3R’s Programme guidelines,schedule,Guidelines for the implementation of Class Readiness programme for 2018: TS Schools Class Readiness Programme-3R’s Programme/ Remedial Teaching Guidelines, Schedule: Class Readiness Programme & 3-R’s Programme Guidelines and Schedule,Implementation of 3-R’s Programme for Improving the basic competencies in reading, writing and arithmetic for all students in primary,Upper Primary and High Schools. Bale line, Edline test for 3R’s Programme.
3-R’s Programme from March 21 to April 23, 2017:
1. Implementation of 3-R’s Programme: Implementation of 3-R’s Programme (Improving the basic competencies in reading, writing and arithmetic for all students in primary,Upper Primary and High Schools) : In addition to the starting of the syllabus from 21st March 2017 onwards, the HMs must also plan for conduct of remedial teaching for the children who are unable to read, write and perform arithmetic. As per the survey from ASER and as well as School Education about 40 to 50% of children are unable to read and write in mother tongue and about 60 to 70% in English. Similarly children are very poor in basic arithmetic operations.
2.Pre Test/ Baseline test and also Endline test: Therefore all the Head Masters of Primary Schools, Upper Primary Schools and High Schools shall take up special remedial classes for the children separately from 21st March to 23rd April with conducting some Baseline test and also Endline test for assessing the improvement. The existing material in schools i.e, ~ SLIM cards, ~ Library books and ~ Class I and II Text books may be used for the strategies to improve the basic competencies.
3. Staff Meeting: For this the Head Master need to conduct a meeting with staff and define the roles and responsibilities of each staff member and ~ Timings for remedial classes,
~ Targets and
~ Develop plan of action for improvement with specific targets.
4. Post/TestEnd line Test: At the end they should conduct one end line test and furnish the report on progress to the concerned School Complex Head Master and Mandal Educational Officers. All the School complex Head Masters are responsible in their complex area for the implementation and improving the basic competencies.
|1||Half day schools||15th to 23rd April, 2017|
|Half day schools timings||8 AM to 12.30 PM for TS Schools|
|SSC Exam centre High Schools timings||1 PM to 5 PM|
|2||New Academic Year Starts from||21st March, 2017|
Required Text books Collection from Mandal Point:
|16 to 20-03-2017|
|4||Text Books distribution||21-03-2017|
|6||3 Rs Programme||21st March to 23rd April, 2017|
|Baseline Test/Pre Test||24-03-2017|
|End line Test/Post test||Before 23-04-2017|
|7||Badi Bata Programme|
Badi Bata Spell I:
|03-04-2017 to 13-04-2017|
|8||Badi Bata Spell II:||01-06-2017 to 13-06-2017|
Class Readiness Programme Schedule:
As per Proceedings,Telangana SSA has decided to implement the Class Readiness for classes II to VIII from 15th June onwards to 14th August, 2016. In this subject, detailed guidelines for Launch of School Readiness and Class Readiness Programme for the year 2016-2017 have been issued by them. Class Readiness program details as follows…
Conduct of Class Readiness programme for the children of classes II to VIII from 15th June onwards.
1. 15th to 30th June, 2016: Revision/ Revisit/Recap of important concepts/skills of previous class.
2. 15th June to 15th July, 2016: Teaching of basic concepts/skills for those children who lack them.
3. 15th June to 14th August, 2016: Teaching of 3 R’s i.e Reading, Writing and simple Arithmetic for those children who lack 3-R’s.
4. Make arrangements in the schools for the Radio programme through AIR for 15 min every day for six weeks targeting the children of class-1 and II, broad casting rhymes, stories, conversations from 20-06-2016 onwards.
5. The eligible CwSN who attained minimum level to be mainstreamed in to PS & UPS from lst August to 14th August 2016 in a phased manner.
