Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VILesson 1: Who did Patrick’s homeworkSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesListening for specific informationSpeakingReadingWritingTakes dictation for listening comprehension: preparing a list for staging a role playTakes part in different events such as role playReads prescribed text with comprehension, locates details, and identifies main idea, the sequence of ideas and eventsWrites dialogues from a story.Writes a personal diary.Individual taskGroup taskTLO: Transfer of information type:ACTIVITY 1: Read the paragraph aloud and fill in the blanks: Sheela loves ______________________instead of doing___________________. Sometimes she feels like ______________________ One day she caught a doll but it was not a doll at all, but a man of __________________________. The tiny man is also called ___________. He promised to do Sheela’s homework ifshe _________________from the cat.ACTIVITY 2: TLO: Word Attack : to find out meanings similar to the given phrases.Find out words similar in meaning to the following words/phrases:Somebody who does not know anything ____________________Lines or folds in something ________________________.To shout loudly _____________________________.Everyday routine work _______________________.to be tired ______________________ACTIVITY 3: TLO: Word Attack: to find out meanings similar to the given phrases.1. What lesson do we learn here? Conduct a role play/Speech showing Sheela as a responsiblegirl, who has learnt the mantra for success. You may use the following guidelines:Follow some rules for success, practise every day, focus on the work at hand, don’t be distracted, don’t give up even if you fail, learn to accept failure, learn from them,rise every time you fall, get ready to celebrate your success.Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VIHow the Dog Found Himself a New MasterSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesSpeakingReadingWritingSpellingVocabularyRelates ideas with personal experienceAsks questions based on the text/beyond the text/out of curiosityNarrates personal experience/anecdotes/stories read or heard like a visit to the zooMakes a list for various purposesIndividual TaskPair WorkACTIVITY - 1TLO: Makinglists for various purposes.1. Human Beings have domesticated and tamed wild animals over the centuries. Some have been tamed while others remain wild. Make a list of the two categories: Pets Wild Animals ACTIVITY 2.TLO: Writing the correct spelling1. Fill in the missing letters in the words below and read it aloud:Th_ _ r, compl_ _ n, su_ pri__ed, sni__f__d, str__ckSampleActivity 3TLO: Making appropriate sentencesMake meaningful sentences with the given set of words:Wonder---WanderThere----TheirPrincipal---PrincipleFarther----FurtherStare----StairSheep---ShipSubject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VIPoem 1:The KiteSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesListeningSpeakingWritingWord search-Listening to the narration and noting down the relevant words.Speaking on a given topic, developing points-Thinking and speaking.Describing an incident/Reporting an event.Individual TaskPair WorkACTIVITY 1TLO:To identify different traditional sporting events of the country. Traditional Sports of IndiaLook at the pictures above:Name the Sports in the pictures.Do you know how to play them? Describe the technique of playing them.Ask questions to your partner. Find out the details.ACTIVITY 2. TLO:To enact and describe an action and words related to them. 1.Mime the action in the class. Let the partner describe how to play the game.2.List out the action words and describing words in the narration.ACTIVITY 3. TLO: to conduct and commentate about an event, report about the experience.anise a Sports Day for your class. Conduct some traditional games like Kabbadi, Kho-Kho, Kite flying, Gulli-Danda etc. Teacher will assign different roles to students like Commentator, Scorer, and Reporter. ACTIVITY- 4.TLO: to construct appropriate sentences, write sentences and paragraphs coherently.1.Write a short paragraph describing your experience during the Sports Day playing or watching the traditional sports of the country, with the hints given below:First time observed traditional Sports----Different Events held—learnt about new games---Most don’t need special equipments-----not expensive---anyone can participate----felt excited about participating/watching. These events build stamina---helps in team-work. Commentators excited—all clapped and cheered.Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VILesson 3:Taro’s RewardSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesListeningReadingSpeakingWritingReads with comprehension, identifies main idea.Narrates Stories, Expresses feelings and emotions about social issues through Speech/WritingIndividual TaskPair WorkWhole Class discussionTLO: Students will be able to read clearly a given passage with proper pauses, stress and intonationACTIVITY - 11.Read aloud the story. What lesson do you learn from it?One kind word can warm three winter monthsAn 80 year old man was sitting on the sofa in his house along with his 45-year old highly educated son. Suddenly a crow perched on their window. The Father asked his Son, "What is this?" The Son replied "It is a crow". After a few minutes, the Father asked his Son the 2nd time, "What is this?" The Son said "Father, I have just now told you "It's a crow". After a little while, the old Father again asked his Son the 3rd time, "What is this?" At this time some expression of irritation was felt in the Son's tone when he said to his Father with a rebuff. "It's a crow, a crow". A little after, the Father again asked his Son the 4th time, "What is this?" This time the Son shouted at his Father, "Why do you keep asking me the same question again and again, although I have told you so many times 'IT IS A CROW'. Are you not able to understand this?" A little later the Father went to his room and came back with an old tattered diary, which he had maintained since his Son was born. On opening a page, he asked his Son to read that page. When the son read it, the following words were written in the diary: - "Today my little son aged three was sitting with me on the sofa, when a crow was sitting on the window. My Son asked me 23 times what it was, and I replied to him all 23 times that it was a Crow. I hugged him lovingly each time he asked me the same question again and again for 23 times. I did not at all feel irritated. I rather felt affection for my innocent child". While the little child asked him 23 times "What is this", the Father had felt no irritation in replying to the same question all 23 timesand when today the Father asked his Son the same question just 4 times, the Son felt irritated and annoyed. So...If your parents attain old age, do not repulse them or look at them as a burden, but speak to them a gracious word; be cool, obedient, humble and kind to them. Be considerate to your parents. From today say this aloud, "I want to see my parents happy forever. They have cared for me ever since I was a little child. They have always showered their selfless love on me. They crossed all mountains and valleys without seeing the storm and heat to make me a person presentable in the society today". Say a prayer to God, "I will serve my old parents in the BEST way. I will say all good and kind words to my dear parents, no matter how they behave. I hope In the Next birth when I am old, my son,you will not be irritated by me ... when the crow perches on my window".ACTIVITY -2. TLO: Students will be able to construct dialogues from a story.2. The son is ashamed of the way he behaved with his father. Now he wants to say how sorry he is, to have behaved the way he did. Here’s the conversation between them. Write the dialogues in the speech bubble given below:774065236855237109023495ACTIVITY - 3. TLO: Students will be able to attempt multiple choice questions on spellings ,word meanings, answering questionsYou have read the passage. Now choose five words in the box that show good qualities that we must all have :Humble, annoyed, considerate, irritated, kind, gracious, selfless,Make meaningful sentences with the words above. Can you name some other words which show positive qualities?Here are three sentences from the given passage. Choose the correct option which fits best.Father asked the son the same question Four times (ii) three times (iii) two times (iv) twenty-three timesFather brought with himA tattered book (ii) an old diary (iii) a new folder (iv) a tattered diaryI shall respect, love and care for my parents Because they always gave me foodBecause they sent me to schoolBecause they gave me a beautiful birthday presentBecause they gave me love and affectionFind the opposites of these words in the text above:(a) humble (b) obedient (c)selfless (d) humble (e) kindSubject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VILesson 4: An Indian American woman in SpaceSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesReadingSpeakingWritingVocabularySpellingLearning to read and write differences in spelling of the same word.Conducting an InterviewIndividual TaskPair WorkCreative Writing workshop-small group work –café discussionTLO: To write correct spelling and the differences that occurs in major English speaking nations. ACTIVITY 1. Have you noticed the difference in spellings between British spellings and American spellings?There are words which are pronounced differently too. Your teacher will demonstrate some examples, like schedule, marine, vitamin etc. List out some differently pronounced words inthe two countries.American EnglishBritish EnglishTLO: Students will be able to identify phrasal verbs, infer meaning of unfamiliar words by reading them in context.ACTIVITY 2. Read aloud the newspaper Report below about the first Indian woman mountaineer to climb the Mt. Everest. 