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Disorganised radio lessons, of no use

Disorganised radio lessons, of no useDisorganised radio lessons, of no use
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Radio lessons are being broadcast for primary schoolchildren to make them understand the lesson very well. Generally, these lessons are broadcast...

Radio lessons are being broadcast for primary schoolchildren to make them understand the lesson very well. Generally, these lessons are broadcast according to the relevant month syllabus. Due to this, children learn from their teacher as well as through radio. But, in this academic year, irrelevant month syllabus is being broadcast.

For example, the lesson which was broadcast for class IV children from Environmental Science subject 'Plants Around Us' on August 20 is actually related to September month syllabus. The lesson which was broadcast for class V children from Environmental Science subject 'Rivers' on August 26 is related to October month syllabus.

The lesson which was broadcast for class V children from Environmental Science subject on September 3 'Let's Grow Plants' is related to Telangana State. Moreover, this lesson was deleted from syllabus by the Andhra Pradesh government. It has become a waste of time for 30 minutes for children and teachers.

The lesson which was broadcasted on Teachers' Day on September 5 for class IV children in Environmental Science subject 'Let's Know the Way' is related to October syllabus. What's the use with these radio lessons? The government should try to broadcast the lessons according to the month's syllabus to make them useful for both children and teachers at least now onwards.

-Narasimha Charyulu Gomatam, Rajupalem, Prakasam dist, AP

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