LIP Language Improvement Programme in all Govt Schools Guidelines Rc.Spl/A5 Dt:05-11-21

LIP Language Improvement Programme in all Govt Schools Guidelines School Education-Quality Education- Implementation of an innovative programme called LANGUAGE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME (LIP) (100 Days programme) in all Government management schools except private un aided schools in Zone-II — Guidelines -Issued



I.Introduction and Brief about the proqramme:

All the District Educational Officers in Zone-II are informed that we are  all aware that now a day’s most of the students are not getting and or getting trouble to understand most of the concepts even in mother tongue due to lack of knowledge and grip in languages. Since a long, we are making children to learn the three languages formula to establish them at anywhere and the language should not be a barrier for their growth.

Further we are aware that schools were not functioned due the global pandemic of CoVID-19. As a result, the learning standards, reading and writing abilities of students abnormally decreased in all languages during pandemic period irrespective of managements.

In view  of  the  above,  it  is  decided  to  implement  an   innovative programme  called  LANGUAGE  III PROVEMENT  PROGRAMh1E  (LIP) (100 Days programme) in all Government management schools except private un aided schools in the Zone-II so as to support the ideology of three language formula as well as to fill up the learning gaps occurred during the pandemic in the last two years.

Really every human being use his lips to pronounce a word properly, in the same way this programme LIP also make the children have good pronunciation and utility in all the three languages so that learning outcome is that the students must have sufficient language in their daily life.

II. Aim of the LIP 1O0 days Proqramme:

The ultimate aim of the LIP 100 days programme is that every student for classes I  to II  must learn 2new  words per day for classes III   to X must learn  5 new words per day. However students  of classes I  and II  should  learn  400  new words in languages Telugu and English and students of classes III to V should learn 1000 new words in languages (Telugu and English) and for classes VI to X should learn 1500 new words in three languages (Telugu, English and Hindi) at the end of programme. It means every student will be able to learn, read, write, understand and pronounciate 400/1000/1500 words in respective languages.

III. Objectives of the programme:

1. To learn correct pronunciation.

2. To write without spelling mistakes.

3. To improve the vocabulary since schooling.

4. To develop self confidence while using vocabulary.

5. To get national integrity by learning three languages.

6. To develop communicative skills since elementary schooling.

 7. To make the children to express their views at liberty.

8. To improve good hand writing skills.

9. To provide an opportunity to learn 2/5 new  words in two/three languages at a day with its bilingual meanings in each languages of Telugu, English and Hindi and it gets to deeper understand on each vocabulary.

10. To moulded over children as global citizen with 21st century skills.

IV. Implementation Plan:

  1. Every day all language teachers select 5 new words in common from the dictionary supplied under Jagananna Vidhya Kaanuka (JVK) i.e., Oxford Dictionary / illustrated dictionary developed by SCERT, A.P
  2. They must know its meaning in three languages and introduce with good pronunciation.
  3. The teachers when they are in class before starting the lesson they have to explain the 5 words every day in five minutes.
  4. As all the teachers in three languages teach the same words on same day so that it will give or it will go deep into the minds of students.
  5. Here students need to practice every day. Students should write the correct five words in three languages during the respective periods of teaching.
  6. The teacher should ask the students everyday to write on which they learnt in previous day in a 100 pages note book.
  7. The teachers should write the correct words every day on which they taught in previous day on the black board and so that, the students can correct  their vocabulary on their own. Hence it is no burden on teachers.
  8. If any lagging is identified the same words can be repeated in the three language again and let it make the children to have sound knowledge in the three language with correct pronunciation and should able to write without mistakes.
  9. The language teachers can use a set of common words for classes I and II are same and for classes III to V are same , and for classes VI to VIII are same and for IX and X classes are same, so as to reduce  the  word  pressure on teachers .
  10. All students should maintain a 100 pages note book for the purpose of MP programme to write and learn the correct words in three languages. The Same book can be used for all languages.
  11. Class wise / language wise words to be taught will be supplied to all schools in the zone prepared by language experts very soon.

Target Group:

The students studying I to X classes in all the Government / Zilla Parsihad / Municipal / Aided and other Govt. Management societies in East Godavari, West Godavari and Krishna Districts under purview of the Regional Joint Director of School Education, Zone-II, Kakinada.

Classes

Languages to be improved.

Classes I to V

English and Telugu.

Classes VI to X

Telugu, English and Hindi.

Class Wise Enrollment:

Class

East Godavari

West

Godavari

Krishna

Total

 

42928

32435

31582

1O6945

 

 

32693

32052

1105 18

3

 

31582

31807

107154

4

45247

32142

31720

109109

5

44937

31429

31378

107744

6

45679

33500

32364

114543

7

50332

34147

33000

117479

 

S1OO1

34151

32103

117255

9

51034

34716

31751

117501

10

49092

34177

29345

1126E4

Total

472788

330972

317102

1120862

VI. Proqramme duration:

The Language improvement programme MP (100 Days Programme) will start from 10.11.2021 and continued up to 31.03.2022 in all Government management schools except Private un aided schools in Zone-II.

Assessments:

  1. It is suggested to conduct simple assessment test for every fortnight on the words they have introduced/ taught during the fortnight. The assessment test shall be conducted for 15 words for 15 marks in 10 minutes.
  2. The Headmaster of the concerned school maintain a separate MP assessment register and record the performance of every student during the 100 days programme for all fortnight tests.
  3. The Headmaster should conduct the first fortnight test on 1* of every month and 2"^ fortnight test on 16” of every month. However, the headmaster is liberty to conduct fortnight tests one day before or after to the given daEes. 

LIP Student Assessment Grading (SAG):

Marks Range

Grade

13 to 15

A Grade

10 to 12

B Grade

7to9

C Grade

4to 6

D Grade            

Below 4

E Grade.

VIII. Monitorinq and supervision:

  1. The District Educational Officers/ Deputy Educational officers/ Mandal Educational Officers in Zone -II shall monitor the implementation of LZP (100 Days) programme in their jurisdiction.
  2. The District Educational Officers/ Deputy Educational officers/ Mandal Educational Officers in Zone -II snall conduct random tests during the programme during their surprise visits.
  3. The District Educational Officers/ Deputy Educational officers/ Plandal Educational Officers in Zone —II shall review the performance of students every month at their level.
  4. The Headmaster of concerned school should display the school grade in prominent place in the notice board for every fortnight.
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