2.Find out words in the passage which are similar in meaning to the following words /phrases: Peak of a mountain ____________________________To face _____________________________To choose ____________________________To face a terrible end ______________________To climb up ____________________________3. Use the phrases below to make sentences of your own. Refer the dictionary to find the meanings. Do you know what these phrases are called? Pressed on (b) opt for (c) give upTLO: Students will be able to speak coherently and conduct an interview with a celebrity/ professional asking relevant questions ACTIVITY 3.Imagine you are a newspaper Reporter. You have been asked to interview the first Indian woman to climb the Everest. Write the conversation. You may begin the interview with a greeting.You: Good Morning Ma’am. Congratulations for such a wonderful achievement.Bachendri Pal: Thank You.You: I want to know what kind of effort you put in for such a journey.B.P. Nothing can be achieved in a day.You:____________________________________________________________________ Bachendri:__________________________________________________________________________ You:________________________________________________________________________________ Bachendri:___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________TEST YOURSELF:Complete the following sentences using an appropriate determiner.Use few with a countable noun. Use less with an uncountable noun.1. There are ………………. mangoes on the tree.a) fewb) little2. She has …………….. good friends.a) fewb) the few3. Quite …………… students participated in the program.a) fewb) a fewb) the few4. She has a ……………. sister.a) littleb) small5. We have bought ……………… glasses.a) enoughb) too6. It is …………….. late to go out now.a) toob) very7. The team won only ……………. games.a) a fewb) fewc) the few8. …………….. friends that she has are dependable.a) The fewb) Fewc) A few9. I have …………… money than you.a) littleb) lessc) leastAnswers1. There are few mangoes on the tree.2. She has few good friends.3. Quite a few students participated in the program.4. She has a little sister.5. We have bought enough glasses.6. It is too late to go out now.7. The team won only a few games.8. The few friends that she has are dependable.9. I have less money than plete the following sentences using an appropriate preposition.1. The milkmaid was walking …………….. town.2. She had a pail of milk ……………… her head.3. I will buy ribbons ………………….. my beautiful curly hair.4. The book is ……………….. the table.5. The cat hid ……………….. the desk when the dog entered the room.6. Rashmi sat …………………. the door and waited for her father.7. Put the cake ………………. the box.8. A poor woodcutter dropped his axe ………………… the river.9. The fairy then brought ……………….. a golden axe.10. Plants and animals have a right ……………… life as much as we do.Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VILesson 5: A Different Kind of SchoolSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesSpeakingWritingListeningAwareness/Life skillWriting slogans and posters to emphasize about issues.Speaking and Writing Dialogues in Speech bubbles.Enacting roles of animals in a role playComposing a song in English on the relevant theme of Inclusive Education.Learning the value of Empathy.Pair WorkGroup WorkSampleActivity- 1. TLO: To speak fluently and logically from a visual input.Name the different animals that you see in the picture.Which are the Carnivorous animals?Which are the herbivorous animals?This is a picture from a fable. Do you know what a fable is?Why do you think they have come together?TLO: Students will be able to speak from a visual inputACTIVITY 2. Imagine they are having a meeting. What do you think they are discussing? Make a comic strip and write their conversation.-142875194945HEY YOU . WHERE IS MY FOOD?381000216535349567514033597155055880-14287529083066675198120HISS…SS.WHY SHOULD WE LISTEN TO HIM-15621001905481965014478097155002886075411480190501847851181100-7880350914400-599440-4857751358904714875-599440333375017780ACTIVITY - 3. TLO: Students will be able to compose a song on inclusion, celebrating differences, explaining the relevance of the motto ‘Unity in diversity’.1695450184150Let us all sing along……….Yes we can….Together we can go far..far…farther. Design Slogans and Posters showing the motto of ‘Unity in Diversity’.Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VILesson 6. Who I AmSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesSpeakingWritingListeningAwareness/Life skillGrammarSpeaking about one’s strength and weaknessListening and Speaking about your goal in life Asset Search-What kind of Intelligence do you have?NominalizationPair WorkGroup WorkIndividualACTIVITY 1TLO: Students will be able to identify, compare and contrast different kinds of skill sets they possess.Match the Intelligence with the Skills:I can calculate very fast.I love playing with numbersKinesthetic IntelligenceI love to play football. I can run very fast with the ballInterpersonal IntelligenceI am surrounded by friends. I love helping othersLiterary IntelligenceI love to draw. I want to be an Architect when I grow up.Numerical IntelligenceI love to read books. I love to learn new words everyday.Intra-Personal IntelligenceI love silence. I wonder about this vast Universe. Is there an afterlife?Spatial IntelligenceTLO: Students will play a quiz game to learn about Howard Gardner’s work on multiple intelligences and complete a worksheet to learn about their own academic and career development.ACTIVITY 2. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES TESTWhere does your true intelligence lie???This quiz will tell you where you stand and what to do about it.??Read each statement.??If it expresses some characteristic of yours and sounds true for the most part, jot down a "T." If it doesn't, mark an "F." If the statement is sometimes true, sometimes false, leave it blank.??1.??_____??I'd rather draw a map than give someone verbal directions.??2.??_____??I can play (or used to play) a musical instrument.??3.??_____??I can associate music with my moods.??4.??_____??I can add or multiply in my head.??5.??_____??I like to work with calculators and computers.??6.??_____??I pick up new dance steps fast.??7.??_____??It's easy for me to say what I think in an argument or debate.??8.??_____??I enjoy a good lecture, speech or sermon.??9.??_____??I always know north from south no matter where I am.10.??_____? ?Life seems empty without music.11.??_____??I always understand the directions that come with new gadgets or appliances.12.??_____??I like to work puzzles and play games.13.??_____??Learning to ride a bike (or skates) was easy.14.??_____??I am irritated when I hear an argument or statement that sounds illogical.15.??_____??My sense of balance and coordination is good.16.??_____??I often see patterns and relationships between numbers faster and easier than others.17.??_____??I enjoy building models (or sculpting).18.??_____??I'm good at finding the fine points of word meanings.19.??_____??I can look at an object one way and see it sideways or backwards just as easily.20.??_____??I often connect a piece of music with some event in my life.21.??_____??I like to work with numbers and figures.22.??_____??Just looking at shapes of buildings and structures is pleasurable to me.23.??_____??I like to hum, whistle and sing in the shower or when I'm alone.24.??_____??I'm good at athletics.25.??_____??I'd like to study the structure and logic of languages.ACTIVITY 3.TLO: Students will be able to complete a worksheet to learn about difference in parts of speech and Nominalization Complete the following Words: Intelligent ____________________ ____________________ Intelligence Sentences? ……………………………………… ………………………………………..... Word type? Noun ? Adjective ? Verb ? Noun ? Adjective ? Verb Meaning? ………………………………………. ………………………………………. ………………………………………. ………………………………………. ………………………………………. ………………Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VILesson 7. Fair PlaySkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesSpeakingListeningLife skillValueEducationOrganizing a class PanchayatListening to different points of view and arriving at a consensusInculcating sense of Empathy at others’ misfortuneLearning Team Work/collaborationDeveloping multiple perspectivesAppreciating the value of Fair play Pair WorkGroup WorkACTIVITY 1.TLO: Students will be able to organize a class panchayat, Dress up as Village panchayat members.1441450145415 Now our class will hold our very own class panchayat. You will select a group of responsible students as the class Panch. They will further select the Head Panch. Now, other members will think and write down any complaints or grievance that you have about your class mates. You can either hand it over or read out your complaint in the class. The Panch will get together, discuss and convey their opinion to the Head Panch. After careful discussion and much thought the Head Panch will deliver the Judgment. Remember Algu and Jumman? The whole class expects you to be fair and balanced in your judgment.ACTIVITY 2.TLO: Students will be able to allot roles, speak and write appropriate dialogues of a village panchayat in a classroom setting.1438275-179070Mahesh patidar : I have a serious complaint about my classmate. He is _____________________________________________________________________Panch member: So, what do you want/suggest ?Mahesh: I want Justice.I want ________________________________________Panch : We heard you.Now ______________________________________.We shall let you know of our decision after detailed discussion.Panch : Next?Student : Sir, I have a problem with ______________________________________________Panch: Don’t get personal. Talk only about your complaint.Student: Sorry Sir, _________________________________________________.It is ____________________________________________________________________Panch: We have heard you two. Now, it’s time for discussion among us.