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Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades
Saying without Speaking
7 7
7 7 7
i Have you ever seen anyone talking through actions?
i When do people need to talk like this?
Choose situations which children can understand and relate to, so
that they can perform better in such acts or games.
Let us play a game. In this game, everyone has to let others
know what they want to tell without speaking. Divide yourselves
into groups of seven.
Your teacher will give each group a piece of paper with a
situation written on it.
Each group will read what is written on the paper and prepare
a silent act. Keep in mind that you cannot speak. You can express
through your face and body actions.
When all the groups are ready with their act, they have to
perform one by one in front of the other groups. The others will
have to guess what is being acted out.
How did you like this game?
Did you find it difficult to act without speaking?
Look at the picture given on the next page. The children in
the picture are talking to each other through actions.
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© NCERT 
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Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades
Saying without Speaking
7 7
7 7 7
i Have you ever seen anyone talking through actions?
i When do people need to talk like this?
Choose situations which children can understand and relate to, so
that they can perform better in such acts or games.
Let us play a game. In this game, everyone has to let others
know what they want to tell without speaking. Divide yourselves
into groups of seven.
Your teacher will give each group a piece of paper with a
situation written on it.
Each group will read what is written on the paper and prepare
a silent act. Keep in mind that you cannot speak. You can express
through your face and body actions.
When all the groups are ready with their act, they have to
perform one by one in front of the other groups. The others will
have to guess what is being acted out.
How did you like this game?
Did you find it difficult to act without speaking?
Look at the picture given on the next page. The children in
the picture are talking to each other through actions.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
46
Most of us can hear and speak, but there are some people
who can neither hear nor speak. These people talk through
actions. They understand what the other person is saying by
studying their lip-movements.
All of us cannot do everything. Some of us sing well, others
write good poetry. Some can climb trees quickly while others
can run fast. Some can draw well, others can sing in tune. We
are all special in our own  ways. Hence, in schools we can learn
from each other. Like all children, children who cannot speak
and hear also go to school to read and write. In schools, sign
language is taught to them.
Let us read about a child who cannot hear, yet, who can do
many things.
2019-20
© NCERT 
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Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades
Saying without Speaking
7 7
7 7 7
i Have you ever seen anyone talking through actions?
i When do people need to talk like this?
Choose situations which children can understand and relate to, so
that they can perform better in such acts or games.
Let us play a game. In this game, everyone has to let others
know what they want to tell without speaking. Divide yourselves
into groups of seven.
Your teacher will give each group a piece of paper with a
situation written on it.
Each group will read what is written on the paper and prepare
a silent act. Keep in mind that you cannot speak. You can express
through your face and body actions.
When all the groups are ready with their act, they have to
perform one by one in front of the other groups. The others will
have to guess what is being acted out.
How did you like this game?
Did you find it difficult to act without speaking?
Look at the picture given on the next page. The children in
the picture are talking to each other through actions.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
46
Most of us can hear and speak, but there are some people
who can neither hear nor speak. These people talk through
actions. They understand what the other person is saying by
studying their lip-movements.
All of us cannot do everything. Some of us sing well, others
write good poetry. Some can climb trees quickly while others
can run fast. Some can draw well, others can sing in tune. We
are all special in our own  ways. Hence, in schools we can learn
from each other. Like all children, children who cannot speak
and hear also go to school to read and write. In schools, sign
language is taught to them.
Let us read about a child who cannot hear, yet, who can do
many things.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
47
I have a sister
My sister is deaf.
She is special.
There are not many sisters
like mine.
My sister can play the piano.
She likes to feel the
deep rumbling chords.
But she will never be
able to sing.
She cannot hear the tune.
She likes to leap, to tumble,
to roll, to climb to the top of
the monkey bars.
Now my sister has started
going to my school, although
our mother still helps her
lip-read at home.
The teacher and children do
not understand every word
she says, like sister
or water or thumb.
I wore my sunglasses
yesterday.
The frames were very large.
The lenses are very black.
My sister made me take
them off when I spoke.
What do my brown eyes say
to her brown eyes?
I have a sister, My sister cannot hear
JEANNE WHITEHOUSE PETERSON
(Extract from the poem : I have a sister
My sister is deaf)
Through this story it can be
discussed that we have
different abilities. By
incorporating the children’s
own experiences, sensitivity
towards this issue can be
enhanced.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
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45
Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades
Saying without Speaking
7 7
7 7 7
i Have you ever seen anyone talking through actions?
i When do people need to talk like this?
Choose situations which children can understand and relate to, so
that they can perform better in such acts or games.
Let us play a game. In this game, everyone has to let others
know what they want to tell without speaking. Divide yourselves
into groups of seven.
Your teacher will give each group a piece of paper with a
situation written on it.
Each group will read what is written on the paper and prepare
a silent act. Keep in mind that you cannot speak. You can express
through your face and body actions.
When all the groups are ready with their act, they have to
perform one by one in front of the other groups. The others will
have to guess what is being acted out.
How did you like this game?
Did you find it difficult to act without speaking?
