Kailash Satyarthi

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ENGLISHSecondary Education

This lesson contains 25 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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Glad to see to you all!

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I will be able to:
  • Assimilate more about famous personalities/achievers and explore the qualities required to be a successful human being.
  • See a short video and express the central idea of it
  • Learn to appreciate that success and hard work of the people and try to take lessons from their journeys
  • Read the chapter and answer the intermittent questions

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Can you name these achievers?
Which field /profession do they belong to?

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Can you list few qualities which these personalities shared in common?

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Drag and Drop Activity
Match the Idioms with their meanings on the next slide.

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Dress for success
Back the wrong horse
Hit a home run
It's in the Bag
pull up your socks
Rags to riches
to dress nicely in the hope of inviting success in a particular field
to support someone or something that later cannot be successful.
You do something which is commendable
Means that you are certain that you will achieve it.
Should start working hard.
A person's rise from a state of extreme poverty to one of great wealth.

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What impression do you form of Mr. Kailash Satyarthi after watching the video?

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Let's explore more about him.

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In 2014 he was awarded the Nobel along with Malala Yousafzai, the then-teenage Pakistani activist who survived being shot in the head by Taliban assassins, “for their struggle against the suppression of children and for the right of all children to education.”

Mr. Kailash Satyarthi is one of the strongest leaders and the loudest voice in the global fight against exploitation of children. Not caring even once about the life threatening attacks that he has survived, Mr. Satyarthi has personally rescued thousands of children from the scourge of slavery. 


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He left a lucrative career as an Electrical Engineer and started ‘Bachpan Bachao Andolan’ (Save the Childhood Movement) to rescue children and their families from the shackles of slavery.

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When and where was Kailash born?

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Why was Kailash shocked after hearing the cobbler’s response?

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What was the difference between Kailash and cobbler’s son?

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Kailash instantaneously gave his umbrella to cobbler's son. What does this tell you about Kailash?

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Which one quality according to you, made Kailash different from the rest of the crowd?

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Do you think Kailash's parents played a vital role in shaping his character? Justify.

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Read the chapter-Kailash Satyarthi.
S.NO-1.8-Create a poster  on an A4 size sheet depicting the causes of child labour. 

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Have a Good day ahead!

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