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Std-9 Hindi Second Language 

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Textbook Name: Std- 9  Hindi Second Language Textbook

Language: Gujarati 

Class: Standard - 09 

Published by: Gujarat State Board of School Textbooks (GSSTB)

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Std-9  Hindi Second Language Textbook pdf

Place Figure 1 on overhead. Ask students: “What do you observe?” Typically students would answer: “Bird (or any other animal) tracks” or “Tracks left by birds (or other animals) as they walked toward the same spot,” etc. Accept all answers at this point and avoid making any judgment. You can list those answers on the board. 

Class-9 Hindi Second Language Textbook pdf

To continue with the bird scenario, at this point you may ask: “Can you see the birds?” or “How can you tell that these tracks are left by birds?” The fact that we can not see birds makes the statement “bird tracks” an inference rather than an observation. A possible observation would be: “Two sets of black marks of different shapes and sizes left on a transparency!” 

GSEB STD-9 Hindi Second Language Textbook

It is the case that based on this observation and probably on our familiarity with the kind of tracks that some animals leave behind, we inferred that birds made these tracks, but they may be something else. The tracks may be those of two different species of dinosaurs, or a mother (or father!) and a baby dinosaur of the same species. The tracks may as well be those of two different kinds of birds, or a large and a small bird of the same species. 

Std-9  Hindi Second Language

Even our claim that larger tracks are left by the larger animal is an inference. The important point to emphasize is that student statements similar to the ones above are inferences as contrasted to observations. You may ask your students: “Why were the two animals heading toward the same spot?” Again the answers may vary: Students may say that the animals were aiming at a common prey, or moving toward a source of water. One animal may have been attacking the other, or the two had to move to the same spot by virtue of the nature of the terrain, etc.

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