Adapt 21 st century’s teaching approaches to develop students’ understanding of the language skills. To groom the students in the most appropriate way to face the real world challenges. To inculcate the habit of collaborative skills. To raise the cognitive skills through language. To sharpen the process of critical thinking.
By the end of the month students will be able to; Understand the given text and comprehend it accordingly. Learn and use new vocabulary words in their sentences. Use noun, verbs, adjectives and punctuation marks correctly. Compose different types of creative writing on the given topics.
70% of the students will be able to write in Nelson handwriting script. 60 -65% of the students will be able to comprehend the given text in their own words. 60- 65% students will be able to read the given text with correct pronunciation and expressions. 60-65% students will be able to think critically, create a post card creatively and write a story with a strong setting.
BLOOM’S TAXONOMY Bloom’s Taxonomy provides a guideline for creating different assignments, questions, discussions and assessments that addresses the kinds of skills that students must develop to become critical thinker and learners. Teachers often spend most of their time on first 2 steps, but the last four steps are where critical thinking is developed.
BLOOM IN CLASSROOM Knowing Comprehending Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating Learning, vocabulary enrichment Reading, answering questions, discussions. Formatting sentences, solving worksheets Summarizing. Creative writing, Dictation. Post cards, Map making, Story writing and writing a play script.
GENRES OF ENGLISH Comprehension Language Grammar Spelling Composition
Syllabus Breakup WeekPeriodTopicsClass WorkHome Work 1 st 2Introduction Ice Breaking activity Copy Collection - 2Diagnostic test Worksheet eng diagnostic worksheet.docxeng diagnostic worksheet.docx - 1Syllabus pasting Pasting of syllabus and correction key in class work copies - 1Test indices Writing of test indices with marks at the back of class work copies - 2Reading Just so stories pg # 1 & 2 Reading of just so stories pg# 1 & 2 2 nd 1Pupil book 3 Nelson handwriting Students will write Page # 4 in class work copies - 2Unit 1:Something happened in my street Topic: Arriving at Winklesea Reading and explanation Comprehension(activity 1) pg # 5 will be done in class work copies Map making in workbook pg #1 2Junior English Book 3 Grammar : Noun and Verbs Pg # 1,2 Ex A (1-5) will be done in class work copies Ex B (1-10)will be done in Jr. Eng book 3 Pg # 1 Ex A (6-10) of Jr. Book 3 will be done in home work copies 2Descriptive writing Activity 4 (2) writing a post card to a friend worksheet post card.dox.docxworksheet post card.dox.docx Home work book 3 pg # 3
Syllabus Breakup WeekPeriodTopicsClass WorkHome Work 1Reading The shipwrecked sailor Take me home! The grating - 3 rd 2Unit 1: Ivy Cottage Reading and explanation Page # 9 activity 5 in class work copies Oral Activity 6 (group),7 (pair)& 8 (individual) Dictation of pg # 1 of Just so stories 2Story writing Write a short story in 3 paragraphs about moving to your new home Work book Pg $4 2Comparing adjectives and adjective formation Jr book 3 pg#8 &15 will be done- 1Dictation Dictation pg # 1 of Just so stories (10 words) (5 marks) Nelson Handwriting Pupil book 3 pg # in home work copy 1Reading How the camel got his hump The lazy camel The three work harder (pg #4,5 & 6) - 4 th 2Unit:2 Speaking loud and clear Reading and explanation pg 14 & 15 Pupil book 3 Comprehension activity 1 will be done in class work copy Reading The lazy camel pg 4 & 5 2Speech marks Activity 3 pg 16 in class work copy pg 17 activity 4 in Pupil book 3(orally) Home work book 3 pg # 6 1Using capital letters Jr book 3 Pg # 23 Ex A (1-6) in class work copy -
Syllabus Breakup WeekPeriodTopicsClass WorkHome Work 2Writing a play script Activity 5 pg # 17 of Pupil book 3 will be done in class work copy Jr book 3 pg# 23 Ex b(1-4) in home work copy 1Reading The Djinn’s magic The hump Work book pg 6
Changing challenges into opportunities “ We must open the doors of opportunity. But we must also equip our people to walk through those doors. ” Lyndon B. Johnson Challenges Opportunities Availability of resources on time. Discipline Problems during group task. Students feel shy to raise questions Informing the head for resources prior through effective planning. Motivate groups by giving extrinsic rewards Encourage them by prompting to create a question