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Learn Gujarati The Fun Way!  - Bundle

Learn Gujarati The Fun Way! - Bundle

Are you learning Gujarati? Are you looking for a fun way to learn Gujarati? I have developed a way to learn different languages based on my experience as an ESL teacher. This pack has 57 different settings for students to talk about in Gujarati. The worksheets themselves are in English and the students do need to translate the places and objects they see into Gujarati. At the end of the session, the students can play a fun game of word bingo to show they have mastered that day's vocabulary. Try it, it is a lot of fun for everyone!

By peterfogarty

BSL Greetings, Family, Feeling & Questions Signs with URDU, GUJARATI & BENGALI Translations

BSL Greetings, Family, Feeling & Questions Signs with URDU, GUJARATI & BENGALI Translations

This publication has been produced in response to frequent requests for translated British Sign Language (BSL) materials for speakers of URDU, GUJARATI and BENGALI. The translation work was carried out initially in 2004 with the help of the National Deaf Children’s Society and the original publications were printed and in poster/mat format. Contains 40 signs in four topic pages translated into the three languages with fingerspelling alphabet borders. GREETINGS HELLO, WELCOME, GOOD, MORNING, AFTERNOON, EVENING/NIGHT, ALL RIGHT?, NAME, WHAT?, PLEASE/THANK YOU. FAMILY FAMILY, MOTHER, FATHER, SISTER, BROTHER, GRANDMOTHER, GRANDFATHER, HUSBAND/WIFE, FRIEND, NEIGHBOUR. FEELINGS FEEL, SAD, HAPPY, SCARED, ANGRY, FED UP, DON’T LIKE, HURT, UPSET, LOVE. QUESTIONS QUESTION, WHY? WHAT? WHEN? WHO? HOW? HOW OLD?, HOW MANY?, WHERE? WHICH? The English meanings have been added below each sign and written descriptions for the sign movements have been added at the back of the publication to assist teachers and carers working in this field. Supported by the Let’s Sign BSL collection of books, dictionaries, posters, flashcards, reward stickers and ebook/kindles.

By deafbooks

Gujarati Worksheet/Revision

Gujarati Worksheet/Revision

It helps with revision and a past like test paper to go over your basics with your students. Some parts need to be written in and then for them to answer . Hope you enjoy using it . Fell free to leave comments and any room for improvements.

By kkpp

Gujarati Test Paper

Gujarati Test Paper

This i can say is particularly for students who have just started learning the language and it can help identify key factors . Q5,6 AND 8 : have parts which need to be written in - name - alphabet - vowels - vocabulary - days of week -translations

By krups12345

Weather power point

Weather power point

Different types of weather Past –present- future tenses Days of the week How to compare seasons between England and India Season description in keywords and festivals in season. Writing work – example of lower and higher ability

By vmistry11

Whizzy loop

Whizzy loop

Use this whizzy loop by pressing the 's' key on your keyboard to start and stop it spinning super fast. You can change the text on the slides quite easily to suit your purposes - there is one here with numbers, one with dates and one with sentences on and several other ideas - at its simplest you can just ask pupils to translate the slide it stops on but you can use it in many, many different ways - put pupil names on it as a name selector, or sentences starters and a connective to build sentences - you choose. I have put several examples on here to help with ideas, but the concept of randomising things is the same throughout. Enjoy! The pupils LOVE coming to press the 's' key.....the simplest of things seem to please them.

By s.barfoot