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Class: Eight Sharmin akther sumi. ASS. HEAD TEACHER, Sub: English Unit-7 Lesson-2 Sunshine model high school, Mirpur bahubal. Co-ordinator of British council conecting class-room. Time: 40 minutes
Learning outcomes By the end of the lesson Students will be able to ØTell what Nakshi kantha is. ØDescribe the history of Nakshi kantha. ØUnderstand the meaning of some new words. ØRead & understand the text.
Look at the picture & answer the questio 1. What do you see in the picture? 2. Have you seen it before? Where? 3. What do we do with it?
Our today’s topic is on Nakshi kantha
Practiced in rural Bengal for centuries.
Rural poet Jashimuddin
Nakshi kanthar math
made for family use.
Old or new cloth and thread are used
Individual work: 1. What is Nakshi kantha? 2. What do we do with it? 3. When was ‘Nakshi kanthar math’ published?
Match the word meaning of column A with column B A B Craft Stylish Native Doves Quilt trade Artistic Worked on Practiced Indigenous
Vocabulary Test Quilt A thick coverlet Artistic commercially traditional demand pattern Stylist Business transaction Customs, manners, styles, opinions etc. coming down from generation to generation Desire to get design
Group work: Ø Do you like a nakshi kantha or an ordinary kantha? Why?
Evaluation : Ø Why did you like Nakshi Kantha? Ø Who was the poet of Nakshi kanthar math?
Solution: ØI like Nakshi kantha for it’s attraction and beauty. ØJasimuddin was the poet of Nakshi kanthar math.
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