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Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Jano shanivare shala No samay shu thase?

  

Jano shanivare shala No samay shu thase?

Jano shanivare shala No samay shu thase?

The meaning of the word learning outcomes, the relationship between the word-word, the treaty, the vowel-consonant, the metaphor, the conjunction, the conjunction, the conventional experiments and the practical grammar can be used.   Can create articles like Summary from Gadhyansh, Story from Title.  Will know about 5000 words and knows practical grammar using dictionary.  The meaning of the word, the relationship between the word-word, the treaty, the vowel-consonant, the metaphor, the conjunction, the conjunction, the conventional experiments and the practical grammar can be used in learning outcomes


  The answers to the questions asked on the basis of the textbook can be written in Sanskrit learning outcomes. Understands and interprets the story, passages and poetry.  The thing, the animal, the bird's own favorite traits can tell their own feelings, including likes and dislikes.  Classifies detail of picture, graph, paragraph, story etc.  Can understand by handling simple steps, short stories, enlightenment stories in learning outcomes


The answers to the questions asked on the basis of the textbook can be written in Sanskrit in learning outcomes. For example, new words or sentences can be written in Sanskrit according to the given instructions.  Can write sentences related to daily routine, occasion description, story.  Can write new sentences in Sanskrit based on example in learning outcomes. This month we have given Vedic mathematics experiments to the student which increase his interest in mathematics.  Carry out simple investigations to get answers to the questions.  Explain the process and events.  


Classifies objects based on their properties in learning outcomes. Apply learned scientific concepts in everyday life.  The British East India Company understands and demonstrates how it became the supreme power in India.  Measures wildfires, landslides, industrial disasters and their fears find solutions in learning outcomes.


Can present his own experiences about familiar occasions, places and situations, listens to stories, poems, speeches, occasions, dialogues and can read and understand.  Knows about 4000 words and uses dictionary, spelling practical grammar in learning outcomes.  Can write story, various letters, essay from topic.  Adolescents can hear, read and understand works of literature and folklore.  He can write with punctuation marks and spellings as well as express his thoughts by keeping proper distance between two words with proper twist.  Can use examples of practical grammar including synonyms, antonyms, promise, tense, sentence structure, noun, adjective in learning outcomes.



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