The Hindi language (Hindi course B of the CBSE curriculum) is taught at ENS as a compulsory subject from Grade 1 to 10. Its relevance in the 21st century is unprecedented considering India's increasing prominence in the affairs of the world today and the changing nature of India's stature in influencing current world political trends. Language holds an inherent part in defining our identity and we at The Emirates National School uphold the significance of our National Language in our student's learning curriculum. We instruct students to master the four language skills (listening, reading, writing and speaking) along with developing their cognitive, creative and interpretive skills.
The Hindi faculty consists of seventeen qualified and committed teachers and we have planned the Hindi curriculum based on the child's ability to learn and use skills imparted in each stage of their learning process. Our syllabus is structured according to the requirements of the CBSE CCE system and include as much student teacher interaction and participation as possible. Today, our learning modes have shifted from the taught mode to an activity based board ensuring whatever skills we teach are strongly imbibed by the student.
Objectives of Teaching Hindi in Grades 1 & 2
Enable students to develop an understanding of spoken Hindi.
Attain a basic proficiency in the use of Hindi in listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Develop oral reading skills and age appropriate vocabulary.
Develop competence in speaking Hindi with clarity, correct intonation and pronunciation.
Objectives of Teaching Hindi in Grades 3 to 5
Build on developing the four language skills
Use effective strategies to comprehend unfamiliar words
Understand the importance of using the correct structure of sentences and develop consistency in the use of tenses.
Develop their vocabulary by using dictionary effectively while encountering a new word.
Speak clearly and confidently and develop their thinking skills appropriately.
Organize their ideas and write correct sentences with correct spellings and punctuations.
Develop the values conveyed through the different literary genres in the prescribed text.
Objectives of Teaching Hindi in Grades 6 to 8
Enhance higher language skills and use of sophisticated text.
Interpret, analyze, infer and evaluate the different literary pieces and passages in the prescribed texts.
Express and respond to a range of ideas and opinions clearly and appropriately.
Use appropriate style and structure to communicate ideas and thoughts.
Develop their creativity and to express themselves in writing concisely, clearly and appropriately.
Enrich their vocabulary and make it a part of their communication and writing.
Inculcate values inherent in the textual material.
Objectives of Teaching Hindi in Grades 9 to 10
Mature language skills to highest proficiency levels with respect to the language skills, linguistic proficiency and communicative competence
Comprehend and communicate correctly and meaningfully through learning, speaking and writing.
Structure creativity through appropriate tools of communication and express their ideas using their own experiences, knowledge and imagination
Develop their critical thinking skills by allowing them to develop their own point of view after reading and listening to the variety of textual material.
Develop sophisticated communication skills the acquisition of higher vocabulary uses and pruned grammatical skills.