The prince in the classroom

Banerji, Rukmini (2009) The prince in the classroom. Learning Curve (13). pp. 77-79.

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It is afternoon in a government primary his stomach out and throws his head back. Then he school in Bakshi ka Talab block not far from walks forward in a leisurely fashion moving his arms Lucknow. The Class 2 classroom is packed very slowly. “Ah ha” says a girl from the back of the with children. In this school, like in many class, “Tahalna” is when you are a fat person walking other schools in the area, the lower grades have many many children. At least half of them look like they are really too young to be in Class 2. We are busy with the language text book. The chapter is long. We start with the first paragraph. Except for one or two children, no one can read even a few lines fluently

Item Type: Articles in APF Magazines
Authors: Banerji, Rukmini
Uncontrolled Keywords: Education, Elementary education, Early childhood education
Subjects: Social sciences > Education
Divisions: Foundation Publications
Full Text Status: Public
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