Language

Roshani Dewangan

Language helps us to communicate our thoughts and feelings, establish and maintain social contacts and relationships and understand our society and culture. Initially, children are not able to use language for all these things but as they grow older, their linguistic skills improve, and they start using language for all the above-mentioned purposes.

Chandra Viswanathan

Background

Self Learning Materials for the children - this is what is needed at this moment, when the teachers aren't around and regular classes aren't happening. Shiksha Mitra has developed some worksheets which will really help children to think through and take them towards self learning.

Some samples are given below:

Video education workshop 2020

By OM_stationery | Jun 22, 2020

Hello Educators, 

How are you doing? How is your online teaching going on? What kind of problems are you facing now?

We have started a social initiative to help and support School teachers, Educators, schools, college lectures to teach online during these global pandemic. 

So many teachers in India have adopted to teach online using live conferencing tools like Zoom, Google Meet, WebEx. Most of teacher, lecturers have learned to teach online using video conferencing tools. 

But there are so many cons of teaching and studying using video conferencing apps. 

Link: https://wordsearchwizard.com

This site includes word search puzzles covering a variety of topics appropriate for primary grade, middle school and high school students, but many of the topics will be of interest to puzzle-engaged adults as well.

KidsRead2Kids is a Parents' Choice Award winning nonprofit website and YouTube channel that was started by Dyslexic and ADHD siblings to bring the joy and confidence back to the struggling reader. 

Prema Daniel

Language is the most important tool in a child's learning experience. Children are introduced to languages other than their mother tongue at a very early age. Most schools choose English as the medium of instruction because parents (and the public) want children to be exposed to English as early as possible, as it is seen as a stepping stone to success.

Geeta Ramanujam

Ranjani Raghavan

I am a Tamilian brought up in Mumbai. I could speak Hindi, English and Tamil by the age of three. I also started speaking Gujarati because I had Gujarati friends and I learnt a completely new language in the most natural way! But I still can't hold a conversation for more than five minutes in Marathi- a language I learnt for six years at school.

Ashvin Srivatsa

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