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NELSON MANDELA “A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM “ A PROSE FROM “FIRST FLIGHT” TIME :35 Min.
GENERAL OBJECTIVES To make English prose enjoyable & appreciable to the students * *To encourage them to express their views& feelings * To develop the imagination &enrich their vocabulary * To enable students to speak & write correct English
Specific Objectives *To help the students of leadership,racial discrimination (Aparthied) *to help the students understanding dedication (patriotism) *To understand them the history of South Africa & their freedom struggle *To read the lesson aloud with proper pronunciation & find out the meanings of difficult words *To enable them to set their goal in life by having the inspiration from thr lives of great patriots
MOTIVATIONS *putting easy questions & praises for right answers *audio-visual aids *putting examples of daily life experiences *comparing old & new knowledge
Pre-Knowledge Testing * Who is Nelson Mandela? * When did inauguration ceremony took place ? * Name the place where inauguration ceremony celebrated ? * Can you name at least two public buildings in India that are made of sandstone ?
NELSON MANDELA & SUBHASH C. BOSE
Mandela—as a hallmark
INDIAN FREEDOM FIGHTERS
PRESENTATION Nelson Mandela has become the first Black President of South Africa after more than three centuries of white rule.Mr. Mandela’s African National Congress (ANC)party won 252/400seats in the first democratic elections of South Africa's history. The inauguration ceremony took place in the Union Buildings amphitheatre in Pretoria,attended by politicians and dignitaries of more than 140 countries around the world. “Never,never again this beautiful land of South Africa experience the oppression of one by another,” said Nelson Mandela in his address There were jubilant scenes on the streets of Pretoria followed the ceremony with blacks,whites,and coloureds celebrating togather ……More than 1,00,000South African men,women and children of all races sang and danced with joy.
UNION BUILDINGS –PRETORIA,SOUTH AFRICA
UNION BUILDINGS—PRETORIA,SOUTH AFRICA
INTRODUCTION TO THE TOPIC Nelson Mandela becomes the first black president of south Africa after more than three centuries of white rule. Mandela’s party A N C(African national Congress) won 252/400 seats. The inauguration ceremony took place in the Union Buildings Amphitheatre in Pretoria,attended by politicians and dignitaries from 140 countries. Nelson Mandela addressed the public and guests with great respect and spoke to his countrymen and they all danced and cheered with joy.
Summary of the text The inauguration ceremony of the South Africa ‘s first black president “Nelson Mandela”, who took over the charge after 300 year’s of white rule, took place in Union Buildings Amphitheatre in Pretoria.The great president spoke greatly to the gathering of more than 1,00,000 people of South Africa,guests from different parts of world,graced the occasion with their benign presence and they all cheered up to make the moment remarkable.
GROUP ACTIVITIES Write the names of freedom fighters as many as you know (starting from A-Z) Find the meanings of difficult words from the paragraph Make questions from the paragraph Pick out the nouns and verbs from the paragraph write at least two advantages of freedom and two disadvantages of slavery Students ‘LL be divided in five groups
STUDENT’S RESPONSE The leaders of all group will provide their list and the same will be displayed on the black board by the teacher, explained and the whole class will pronounce subsequently.
HOME ASSIGNMENT *Write some lines about Bhagat Singh /Rani Luxmi Bai/M.K.Gandhi. *Collect some pictures of freedom fighters and paste them in your scrap book *Memorize some poetry about freedom struggle.
Time Management PKT : 04 Min. Photograph : 03 Min. Content— Introduction/Summary : 07 Min. Group Activities : 07 Min. Students Response : 10 Min. Home Assignments : 04 Min. Total Time : 35 Min.