Master MYP English with POINTS Edulab

At POINTS Edulab, our goal is to guide students through the intricacies of the MYP English program, equipping them with the skills and knowledge to excel. We understand the unique challenges and opportunities this curriculum presents, and our approach is tailored to help students not only understand English but to appreciate its global significance and practical application in diverse contexts.



Our Teaching Methodology

At POINTS Edulab, we believe in a personalized approach to learning. Our methodology includes:

  1. Customized Road Map
    We design individual learning plans that cater to the specific needs and goals of each student.
  2. Concept Building
    We focus on building a strong foundation in key literary concepts and language skills.
  3. Practice Worksheets
    Regular worksheets are provided to reinforce learning and ensure students can apply concepts effectively.
  4. Doubt Solving
    We encourage an environment where students feel comfortable raising and resolving their doubts, ensuring a clear understanding of topics.
  5. Practice Tests
    Regular testing helps track progress and prepares students for assessments, both formative and summative.

About curriculum

Why MYP English Matters
MYP English is more than just a subject; it’s a critical global communication and understanding tool. In our increasingly interconnected world, proficiency in English opens doors to a wealth of academic and professional opportunities. It encourages students to develop a nuanced understanding of different cultures and perspectives, fostering empathy and broad-mindedness.
Structure of the MYP English Curriculum
The MYP English curriculum is structured to nurture a deep understanding and appreciation of language and literature. It encompasses various themes such as Gothic literature, nature poetry, and culture, offering students a rich tapestry of content, including works like ‘Frankenstein,’ multiple poems, and global short stories. The curriculum is divided into thematic units across year levels, each focusing on specific literary aspects and global contexts. Themes like identity, global interactions, and logic are explored, ensuring students engage with various literary forms and styles​​​​.

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