The International English Olympiad is a competition for students who have passed an international English language test from all around the world. Throughout the year, students will be challenged with local, national, and global concerns. Participants will be required to generate things of interest or a display of concepts linked to linguistics themes, such as grammar and pronunciation, for this event.
Any student interested in participating in the International English Olympiad must be familiar with the IEO syllabus. The SOF IEO curriculum covers all of the topics that will be covered in the test. It is critical that students understand the IEO Syllabus, since it will aid them in developing an exam preparation strategy. We will discuss the IEO Class 4 Syllabus in this article.
Exam Pattern of IEO
The below table provides the IEO Exam Pattern.
|Class||1 to 4||Number of questions/Total marks||5 to 12||Number of questions/Total marks|
|Sections||Word and Structure Knowledge||30/30||Word and Structure Knowledge||45/45|
|Spoken and Written Expression||Spoken and Written Expression|
|Achievers Section||5/10||Achievers Section||5/15|
IEO Syllabus for Class 4
- Total number of questions – 35
- Time – 1 hour
The IEO Class 4 syllabus is divided into four sections, each of which includes the topics listed below.
|Section 1||Collocations, Gender, Spellings, One-word Substitution, Singular-Plural, Antonyms, Synonyms, Pronouns, Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Articles, Contractions, Conjunctions, Prepositions, Tenses, Jumbled Words and Punctuations, Proverbs, Basic Questions, Idioms, Question Tags, etc.|
|Section 2||Search for and retrieve information from various text types such as Anecdotes, Stories, etc. Understand information through timetable format, pictures, etc., acquire a broad understanding of and look for particular information in short texts like Invitations and Messages, etc.|
|Section 3||Ability to understand situation-based variations in functions such as greeting, apology, request, introduction, etc.|
|Section 4||Higher-order thinking questions include the syllabus as per 1st, 2nd and 3rd sections.|