Sir, to state under the above subject that the primary teachers and headteachers (Government, Granted, KGBV, Ashram School, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Railway School) are remaining in the loyalty training from the above reference form-1. And 18 courses of loyalty teacher training for soldier school teachers were organized on 5th October 13th November 2020. As per reference-3, Diwali vacation has been declared for primary school teachers on 29th October 18th 2020 to join the online course in loyalty training and The schedule of Byseg broadcast is changed as follows: The details of the said change are in coordination with the District Education Officer, District Primary Education Officer and Govt.

This way is the course. Creating a curriculum means outlining goals and outlining steps to achieve them. Many individuals involved in the teaching process, including the teacher, are indifferent and neglectful of the curriculum. Perhaps there was a time when the curriculum was not very meticulous, taking into account many factors. There was no change in the curriculum for years. But now the curriculum cannot be neglected.

It has a unique significance in education. Curriculum is as important in education as its design is for a building. And when education is to be given to millions of children at once, its importance increases immensely. The curriculum is shaped by goals and experience. At the same time, it takes into account the factors of education. Curriculum development topics and goals, available resources, teacher competence, social status and students | Levels have to be kept in mind. Some approaches and some courses seem to be very successful abroad or in one place, so it cannot be blindly imitated in the country or anywhere else. One thing to think about in context is this: our government has changed its policy many times since independence to help students learn English better.

Now I have accepted to teach English from Std. What to teach in English in Std. 6th to 8th, what order to arrange from 5th to 8th. While making the curriculum with all these decisions, the curriculum cannot be designed keeping in mind the students and schools of the city area only. Many areas like rural, tribal etc. will be unfair. They will receive an education that they cannot afford. Another issue is the readiness of teachers. Will the current teachers be able to teach English? And how much and what kind can teach?

Can the government provide a new English speaking teacher in all schools? Even if you think of giving, will you be able to get so many teachers? That's why planners, curriculum developers have to work hard. To teach English, to have such a limited goal of reading and recognizing? Aim to speak and write it? There are so many types it's hard to say. Many teachers consider textbooks to be the only curriculum. The textbook is a model tool for achieving curriculum goals. Goals do not achieve goals. In addition to the textbook, the teacher has a lot to do. | Textbooks have many limitations.

If the textbook is complete, then there is no need for a teacher. But that never happens. This is not possible in language education. Let's think slightly. Many abilities in language teaching have to be achieved in various fields. The textbook will do little to help the child achieve the ability to speak fluently, with fluent speech. Verbal ability can only be achieved with the help of a teacher. The textbook can provide maximum rehearsal material but it is important for the teacher to find a number of samples that the student can present orally in the classroom and rehearse until the students are able to do so. One or two exercises in the textbook. Getting things done is not the end of the story. The activity has to be done on the basis of the goal given in the syllabus. The textbook provides guidance and samples. The teacher must give more practice to his students to achieve the goal. Another thing is that it is necessary to have experienced teachers who are curriculum developers and linguists. But it may not be helpful if the teacher is not aware of the importance of the curriculum.

The teacher should take note of his own observations while teaching and testing the students. And the constructive and negative aspects of whether the curriculum and the presentation of the lessons match with the ability and situation of the students should be noted. Many things are likely to be forgotten in times of need if we do not keep track of them. The important point behind all these discussions is that the teacher can contribute at all levels if he is vigilant.

It does not plan education. But also makes an important contribution to planning. Planning, on the other hand, is done through it in the classroom. Children know that very well. So he can present it in a way that suits him. It is not entirely responsible for success or failure. But it is a very important link. That should not be forgotten. Bhasha Bhavan, Gujarat University.

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