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Subject Wise Syllabus for 1st to 10th Class
This syllabus copy contains the objectives of teaching English at various stages, Academic standards and indicators, Syllabus grids, Textbook features, Transaction process, Teacher preparation and Planning, Teaching Learning Material, Evaluation Procedures and Continuous Professional Development. It also includes the reference sources in language at the end.
Children are the gift of mankind to mankind. They are the hopes of our future. Let them engage meaningfully and allow them to speak and write. Let’s democratize the classrooms. Mutual respect and trust should take in the place of disbelief in the classroom. Let confidence take the place of fear in the learners.
We want ‘speaking’ classes and not ‘silent classes’. Let the voices of learners come out using language. Let’s treat the learners as co-constructors of knowledge and not as empty receptacles. Let them assert themselves. Let them express and argue. That’s real production of language.
The syllabus copy will be helpful for the teachers and teacher educators in understanding the curricular goals and realizing them through meaningful classroom transaction in tune with the innate ability of the child. The SCERT AP Hyderabad appreciates the efforts of the members of the textbook development committee in developing this syllabus copy for the benefit of the teachers.
Children’s voices, experiences and expressions do not find in the classroom -often the only voice heard is of the teacher. When children speak, they are usually answering the teacher’s questions or repeating the teacher’s words.
They rarely do things, nor do they have opportunities to take initiatives. The curriculum must enable children find their voices, nurture their curiosity – to do things, to ask questions and to pursue investigations, sharing and integrating their experiences with school knowledge- rather than their ability to reproduce textual knowledge. Children will learn in an atmosphere where they feel they are valued.
Children learn in variety of ways – through experience, making and doing things, experimentation, reading, discussion, asking, listening, thinking and reflecting, and expressing oneself in speech, movement or writing- both individually and with others. They require opportunities of all these kinds in the course of their development. – NCF 2005 and SCF 2011
All Subjects Syllabus for Primary and High School
|1||1st to 10th Classes|
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|2||8th to 10th Classes|
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|3||6th to 7th Classes|
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