CBSE, Class VII English

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The students who are studying in Class 7 English should be able to perform the following activities:

  1. Consciously listen to songs/poems/stories/prose texts in English through interaction and being exposed to print-rich environment.
  2. Participate in different events/ activities in English in the classroom, school assembly; and organized by different Institutions.
  3. Listen to English news/debates (TV, Radio) as input for discussion and debating skills.
  4. Watch / listen to English movies, serials, educational channels with sub-titles, audio-video materials, teacher reading out from materials and eminent speakers.
  5. Share their experiences such as journeys, visits, etc. in pairs /groups.
  6. Introduce self, converse with other persons, participate in role play / make speeches, reproduce speeches of great speakers;
  7. Summarise orally/ in writing, a given text/ stories, /an event;
  8. Learn vocabulary associated with various professions (e.g. cook, cobbler, farmer, blacksmith, doctor etc) and solve related Worksheets for Class 7 English
  9. Read stories / plays (from books/ other sources in English / Braille) and locate details, sequence of ideas and events and identify main idea.
  10. Use material from various sources in English and other languages to facilitate comprehension and co-relation.
  11. Understand the rules of grammar through a variety of situations and contexts focussing on noun, pronoun, verb, determiners, time and tense, passivation, adjective, adverb, etc.
  12. Interpret tables, charts, diagrams and maps, and incorporate the information in writing.
  13. Think critically on inputs based on reading and interaction and try to provide suggestion/solutions to the problems raised. (The themes could be social issues, environment problems, appreciation of culture and crafts.)
  14. Refer sources such as dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopaedia to facilitate reading.
  15. Read text, both familiar and unfamiliar, and write answers for comprehension and inferential questions and solve Question Papers for Class 7 English
  16. Take dictation of a paragraph with a variety of sentence structures.
  17. raft, revise and write with appropriate beginning, middle and end, along with punctuation marks.
  18. Know the features of various types of writing: messages, emails, notice, letter, report, short personal/ biographical experiences etc.
  19. Use ICT (Net, mobile, website, You tube, TED talks etc) to browse for information, for projects/PPT discussion, debate etc.
  20. Attempt creative writing, like stories, poems, dialogues, skits etc.

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