(The Panch discusss, decide and bring it to the notice of the Head Panch. The Head Panch now delivers the Judgment. No harsh judgment is allowed. It should be such where the wrong doer realizes his mistake, apologizes and promises never to do it again.)Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VILesson 7. A game of chanceSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesSpeakingListeningLife skillValue EducationOrganizing a Village FairNarrating a recreated experienceSharing one’s feelings in an appropriate language.Writing a piece of extended CompositionGroup WorkWhole Class ActvityACTIVITY 1.TLO: Students will be able to assign roles , set up stalls, conduct games, arrange, prepare and present music and dance and recreate a village fair. The teacher will guide the students to set an example of experiential learning.1403350233680-Organise a village fair in your classroom. You can also set up stalls in an open ground in the school. Your teacher will organize different groups. You will have to decide on your stall. What are the different things needed to put up the stall? Is it going to be a game stall, lucky dip or music and dance stall? Or something unique? Think. Discuss, prepare, practice, get set to organize your very own Class VI Mela. Give your Mela an attractive name. Invite other class students and teachers to your mela. Have fun. Don’t forget to write your experience in a paragraph. Read it aloud in the class. Select the group which had the most fun!ACTIVITY 2.TLO: Students will be able to write and narrate their experience in and about a village Mela1593850242570Write a paragraph about your experience in conducting a class mela. Have you seen a village Fair? If so describe it. If not, ask someone who has seen and recount their experience in your own words.Write and Share some of the things you can see in a village fair.ACTIVITY 3.TLO: Students will be able to write a guided CompositionWrite a composition about a village fair with he hints given below: Mahatma Gandhi used to say that if we want to see real India we should go to the village.-see the real spirit of Indian life, -go to see villagers celebrating their fairs.Last year I was invited by a friend to see a fair in his village - an annual affair, - attracted a large number of visitors The village was situated near Delhi - I travelled by cycle -reached my friend's house - a cloudy day.The villagers in large numbers- colourful best-children forcing his parents to buy toys.-juggler performing his tricks..The colorful dresses added to the beauty of the fair.I took leave -reached home - related my experiences -younger brother and sister.Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VILesson 7. The Banyan TreeSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesSpeakingListeningValueEducationObserving and sharing feelings and experiencesNarrating a personal experienceComparing and contrastingLearning Life’s lessons through NaturePair WorkGroup WorkACTIVITY 1.TLO: Students will be able to compare, contrast, make observation and arrive at conclusions 1. Have you ever lived in a Tree House? If Yes, describe it in five lines.2. If you have not, then see the pictures or ask a friend .Describe the house.3. What is the difference between an ordinary house we live in, and a tree house? 4. See the pictures below. If you are asked to choose, which house would you select to stay in? Give reasons for your answer.Now describe your experience living in a tree house for one day. What did you like about your stay? What problems did you face? ACTIVITY 2.TLO: Students will be able observe and relate their experiences ; attempt an extended piece of writing with the help of clues.9144003238501. Can you identify this tree? It is usually found in the tropical rain forest. This tree was the author Ruskin Bond’s favourite hiding place.2. Name the different parts of a tree.______________ ________________ ___________________ _____________ _____________ ________________ ____________ _________________3. Describe the functions of each part.______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________4. Birds build nests on the trees.What other creatures make trees their home?5. Observe closely a tree/trees close to your home or school. Do you see it sustaining many life forms? Make a diary entry of their lives . Share it in the class..6. What lesson do you learn from It. Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VIPoem 7 - The VocationPoem 5 - Where do all the teachers go?Skills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesSpeakingListeningValueEducationLife Skills: Observing and sharing feelings and experiencesNarrating a personal experienceComparing and contrastingLearning Life’s lessons through Nature Developing career maturityPair WorkGroup WorkACTIVITY 1.TLO: Students will be able to identify vocations, spell and describe them in appropriate language from visual clues.Identify the different vocations that you see in the picture. Write two sentences about them. Share your views with the class.__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________0412115___________________________________________________-29019502198370________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Can you name any new age (modern) vocation? Here are some clues.A- - r----t S---n----V---al---r D------rC—fTea ------Think some of your own. Mime them in the class. Let the class identify them.ACTIVITY 2.TLO: Students will be able to recognize their strengths and weakness, arrive at career decisions based on their likes and interests in life. 1 What is your aim in life? Write 6 sentences about it and read it aloud in the class.2. Draw a chart of the possible career/ vocation that you would like to choose? You have to give reasons for your choice. 3. Make two web Charts-one showing your Strength, that is, what you are good at ; another chart showing your weakness, what you are not good at. Show it to your parner.Does s/he agree with you? Make necessary corrections. Now, read it aloud to the class.4. Finally, you can make a Vision Board showing what you are going to be twenty years later. Make it colourful.Give an eye catching Slogan. That is your mantra in life.ACTIVITY 3.TLO: Students will be able to Spell, make new words with the same letter and play word gamesQ1. FUN WITH VOCAB.Given below are some incomplete words, Fill the gaps to make a complete word…AW__SO__EDI__ __LIH__SP__ __ALO__CA__ __ONCHOC__LA__EF__VO__ __ITEVOCAB__ __ARYB__ __UTIF__LD__ __ERT FL__ __ER P__TI__ __CE E__DURA__CE LE__ __ERS__IP CAP__ __ILI__Y S__ __ENCE SACR__ __ICE HON__ __R STRU__ __LE HEL__ __NG WI__ __OM I__TE__ __ __GENT G__ __TLE GE__ __ __OUS C__ __ __CIOUS SUCC__ __ __S 2. With your partner make new words starting with the same letter. Play a quiz game with the rest of the class.3. How many new words can you make with the letters in the same word? The pair with the maximum number of words wins the game. Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VIPoem 6 - The Wonderful wordsPoem 4 - BeautySkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesListeningSpeakingReadingWritingDesigning a crossword puzzle.Playing word games orally.Collaborating as a team to play games, mime and identify words Pair WorkGroup WorkACTIVITY 1.TLO: Students will be able to solve a crossword puzzle.This crossword puzzle involves languages of different countries. Identify the countries.Here is a Crossword Puzzle with Language as a common link. Make a crossword puzzle of your own using words as the common link.1314450577215ACTIVITY 2.TLO: Students will be able to identify salient features of seasons and choose appropriate words to describe them Seasons’ Alphabet Challenge1104900160655 FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH WORDS RELATED TO DIFFERENT SEASONS Delightful Spring AprilB _____________________C _____________________D _____________________ Summertime FunE ___________________F ______________________I ________________________ Rainy MagicJ ___________________________K _________________3536950200660L ____________________M _________________________ N __________________________O ______________________P ______________________ Autumn is coolQ _______________________ R_______________________ 3244850207645S________________________ T_______________________ U_______________________V______________________W______________________2863850-209550X______________________ Oh so cold winter!Y______________________Z_____________________ACTIVITY 3.TLO: Students will be able identify words through gestures, actions and verbal clues.Let us play Dumb Charade. Do you know the rules? Choose your partner. Your teacher will show one of you the word/s. S/He will try to mime the meaning of the word through hand gestures and body language. The partner will have to guess the word/s. You will only get three attempts, within a limited time to guess the word right.1028700338455 Let us play another game, called ‘What’s the good word?’ This time you can speak. You will get only three attempts. You have to give useful clues for your partner to guess the correct word. Fun, isn’t it? 3225800635ACTIVITY 4.TLO: Students will be able identify parts of speech through pictures and make sentences of their ownIdentify the different parts of Speech here.Can you make similar sentences like the ones given with the pictures?.