FRIDAY ACTIVITIES – 20th November 2015
In UN club, the students got indulged in a group discussion on ISIS terror attack. Also news headlines of UN stake on Myanmar civil war issue was also discussed. All the students, after reading newspaper, discussed about the role of UN in internal civil wars happening all around world.
In interact Club, students discussed the ill effects of ‘Drinking and Driving’. This is the devil that is claiming umpteen number lives and property. According to 2009, drunken driving statistics there were 10,839 traffic fatalities in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes. The students raised concern and talked about how fatalities could be averted in such a scenario. They drew posters to show what could happen if individuals drove after drinking and also wrote slogans to make people aware about the same.
English Oratory Club
In English Oratory Club, we not only believe in enhancing students’ creative thinking skills but also focus on developing practical approach towards certain issues in the form of debate.
Debate is contention in argument; strife, dissension, quarrelling, controversy; especially a formal discussion of subjects before a public assembly. Debate is a method of formally presenting an argument in a disciplined manner. Students were paired followed by allotment of various topics. They came up with the most stunning content for their argument. While speaking passionately about their topics, they presented certain factual evidence with emotional conviction will. The students were analytical and their presentation had a definite effect on your adjudicator, as well as the audience. It proved to be a learning experience for everyone.
The students of Heritage club were made aware of the growing violence in the society and the intolerance among communities in the world. They were given the example of the attacks happening on innocent common people and were reminded of the great heritage of peace and harmony that existed in India during the times of Ashoka and Mahatma Gandhi.
They noted down the notes in their Heritage Club diary. They also made banner to spread the message of peace as a group activity
Students of class VI to X had an activity where all of them spoke for one minute about different latest technologies like Google 3-D surface, Sensor wrist watch, wearable devices, Ultimate battery, etc. Students learnt a lot by exchanging their knowledge and views.
Activity: Calendar Designing
Students were asked to draw pictures relating to some environmental issue for the calendar. The students came up with interesting ideas and presented them beautifully on A4 size sheets. The students were sensitized to various environmental issues.
At the end of the class the students were given instructions for the next activity. The student also took initiative to clean up the class.
In Maths Club, Kakuro puzzles and Vedic Maths multiplication were taught
The students performed an experiment on laws of reflection in the science club. The aim of the experiment was to prove that the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection using plane mirror.
The students of classes VI to X started with the usual warm up session. In addition to that, they also did some freestyle dancing on various English songs to show their talent off a little bit more. After that, they continued with their regular hip hop routine on the same song and a few extra steps as well.
The students were given an idea about terms related to space. The students showed great interest in solving the crossword puzzle based on space exploration.
The students of classes VI and VII designed wreath under the supervision of their activity teachers. The students showed keen interest in the activity and participated with great enthusiasm.
The students practiced some vocal exercises. They also listened to a song “SKY FALL” and did practice.
In the quiz club, the students were asked to share their view about the importance of festivals in our life and the way Diwali is celebrated. Each child was eager to tell how they have celebrated Diwali. Most of them were in favour of not burning crackers.
Health and wellness
The students discussed peculiar character of Indian culture of secularism. It was thoroughly explained to the students that the only acceptable behavior of human in INDIA is humanity based and there exists no place for fanatic religions. The constitution of India guarantees the religious freedom to each citizen in India and there cannot be any disparity based on religious faith. The students gathered the information with utmost sincerity.
The students in the German Club were introduced to the topic ESSEN und TRINKEN. The students learnt new words based on the topic. It helped them to enhance their vocabulary. Students did listening exercises in Deutsch too.
The students practiced for Natural Octave with simple finger exercise on sitar, violin and harmonium and learned Tala Keharwa on tabla.
The students practiced folk dance steps of different states and showed great level of energy and interest.