Teach Punjabi using these 7 essays

Teach Punjabi using these 7 essays

These 7 essays could be used a scheme of learning for KS3 or GCSE - i.e. writing simple and complex sentences in Punjabi. Excellent ideas on how to improve writing skills using topics like Relationships with family and friends, Leisure free time, life style, Holidays, Environment pollution, Current and Future jobs etc.
sekhon1976
Learn Punjabi The Fun Way! Bundle

Learn Punjabi The Fun Way! Bundle

Are you learning Punjabi? Are you wanting to learn in a more fun way? I have adapted teaching resources I made to teach ESL to teach Punjabi. While the worksheets are still in English, the students translate the 57 settings and 114 pages of worksheets into Punjabi and learn them with a Punjabi teacher. The worksheets encourage the students to speak in Punjabi and recall the words they have used in each lesson.
peterfogarty
How & why do Sikhs celebrate Bandi Chhorr Divas on Diwali?

How & why do Sikhs celebrate Bandi Chhorr Divas on Diwali?

Stand alone 1 hour lesson aimed as Y6 to Y8. First half looks at the story behind the Bandi Chhor festival and the second half looks at how Sikhs celebrate it. Can also be used in conjunction with "What is the story behind Bandi Chhor" All tasks are reviewed and progress is checked and assessed at 4 key point within the lesson and linked to levels and / or effort. Plenty of LOTS & HOTS and green pen reflection action. Pupils choose the main tasks they do and the level at which they do them. Great lesson to help pupils understand why Sikhs celebrate Diwali even though it is a Hindu festival. Able pupils are encouraged to compare Bandi Chhor to other religious festivals such as Diwali, Hanukkah, Eid & Christmas (Depending on previous learning) Also encouraged to compare to secular events such as the Holocaust & Prisoner Awareness day. Please review, I cannot improve without feedback.
icyminx
Why do Sikhs celebrate Diwali/ Bandi Chhor Divas?

Why do Sikhs celebrate Diwali/ Bandi Chhor Divas?

Aimed at Y7/8, this PPT is easily adapted for Y5/6. The PPT includes teaching notes, lesson plan and differentiated questioning. The whole lesson including plenty of peer & self assessment with LOTS & HOTS and green pen reflection. The aim of the lesson is for pupils to understand why Sikhs celebrate Diwali but why Sikhs call it Bandi Chhor divas (Prisoner release day). The lesson takes them through the story and enables them to identify themes in common with Diwali, Christmas, Hannukah such as good & evil. Can be easily linked to the Holocaust and Black history month through questioning and extending the activities. The next lesson looks and how Sikhs celebrate Diwali. Please help me to improve and review they lesson.
icyminx