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1 WELCOME

2 TEACHER INTRODUCE MST. SHAHANAZ KHATUN Assistant Head Teacher Shahid Smriti Bidya Pith, Jhenaidah.

3 LESSON INTRODUCE Subject : English 1st Paper Class : Nine Time : Fifty Minutes Today’s Lesson : International Mother Language Day-1.

4 OBJECTIVES After end of the lesson, students will be able to…..  write sentences using vocabs.  complete a chart about language movement.  match the words with their meanings.  answer the questions about Language movement.

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9 Look at these pictures and talk about it.  What do you see in these pictures?  What is it about?  What is the other name of 21 February?

10 Today’s lesson International Mother Language day-1.

11 Martyr Who makes sacrifices. Enkindle Burn something. Vocabulary

12 Movement Act/way of moving. Undivided Not mixed with other feeling.

13 Work in pairs. Time: 5 minutes Make some sentences using those words. a)Martyr - We respect our martyr. b)Enkindle - Language movement enkindled the sparks of independence movement. c) Movement is the year when Language Movement was occurred. d) Undivided-In 1947 Pakistan was an undivided country.

14 Individual work Read the text silently and complete the chart. Time:15 minutes TimeWhat happened

15 TimeWhat happened 1947 India-Pakistan divided Mohammad Ali Zinnah declared Urdu as Pakistan’s only official language Police killed Salam, Rafiq, Barkat and Jabbar on February, 21 st.

16 Match the words with their meaning. Work in pairs. words Meanings tribute to have a particular effect climax to refuse to obey outlaw to give in defy the ability to keep increasing provoke an act to show respect relent to bon momentum the most exciting point in time

17 Tribute Relent Outlaw Provoke Momentum Climax

18 Words Meaning 1. tribute an act to show respect. 2. climaxthe most exciting point in time. 3. outlaw to ban. 4. defy to refuse to obey. 5. provoketo have a particular effect. 6. relentto give in. 7. Momentumthe ability to keep increasing.

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20 Read the text again and answer the questions. Work in groups. Time: 10 minutes Why do we observe 21 February as the International Mother Language Day? What happened when Urdu was declared as the only official language of Pakistan? “The seed of independence was sown on 21 February 1952.”Do you agree with the comment? Why?

21  We observe it to show respect to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives to establish Bangla as our state language.  A storm of protest raised in East Pakistan when Urdu was declared as the only state language of Pakistan.  Yes, I agree with the comment as incident of 21 February 1952 enkindled the spark of Independence Movement.

22 Evaluation. a) Why is 21 February called Shaheed Debosh? b) Why do people go to the Shaheed Minar? c) How do they go there? d) Who are the Language martyrs?

23 Home work. Write briefly how you observed this year’s 21 February at your school.

24 Thank you


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