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- Class 7 Geography
- Class 7 History
- Class 7 Civics
- Class 7 Science
- Class 7 maths
- Class 7 English The Alien Hand
Class 6 English Honeycomb:-
|Chapter 1. Three Questions & The Squirrel||NCERT PDF|
|Chapter 2. A Gift of Chappals & The Rebel||NCERT PDF|
|Chapter 3. Gopal and the Hilsa Fish & The Shed||NCERT PDF|
|Chapter 4. The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom & Chivvy||NCERT PDF|
|Chapter 5. Quality & Trees||NCERT PDF|
|Chapter 6. Expert Detectives & Mystery of the Talking Fan||NCERT PDF|
|Chapter 7. The Invention of Vita-Wonk & Dad and the Cat and the Tree||NCERT PDF|
|Chapter 8. Fire: Friend and Foe & Meadow Surprises||NCERT PDF|
|Chapter 9. A Bicycle in Good Repair & Garden Snake||NCERT PDF|
|Chapter 10. The Story of Cricket||NCERT PDF|
Learning a language means using it for a wide variety of
purposes. Language is best acquired when attention is
focused on meaning, not on form.
v Words and phrases not closely related to objects and
action remain empty and lifeless to young learners.
Language comes alive when presented in meaning-making
v Words/phrases that are used to accomplish many useful
purposes follow a certain system inherent in the language
v Learners become familiar with the system through
continuous exposure to the language in meaning-focused
v Interaction, discussion and sharing of ideas among
learners provide opportunities that elicit ‘real’ information
about them and their experiences and opinions.
v Encourage learners to work in pairs and small groups
and let them go beyond the textbook by providing a
variety of language inputs for spontaneous and natural
use of language.
v Build on the exercises given in the textbook and design
more tasks/activities in keeping with learners’ interests,
needs and surroundings. Employ free-response exercises
(with more than one possible response).
v Promote reading habits through story-reading (not
merely teaching stories as texts), story-retelling, choral
reading, shared reading, etc.
v Create class libraries for exchange of books and shared
reading. The library may also move with children to the
next higher class.
Introduce Advertisement as a genre by introducing
advertisements on social concerns such as educating by
girl child, protecting an environment.
v Poems need not be taught line by line, word by word.
You may give a model reading but let every child read the
poem on her/his own to feel the richness of language,
rhythm and music of words. Exercises accompanying the
poem are more for understanding the poem as a whole
than for teaching language items.
v Encourage learners to tell new stories, narrate anecdotes,
compose short poems in English or their own language,
talk about pictures, illustrations in the book and cartoons
in newspapers/magazines. Don’t get anxious about the
errors they will make. Constant exposure, practice and
correction in the form of feedback will help them improve
themselves by and by.
v Every page has a column for words and meanings.
Encourage children to write down other words they find
difficult, along with their meanings, in this column.