Class 4 2nd Language (Hindi/Telugu) (for CBSE & State Board)

How AMS Teaches Class 4 2nd Language (Hindi/Telugu)

Reading, writing, and spoken Hindi/Telugu for Class 4 is practiced daily during our Online Classes. Highly trained tutors for Class 4 second-language Hindi and Telugu use tools like comprehensive worksheets, and study material such as live quizzes, daily revision, assignments, tests and tuition to help keep students of Class 4 sharp, alert and attentive covering boards such as CBSE and State Board. These also help them build their vocabulary, improve their fluency, and improve their understanding of the subject. One of the major objectives of language teaching is to equip learners with the ability to read and write with understanding and to make them independent learners. Our effort is to sustain and enhance the degree of bilingualism and metalinguistic awareness that children have.

Why AMS Online Tuition for Class 4 2nd Language (Hindi/Telugu)

After My School works with highly trained tutors equipped to help students with daily tuition, revision, homework and exam preparation in Hindi/Telugu for all syllabi (CBSE, ICSE, SSC) for class 4. With the help of leading experts in the field After My School has developed standardised teaching methodologies to make sure our students receive the best possible After School worK (ASK) assistance with Hindi/Telugu for class 4.

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Testimonials

Discover Program is very useful. The Concept Evaluation Test (CET) which AMS conducted to assess the gaps in the concepts of the subjects of my child gave me an accurate report. After My School is helping my child to complete all the after school work and ensures all the concepts are clarified. I am satisfied with the performance of my child..

M. Divya Sai Bhavana

Center: AS Rao Nagar 1 | Parent: Soujanya K D

Satisfied with AMS till now. Discover Program and the Concept Evaluation Test (CET) is very useful and good for our information, so that the conceptual gaps which are identified can be worked on. .

J Sujay

Center: W. Marredpally | Parent: Vani Sree