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"My House & My Family": Interactive Lesson Plan and Activities to Teach Online.

Lesson: My House and My Family. Grade: Primary Subject: English and Environmental science                          A family is made up of people who are closely related to each other. And a house is a place in which such people live. The lesson is having activities of both family and house. The activities are mixed with language content and moral values. It gives a scope to students to learn the language and also think about values.                               Activity 1: Circle the appropriate word:            Use the below picture to start an interaction with your students. Students may aware of the things and materials used to build a house. So ask your students some interactive questions before starting the activity. 1. How many rooms do you have in your house? 2. In which kind of house do you live in?   3. Whom do you live in your house?                Now ask your students, we need so many things and materials to build a house. The material may differ from house to house. So ob

Pillars of Modern India - The story of "Dr. B. R. Ambedkar" using 'StoryMap JS Tool.

 Lesson: The story of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. Grade: Upper primary Subject: English and social studies.                          Dr. B. R. Amdedkar, one of the eminent persons who laid the foundation for modern India and also one of the 'Pillars of Modern India'. He was the champion of the oppressed classes and the leader of all.                 ' Bhimrao started experiencing the pangs of untouchability right from his childhood. Though he experienced a bitter childhood, he became the writer of the Constitution of India. Ambedkar felt that lack of education is the root cause of caste discrimination in India. He decided to uplift the oppressed classes and remove caste barriers. Babasaheb was a voracious reader throughout his life. He had a great thirst for books. The services of Dr. Ambedkar to modern India were ever matchless.'               The lesson (story of Dr. B. R Ambedkar) is developed using 'StoryMap JS ' tool. When you start exploring the below map it wil

Lesson plan to Teach Moral Values - May I help you? - An interactive lesson plan and activities.

 Lesson: May I help you? Subject: English and Environmental studies. Class: Pre-primary and Primary Skills: Speaking, reading, and writing.                      Moral values are standards that help an individual choose between right and wrong or good and bad. This understanding is necessary to make honest, credible, and fair decisions in daily life. Knowing good moral values such as kindness, humility, courage, and compassion at an early age builds a child's character. It forms the very core of their being and becomes a foundation of their moral beliefs. This is why it's essential to start teaching them moral values while they're still children.                        The lesson and the activities are ignited your students ' How he/she is special? and What makes them special?' in order to make the value-oriented persons. It has a Ted-Ed video to comprehend your student's learning by answering simple questions at their home. Click here to answer the questions i

Let's play - (Indoor and outdoor games) - Ted Ed video lesson.

Lesson: Let's play Topic: Names of some Indoor and Outdoor games Grade: Pre-primary and primary Subject: English Objectives: Able to know the names of some indoor and outdoor games.                    Able to ask his/her favourite game.                              This is a video lesson to teach the names of some indoor and outdoor games. And you can also practice them the dialogue "What is your favourite game? My favourite game is...." After watching the video children can answer the questions in the 'think section. ' This can help the children to evaluate their understanding. Story:             Meera, Anu, Raju, and Ali went to school. After the lunch break their teacher told them to go and play.  They went to the playground. Ali said shall we play Kho-kho? But Raju said we will play kabbadi. They formed teams and played "kabaddi."  They had great fun.             Children, they played 'kabaddi.' What other game do you know? Which games do y