In the reference 1st read above, Government accorded permission for up-gradation of sixteen Backward Classes Welfare Residential Schools into Junior Colleges from the current academic year i.e., 2016-17.
2. In the reference 2nd read above, B.C. Welfare Department have requested to sanction certain additional posts in (16) sixteen upgraded Junior Colleges from the academic year i.e. 2016-17.
3. Government, after careful examination of the proposal of the Backward Classes Welfare Department hereby accord sanction for 240 (two hundred and forty only) teaching and non teaching posts on regular basis in the (16) sixteen upgraded Junior Colleges as shown below:-
PROCEEDING OF THE DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION & STATE PROJECT DIRECTOR
SSA, TELANGANA, HYDERABAD
Present: Sri G. Kishan, I.A.S.
Rc. No. 405/D/C&T/SCERT/2015 Dated: 26.09.2016
Sub: SCERT, Telangana Hyderabad - Conduct of Summative Assessment Examinations(SA-1) from 22nd October 2016 to 2nd November 2016 - Revised Schedule- Orders Issued -Reg.
Ref:- 1. Proceedings Rc. No. 405/D/C&T/SCERT/2015, dt 23.08.2016 for the Director of School Education & Ex-Officio Project Director, Model Schools, Telangana, Hyderabad.
2. Representation from PRTU, Dt. 22-09-2016
All the RJDSEs, DEOs, POs of SSA are hereby informed that, vide reference cited, orders have been issued communicating the time table to SA-I to be started from 22nd October to 2nd November 2016.
In this context it is decided revise the SA-1 schedule keeping in view the Naraka chathurdashi on 29th october 2016( an Optional Holiday), and reschedule the same examination to the subsequent working day i.e., on 31st Octorber 2016 and so on
There, the revised schedule for condect of the SA-1 Examitnation i.e., from 27th October 2016 to 3rd November 2016 is given hereunder
The following activites are suggested to develop learner competence in listening and speaking
Activity : A short story for listening and speaking
Open the following video link and listen to the story "The First well".
Observe the pronunciation of key expressions.
Pauses and voice modulation
1) Freeze frame and predict: What would you do if you were in place of the king to solve the problem?
2)Silent viewing activity: Show the video without audio and ask them to narrate the story as it is going on.
3)Sound on vision off activity: Ask the participants to listen and tell/ say who is speaking
After viewing (Outcome)
Ask the participants to narrate the story in their own words.
For an English Teacher: After leing exposed to a variety of authentic listening inputs, the learner practices her/his speech using the authentic models she/he has listened to. Thus the teacher develops good speaking skills
The teacher hasto perform 2 tasks in the classroom: • Give model listening input • Help the learner to form good speaking habits. (Ex: - avoiding pronunciations like ‘garal’ instead of ‘girl’, ‘warest’ instead of ‘worst’)
For a Mathematics Teacher: After being exposed to a variety ofauthentic listening inputs on shapes, sizes, symbols and graphical representations, a maths teacher gets acquainted with the expressions that would be apt for a Mathematics classroom.
The teacher has to perform 2 tasks in the classroom: • Use mathematical expressions regularly and freely iii the classroom contexts. • Help the learner to use mathematical expressions in English naturally
For an EVS Teacher: After being exposed to a variety of listening inputs that deal with scientific concepts and terminology related to environment, community, culture, social issues etc., the teacher gets acquainted with the required key expressions that can be effectively use in the classroom
The teacher has to perform 2 tasks in the classroom.
use key expressions to explain, describe, demonstrate, guide and facilitate during the teaching learning process.
Help the learner to use the terminology related to science and technology, culture, community, environment etc. freely i their speech.
Listening and Speaking are the most crucial areas while learning to communicate in a foreign language. There are many varieties ofEnglish which creates a kind ofambiguity, a variety as a model to follow in the classroom processes is very difficult. As of now, our aim is to make the teacher comfortable in using English in various classroom situations along with some day to day activities wecome across.
Listening and speaking can’t be taught but only be developed by exposing the learner to various authentic audio-visual material and creating situations. for them to listen and speak naturally on the exposure provided. Initially, listening and speaking have got nothing to do with formal grammar rules and specific vocabulary. Listening is a natural way to learn English. Through listening to English, the learners are led naturally into speaking. By listening to various utterances, learner gradually develops the ability to produce and use language and to interact with others in extension. Learning to Listen:
When learners listen in English, they are actively engaged in making sense of what they hear and construct language to speak.
Hence, this short course is intended to expose the learners either to some authentic listening material in the form ofaudio, video and model input. While Listening...
• Learners become familiar with the rhythm, sounds and intonation of English.
• Learners recognize, understand and initially respond to language nonverbally before they produce something verbally.
• Through continuous exposure of listening materials, learners get farniliarized with meaning making process rather than going with mere isolated sounds.
Learning to Speak:
Speaking is a complex skill. Our natural instinct to imitate the mother tongue while speaking English may lead us to speak in an unintelligible manner that would not serve the purpose of learning and communicating in English. Speaking skills are broadly divided into two areas.
1. Oral Interaction
*Ability to ask and answer questions
*Able to converse with others.
* Ability to produce language. (Ex: a rhyme, description, telling a story etc.)
It is important to develop both the areas for promoting effective speaking in English.
How do we Go...
Motivation: One should have strong intention *I want to listen and speak*
Purpose: Your purpose o f the language function has to be clear.
Preparation: Select proper linguistic input.
Listen to the input: Pay attention to the rhythm, sound and intoantion while listening.
Meaning making process: While participating, the purpose should be given utmost importance.
Here we are providing 6th class Mathematics projects book which is very very useful to all Teachers and students. Teachers are requested to download the 6th class project work manual Make the students to write the project in the appropriate month.
Here we are providing 10th class physics experiments. These experiments
are very useful to students to understand the all chapters clearly. If
student completely understand the subject thoroughly then they become
capable to write the examination successfully
As per the Guidelines Given in the Rc. No.405/C & T/SCERT/2015 Dt: Sep-2016
The remedial teaching (3Rs Program) has been conducted in all the
primary, Upper Primary and High Schools during the year 2016-17. A End
line test was proposed by the Director of School Education in Telangana
Physical education programs in schools directly benefit students'
physical health. Getting the recommended amount of exercise combats
obesity, which subsequently reduces the risk for diabetes, heart
disease, asthma, sleep disorders and other illnesses. Regular exercise
also contributes to cardiovascular health and promotes muscle and bone