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After learning those words, we introduce the pattern of Telugu Akshamala. I have introduced four letters and a few OTTULU only in each video as per the learning style and cognitive level of the low-performance children. It leads to disinterest to learn the Gunitham and backwardness in the subject and skills. Download Link. Telugu Lessons Videos. Post a comment. Most Viewed "Personal cleanliness and hygiene - Lesson plan and activities.
Personal hygiene is very important in our life. It's also a symbol of one's dignity and confidence. Why cleanliness and hygiene are important in our life to get healthy life is the main objective of the lesson. Cleaning in many cases is removing dirt, wastes or unwanted things from the surface of objects using detergents and necessary equipment.
Hygiene practice focuses on the prevention of diseases through the use of cleaning as one of several inputs. What are the people doing in the picture? What might be the time then? What do you do after waking up from sleep? What happens if you don't brush your teeth?
We should use soap for bathing daily. When do you t…. Read more. Learning a language requires a great deal of effort. Games help students to make and sustain the effort of learning.
Games provide language practice in the various skills — speaking, writing, listening and reading. They create a meaningful context for language use. Here I am going to describe a few games to teach and practice vocabulary. Onion Rings: This is a good game for practicing vocabulary, spellings and also a good speaking activity when you have a short dialogue you want to practice.
You do need room for this or could do it outside. First, divide the class into two. One half stands in a circle facing outwards, the other half stands in a larger circle around them facing inwards. Each pupil should be opposite another pupil. Many students find it difficult to write in a cohesive, interesting and fluent style.
When we ask students to write, often we are just testing their skills rather than teaching them how to write or how to improve their writing. Sometimes, stating clear rules and expectations is just not enough.
It may not work for all your students. What does that mean? It means that you can use non-intrusive motivation techniques that will inspire your students instead of scaring them. As a teacher, your role is to help each and every student improve themselves, acquire new skills, and become a better individual by the end of their time spent in school. So, here are my three techniques to help learners dig deeper when they write.
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