please give me a correct and perfect lesson plan sample format for English primary class.Please help..

please give me correct and perfect lesson plan sample format for social 9th standared chennai state syllabus

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Sample of lesson plan

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We need
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Adtiya

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jai hind
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First go through the text book thoroughly. Then you can take each and do whatever grammar you can do.
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Element
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Yea That is
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You should reference book use from your library
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what are the types of tenses
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Do or do char hote hai
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now about then affter borth uh
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What is present tense
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Se***
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There is no plane for primary english...U have to read all chapters and refer any guide for ur answer
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Read the chapter and note the important lines in a diary and read it time to time
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this is perfect or not didi

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improvement
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lesson
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Please find this answer

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People ( not run ) after money I want this answer
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Tense bataye
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tens
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past tens
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The childer..... at 9.00 pm .
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The children... at 9.00 pm. ( sleep)
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Hindi
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answer
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Sub+obj+v1+es+object
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Tense
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9the class
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Ranjith
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Please find this answer

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She is wearing a reverse shirt
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??????
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Please find this answer

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Please find this answer

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Ten q
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I also
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Hello
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Pasuao pr daya kr na aapka krtavya h
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I will go to the Delhi tomorrow
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Bhout sahi
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present continuous tense is used for ongoing action or inaction that has been arranged to take place in the near future
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Okkkk bro
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