CBSE, Class III English

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The students who are studying in Class 2 English should be able to perform the following activities:

  1. Sing songs/ recite poems in English with intonation.
  2. Participate in role-play, enactment of skits.
  3. Reads aloud short texts/ scripts on the walls, with pronunciation and pause.
  4. Listen to and communicate oral / telephonic messages.
  5. Collect books for independent reading in English and other languages/Braille with a variety of themes (adventure, stories, fairy tales, etc.)
  6. Read posters, tickets, labels, pamphlets, newspapers etc and do some Worksheets for Class 3 English
  7. Takes dictation of words/phrases/sentences short paragraphs from known and unknown texts.
  8. Draw and write short sentences related to stories read, and speak about their drawing or writing work.
  9. Raise questions on the text read.
  10. Convert sentences from one tense to another (past and present).
  11. Enrich vocabulary in English through listening to and reading stories/folk tales.
  12. Use nouns, pronouns, adjectives and prepositions in speech and writing.
  13. Use terms such as ‘add’, ‘remove’, ‘replace’, etc., that they come across in Maths, and words such as 'rain', 'build' in EVS.
  14. Identify opposites and use in communication, for example ‘tall/short’, ‘inside/outside’, ‘fat/thin’ etc and solve Question Papers for Class 3 English

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