JEI English provides an easy to grasp program for grades Pre-K to 9. The program
progresses in small steps and makes learning engaging and effective.
The workbooks are designed to provide a strong foundation in grammar,
vocabulary, and reading skills. The study program is created for each student
through an individualized schedule of selected workbooks. At the end of
each weekly workbook, there is an interim test for the concepts covered to
ensure understanding.

The JEI English curriculum is aligned
with the State Standards,
covering all major domains such as readiness, phonics,
reading, communication, grammar, and information.

Key Features of
JEI English

  • 1

    Grammar skills are
    introduced and

  • 2

    The weekly assessment
    concepts covered to
    ensure understanding.

  • 3

    The same skill is
    practiced using the
    contents from the
    short story.

View Sample

This is a sample workbook that shows various parts of the actual English workbooks used at JEI.

Learning Objective Chart
This is a chart that shows the learning objectives for both English and Reading & Writing programs.

English Level

Level AA

  • Literacy Skills
    • Alphabet letter names, forms, and sounds
    • Matching uppercase letters to lowercase letters
  • Vocabulary Building by Letter
    • Key target words for every letter
  • Writing
    • Fine motor skills, tracing, writing uppercase and lowercase letters
  • Reading
    • Stories and story songs for every letter
    • Develop comprehension and literacy skills through interactive fun activities

Level A

  • Recognize and write lower and upper cases of alphabet letters
  • Learn initial consonant and initial short vowel sounds
  • Learn middle short vowel sounds
  • Learn final consonant sounds and form CVC words
  • Build vocabulary by given topic
  • Sight words to practice key vocabulary(ex: and, the, in, or, etc.)

Level B

  • Learn the sounds of initial R-and L- blends, and final blends
  • Learn long vowel sounds along with vowel combinations
  • Start grammar lessons with parts of speech
  • Learn to distinguish different types of sentences
  • Learn to proofread and start the writing process
  • Decodable stories to incorporate previously learned skills

Level C

  • Learn about the different types of nouns (person, place, or thing)
  • Learn different verb tenses from simple tenses to perfect tenses
  • Learn adjectives and adverbs, and comparative & superlative forms of adjectives
  • Learn how to form a paragraph and find the main idea of a paragraph
  • Learn how to use dictionaries and alphabetical order
  • Introduce synonyms, antonyms, homophones, and analogies
  • Incorporates previously learned skills into short stories

Level D

  • Introduce indefinite pronouns, articles, and determiners
  • Subject and verb agreement of a sentence
  • Differentiate between main and helping verbs in a sentence
  • Form words using prefixes and suffixes to expand vocabulary
  • Learn different ways to use comma - dates, cities, or series in a sentence
  • Introduce abbreviations and usage of an apostrophe
  • Learn to distinguish fact vs. opinion and real vs. imaginary
  • Learn key words to tell why actions happen
  • Short stories to practice reading comprehension

Level E

  • Defines four different types of sentences: Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, and Exclamatory sentences
  • Learn to write simple or compound sentences and avoid using run-on and stringy sentences
  • Learn regular, irregular past, and past perfect verb tenses
  • Introduce persuasive writing and following directions
  • Review problem or confusing words
  • Introduce simile, metaphor, and personification
  • Identify topic sentences and practice outlining the paragraphs

Level F

  • Introduce demonstrative, reflexive, and intensive pronouns
  • Introduce infinitive verb forms
  • Learn coordinating and subordinating connectors
  • Tell time order of sentences by using adverbs of time
  • Introduce different genres of writings: novel, comedy, play, mystery, etc.
  • Learn to read writer’s point of view and predict future from the writing
  • Learn how to write titles of books, magazines, songs, short stories, etc.

Level G

  • Introduce complex sentences with subordinating phrases
  • Present different kinds of nouns: concrete, abstract, proper, common, and collective nouns
  • Learn interrogative, subjective, objective, and possessive pronouns
  • Differentiate direct / indirect object of a sentence and distinguish transitive / intransitive verb of the sentence
  • Introduce prepositions and prepositional phrases
  • Learn to use context clues to find the meaning of a word
  • Introduce clipped and blended words
  • Usage of reference materials: encyclopedia, almanac, or newspapers

Level H

  • Introduce kinds of nouns, comma, appositive, plural nouns, possessive case, kinds of pronouns
  • Learn direct objects, predicate adjectives, present/past participles, “to be” verbs, verb agreement, irregular verbs
  • Learn comparatives and superlatives
  • Introduce sentence types, subjects/predicates, sentence structure, kinds of clauses
  • Lean clipped/entry/guide words, pronunciation, double negatives, problem words, poetic elements
  • Learn supporting details, topic sentence, descriptive/persuasive paragraphs, exposition, types of writing

Level I

  • Introduce complete predicates, compound subjects, compound predicates, simple subjects, simple predicates
  • Learn types of verbs, verbs: agree with subject number, verbs: agree with sentence tense
  • Introduce present progressive tense, past perfect tense, past progressive tense, future progressive tense, perfect progressive tense
  • Learn avoiding double negatives, prepositional phrases
  • Learn problem words, identify prefixes, outlining
  • Learn to use context clues to find the meaning of a word
  • Usage of homophones, table, circle graphs, bar graphs, line graphs

Level J

  • Learn phrases/ clauses, subordinating connectors, adjective clauses, noun clauses, adverb clauses
  • Learn present / past participles, participial phrases, misrelated participles, gerund phrases, infinitive phrases, prepositional phrases
  • Learn active voice / passive voice, Indicative/ subjunctive mood
  • Usage of fact or opinion, stating and supporting an opinion, telling comparison and contrast
  • Introduce purpose and audience, finding and narrowing a topic, skimming, taking notes, outlining

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