Languages of India

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Goal of the Lesson plan: • To learn the names of different languages spoken in India and to associate them with the different regions of India. • The lesson plan looks very big but don’t get intimidated please read through and just tailor it to you class.Language is a very important part of a person’s identity.

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Languages of India Goal of the Lesson plan: To learn the names of different languages spoken in India and to associate them with the different regions of India. The lesson plan looks very big but don't get intimidated please read through and just tailor it to you class.Language is a very important part of a person's identity.Uniqueness of multiple languages in India: India is quite unique when it comes to the language spoken and used in the country. Indians speak and write in not one or two but many different languages. In order to fully appreciate how unique that is, let us look at a few countries that are bigger in size than India: USA, Canada, China and Brazil. The entire USA has one official and popular language :English. Canada has two official and popular languages: English and French. China has two most popular and commonly used languages: Mandarin and Cantonese. Brazil has one popular and official language: Spanish. India on the other hand has 18 languages officially recognized by the constitution and many more spoken by people around the country.Why does India have so many languages when countries bigger than India have only one or two languages: There are two main reasons for this situation: 1. First is the history of the country. India has a very old civilization and has been a land occupied by people for centuries. In the past centuries,people migrated to India from many parts of Asia and even Europe and in

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