Sunday, November 7, 2021


 Sub: 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   programme:

All the  District  Educational  Officers in Zone-II  are informed  that  we are all aware that  nowaday'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  IMPROVEMENT    PROGRAMME   (LIP)      (lOO 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  (100 days  Programme):

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  (Teluqu  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.AII students   should  maintain   a 100 pages  note  book  for  the  purpose  of  UP programme  to  write   and  learn  the  correct   words  in  three   languages. The Same book can be used for all languages.

l1.Class   wise /  language  wise words  to be taught  will  be supplied  to  all schools in the  zone prepared  by language  experts  very  soon.

VI.Programe  duration:

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

VII. Assessment:

1.   It is suggested    to  conduct   simp Ie assessment  test   for  every   fortnight    on  the words   they   have   introduced/    t aught   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      UP assessment   register   and  record the  performance   of  every   student    during   the 100  days  programme   for  all fort night  tests.

3.  The  Headmaster   should   conduct the  first  fortnight    test   on  1st  of  every   month and   2nd   fortnight     test   on  16th    0 f  every   month.    However,    the   headmaster   is liberty   to  conduct   fortnight    test s one  day  before   or  after  to  the  given· dates.

VIII.    Monitoring    and  supervision:

1.  The    District      Educational    Officers/     Deputy     Educational    officers/      Mandai Educational   Officers    in  Zone   - II   shall   monitor    the   implementation     of   LIP (100   Days)   programme   in their jurisdiction.

2.  The    District      Educational    Officers     Deputy     Educational     officers/    Mandal Educational    Officers     in   Zone -II    shall    conduct     random     tests    during    the programme   during   their   surprise visits.

3.  The    District      Educational    Officers     Deputy     Educational     officers/      Mandal
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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