After the shifting of school to the new building, the teachers of Jabri School have worked hard in improving the standard of the school. Math and English teachers are the setting the example and the other teachers are also following them. The teachers are teaching according to the guides provided to them and planning their lessons. Material provided to them is also being properly used in the classrooms. The students are also showing interest in their studies and the tasks given to them in the classroom.
The English teacher, Rubina Khan, is hard working and competent. She is performing well in her subject and assisting other teachers. She even came up with her own poem to teach her first and second graders the names of days of the week and months of the year.
When it comes to the letter of the week, Rabia writes it on the board and asks the students to pronounce it properly. She then asks them to use parts of their parts to make shapes of the words or use stems of tree and clay to make letters. She then asks the students about the things formed from these letters to make a word wall.
Rabia is also using the library effectively along with her syllabus to clarify grammar and improve reading.
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