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The English Language is a life skill. It is the first language component for the exams and the language of negotiations, persuasion, sales, and marketing: our curriculum is tailored to ensure that our students – notwithstanding their level of study – master these skills for life. Words Worth offers English Language and Literature programmes for Primary, Secondary, Junior College, IB and IGCSE candidates. Lower & Upper Primary / PSLE We adopt a Spiral Curriculum framework, which means that teaching and learning occurs on a thematic level. For example, the image illustrates how the theme of friendship is adopted holistically yet simultaneously altered to suit the complexity and nuances of each level. While other institutions might focus on various (often disjointed) themes as students venture further up the ladder, we ensure that knowledge is acquired progressively, and students that stay with us from Primary to Secondary serve to benefit the most from this schema. Lower & Upper Secondary / GCE ‘O’ Level Our thematic-based curriculum is aimed to build general knowledge and content that can be translated to the syllabus requirements. Students will be prompted to engage their own thoughts and ideas which will advance their command of the English Language. Our students are exposed to concepts and skills that will evoke critical thinking to identify the vocabulary and various tones to use in their essays and daily lives. Junior College / GCE ‘A’ Level This curriculum is designed to allow students to be equipped with the necessary skills to answer Application Questions, as well as write sophisticated essays through exposing them to themes and ideas that they can develop independently. International Baccalaureate (IB) and International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) We encourage our IB and IGCSE students to interact with their texts to appreciate and understand how the language is constructed and developed. A thematic approach is also adopted to break down the concepts, as well as devour the core of the text. We urge our students to think critically and creatively through prompting study questions that guide our students to key concepts of the text, while at the same time allowing them the artistic freedom to explore thoughts of their own.
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