Secondary School English

Secondary school English lessons aim to further develop students’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in the English language. In Secondary school English lessons, students work on more complex English grammar structures, vocabulary, and writing skills.


Secondary school English classes use certain levels of reading material based on students’ proficiency. These materials help students develop analytical thinking, reading comprehension, and understanding skills. Additionally, students enhance their English listening and speaking abilities through discussions and presentations.


In Secondary School English classes, students also develop various writing skills in English. These include essay writing, research writing, article writing, story writing, and critical writing.


Throughout a 32-week program, students work on more complex English grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension skills. They also improve their English writing, listening, and speaking skills. Secondary school English classes assist students in further advancing their English proficiency and establishing a foundation for their university education and future careers.