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NCERT English Language Class-9(Part-I) PDF Book

NCERT English Language Class-9(Part-I) PDF Book

NCERT English Language Class-9(Part-I) PDF Book

Name of Book :  NCERT English Language Class-9(Part-I)

Language of Book : English

Size of Ebook : 2.88 MB

Total pages in ebook : 150

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  • Description about eBook : This story takes us to the world of the future where computers will play
  • a major role. Let the children talk freely about how they imagine the
  • schools of the future that their own children might go to. You might want
  • to explain the ideas of ‘virtual reality’ and ‘virtual classroom’. The term
  • ‘virtual reality’ refers to a reality created by computer software, and a
  • ‘virtual classroom’ is not a real classroom but one where learning is
  • through computer software or the Internet. The children may know what
  • a robot is, and be able to guess what a robotic teacher would be.
  • In this unit students are required to present their arguments in a debate.
  • The following points could be explained before the task.
  • A debate is a contest between two speakers or two groups of speakers
  • to show skill and ability in arguing.
  •  A proposition, a question or a problem is required for this purpose,
  • which can be spoken for or against.
  • To participate in a debate, one must prepare for it. So, one must
  • prepare an outline of the main points in the order in which one is
  • going to argue.
  • The time limit is about four to five minutes.
  • The speaker addresses the audience.
  • Every topic/subject has its own vocabulary. These must be learnt.
  • The speaker addresses the chair (Mr President/Madam), ‘submits’
  • an argument, ‘appeals’ for sympathetic understanding and support,
  • ‘questions’ the opponent’s views, and ‘concludes’ an argument.............

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