Actor-grew became flesh presser, and BJP leader Jaya Prada visited a college in Rampur wherein she met youngsters and taught them English. Prada joined the BJP just beforehand of the general elections and unsuccessfully contested Rampur against Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan.
All became proper when she reached the campus. But a video of her coaching English to college students of the government-run college is doing the rounds on the internet, thanks to the actress for misspelling the united states of America as ‘country.
The video shows that Jaya Prada taught Hindi to the students and then went on to say that “now it’s time for English.” The BJP chief first asked the students approximately the spellings of fruits, apples, and bananas. She then wrote, “India is my country.” This becomes captured in cameras of journalists overlaying Jaya Prada’s go to the authorities-run school after the ballot debacle.
A few instructors were additionally gifted in the classroom when Jaya Prada changed into teaching the students. But fantastically nobody talked about the mistake.
“The college students know the way to read and write Hindi and English. I will go on and teach other faculty college students in the approaching days,” Jaya Prada told ABP News.
Aishwariya Laxmi, Basic Education Officer of Rampur, stated that the mistake changed into rectified later, and college students had been taught the best spelling of the USA.
“I noticed it the moment she wrote it down but couldn’t say anything as she changed into surrounded with the aid of youngsters. After she left, I mentioned the mistake to her,” she instructed ABP News.
According to reports, the BJP flesh-presser becomes invited as a major guest to the school to sell Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath’s ‘School Chalo’ campaign. She additionally allotted textbooks, shoes, and toffee to some of the children.
Given the variety of definitions and implied clarification, statistics literacy is a cluster of abilities that a character can hire to cope with and benefit from the remarkable quantity of facts that surrounds us in our daily lifestyles and paintings.
STRUCTURE OF THE EDUCATION SYSTEM
Sierra Leone’s current instructional device comprises six years of formal primary training, three years of Junior Secondary School (JSS), three years of Senior Secondary School (SSS), and four years of tertiary training-6-three-3-4. (The Professor Gbamanja Commission’s Report of 2010 encouraged an extra yr for SSS to grow to be 6-three-four-four). The respectable age for primary faculty students is between six and 11 years. All students on the give up of class six are required to take and skip the National Primary School Examinations designed by using the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) to allow them to continue to the secondary school divided into Junior Secondary School(JSS) and Senior Secondary School (SSS). Each component has a final exam: the Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) for the JSS and the West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) for SSS. Each is carried out using WAEC. Successful candidates of WASSCE are admitted to tertiary institutions based on several subjects handed (GoSL,1995)
The curriculum of primary schools emphasizes communique competence and the capacity to recognize and control numbers. At the JSS level, the curriculum is well known and comprehensive, encompassing various expertise, attitudes, and abilities in cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domain names. The core topics of English, Mathematics, Science, and Social research are compulsory for all pupils. At the SSS stage, the curriculum is determined by its nature (trendy or professional) or its unique goals. Pupils have presented a fixed center (compulsory) subjects with non-obligatory topics based totally on their specialization. Teaching is guided using the teaching syllabuses and influenced by the external examinations that pupils are required to take on the 3/ four-year direction. English is the language of practice (GoSL,1995).
The international locations, two universities, 3 polytechnics, and two trainer training schools are answerable for the schooling of instructors in Sierra Leone. The Universities Act of 2004 provides for private universities so that these institutions too could help train instructors. Programs range from the Teacher Certificate offered with the aid of the teacher education schools to the Masters in Education offered by using universities. Pre-provider certification of instructors is the duty of the National Council for Technical, Vocational, and Other Academic Awards (NCTVA). There is also an In-service Teacher Training application (Distance Education Program) conducted for teachers to lessen the range of untrained and unqualified teachers, particularly inside the rural areas.