CBSE, Class IV English

Download Class 4 English NCERT Solutions, worksheets with important questions and answers, sample papers and question Papers with solutions, unseen passages and Class 4 CBSE books. Also access free study material for class 4 English prepared based on latest guidelines, term examination pattern and blueprint issued by CBSE and NCERT.

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The students who are studying in Class 4 English should be able to perform the following activities:

  1. Participate in role-play, enactment, dialogue and dramatization of stories read and heard.
  2. Listen to simple instructions, announcements in English made in class/school and act accordingly.
  3. Participate in classroom discussions on questions based on the day to day life and texts he/she already read or heard.
  4. Learn English through posters, charts, etc., in addition to books and children’s literature.
  5. Read independently and silently in English/Braille, adventure stories, travelogues, folk/fairy tales etc.
  6. Understand different forms of writing (informal letters, lists, stories, diary entry etc.)
  7. Learn grammar in a contextual and integrated manner and frame grammatically correct sentences.
  8. Notice the use of nouns, pronouns, adjectives, prepositions and verbs in speech and writing and in different language activities and try solving some Worksheets for Class 4 English
  9. Enrich vocabulary in English mainly through telling and re-telling stories/folk tales.
  10. Start using dictionary to find out spelling and meaning.
  11. Practise reading aloud with pause and intonation, with an awareness of punctuation (full stop, comma, question mark); also use punctuation appropriately in writing.
  12. Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words from the context.
  13. Takes dictation of words/phrases/sentences/ short paragraphs from known and unknown texts.
  14. Be sensitive to social and environmental issues such as gender equality, conservation of natural resources, etc.
  15. Look at cartoons/ pictures/comic strips with or without words and interpret them and solve some Question Papers for Class 4 English
  16. Enrich vocabulary through crossword puzzles, word chain, etc.
  17. Appreciates verbally and in writing the variety in food, dresses and festivals as read/heard in his/her day to day life and story book, seen in videos, films, etc.

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