Homework for October 1st, 2017

Dear parents,

We wish you all a very happy Navaratri and Vijaya Dasami. We had a very enthusiastic start of the TCA Telugubadi in Katy this year and it is a pleasure to spend time with your kids teaching and learning at the same time.


Here are the home works assigned by class level for each of the Telugubadi students. All these home works are due on October 1st, 2017. Students should complete this work before the class. 


Parents, your understanding and support of this is needed for us to succeed in this endeavor.


Prathamika
Complete tracing last week's letters అ and ఆ. Also complete tracing this week's letters ఇ and ఈ in the work book. 
Write 5 more words with each letter in notebook.
Revise numbers from 1 to 10 in Telugu.


Madhyama - 1
Practice  all the alphabets and the simple 2 letter words (top portions of pages 5 and 13 of the textbooks). There will be a test based on these next Sunday. Students scoring less than 70 on it may have to go to Prathamika. 


Utteerna - 1 
Speaking: Speak few lines about the festival “Dasara”
Writing: Prepare a word bank (Telugu to English meanings) for the lesson “Vishnu Mahima”.
Reading: Practice reading “Vishnu Mahima” lesson and should be reading the given paragraphs fluently in the next class.


Utteerna - 2
1) Students should prepare and speak about the "Dasara" festival for 2 minutes in telugu. When reviewing their speech, emphasis will be placed on using as few English words as possible, fluency and pronunciation. 
2) Write Antonyms for the following five words in telugu: Sabdam (శబ్దం ), bhayam (భయం), Satruvu (శత్రువు), cheekati (చీకటి), krinda (క్రింద).


Also, we want to remind you about  భాగవతం ఆణిముత్యాలు పద్యాల పోటీ'. The new date will be announced soon. 
In the meantime, please select a పద్యం for your kids and make them practice.
Let us also know about your choice.
If time permits, we can make the kids say that పద్యం in the class too.

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