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Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Std 2 "Ghare Shikhiye" June 2020 Mulyankan Online Data Entry By Google Form

Std 2 "Ghare Shikhiye" June 2020 Mulyankan Online Data Entry By Google Form

Std 2 "Gare Shikhiye" June 2020 Mulyankan Online Data Entry By Google Form
At a time when coronavirus is affecting the world, the Gujarat government of India is making a humble effort to ensure that children's education is not compromised. In which "Let's learn at home" modules of each standard have been prepared. There are various activities in this module. With the help of which the student can prepare his own standard study. The teacher has to go to the children's home and give this module. All the activities given in this module will be done by the children of all subjects themselves. From time to time the teacher will call and ask the child about various activities. This booklet as a teacher will check and determine which study results have not been achieved in the child and will also make an online entry by noting in a form. This post has a google form link for online entry. According to which the entry has to be made.

From the lockdown in its conditions at the time of this epidemic of covid 19 to the beginning of the unlock phase now it can be said that this epidemic has affected all aspects of human life, which we all rich-poor, rural-urban, non-working Affects. But one group that is being affected the most mentally is the group of children of all ages.

 According to the latest figures, the covid19 epidemic has affected more than 51% of students worldwide. About 1.5 billion children and young people have not been able to participate in their education process. Not only to stay at home but also to create a safe, safe and comfortable environment for the children. Now is the time to start schools again. A plan has been devised as an unlock strategy and is called Learn at Home. When a child is studying at home, we should understand his / her educational perspective and his / her psychology.

 Learning at Home is an attempt to provide quality self-learning process to students of Std. 1 to 8 in various subjects. Learning at home is the process of turning our regular classrooms into simply learning experiences for our students. It is to take home the process of teaching children in the form of home creative activities where they can do these activities with their family.

 At home learning, the child learns on his own, which is as follows.

 The science of how children learn is taken into account.
 The standard is one to eight per capita.
 All subjects are covered in each standard envelope.
 Studies are decision-based activities.
 The textbook is referenced.

 The envelopes are designed in such a way that the concepts and information or materials that reach the children are clear and complete.


Teacher friends,

Here is the whole class evaluation form. It has to provide three pieces of information for each study conclusion. Just what you wrote in the assessment form.

Put "0" if there is not a single assessment in any study outcome i.e. true, questionable, or not a single student from your class in the quartet. But don’t leave empty space.

Write માં in the answer if you want to select the 

"not applicable" option in the study conclusion.

Name of the school

Name of the taluka

District


Standard - 2

1. Sing rhymes and songs. How many students have you given √ in this study conclusion?

2. Sing rhymes and songs. How many students do you have in this study conclusion? given?

3. Sing rhymes and songs. How many students did you give X to in this study conclusion?

4. Storytelling. How many students have you given √ in this study conclusion?

5. Tells stories. How many students do you have in this study conclusion? given?

6. Tells stories. How many students have you given X to in this study conclusion?

7. Read words and sentences. How many students have you given √ in this study conclusion?

8. Read words and sentences. How many students do you have in this study conclusion? given?

9. Read words and sentences. How many students did you give X to in this study conclusion?

10. Write words and sentences. How many students have you given √ in this study conclusion?

11. Write words and sentences. How many students do you have in this study conclusion? given?

12. Write words and sentences. How many students did you give X to in this study conclusion?

13. Identify familiar objects from a picture. How many students have you given √ in this study conclusion?

14. Identify familiar objects from the picture. How many students do you have in this study conclusion? given?

15. Identify familiar objects from the picture. How many students have you given X to in this study conclusion?

16. Works with numbers from 1 to 20. How many students have you given √ in this study conclusion?

17. Works with numbers from 1 to 20. How many students do you have in this study conclusion? given?

18. Works with numbers from 1 to 20. How many students did you give X to in this study conclusion?

19. Can count items from 1 to 9. How many students have you given √ in this study conclusion?

20. Can count items from 1 to 9. How many students do you have in this study conclusion? given?

21. Can count items from 1 to 9. How many students did you give X to in this study conclusion?

22. The numbers from 1 to 20 are spoken orally and the numbers up to 20 can be counted in place, pictorial, and symbolic form. How many students have you given √ in this study conclusion?

23. Numbers from 1 to 20 are spoken aloud and numbers from 20 can be counted in place, pictorial, and symbolic form. How many students do you have in this study conclusion? given?

24. The names of numbers from 1 to 20 are spoken orally and the numbers from 20 can be counted in place, pictorial, and symbolic form. How many students have you given X to in this study conclusion?

25. Classifies objects on the basis of physical properties such as shape, size, and other visible characteristics such as tilt, slide. How many students have you given √ in this study conclusion?

26. Classifies objects on the basis of physical properties such as shape, size, and other visible characteristics such as tilt, slide. How many students do you have in this study conclusion? given?

27. Classifies objects on the basis of physical properties such as shape, size, and other visible characteristics such as tilt, slide. How many students did you give X to in this study conclusion?


Std 2 "Ghare Shikhiye" June 2020 Mulyankan Online Data Entry By Google Form  

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Teacher friends,

Here is the whole class evaluation form. It has to provide three pieces of information for each study conclusion. Just what you wrote in the assessment form.

Put "0" if there is not a single assessment in any study outcome i.e. true, questionable, or not a single student from your class in the quartet. But don’t leave empty space.

Write માં in the answer if you want to select the 

"not applicable" option in the study conclusion.

Name of the school

Name of the taluka

District

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