Teaching in seven languages including Bhojpuri, Magahi, Maithili is going to start in the schools of Bihar from this session. Story telling material is being prepared in these languages for children of classes 1 to 5.
Story telling material of language and social sciences is being made in the local languages of the state. Teachers’ handbooks are also being prepared in different languages. The State Education Research Training Council has directed to start it from the session 2024-25. Teachers will also be given separate training for this.
Under the National Education Policy 2020, storytelling material is being prepared in the local languages of Bihar by the State Council of Educational Research and Training to improve the quality of language and social science teaching. For this, workshops have been organized at the state level. In this, lecturers and teachers from different teacher training colleges have been selected as resource persons.
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Story telling material is being prepared in these languages
Maithili, Bengali, Urdu, Hindi, Bhojpuri, Magahi and English
How teachers will teach, training will be given in the workshop
DEO Ajay Kumar Singh said that it is being prepared keeping in mind the language spoken in the area of the state and the local language children are coming to school. Training will be given in the workshop on how the concerned teachers will teach children in these languages.
Expert Gopal Falak said that every lesson is being prepared by linking it to a story, so that children will be able to understand it easily. The work of selection of local language and words has been completed. Teams of teachers have been formed from different districts for different languages.
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