Reading -

• Reading simple words or sentences with the help of pictures and understand them.

• Reading a short passage independently having simple sentences and comprehend the meaning also.

• Reciting a poem with correct rhythm.

• Reading the lessons with fluency.

• Reading aloud with specific guidance from the teacher.

Writing -

• Framing simpler sentences using a naming word, action word and a describing word.

• Expressing themselves and their school in one or two sentences.

• Writing a short informal friendly letter to friends.

• Explaining and describing a given topic like birds, animals, etc. in 3-4 sentences.

• Write their answers independently with correct construction.

• Learn that a sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop.

Grammar -

• Understanding nouns (name, place, animal, thing) and action words and apply the same while writing any sentence.

• Learning about tense and its specific uses and make the correct use of tense in sentences.

• Making correct use of prepositions, conjunctions etc. both verbal and in written.

• Learning to frame questions using wh- words of their own choice.

• Constructing grammatically correct sentences using a noun, verb, and preposition, tense with guidance.

• Applying the correct usage of articles- a, an, the in any given sentence.

Speaking -

• Encouraging to have basic interpersonal communication amongst friends.

• Speaking fluently and respond correctly in one or two sentences.

• Speaking about themselves, their likes and dislikes.

Listening -

• Developing the ability to listen , understand and employ verbal communication to draw inferences.

• Listening to a short passage and comprehend their meaning.

• Matching pictures with their descriptions as per instructions.

• Following instructions to complete a picture or a flowchart.

• Listening to an audio and comprehend answers.

• Knowing , reading, understanding and identifying numbers up to 200.

• Identifying the place value of numbers and also understand the expanded forms of numbers.

• Recognizing odd and even numbers.

• Distinguishing between ordinal and cardinal numbers and their usage in different spheres of life.

• Counting forward and adding numbers to get the sum total in a given situation.

• Counting in various ways: i.e. starting from any number, group counting etc.

• Ordering, identifying, applying, counting forward and comparing 1 and 2 digit numbers.

• Visualizing to identify, order, take away, decrease and compare numbers according to place value.

• Form numbers and identify greatest and smallest digits.

• Learning to add and subtract greater numbers.

• Adding and subtracting two digit numbers by drawing representations of tens and ones without and with regrouping.

• Adding zero to a number and subtract zero from a number.

• Observing the commutative property of addition through patterns.

• Solving addition, subtraction problems presented through pictures and verbal description.

• Describing orally the situations that correspond to the given addition and subtraction facts.

• Estimating the result of addition and subtraction and compare the result with another given number.

• Knowing and exploring about themselves & their hobbies and also encouraging them to express themselves.

• Accepting and appreciating diversity and successfully analyse the diversified culture of our country.

• Understanding the importance of the rules in school and implementing in their day to day life.

• Understanding the importance of nutrients present in different kinds of food and balanced diet to have a healthy life.

• Evaluating the essential services that a neighbourhood should offer and comprehending the role of important people in our neighbourhood for better functioning of a society.

• Appreciating the great variety of plant life on Earth and the role it plays for making this planet, a better place to live in.

• Analysing the importance of habitat in life of animals- How they help us and also understand our dependence on animals for various things. Also suggest ways to take care of animals.

• Reciting a poem independently with correct rhythm.

• Reading simple stories according to their interest.

• Reading their lessons fluently with clear pronunciation.

• Reading a simple unseen passage and comprehend the meaning with guidance.

Writing -

• Writing their own answers with correct construction.

• Writing simple poems using rhyming words.

• Writing a paragraph describing a picture within 3-4 sentences.

• Constructing their own answers using different vocabulary.

• Writing about a picture caption independently.

• Employing their skills in a creative manner to write a beautiful paragraph.

Grammar -

• Constructing grammatically correct sentences with guidance.

• Knowing about naming words i.e Noun and its two types- Common noun and Proper noun and apply both in verbal and written.

• Understanding what are pronouns, prepositions, adverbs, adjectives and apply the understanding both in conversation and written form.

• Knowing how to change from singular to plural form.

• Understanding the usage of prefixes and suffixes and correct punctuation marks like full stop, comma, question marks, inverted comma, exclamatory marks and capital letters.

• Establishing agreement of the subject with verb in a sentence.

• Knowing about application of joining words or conjunctions and join sentences.

• Knowing to break syllables in words for correct pronunciation.

• Know about the application of present continuous tense and past continuous tense and its usage.

• Identification of words with /a / and /e/ vowel sounds.

• Differentiating between joining words or Compound words.

Listening –

• Listening to an audio and comprehend answers.

• Listen attentively to others and answer questions put forward by the teacher.

• Recognizing the pronunciation of different words.

