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Language Learning for CTET/DSSSB/KVS - 2018 | Lesson:02 (in Hindi)
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This course includes language learning and language skills such as Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing with some questions. This course and all the lessons will help in Language Pedagogy for CTET, DSSSB, KVS and UP-TET 2018.

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Himanshi singh
A learner by nature, a teacher by profession, a YouTuber by passion! You can join the learning revolution on YouTube channel “Lets LEARN”

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Ankit Kumar
6 months ago
mam in question ki pdf nhi h kya
aap kisi ka reply kyu nhi karte
Plz help me mere CTET k form m adhar number mera h pr phn nmbr mere husband ka ab mujhe samjh nhi as rha k apna CTET 2018 certificate kaise download kroo ? Plz give a solution
Arup Medhi
2 months ago
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Himanshi mam please send pdf of social science question with answer bcoz i am commerce stream so social studies is my main subject.
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  1. Lesson-02 Language Learning By Himanshi Singh

  2. Let's LEARN! SOMETHING ABOUT ME This is HIMANSHI SINGH Have keen interest in Psychology. Pursuing Eng. Hons. From Delhi University. I've done D.El.Ed from Delhi. I have a YouTube channel named "Lets LEARN".

  3. Lesson-02 Language Learning By Himanshi Singh

  4. Jean Aitchison in her book 'The Articulate Mammal' has talked elaborately about the linguistic understanding of human beings. According to her, while speaking we are simultaneously involved in many processes.

  5. We also make up our mind about 'what' and 'how' to speak depending upon who we are speaking to . While speaking, it is very important to select the right words along with their grammatical structure, which expresses our thoughts and feelings.

  6. o In Hindi the sentence structure is Subject+ Object+ Verb. Voice modulation, pauses and even rhythm play an important role irn conveying while speaking. 'Pakdo mat jaane do'

  7. Such understandings are an integral part of language learning and develop with practice. E.g: 'Yeh school hai' - Based on the rhythm

  8. 1. What is the sentence structure of Hindi language? (a) Subject - Verb - Object (b) Subject - Object - Verb (c) Verb - Object - Subject (d) Can't Say

  9. o NEED OF DIALOGUE IN THE CLASSROOM . Speaking and listening are the first steps for learning a language. both speaking and listening processes occur simultaneously during a dialogue.

  10. Himanshi Singh Let's LEARN