Friday activity- 12 February 2016
The students of western dance club started with their usual warming up session, followed by the continuation of their regular routine. Some students volunteered to help other students under the guidance of the teachers by showing warm up exercises. This made their dance session all the more interesting.
Phases of Moon
Students were asked to make different phases of moon with paper using cutting and pasting method. They took part with great enthusiasm and expressed it wonderfully.
Students of classes VI and VII did spiral painting. The students enjoyed the activity to the core of their interest in it.
The students were taught vocal exercise. They also did listening exercise by singing a song “Concert of BB King Blues Club”. The students sang the song and played various instruments (guitar, keyboard, drums and Congo) on the song. They were explained about ‘minor scale’.
Students were asked to complete logo designing of the environment club. At the end of the class, the students were given instructions for the next activity. The students also took initiative to clean up the class.Heritage club
The members of the Heritage Club were given an introduction on the preservation of natural heritage which is abundantly present in the form of landforms, plants and animals, water bodies etc., and is rapidly depleting from the surface of the Earth. They were then asked to write ten sentences in their diaries on how they can save these valuable natural heritages.
Knowing new words is always very interesting. It is like your mind at the same time, battling with your confidence, adrenaline rush and your thoughts for the particular topic, but spelling them right is a challenge sometimes. Keeping in mind the aim of the oratory development which targets at making kids a confident individual, a Spell Bee Competition was organised for the students. They were given interesting words for the dictation but were also asked to make corrections. They not just articulated wonderfully on the topic but also used gestures for better connection with the audience.
Two experiments were conducted in the science club. One was Electrolysis of water and the Effect of electric current when passed through a cut piece of potato. The students remained curious throughout the time and took keen interest in the activity.
Change is not merely necessary in life, it is life itself.
Environment degradation is one of the biggest challenges that the world faces today. What we are doing to environment today is but a reflection of what we are doing to ourselves and to others. Biological Hazards also known as biohazards, refer to biological substances that pose a threat to the health of living organisms, primarily that of humans.
The students of the Interact Club met to discuss about the Biological Hazards that is causing so much harm to the environment and the living beings on Earth. The students were asked to explain what they understood from the topic. Then, they were divided into groups of two and asked to design posters on the same. The students used their imagination and creativity, and very well expressed their thoughts on paper.