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Name of the teacher: Priyanka Prasanth

Standard: 9 th standard
Name of the school: Govt. VHSS Vakkom
Strength: 34
Subject: English
Unit: ROOTS
Chapter name: THE TATTERED BLANKET
Issue:

Culture

Sub issue : weakening of family ties, importance of ones roots


Curricular statement: importance of having family values
Learning outcome: Develops interest in the story
Develops attachment towards characters
Develops awareness about real life situation
Develops creativity
Reference: Course book, Work book and Oxford dictionary
Linguistic content: Armchair, Futile, Reluctantly, Widow
Prerequisites: the learner had heard stories about weakening family ties
Teaching and learning strategies
: Quiz
Teaching and learning resources: Course book.

CLASSROOM PROCEDURE
Good morning students.
Have you had your breakfast?
Who prepares breakfast for you?
Do you love your mother?
Very good

PUPILS RESPONSES

Mother
Yes

ENTRY ACTIVITY
Cooks ,teaches, loves, cares
What are the things that your mother
does for you?
Ok

LINK TALK
We know that our parents do a lot of
things for us. What do we do in return?
We know the problems faced by old
people in our society. Now we will learn
a story where a mother expects to see
her son for long.
PRESENTATION
In this story we see forgetfulness as a
boon as well as a curse. The story is
entitled THE TATTERED BLANKET BY
KAMALADAS

KAMALA DAS

ALSO KNOWN AS
MADHAVIKUTTI
FAMOUS MALAYALI POET,
NOVELIST AND SHORT STORY
WRITER
INTERNATIONALLY
ACCLAIMED POET
GOT MANY LITERARY
AWARDS LIKE ASIAN POERTY
PRISE, SAHITHYA AWARD

Writes it down

Listens attentively

AND VAYALAR RAMA VARMA


SAHITHYA AWARD

Teacher reads the passage with proper


stress and intonation
Teacher reads the passage again
MICROPROCESSING OF THE
LESSON

Chair

Teacher asks people to track their


reading
Put tick for understanding
Put question mark for doubts
Put exclamation mark for interesting or
surprising ideas
CLARIFICATION OF DOUBTS
What do you see in this picture?

Notes it down

Meaningless

Ok you see an armchair


Armchair is a large, comfortable chair with
side supports for a person's arms.

Husbandless lady

Suppose you called someone and they didnt


hear you now your words become what?
Yes useless or futile
Futile means incapable of producing any
useful result; pointless.
Suppose some ladies husband died what will
we call them?
We call them widow
Widow is a woman who has lost her spouse
by death and has not married again.
If we dont like to do something how will we
do it?

Uninterestingly

Children reads silently

Yes we will do it reluctantly


Reluctantly means "with hesitation, doubt or
dread."
Now if you have any doubts just ask me
READING SILENTLY
Now you understand the meaning. Dont
you?
Now raise your doubts
MEGAPHONING OF DOUBTS
Teacher megaphones the doubts to the
whole class and tries to clarify it
CLARIFICATION OF DOUBTS
Teacher clarifies the doubts which they have
asked
CHORUS READING
Teacher reads each sentence with proper
stress and intonation and tells them to do the
same
QUESTION TIME
Was his arrival an expected one?
How did he come?
What was his mother doing?
What did mother called out?
What was in kamalam head?
Was she happy to stand up from her comfort
zone?

No
In a jeep
lying in an armchair
Somebody at the gate
A thin bath towel
No

Pronounces each word correctly

PRONUNCIATION EXERCISE
Futile |fjutl |
Arrive | rv/ |
Armchair | mt |
Huddle |hd()l |
Towel |tal |
GROUP READING

Does so

Does so

Teacher allows her students to read aloud in


groups and corrects their stress and
intonation mistakes
DISCOURSE COSTRUCTION
Write about your parents love
Teacher allows students to read whatever
they have written and the best one is
presented in the class and is appreciated.
REVIEW.
Who arrived at the beginning of the story?
What was mother doing?
What did kamalam do?
FOLLOW UP ACTIVITY
Write a newspaper report on todays
happenings