Hindi / Year 3 and 4 / Communicating / Creating

Curriculum content descriptions

Engage with creative and imaginative texts such as stories, rhymes, dance and action songs, identifying favourite elements and acting out key events or interactions

[Key concepts: imagination, character, plot; Key processes: responding, identifying, creating, evaluating; Key text types: films, stories, myths, puppetry]


  • reading, listening to and viewing stories, children’s TV programs, excerpts from films, identifying and describing favourite elements, ideas and events
  • viewing excerpts from traditional texts such as जातक कथाएँ, explaining key elements, for example, नमस्ते / नमस्कार; चरण स्पर्श, आशीर्वाद
  • adopting and adapting styles and ideas from writers or artists that they enjoy to create their own imaginative texts, for example, a skit based on a scene from a favourite story
  • demonstrating understanding of plot and sequence in imaginative texts by creating a storyboard or timeline
  • describing favourite animal characters in Panchatantra Stories, comparing with the role of animals in stories from other world cultures
  • discussing favourite characters or events in familiar traditional texts such as दादी माँ की कहानियाँ
  • exploring rhythms, sound patterns and alliteration of Hindi, for example, by creating their own tongue twisters similar to कच्चा पापड़ पक्का पापड़
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Hindi language

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