Class 6 Syllabus

Listening and Speaking

  • Conversations in groups, debates, speeches, plays, presentations, etc.
  • Use of visual displays, audio, music, and graphics in presentations.
  • Examine and assess how language is used and understood in various contexts
  • Adapt speech to various situations and tasks, using techniques including tone, gestures, stress, facial expressions, body language, and voice modulation.
  1. Reading
  • For understanding and inference, use literary and non-literary texts with a variety of themes and registers. The themes could be:
    • Personal, Family, Home, and Friends
    • Neighbourhood and the larger community
    • The NationNation – diversity ( religious and ethnic, socio-cultural as well as linguistic), legacy
    • Legends/myths/folktales
    • The World — India’s neighbours and other countries (their literature, cultures, and customs) 
    • Imagination, adventure, and creativity
    • Exercise and yoga
    • Concerns with Adolescence
    • Research and Development
    • Unity and Peace
    • Tourism and Travel
    • Mass Media
    • Culture and the Arts
    • Children’s experiences 
    • Health and reproductive health
    • Personalities and achievers
    • Conservation of water, sanitation, other environmental issues, personal safety, knowledge of child abuse, and energy conservation.
  • Intensive and extensive reading of the texts.
  1. Writing
  • Simple communications, formal and informal letters, brief paragraphs, and invitations.
  • Short literary works based on images.
  • Simple pieces of narrative and description
  1. Grammar and Vocabulary in Context
  • Reflexive pronouns, pronoun number and person, and pronoun-antecedent agreement to include indefinite pronouns are all pronouns that should be used correctly.
  • Subject-verb agreement with phrases or clauses in between
  • Intransitive and Transitive verbs.
  • Tenses are used to describe state, condition, time, and sequence.
  • Recognizing suitable and inappropriate verb tense changes.
  • Using vocabulary in context to determine a word’s or phrase meaning
  • Using age-appropriate roots and affixes as hints to a word’s meaning.
  • To find a word’s pronunciation and its specific meaning or to clarify it, use a dictionary or other reference material in print, digital, or tactile form.
  • Figures of speech in context.
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