn to distinguish between the sounds in the target words (i.e. for a given noun) and the respective article , especially indefinite articles , to be used before that word. They will review the differences between countable (hence specific or particular) and uncountable (non-specific) and understand the appropriate use of definite and indefinite article in speaking and in writing.

Lesson Objective :
To create interest and raise expectations and create involvement
To provide learners the cognition of English phonemes (IPA speech sounds) to enable them apply appropriate articles. Especially indefinite articles, during communication.
To identify proper type of article – whether indicating specificity or is non-specific – for a given word.


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