Class Readiness Programme Objective:
The objective of the programme(15 June to 15th August) is
1. To make children of classes II to VIII to learn pre-requisite skills necessary for the entry of the promoted class in the new academic year in all the curricular subjects. For Primary, the focus will be on Telugu, Maths and English. In case of Upper Primary sections, the focus is on all curricular subjects.
2. 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.
3. To impart the basic skills for those children who are lacking such as Reading, Writing and simple arithmetic i.e 3-R’s.
Action plan of the Class Readiness programme
1. These programme will be conducted with three different time lines As per the learning levels of the children, in each class the children are divided into following three groups.
Group-A (15-30th June, 2016):
In this group, the children who have the knowledge of requisite concepts and skills, who need revision or recap of the concepts learnt earlier in the previous class.
Group-B (15th June to 15th July, 2016):
In this group, those children who lack basic concepts or requisite concepts or skills are offered remedial teaching and the support for learning these essential concepts which enables them to transit smoothly into the new entry class.
Group-C (15th June to 15th August, 2016):
In this group the children who lack basic competencies such as Reading, Writing and simple Arithmetic are subjected to rigorous coaching by the teachers within the school hours and extended hours for a period of two months.
3R’s Programme Guidelines:
(15 June to 30th September)
1. Base line test(Pre Test): A base line test which will be in the diagnostic form (Pre-test) shall be conducted in the specified subjects on 15th June, 2016 for classes II to VIII. The aim of the test is to identify the basic concepts, skills where children are lacking the standards as impediment for further learning.
2. Children who perform very poorly in reading, writing and arithmetic, such children may be identified and recorded their performance in the format used in summer camp held in May 2015.
3. Respective subject teachers and class teachers will prepare the test items and conduct the test.
4. By 16th June, 2016, the teachers will evaluate the answer scripts and identifies the child wise learning difficulties and categorizes the children into above said three different groupings. Accordingly the teacher conducts remedial teaching through individual teaching, group teaching and peer interaction.
5. For the above said days the class readiness programme for classes II to VIII, will takes place in morning session i.e., remedial instruction, practice work. On 15th August, 2016, organize SMC meeting 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 15th August 2016.
6. Post Test/End Line Exam: At the end of the programme on the last day, the children will undergo post test using the same question paper used in the base line test. The gap between pre-test and post test indicates the progress of the child during the period of the Readiness programme.
7. Day wise time table with details of topics to be covered are given. Hence, the printed module supplied to the school in the last academic year, shall be used during the programme. Teachers have to read the module and prepare innovative and creative activities for the children.
8. The revision part in the textbooks, workbooks used for summer camps 2015, the Snehabala cards, Easy English cards, Katha vachakaalu library books and other available material shall be used for revision, concept reinforcement and for remedial teaching.
9. Teachers should decide and divide the remedial teaching periods as per children performance.
10. Remedial teaching should be carried out hand to hand without disturbing the regular subject teaching.
11. Every week the progress of the child shall be recorded by concerned teachers.
12. 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.
Morning session: As part of class readiness programme, day wise activities given in the class readiness module to be done in a creative manner;
Afternoon session: June month portion from text books are to be taught
1. For classes 6th to 8th, among the 48 periods, 30 periods are to be allocated to regular syllabus teaching and the remaining 18 period are to allocated for Class readiness programmes for the subjects Telugu, English, Hindi and mathematics.
2. During the day, periods from morning sessions to be allocated to the class readiness programme in Telugu, English, Hindi and mathematics as shown below:
|Subject||Period allocated for class readiness programme||Periods allocated for Regular syllabus|
3. Teachers are required to make a detail timetable for the above periods in a week and exhibit it on the wall for the convenience of the students to plan creative activities.
4. Teachers should decide and divide the remedial teaching periods as per children performance.
5. Remedial teaching should be carried out hand to hand without disturbing the regular subject teaching.
6. Every week the progress of the child shall be recorded.
7. 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. Organize SMC meeting and invite parents and demonstrate the pupil performance during the period of Readiness programme.