Anna Nagar

A or An – Decoded – ELP 3C

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There was a classroom full of children, who knew their vowels very well,
‘a’, ‘e’, ‘i’, ‘o’, ‘u’ and sometimes even ‘y’ too…..! Says a rhyme
Our ELP 3 segment has begun to sink its roots into the learning process. Apart from learning letters and blends children are simultaneously learning about articles in the English language. An important part of any language is its grammar; hence the focus is on learning how to use it appropriately, both while talking and writing .

After learning to separate the vowels from the consonants, this week children learnt about articles ‘a’ and ‘an’ and how they should be placed before a word. In ELP 3C we conducted an activity to instill the concept and children were asked to segregate the words based on the rule ‘a’ is followed by words that begin with consonants and ‘an’ is followed by words that begin with vowels.
The ease with which the children were able to carry out the activity reflected their understanding and we ticked off one rule of grammar effectively!

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