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UIEO Syllabus 2018

UIEO Syllabus 2018: English even after being the most accessible and most widely acceptable language in the world. Still has a reputation of being a difficult language in the minds of our students. Well, this may also be the case with other students all over the world. So in order to make students of the world more familiar with the language.

The Unified council has taken an initiative named the UIEO Unified International English Olympiad. This will assess the language skills of the students and which will, in turn, help the students to improve their English. We advise the students to participate in the IEO Syllabus 2018 more as the exams are near for the same as the last date of application is 25th August 2018. and the exams will be on the 30th October 2018 as per the official site (From 11.00am to 12 noon).

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UIEO Syllabus

Unified Council English Olympiad Syllabus

The English Olympiad Syllabus for the interested students as per the official site is as follows. Have a glance at UIEO syllabus and make most out of it.

ClassTopicSub-Topics
CLASS – 2Vocabulary and Functional GrammarParts of speech (Elementary), Articles, Number, Rhyming words, Simple tenses, Punctuation, Gender, Spellings, Picture composition, Jumbled letters of a word, Jumbled words of a sentence, Synonyms, Antonyms, Odd one out, One word for many, Analogy, Words related to the immediate surroundings, etc.
Reading ComprehensionUnderstanding and locating specific information from Stories, Short dialogues, Messages, Invitations, etc.
Interactive EnglishSpoken English and Telephonic Conversation Responding to situations in functions like greeting, thanking, requests, apologies, asking for information, asking for permission, introducing (oneself ), etc.
Class 3Vocabulary and Functional GrammarParts of speech (Elementary), Simple tenses, Irregular verbs, Modals (of ability and permission, etc.), Basic questions, Punctuation, Number, Spellings, Cloze text, Synonyms, Antonyms, Error correction, Odd one out, One word for many, Words related to the immediate surroundings, etc.
Reading ComprehensionUnderstanding and locating information from text types like Reports, Messages, Stories, Anecdotes, Pictures, Time-table format, Messages, Invitations, etc
Interactive EnglishSpoken English and Telephonic Conversation Responding to situations in functions of giving opinions, seeking permissions, making plans and strategies, giving instructions, making suggestions, etc.
CLASS – 4Vocabulary and Functional GrammarParts of speech, Simple tenses, Irregular verbs, Modals (of ability, permission, etc.), Arranging words in alphabetical order, Cloze text, Basic questions, Error correction, Spellings, Synonyms, Antonyms, Odd one out, One word for many, Words related to the general environment, etc.
Reading ComprehensionUnderstanding and locating information from text types like diary entries, programme charts, notices for lost items, Posters: Invitation to a play, reports, autobiographies, personal recounts, descriptions, stories, anecdotes, messages, etc.
Interactive EnglishSpoken English and Telephonic Conversation Responding to situations in functions like giving directions to a place, calling out for help, Interviewing, giving clues/hints, asking for information, etc.
CLASS – 5Vocabulary and Functional GrammarParts of speech, Tenses, Irregular verbs, Modals, Quantifiers, Spellings, Error correction, Cloze text, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, Homonyms and homophones, Direct-Indirect speech, Jumbled sentences of a paragraph, One word substitution, Words related to the general environment, etc.
Reading ComprehensionUnderstanding and locating information from various text types like Writing invitations, Journal entries, and/or description, Preparing posters, Writing a procedure, Letters, News reports, Menu card, Dialogues, etc.
Interactive EnglishSpoken English and Telephonic Conversation Responding to situations in functions like accepting or declining an invitation, giving instructions and advice, making enquiries, refusals, etc.
CLASS – 6Vocabulary and Functional GrammarParts of speech, Tenses, Continuous tenses, Modal verbs of (necessity/obligation, etc.), Subject-verb Agreement, Spellings, Error corrections, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, Active-Passive voice, Direct-Indirect speech, Determiners, Jumbled sentences of a paragraph, Cloze text, Words related to the general environment, etc.
Reading ComprehensionUnderstanding and locating information from various text types like Messages, News headlines, Formal letters, Short narratives, Timetables, News stories, Notices, etc.
Interactive EnglishSpoken English and Telephonic Conversation Responding to situations in functions like agreement and polite disagreement, seeking information, giving advice, consoling, encouraging, warning, etc.
CLASS – 7Vocabulary and Functional GrammarPerfect tenses, Prepositions, Modals, Adjectives, Adverbs, Conjunctions, Direct-Indirect speech, Word order, Phrasal verbs, Active-Passive voice, Error correction, Spellings, Cloze text, Concord, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, Homonyms and homophones, Differentiating FACT/OPINION/ INFERENCE, Words related to the general environment, etc.
Reading ComprehensionUnderstanding and locating information given in News reports, Entries in diaries, Reviews of places, etc. Powerpoint presentations, News bulletins, Brochures, Itinerary, Stories, Short narratives, Advertisements, Biographies, etc.
Interactive EnglishSpoken English and Telephonic Conversation Responding to situations in functions like requests and polite refusals, making sincere thanks, apologies, asking for information, giving opinions, stating of preferences, presenting arguments, expression of intent, etc.
CLASS – 8Vocabulary and Functional GrammarPrepositional phrases, Participle phrases, Tenses, Question tags, Conditionals, Reported speech, Quotation marks, Spellings, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, Homonyms and homophones, Modals, Cloze text, Clauses, Subject-verb Agreement, Parallelism, Determiners, One word for many, Words related to the general environment, etc.
Reading ComprehensionUnderstanding and locating information from various text types like News reports, Blurbs, Dictionaries, Notices, Editorials, Essays, Newspaper articles, Interviews, etc.
Interactive EnglishSpoken English and Telephonic Conversation Responding to situations in functions like request, giving information, politely expressing disagreement, giving advice, asking for permission, giving ads, writing to the editor, etc.
CLASS – 9Vocabulary and Functional GrammarSame word used as different parts of speech, Concord, Question forms, Tenses, Conditionals, Modals, Reported speech, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, Homonyms and homophones, Cloze text, Parallelism, Question tags, Differentiating between FACTS / OPINION / INFERENCE, Words related to the general environment, etc.
Reading ComprehensionUnderstanding and locating information presented in an Instruction-Manual format, Message format, Editorials, Essays, flyers, Classifieds, Dictionaries, etc.
Interactive EnglishSpoken English and Telephonic Conversation Responding to situations in functions like giving advice, stating preferences, discussing probability, making an offer, giving advice, etc.
CLASS – 10Vocabulary and Functional GrammarConcord, Question forms, Tenses, Conditionals, Modals, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Cloze text, Differentiating between FACT/ OPINION / INFERENCE, Idioms, Homonyms and homophones, Direct-Indirect speech, ActivePassive voice, Parallelism, Question tags, Words related to the general environment, etc.
Reading ComprehensionUnderstanding and locating information from various text types like Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, instruction manual format, Message format like editorials, Essays, Making inferences from advanced texts, etc.
Interactive EnglishSpoken English and Telephonic Conversation Responding to situations in functions like giving/accepting compliments, agreeing, disagreeing, requesting, seeking information, receiving information, etc.

