Curriculum for Malay Language at Agape School of Education.

Listening Reading Speaking Writing
1, 2, 3 & 4
Understand familiar words and simple phrases when they are spoken slowly and clearly Comprehend single words and simple sentences, e.g. signs and billboards Communicate in short, simple phrases Produce short, simple notes and postcards and fill in forms
1, 2, 3 & 4
(B1 - B2)
Understand the overall meaning of short, simple, clearly spoken messages Read and comprehend short, simple text, e.g. advertisements, and personal correspondence Make yourself understood with a series of sentences in familiar everyday situations Produce short, simple notes, messages, emails and personal letters
1, 2, 3 & 4
(C1 - C2)
Understand important information regarding work, school, free time, etc. Comprehend texts written in everyday language for general and job-related purposes Participate in conversations regarding family, hobbies, work, travel and current events Produce simple, connected text on familiar themes and topics

As there are many variables in teaching a language, please check with us directly on the time frame that might be relevant for your situation or check our programmes’ information. Our experience has proven that a single student in a one-to-one setting with a teacher will learn much faster than a student in a group class.


Language proficiency is categorized according to levels of progress. The table shows the proficiency a student will have acquired after completing the set of classes that make up the course work for each level.