Hindu Vidyalaya update for
Sunday March 17, 2013
This course focuses on the four aspects of the language: comprehension, speaking, reading and writing the alphabets.By the end of the course, the students are expected to read and write two or three letter words without matras.
Hindi-1 Section A:
- Reviewed all previous letters. ‘Letters ‘Sha to Gya’
- Did colour quiz.
- Review Vocabulary. There will be vocabulary quiz on letters ‘Aa to Ae’.
- Complete page 145 from WB.
Hindi-1 Section B:
- Reading all the verses of Aa to Ooo.
- Continue to work on alphabates and try to read the short paragraph in the TB.
This course further enhances the four aspects of the language: comprehension, speaking, reading and writing the complex alphabets.By the end of the course, the students are expected to read and write two or three letter words with matras.
1. Revised pg 46-47 TB, Read pg 48-49, 50-51 TB.
2. Read pag 107 TB.
3. Read pg 119 and discussed pg 132 from WB.
- Revise 50-51.
- Complete pg 132 from WB.
This course emphasizes the comprehension, speaking and reading of the Hindi language through reading of stories.A greater emphasis is placed on speaking and comprehension through a higher level of reading and writing.By the end of the course, the students are expected to build and understand complex sentences.
1. Passage; ‘Phulwari’
- Complete page 89-92 from TB.
This course emphasizes on the grammar of the Hindi language.Specifically students learn Varn (alphabet classification), Sangya (noun), Ling (gender), Vachan (Number), Sarvnaam (Pronoun), Visheshan (adjective), and Kriya and punctuation marks.Muhavare (idioms) are taught along with essay writing and letter writing.
1. Completed story ‘Kashmir Dharti Ka Swarg’.
- Revised the CW.
This course introduces Hindu epics and gives the students an insight into festivals celebrated throughout the year.A thematic approach emphasizes active participation of the students in various religious activities.
Dharma 1 Section A
1. Completed story ‘Koop Manduka’.
1. Read the story and complete Q/A.
Dharma 1 Section B (which is now D1A, upstairs in library)
1. Did talk about ‘Buddism’.
- Complete last week HW.
This course further enhances knowledge of Hindu epics and gives the students an greater indepth insight into festivals celebrated throughout the year.A thematic approach emphasizes active participation of the students in various religious activities.
- Completed festival ‘Holii’.
- Complete Q & A for ‘Holi’.
This course introduces principal beliefs and doctrines of Hinduism.A historical perspective on evolution of Hinduism, reincarnation of Atma, various ways to God realization, four phases of life, customs and rituals in the Hindu religion and their significance is emphasized.
- Finished ‘Sunder Kand’
1. Read entire ‘Sunder Kand. Complete Exercise and bring more questions.
This course has been introduced this year and teaches vocal Indian Classical music.Two important aspects of the Indian classical music are Raag and Taal.Raag is the melodic form whereas the Taal is the Rhythmic form.
Class work: Practiced songs ,’Vande Matram’, ‘Mera Rang de’, Ghanan ghanan ghir aaye badra.
Home work: Practice songs at home.