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English Video Lesson and Transaction Method - "My Village"

 This Animated Picture Video is designed to support and understand the reading part of the lesson given in the Andhra Pradesh Govt Primary Class-II English Textbook by me, and the theme of community helpers. Children watch the story, acquire the new vocabulary, understand the meaning of the new words, develop the reading skills, predict a story, retell the story and aware the importance of community helpers.            The main objective of the video is to develop the reading skills of the primary class children especially to develop and create English environment in the class in terms to support the teachers to reduce the usage of the first language in the transaction of a lesson.            Here I am describing the transaction of the lesson using this video and supplementary activities should follow to achieve the standards of the lesson. Language Level: Primary and below Learner Type : Beginners Activity: Watching a Short Film, Speaking, Reading and Creative thinking. Less

"Mrs Hen and Her Chickens Interactive Video - Prepared using H5P tool."

Lesson: Mrs. Hen and Her Chickens (Rhyme) Skills Targetted: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing and Creative Expression. Class: 3rd. Subject: English.                 This is a simple and enjoyable rhyme in class III. Children enjoyed it while signing the rhyme. Masks gave a special effect to make the classroom vibrant . Later they were comprehend by a writing task. I have edited the video using H5P tools to make the video interactive. Writing Activity: Read, Colour and Complete the gaps.

Kids Train - Innovative Teaching Model - Unit Transaction

Lesson: KIDS TRAIN, Class: III Language Skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Creative Writing.              The Unit Transaction of Kids Train was started with a rhyme......     Here comes the train Blowing Whistle toot toot toot...... ................................ ................................. Chuck chuck chuck.  Once children choreographed the rhyme, I asked them to identify the key glossary and gave stress to read and understand the meanings of the new words. After that, I asked a few concept checking questions to check their understanding of the content. What is the sound made by the train? When do the passengers get into the train? Why does the guard Jhonson wave the green flag?                       Later I gave an activity to prepare a train model by pasting the parts of the train on paper and asked them to colour the train and write the parts of the train and write the answers to the questions given on the topic. Through this a