After developing listening skill, students would narrate the same story through which they developed speaking skill.
A government circular, dated December 21, said all norms of social distancing and precautions to check the spread of COVID-19 will have to be followed during these activities.
Earlier this week, the government allowed the reopening of places of worship. Schools for students from Std 9th to 12th have also reopened in some parts of the state this week.
The Maharashtra government extended the ongoing lockdown restrictions, imposed to contain the spread of coronavirus, till November 30.
However, hotels, food courts, restaurants, and bars will be allowed to operate with effect from October 5 with a capacity not exceeding 50 per cent or as may be prescribed by the local authorities.
They said the tariff levied on the hotels should be brought on par with other industries.
A notice to this effect was issued by the government on Monday while also extending the lockdown till then end of September but with more relaxations.
After the lockdown came into force in March, many band artists in Maharashtra's Aurangabad and Nanded districts had to leave their profession as they did not get any bookings.
Forced to travel 50 km for online classes, children in Maharashtra villages reach out to NCPCR for internet
The children from remote villages in Maharashtra had to deal with Internet disruptions since early June when connectivity along the coastal area of Ratnagiri district became scratchy.
A bench led by Chief Justice Dipankar Datta was hearing a Public Interest Litigation filed by a city-based NGO seeking that the state reopen temples and permit limited number of devotees at a time.
Don't want a second wave: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray says COVID-19 lockdown to be lifted stepwise
The threat of COVID-19 still persists, Thackeray said on Saturday, and added that he does not want a second wave of the deadly viral infection in the state.
The Maharashtra CM said there was a need to strike a balance between the issues related to health and economy considering the challenge posed by the pandemic.
He said the lockdown will be enforced strictly in municipal areas of Sangli and Miraj and municipal council areas, and urged people from rural areas to observe 'janata curfew'.
While Thane has declared lockdown extension upto July 19 evening, Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad have extended it till July 23.
The court was hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) and a criminal writ petition, both seeking the same relief.