THE BRITISH CO-ED HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR SCHOOL
 
 
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  PUNJABI & hINDI  
 
Punjabi at The British Co-Ed High School is taught as a compulsory subject ( except in the case of NRIs or students of Indian origin who can study French or Spanish instead)

Teaching of the language ensures that culture and tradition is maintained as language and culture cannot be separated. Punjab’s rich heritage and cultural traditions are intertwined with language studies.
 
   
 
To understand and learn the basic structural language, vocabulary and constructions.
To ensure that the best elements and standard of the language are maintained in both speaking and writing.
To appreciate the rich language heritage.
   
 
  Years 5-8  
  By means of Continuous Assessment and some quarterly tests combined with Project work and Listening and Speaking assessments.  
Years 9 & 10
Follow Syllabus as per set by ICSE: -
Chonvian Kahanian (Sampadak Karamvir Singh)
Chonven Ekangi (Sampadak Karamvir Singh)
Saromani Punjabi Veakarn te Rachnavali (Ved Parkash & Sons )
Years 11 & 12
Follow Syllabus as per set by ISC: -
Pvitar Papi – Novel (Nanak Singh)
Aarsi – (Teja Singh)
Katha Punjab (Sampadak Dr. Harbhajan Singh)
 
Hindi is the national language and the third most important ( widely spoken) language in the world.

By teaching a high standard of vocabulary, and the classical style of grammar, reminding students of the Sanskrit roots of present day Hindi, students are well equipped to understand a range of texts. Furthermore, students are introduced to the regional variants of Hindi such as that spoken in Haryana and Rajasthan.

Students are encouraged to express themselves in role-play situations, creating and telling stories as well as being conversant with the culture, traditions and heritage of the region.

Continuous Assessment ensures that students work consistently throughout the year. Debates, quizzes and plays are held throughout the year to further enhance student’s skills.
 
Years 5 - 8
By means of Continuous Assessment and some quarterly tests combined with Project work and Listening and Speaking assessments.
Years 9 - 12

By means of quarterly exams

 
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