• Listening to peer conversation and comment on it.

Speaking -

• Narrating his or her experience in two or three sentences.

• Enacting roles on a short play or drama.

• Speaking a few lines on a given topic confidently in front of the class or in a group of people.

• Usage of polite words during conversations.

• Describing happenings of their day-to-day life.

• Speak fluently and respond in correct sentences.

• Use the techniques of grouping of equal set of numbers or multiplication in their day to day lives.

• Discussing situations involving repeated addition and equal sharing.

• Engaging in activities of making equal groups.

• Learning multiplication tables up to 15.

• Knowing the pattern in tables and multiplication of 2-digit numbers.

• Understanding multiplication using group and through regrouping.

• Preparing students for division by applying the concept of repeated subtraction.

• Understanding that all of us have similar body parts but look different from others and accept people’s physical differences. And also analyse different functions of our senses.

• Encouraging our students to speak and talk about their family which helps them understand that a family lives together and provides us all necessary amenities and supports us every time.

• Realising the importance of having healthy & balanced diet, for proper growth and development of body.

• Emphasising on Water as essential component to survive for any type of living being.

• Analysing significance of neighbourhood and how its maintenance affects us. Also appreciate dignity of labour and respect all kinds of jobs.

• Informing about the importance of different means of transport & communication and how means of communication has changed over the time. Arouse creativity amongst students to create something new for the roads of 2057.

Reading -

• Acquiring ability to read and understand any given written test.

• Developing habit of reading for information, pleasure and confidence.

• Reading a passage and comprehend the meaning.

• Reciting a poem with correct rhythm.

• Reading simple story books of their own interest.

• Reading their lessons correctly without any guidance.

Writing -

• Constructing simple answers of reflective questions.

• Composing simple poems with a lot of enjoyment.

• Writing a few lines on a given topic by applying all the grammatical concepts.

• Describing certain events in at least three to four sentences.

• Knowing to write autobiography.

• Knowing to write the steps of a particular recipe and a recipe of their favorite dish in a sequence.

Grammar -

• Establishing agreement of the subject-verb and their usage in sentences.

• Applying grammatical skill in worksheets without any help.

• Constructing grammatically correct sentences without guidance.

• Knowing about action words or “verb”, adverbs, being verbs, has, have, had verb and its usage.

• Learning about homophones and its different meanings.

• Familiarizing with opposite words with ‘un’ and ‘dis ’and use the same in real life.

• Learning at least 20 words with silent letters.

• Applying the usage of punctuation marks in any given sentence.

• Identifying statements, questions and improper sentences and correct it.

• Encouraging to sort out terms of collective nouns from a given sentence.

Listening -

• Listening to dictation clearly and also write the same in proper spelling.

• Listening to simple stories read out by the teacher and answers simple questions.

• Comprehending the meaning of an easy conversation and employ their conversation skill in a creative manner after listening.

• Listen to an interview and develop vocabulary while giving comment.

• Match pictures with their simple descriptions.

Speaking -

• Expressing about some events and converse correctly with minimal mistake.

• Speaking about their daily life with a lot of expressions, reasoning, and justify their logic.

• Speaking about simple topics in few sentences.

• Measuring things using the different units of measurement and familiarize with the different tools of measurement.

• Recognizing, drawing and naming the different types of 2D shapes viz., rectangle, square, triangle, circle by their names and describe intuitively the properties of these 2-D shapes.

• Observing objects in the environment and get a qualitative feel for their geometrical attributes.

• Identifying the basic 3-D shapes such as cuboid, cylinder, cone, and sphere by their names.

• Tracing the 2-D outlines of 3-D objects.

• Identifying and making straight lines by folding, straight edged objects, stretched strings and draws free hand and with a ruler.

• Drawing and differentiating between straight, curved, slanting, standing, and sleeping, horizontal and vertical lines (free hand).

• Reading time and recognizing the days of the week, names of the months and the calendar as a whole.

• Learning about money-its value and ability to count money using addition and subtraction.

• Understanding fraction as a part of a whole or a collection and learn to divide a whole into equal parts.

• Observing, identifying, sorting data. And also collect data through measurement.

• Draw inferences from the data at the appropriate level.

• Visualising and drawing the different directions and making use of map in a given situation. Also familiarising with the various ways by which directions were found out during the ancient days.

• Understanding that time is precious and learn about the judicious use of time.

• Reasoning why unity in diversity is the need of the hour and have a clear and analytical concept on national symbols and national festivals.

• Understanding, emphasising and appreciating the cultural diversity by learning about various religious festivals and harvest festivals.

• Evaluating the importance of clean and green earth.

• Developing an understanding of the evolution of means of communication.

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