We strictly advise the students that they should follow the above-given syllabus properly as this is a separately designed IEO Olympiad Syllabus 2018 by the Unified Council which cannot be matched with any other board.

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English Olympiad Exam Pattern 2018 

The Unified Council has provided a UIEO Exam Pattern 2018. Which will be followed this year this pattern and the syllabus is also available in the Pdf format on the official site. The students are advised to prepare for the Olympiad just according to this format only.

DetailClass 2 – 4Class 5 – 10
No. Of Questions3550
Marks3550
Duration                                              1 hour

Note– Each class has a different set of question paper

  • All Questions are objective Type with no negative marking.

IEO Marking Scheme 2018

Participants would be evaluated as per below-provide provisions. Thus before preparing for the exam have a close look at 2018 session marking scheme.

TopicClass 2 – 4Class 5 – 10
Vocabulary and Functional Grammar25 Marks35 Marks
Reading Comprehension5 Marks10 Marks
Interactive English5 Marks5 Marks
Total-35 Marks50 Marks

IEO Exam Date 2018 

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Particular Detail
NameUnified International English Olympiad
Class2nd – 10th
Exam date30th October 2018
Exam TimeFrom 11.00am to 12 noon
Last date of application25th August 2018
Result dateAvailable soon
Official siteunifiedcouncil.com

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