- Subject(s):Value Education
- Author(s):Stalin Malhotra
- Available from: November 2014
Lessons for Life for classes 1 to 8 help students understand important values.
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Lessons for Life for classes 1 to 8 help students understand important values. These values are intrinsic in moulding the sensitivities and wakening the conscience of an individual. The series adheres to the curriculum on Education for Peace prescribed in the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005. The series has an inclusive, objective and secular approach. It also inculcates in the learners the qualities of fairness, sympathy, peace and tolerance.
Carefully graded and structured chapters.
Varied range of texts from diverse sources for a holistic approach.
Interesting variety of activities and exercises to make learning enjoyable.
Activities conducive to diverse learning environments.
Problem Solving Assessments (PSAs) covering qualitative reasoning and language conventions to hone higher order thinking skills in young learners.
CCE-compliant activities to work towards the building of an interactive classroom to encourage self-learning and study skills.
Personality sketches to instill in learners the finer nuances of leading by example.
- 1. Being a Family The story of a family 2. Having Good Thoughts The story of a sad king 3. Being Kind A poem 4. Being Forgiving The story of two servants CCE-Compliant Activities Problem Solving Assessments (PSAs) 5. Being Truthful The story of a shepherd 6. Being Peaceful The story of a thief 7. Being a Leader The story of crabs 8. Being Co-operative The story of soup CCE-Compliant Activities Problem Solving Assessments (PSAs) 9. Being Just The story of a horse 10. Loving our Fellows The story of a pigeon 11. Being United The story of sticks 12. Loving your Country The story of the Salt March CCE-Compliant Activities Problem Solving Assessments (PSAs) A Glimpse in the Life of a Brave Heart 1 A Glimpse in the Life of a Brave Heart 2
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