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Course Book Work Book
NOTEBOOKS English Notebook Prose Language Handwriting Notebook
LANGUAGE LISTENING SPEAKING READING WRITING
Listening Skills Ø Is able to follow instructions. Ø Understand requests, statements, questions and commands. Ø Understand what is read to him. Ø Follow simple descriptions and narrations.
Aural Comprehension(Activity) Humpty Dumpty Sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty Had a great fall, All the king’s men, And all the king’s horses, Could not put Humpty Dumpty Together again.
Aural Comprehension �Where did Humpty Dumpty sit ? �What happened to him after he sat on the wall ? �Who came to help him ? Ø On the wall. Ø He fell. Ø All the king’s men and his horses.
Activities �Show and Tell. �Picture talk.
v CLASS ASSEMBLIES v CLASS ROOM DISCUSSION v SPEAKING ON VARIOUS TOPICS IN CLASS v CHORAL RECITATION
ACTIVITIES �Reading of seen and unseen passages �Model reading by the teacher �Choral reading �Individual reading �Reading Cards �Reciting poems �Reading Comprehension passages
�Word list. that were pink eyes fish father food hand play blue have very green bird tree with this those love head are mother nice like these
Reading Card Tina’s Book Tina has a book about animals. Her father reads her stories from the book. Sometimes her mother reads to her, too. Tina is learning to read. She looks at the pictures. Soon, she will be able to read the stories herself!
Reading Comprehension Passage Anna is an artist. She draws the moon. She draws clouds. She draws stars. Questions Anna is an ____. Ø An artist Ø An actor Ø A doctor Anna draws ____. Ø Stars Ø Shells Ø Flowers Anna does not draw _____. Ø The Moon Ø Clouds Ø trees
Picture Composition Ø This is a picture of a funny clown. Ø He is seen at the circus. Ø He has a red nose.
Picture Comprehension 1) Who is sitting on the bench? ___________ 2) Which animal do you see in the picture? ___________
Language Structure Grammar
TOPICS �Articles – a/an �Punctuation (Capital letters, full stop and question mark) �Use of this /that, these/those, is/are, has/have, was/were �Naming Words �Pronouns �One and Many �Preposition �Describing Words �Doing Words
WHAT CAN YOU AS PARENTS DO? �Encourage your child to speak in English. �Inculcate the healthy habit of reading in your child. �Regular practice at home is very important. �Appreciate the good work done by the child.