Correct Answer - Option 4 : Only II
A storybook is a teaching material meant for students so that they can read a story by themselves or listen by their parents or teacher. The following are key points related to it:
- Children learn language and learn to read in context. Stories and poems also form interesting contexts.
- Stories exercise imagination.
- A book with stories develops children's learning strategies.
- Stories are inspiring, challenging and enjoyable.
- While relating a story, a teacher should stop in between and let children complete what would follow.
- Many important concepts are natural parts of the stories (for example- big, small, near-far, fat-thin etc.).
- Children acquire or consolidate them easily through a story.
- The context of the story introduces these and when enacted their meaning gets clearer.
- Besides, the child gets an opportunity to place herself in different characters and in imaginary situations.
- Initially, children mimic and copy only the gross visible features of the characters.
- For example, their way of walking, making sounds etc.
- These may include jumping as the rabbit, kicking as the horse, wake up call as a cock etc.
- It is these contexts that help children to learn to read.
After the teacher completes the work on a story, each pupil require a copy of the storybook.
Hence, we conclude that after the teacher has completed the work on a story, each pupil require a copy of the storybook.