Subject wise Instructions:
Students are advised to follow subject wise instructions for active and effective study.
- Read one page a day of your textbook. Underline any 5 difficult words. Find their meanings and learn spellings. Make a list, day-wise, of new words learnt.
- On completing reading of the chapter, try making sentences of your own of 5 naming words, 5 doing words and 5 describing words.
- Observe the pictures given in your chapters and try speaking 3 to 5 sentences about the picture in your own words.
- Try Question/ Answers and MCQ’s based comprehension from passages of different chapters in your book. Any 3 passages from each page of the the chapters must be practiced. There must be 2-3 questions asked from content of the selected passage.
- Select any 5-8 words from all included chapters and make their rhyming words.
- Try writing 8-12 sentences composition writings based on “Animals” on practice sheets in both English and Urdu.
- Learn grammatical concepts and try solving Grammar Skills exercises for concept practice. The grammatical concepts must be identified on students reading books as well.
- Learn poems included in the syllabus of Urdu.
- Try model writing pages for improving your cursive hand writing pattern.
- Children must be encouraged to articulate their view points in standard English/ Urdu and practice verbal communications.
- To enhance the students’ capacity of self-expression, students must be encouraged to read extensively from good content of
English and Urdu story books.
- Learn and practice one topic for 3 days at least for better learning.
- Learn and practice all questions.
- The topics learnt in a week must be reinforced through quick assessment by parents in the next week, preferably on 1st day of the every week.
- Read one chapter a week.
- Solve the exercises by taking guideline from study material.
- Learn the exercises with special focus on spellings.
- Read all the chapters.
- Learn Q/A’s of all units.
- Learn Nazra daily (5 Ayats).
- Learn Surah’s with translation.
- Learn Duas.
- Learn and practice.
- User practice worksheets.
- Do simple indoor exercises.
- Water plants and feed the birds.
- Try some creative (innovative) activities.
- Spend good time with your grandparents.
- Help your mother in household chores.
- Don’t watch too much of television.
- Keep your environment and surroundings clean.
- Build and improve your vocabulary with cross words, jumbled words, etc.
- Solve riddles and puzzles.
- Adopt habit of reading good books instead of consuming time on gadgets.
Note: Parental involvement is very important in the academic success of the children. They should be encouraged to seek knowledge and learn moral values for example helping people in their time of need, forgiving others’ offenses, respecting parents and elders, fulfilling promises, being kind to people and to animals, being patient in adversity, maintaining justice, being honest, and controlling one’s anger appear as major virtues in the Islamic concept of morality.