-209550-222250-7620011830051905050800ACTIVITY 5.TLO: Students will be able compose poems ,l imericks on their own. What comes to your mind when you see these pictures? Share it with the class. In groups, compose a poem or song based on these pictures. You may add some pictures of your own. Do you find some things, feelings or actions that you find beautiful in your life? Look around you. Find out some beautiful images that are not always seen. Name them. Be creative.Write a paragraph on what you find the most beautiful .-60960217170Express the beauty of the following pictures in your own words:Subject: EnglishLEVEL: B1Class VILesson 10. The Banyan TreeSkills FocusedTarget Learning OutcomesSuggested StrategiesSpeakingListeningValueEducationObserving and sharing feelings and experiencesNarrating a personal experienceComparing and contrastingLearning Life’s lessons through Nature Pair WorkGroup WorkACTIVITY 1.TLO: Students will be able to compare, contrast, make observation and arrive at conclusionsHave you ever lived in a Tree House? If Yes, describe it in five lines.If you have not, then see the pictures or ask a friend .Describe the house.What is the difference between an ordinary house we live in, and a tree house? See the pictures below. If you are asked to choose, which house would you select to stay in? Give reasons for your answer.Now describe your experience living in a tree house for one day. What did you like about your stay? What problems did you face? ACTIVITY 2.TLO: Students will be able observe and relate their experiences ; attempt an extended piece of writing with the help of clues.9232903295651. Can you identify this tree? It is usually found in the tropical rain forest. This tree was the author Ruskin Bond’s favourite hiding place.2. Name the different parts of a tree.______________ ________________ ___________________ _____________ _____________ ________________ ____________ _________________3. Describe the functions of each part._________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________4. Birds build nests on the trees.What other creatures make trees their home?5. Observe closely a tree/trees close to your home or school. Do you see it sustaining many life forms? Make a diary entry of their lives . Share it in the class..6. What lesson do you learn from it?TEST YOURSELF:Complete the following sentences using an appropriate tense form.1. The manager …………………. to talk to you.a) wantb) wantsc) is wanting2. I …………………. a new laptop last week.a) boughtb) was buyingc) have bought3. The children …………………….. since early morning.a) are practicingb) have been practicingc) had been practicing4. I …………….. a lot of work today.a) didb) have donec) had done5. He will talk to you when he ………………… back.a) comeb) comesc) is coming6. The child ……………….. since yesterday.a) is missingb) has been missingc) had been missing7. I used to visit my grandparents frequently but now I rarely ………………a) gob) am goingc) have gone8. He will be surprised when he ………………… of your marriage.a) hearb) hearsc) is hearing9. I know all about that movie because I ………………….. it twice.a) watchedb) have watchedc) had watched10. My uncle ……………….. tomorrow.a) arriveb) arrivesc) will have arrivedAdd appropriate question tags to the following sentences.1. He is very naughty, ………………?a) is heb) isn’t hec) does he2. You won’t be late, …………………..?a) will youb) won’t youc) can’t you3. You shouldn’t behave like this, ………………….?a) should youb) shouldn’t youc) shall you4. She recognized him at once, …………………?a) did sheb) didn’t shec) does she5. He earns a fat salary, ………………….?a) does heb) doesn’t hec) did he6. Our team played well, ………………..?a) did theyb) didn’t theyc) do they7. He writes well, …………………..?a) does heb) doesn’t hec) did he8. We are satisfied with our lot, ……………….?a) are web) aren’t wec) do we9. She called him a liar, ………………….?a) did sheb) didn’t shec) does sheComplete the following sentences using appropriate conjunctions.1. He had to hire someone ………………….. work was piling up.2. A lot of people gathered there …………………. no one could do anything to save the child.3. The girls did …………………….. even their parents could not do.4. She started crying …………………… I asked her …………………. she hadn’t done any work.5. ……………………. you want your money back, you will have to return the bit of wisdom you took from me.6. …………………… Kabir’s poems are short and simple, they convey profound meaning.7. The journey was exhausting ……………………. we were happy to be back home.8. I waited for him ……………………. midnight, then I went home.9. I will not sell my car …………………. you offer me 100,000 dollars. ................
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