CBSE, Class I English

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The students who are studying in Class 1 English should be able to perform the following activities :

  1. Name common objects like man, dog etc. when pictures are shown
  2. Use familiar and simple words (‘bat’, ‘pen’, ‘cat’) as examples to reproduce the starting sound and letter (/b/, /p/, /k/ etc)
  3. Develop phonemic awareness through activities focusing on different sounds, emerging from the words in stories and texts.
  4. Sing/recite collectively songs/poems/rhymes with action.
  5. Listen to stories, and humorous incidents and interact in English/home language and solve some Worksheets for Class 1 English which have been exclusively provided on StudiesToday.com.
  6. Ask simple questions like names of characters from the story, incidents that he/she likes in the story, etc. (Ensure clear lip movement for children with hearing impairment to lip ear.)
  7. Draw/scribble pictures/ images from the story as preliminary to writing.
  8. Respond in home language/English/sign language/non-verbal expressions what he/she has understood in the story/poem.
  9. Use greetings like “good morning”, “thank you” and have polite conversations in English like “what is your name?”, “how are you?” etc and solve some Sample Papers for Class 1 English
  10. Say 2-3 sentences describing familiar objects and places such as family photographs, shops, parks etc.
  11. Give examples of common blend sounds in words like ‘brick’, ‘brother’, ‘frog’, ‘friend’ etc.

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