Look at the picture given on the next page. The children in
the picture are talking to each other through actions.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
46
Most of us can hear and speak, but there are some people
who can neither hear nor speak. These people talk through
actions. They understand what the other person is saying by
studying their lip-movements.
All of us cannot do everything. Some of us sing well, others
write good poetry. Some can climb trees quickly while others
can run fast. Some can draw well, others can sing in tune. We
are all special in our own  ways. Hence, in schools we can learn
from each other. Like all children, children who cannot speak
and hear also go to school to read and write. In schools, sign
language is taught to them.
Let us read about a child who cannot hear, yet, who can do
many things.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
47
I have a sister
My sister is deaf.
She is special.
There are not many sisters
like mine.
My sister can play the piano.
She likes to feel the
deep rumbling chords.
But she will never be
able to sing.
She cannot hear the tune.
She likes to leap, to tumble,
to roll, to climb to the top of
the monkey bars.
Now my sister has started
going to my school, although
our mother still helps her
lip-read at home.
The teacher and children do
not understand every word
she says, like sister
or water or thumb.
I wore my sunglasses
yesterday.
The frames were very large.
The lenses are very black.
My sister made me take
them off when I spoke.
What do my brown eyes say
to her brown eyes?
I have a sister, My sister cannot hear
JEANNE WHITEHOUSE PETERSON
(Extract from the poem : I have a sister
My sister is deaf)
Through this story it can be
discussed that we have
different abilities. By
incorporating the children’s
own experiences, sensitivity
towards this issue can be
enhanced.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
48
This is Aftaab. His
favourite toy has fallen
down and broken. He is
sad. How will his face
look?
Our eyes tell a lot small children tell a lot through their face and
hands even before they learn to speak. They understand a lot too.
The face
is a
mirror
Observe children of about six to eight months in your
area. How do they express themselves?
You must be wondering what kind of faces these are –
they have no eyes, no nose, no mouth. You have to  make
these, but only after reading what is written alongside.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
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45
Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades Dumb Charades
Saying without Speaking
7 7
7 7 7
i Have you ever seen anyone talking through actions?
i When do people need to talk like this?
Choose situations which children can understand and relate to, so
that they can perform better in such acts or games.
Let us play a game. In this game, everyone has to let others
know what they want to tell without speaking. Divide yourselves
into groups of seven.
Your teacher will give each group a piece of paper with a
situation written on it.
Each group will read what is written on the paper and prepare
a silent act. Keep in mind that you cannot speak. You can express
through your face and body actions.
When all the groups are ready with their act, they have to
perform one by one in front of the other groups. The others will
have to guess what is being acted out.
How did you like this game?
Did you find it difficult to act without speaking?
Look at the picture given on the next page. The children in
the picture are talking to each other through actions.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
46
Most of us can hear and speak, but there are some people
who can neither hear nor speak. These people talk through
actions. They understand what the other person is saying by
studying their lip-movements.
All of us cannot do everything. Some of us sing well, others
write good poetry. Some can climb trees quickly while others
can run fast. Some can draw well, others can sing in tune. We
are all special in our own  ways. Hence, in schools we can learn
from each other. Like all children, children who cannot speak
and hear also go to school to read and write. In schools, sign
language is taught to them.
Let us read about a child who cannot hear, yet, who can do
many things.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
47
I have a sister
My sister is deaf.
She is special.
There are not many sisters
like mine.
My sister can play the piano.
She likes to feel the
deep rumbling chords.
But she will never be
able to sing.
She cannot hear the tune.
She likes to leap, to tumble,
to roll, to climb to the top of
the monkey bars.
Now my sister has started
going to my school, although
our mother still helps her
lip-read at home.
The teacher and children do
not understand every word
she says, like sister
or water or thumb.
I wore my sunglasses
yesterday.
The frames were very large.
The lenses are very black.
My sister made me take
them off when I spoke.
What do my brown eyes say
to her brown eyes?
I have a sister, My sister cannot hear
JEANNE WHITEHOUSE PETERSON
(Extract from the poem : I have a sister
My sister is deaf)
Through this story it can be
discussed that we have
different abilities. By
incorporating the children’s
own experiences, sensitivity
towards this issue can be
enhanced.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
48
This is Aftaab. His
favourite toy has fallen
down and broken. He is
sad. How will his face
look?
Our eyes tell a lot small children tell a lot through their face and
hands even before they learn to speak. They understand a lot too.
The face
is a
mirror
Observe children of about six to eight months in your
area. How do they express themselves?
You must be wondering what kind of faces these are –
they have no eyes, no nose, no mouth. You have to  make
these, but only after reading what is written alongside.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
49
This is Yamini’s mother.
Today, while Yamini was
taking out the bottle of
pickle from the kitchen it
fell from her hand and
broke. Draw the look on
her mother’s face.
This is Rehana. She is afraid
of dogs. While playing,
suddenly a dog came in front
of her. How will Rehana’s
face look?
This is Julie. Her little sister
was born just yesterday. She
is very excited. How will her
face look?
Encourage children to express
their feelings through various
ways. This will develop their
creative expression abilities.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
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