AP Schools “Class Readiness Programme – 3R’s Programme” Guidelines, Schedule:
Class Readiness: class II to X: to ensure that children acquire the stated academic standards to continue in the present class.
a) To make children of classes II to X to learn pre-requisite skills necessary for the entry of the promoted class in the new academic year in all the curricular subjects.
b) For primary the focus will be on Telugu, English, and Maths. In case of upper primary and high schools the focus will be curricular subjects.
c) To revisit the concepts, recap the learning of the previous academic year which is mentioned in the school syllabus and teachers handbooks designed by SCERT.
d) To impact the basic skills for those children who are lacking such as Reading, Writing and simple arithmetic i.e. 3R’s
e) To Improve the retention rate, in other words to reduce drop out due to non learning or less learning.
Time Table (Class II-V):
Morning Session: June month portion from text books are to be taught
Afternoon Session: as part of class readiness programmme, day wise activities given in the class readiness module i.e., remedial teaching/tutoring/individualized teaching to be done in a creative manner.
Time table for (class VI to X):
1. For classes 6th 10th , among the 48 periods, 30 periods are to be allocated to regular syllabus teaching and remaining 18 periods are to be allocated for class readiness programme for the subjects, Telugu, Urdu, English, Hindi, and Maths.
2. During the day, periods from morning session to be allocated to the class readiness programme in Tlugu, English, Hindi and maths afternoon session periods are to be allocated for regular syllabus.
3. Teacher should decide and divide the remedial teaching periods as per children performance.
4. Remedial teaching should be carried out hand to hand without disturbing the regular subject teaching.
5. Every week the progress of the child shall be recorded.
6. Invite the parents to the school to gain firsthand experience how the readiness programme is organized in the interest of the children. Interact with the parents on strengths and weakness of the child.
7. On 15th August, 2016, organize SMC meetings and invite parents and demonstrate the pupil performance achieved during the period of Readiness programme. The CwSN of IERCs who attained minimum levels of academics will be mainstreamed in the school on 13th August,2015.
1. Every child should have acquired B or A grade in the mother tongue (Telugu&Urdu) and Mathematics.
2. Every child should be able to read and write in the mother tongue and do the mathematics correctly.
3. Every child should be able to read and write sentences correctly in the mother tongue and should have acquired creative skills and language skills as per the class specific academic standards.
4. Every child should be able to do the class relevant fundamental processes in mathematics and should have acquired the stated skills in mathematics as per the academic standards.
Target Group: children who are admitted m classes II to X, Telugu/Urdu, English, Hindi &Maths.
Time line: June 15th to 13th August 2016 (45 days Programme)
1. Class Readiness and School Readiness Modules supplied in Primary and Upper primary levels in previous year
2. Workbooks meant for summer camps for children of classes I&II and Ill, IV,&V, Snehabala cards and Text books and any other relevant material suitable to the levels of the children.
3. Concerned teacher should prepare the activities according to the needs of the child.
1. Out of a total 48 periods at the primary level, 20 periods should exclusively be meant for Mother Tongue & Mathematics only and the remaining hours for the teaching of the other subjects.
2. Daily Home work should be given and it should be corrected.
3. Maintain the children’s performance register based on the earlier Annual Assessment Survey grading or any base line grading for 45 days readiness programme.
4. Get the Annual Assessment Survey results conducted by the SCERT use it as the baseline/pre line for 2015-16 for class Ill, V& VIII and the reaming classes the teacher should conduct the pre test on the below levels of each subject of Telugu/Urdu,, English, Hindi and maths
5. To record the class wise subject wise student performance of pre line and end line results in the prescribed formats of each school.
6. Every teacher should mentain the children performance track records according to the levels furnished by SPO.
7. Record the progress of the child level wise i.e., in Languages ( Class II to V) Telugu/U rdu, English and Hindi)
1. Level I: Identification, Pronunciation and recognition of the alphabet
2. Level II: Writing the alphabet
3. Level III: Identification, Recognition, and Pronunciation oflanguage items.
4. Level IV: Reading and Writing of the Language items.
5. Level V: Reading and Writing of the words in the mother tongue.
6. Level VI: Reading and Writing sentences (simple words and simple sentences)
7. Level VII: Perfection in the language skills.
8. Record the progress of the child level wise i.e., Maths (Class II to V):
1. Level I: Identification, Pronunciation and recognition of the Numbers
2. Level II: Writing the Numbers
3. Level III: To be able to do the two digits subtractions according to the class standards.
4. Level IV: to be able to do the two digits multiplication according to the class standards.
5. Level V: to be able to do the two digits divisions according to the class standards.
6. Level VI: to be able to grasp the tables according to the class standards.
(Note: No.of digits should be increased according to the class level.)
9. Record the progress of the child level wise i.e., in Languages ( Class VI to X)-Telugu/U rdu, English and Hindi):
1. Level I: Reading
2. Level II: Writing
3. Level III: Comprehensive Reading and Writing
4. Level IV: Creativity
10. Record the progress of the child level wise i.e., Maths (Class VI to X):
1. Level:I Able to do Properties and Applications of Number System
2. Level:II Basic Geometrical Concepts and constructions
3. Level:III Algebraic Concepts/Expressions
4. Level:IV Mensuration
5. Level V: Data table reading
A. Role of the Teachers:
1. To identify the children those who are lagging behind the basics in Mother tongue and Mathematics.
2. To maintain the performance levels track registers
3. To prepare the activities and to utilize low cost and no cost TLM
4. To follow the time line schedule, and
5. To ensure that every child acquires the stated Reading, Writing and Arithmetic in Mother tongue and in Mathematics before 5th August 2015.
After completion of the training programme every child should attain the basic skills in languages and Mathmatics.
B. Role of the HM:
1. to conduct weekly meeting to review the children’s performance,
2. to provide necessary academic support and monitor every class,
3. To take the responsibility to implement the programme.
C. DPO Guidelines/DEO:
1. Communicate the role ofHMs and teachers in implementation the programme.
2. Communicate to all the MEOs and all HMs to attend the teleconference on zo” June 2015 from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm on this programme.
3. To arrange and communicate the teleconference and also furnish the list of working centers also inform to the HMs of teleconference to arrange it.
4. To furnish the children performance at the end of the programme in the prescribed format. (Annexure-l )
5. To constitute the monitoring teams