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    Sunday, 20 August 2017

    Pathshala Funwala!

    "There comes a time when silence is a betrayal" 
    I really wanted to speak out  regarding this and thanks for the team Blogadda and Nihar Naturals Shanti Amla, a leading hair oil in the country.
    And truth is to be spoken at right time. Otherwise, it may be worse than a lie.
    My mother is a teacher in a government school, but not as a regular government employee, bunking classes. She is an honest woman working for the welfare of children in remote areas. In fact, I learnt the discipline of “Loyalty to the chair” from her. She has been my inspiration many times by profession. She has also suffered from the frequent cut of arrears and bonus amount from her office people for the reason that she is perfect in her works and questions them for their irresponsibility. Although she has suffered a lot of transfers and other troubles, she never fails to work for her children. You won’t believe your eyes when you see her classroom. It will be like a private school owned classroom with non-A/C.

    Last week, when we were doing some chart works and PowerPoint slides for her school, she said me that she wants to make English easy and friendly to her students and has been working on that allocating time for it. And she also suggested me to come and undertake some sessions for them so that the interest on it can be reinforced.
    So we planned and adopted the following.
    • ·        We made the children realize that they need not be afraid of making mistakes so that their confidence level would be increased. And thus, we inculcated a thought that, if only they speak, we can help them correct it.
    • ·        We practised this every day by making a study plan. We informed about this plan to their parents too for encouraging them.
    • ·        We frequently indulged in the four core skills, reading, writing, speaking and listening.
    • ·        We bought many DVD’s and used to play it often.
    • ·        Generally children adore stories. So, we narrated stories and gave them a bunch of short story books for them to read by self.
    • ·        We concentrated on the mistakes more and taught them through their mistakes.
    • ·        You can teach a parrot English words but that doesn’t mean it can speak English! You still need to have an understanding of grammar. So we concentrated on Grammar.
    • ·        We started to converse with them slowly.
    ·        Along with the children, we both too learn new vocabularies everyday.

    And now, we are offered with the magnanimous service of Nihar Naturals Shanti Amla for aiding children. Thank you team Blogadda and PathShala Funwala Contest. 
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    I am blogging about Pathshala Funwala by Nihar Shanti Amla Oil in association with BlogAdda.

    With smiles...
    Swathi Mohan 
    (Investing myself completely in the art of living)


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