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English Grammar for new texts of U.P. classes

 Mrs. Parvathy Venkiteswaran teacher has always amazed us all with the variety of study materials she prepares for U.P, High School and Higher Secondary (+2) classes. 
This time it is yet again different. She will make your jaws drop down with her latest material, I am sure. 
This is a Slide Show on

various grammar items in the Std. 5 and Std. 6 English Text Books like Vowels, Noun Phrases, Prepositions, Wh-questions etc. She has also used her voice for background explanations.


Check it and feel the perfection of the material. It has the quality of a Spoken English CD/VCD that we buy from the market.

SSLC English – Language Elements

        In all almost all the classes especially in Std. 10 we have two sure questions – Supply
the missing words in the following passage
& Edit the following passage. These questions carry 4 marks out of the 80 marks in SSLC. If we are familiar with these we will easily be able to score good marks from this area. Here is an attempt to give you

practice for such questions. These have been collected from previous year questions and question banks. Filling the blanks questions were answered by Annu Abraham, my student. Some of the editing questions were collected by Sajithamol V.S., another student.

It is made available as .pdf so that you can print and use it in class. The slide show can be made use of to save time.

NB: The post will be updated as and when I get more questions either through comments, via email or such other ways.
Rajeev Joseph
(Admin, English Blog)
St.Thomas HSS Erumely, Kottayam

Std.I, Std.III, Std.V, Std.VII – SCERT Text Books – Chapters 1 & 2

Std. 1
CHAPTER 1
Readiness package Integration Malayalam
Integration Malayalam
Integration Mathematics
Integration Tamil medium
Integration Kannada medium
Readiness Package English
Readiness Package Tamil
English
Sanskrit
Arabic


CHAPTER 2

Integration Mathematics
Integration Tamil medium
Kannada Mathematics
English
Sanskrit
Arabic

Std. 3
CHAPTER 1

Malayalam
Tamil
Arabic
Kannada
Sanskrit
English
Mathematics
EVS
CHAPTER 2

Malayalam

Std. 5
CHAPTER 1

Malayalam AT
Malayalam BT
Tamil
Kannada AT
Kannada BT
Arabic
Urdu
Readiness Package Urdu
Hindi
English
Mathematics
Science
Social Science
Sanskrit General
Sanskrit Oriental
CHAPTER 2
Std. 7
CHAPTER 1

Malayalam AT
Malayalam BT
Tamil
Kannada AT
Kannada BT
Arabic
Hindi
Urdu
English
Mathematics
Science
Social Science
Sanskrit General
Sanskrit Oriental

CHAPTER 2

Malayalam AT
Tamil
 Kannada AT
 Arabic
 Hindi
 Urdu
 English
 Mathematics
 Science
 Social Science
 Health and Physical Education
 Sanskrit General
 Sanskrit Oriental

CHAPTER 3 & 4
 01 Tamil_Cha_03

01 Tamil_Cha_04

02 Kannada Unit 3 – AT

02 Kannada Unit 3 – BT

03 Urdu VII Unit 3

03 Urdu VII Unit 4

04 Sanskrit_chapter 3

04 Sanskrit_chapter 4

04 Sanskrit_Oriental_chapter 3

04 Sanskrit_Oriental_chapter 4

Kannada Unit 3 – AT

Kannada Unit 3 – BT

Tamil_Cha_03

Tamil_Cha_04

A sample speech on Mangalyaan

Prepared by one of my students with the help of her Uncle

Respected Principal, teachers and dear friends,

A very good morning to all.

I am extremely happy this morning to have an opportunity to deliver a speech on the topic Mangalyaan.


Well,
when we go years back to check the history of India’s space missions,
failure was the usual refrain. The whole world wasted no time to laugh
at India’s attempts. But the unflinching determination of Indian
scientists have silenced them all. The fresh example we have at hand to
show our victory is the success of Mangalyaan, India’s Mars mission. You
know when PSLV blasted off carrying the orbiter on 5th November 2013, a
success was not at all expected by many as no country had made success
in the Mars Mission on the first attempt. But when things worked
according to the script, Mars orbiter precisely landed on the orbit of
the red planet. When millions watched with the bated breath, the
tri-colour  fluttered.


Let us all be proud to be Indians.

Jai Hind

To make reading and writing easy for beginners

To
make reading and writing easy for beginners
**************************************
→ Start with 3 letter
words – rhyming words are more preferred.
Eg. cat, rat, pat ,
pot, cot, lot etc.
→ Give an idea about
vowels and how they help in changing sounds like “a” is used as
“aa” in Malayalam, “e” is used for “ottappulli”, and
so on for all vowels.
→ Give several
examples, display them in charts. Highlight the vowels with different
colours.
Part,
mark, fan,
Set,
bed, pen
Charts like this should
be prepared for all vowels.
→ After giving lot of
reading and writing practices, ask them to find such words in their
text books or news papers or comics, and let them note it down.
→ Write small stories
and sentences for these children and give reading practices.
To
make them speak
→ Teacher should talk
very simple sentence frequently, not only in English periods, but in
other periods too, when the situation is suitable.
Eg: How are you? Shall we
start, let’s sing, I am tired, who is absent etc.
→ Talk about favourite
things.
Eg: I like paayasam. It
is very sweet.
My mother gave me
a blue dress. It has pink buttons.
Ravi likes bike.
He rides very fast.
I went to the
beach. I played in the water.
→ After giving such
examples, ask them to speak about their favourite things. Teacher
should boost their confidence by giving scaffolding and
encouragements like claps. They may not speak initially, then ask
them to write down their ideas and read.
To
make them write
→ Start with small
sentences. Here too teacher’s version is used first.
Show them some object and
describe it.
Eg: This is a small
flower. This is red in colour. It has five petals.
Ask a student to stand
and describe him/her.
This is Sonu. He is a
tall boy. He is wearing black sandals.
This kind of practices
will show some result within 2 months. Teacher should be very
patient. Can’t expect a leap in a short time. 
All the best
Suja Ramesh
LPSA, GTWLPS Nadupathy,
Palakkad
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