FRIDAY ACTIVITIES REPORT- 6th November 2015
The students of classes VI to X of the theatre club enacted meaningful advertisement and learned about the commercial language of print and electronic media. The activity turned out to be a fun filled thinking experience.
In Maths club, Vedic Maths was taught to students. They were taught different multiplication methods for one digit, 2,3 digits numbers and so on.
The environment club conducted the article/ poem writing activity. The club members were made aware of Do’s and Don’ts on Diwali. They were asked to write the suitable heading to their article/poem. The club members participated with enthusiasm.They showed their creativity and came up with new ideas. Teachers’ in-charge helped them in the activity. The stationary (paper, colors etc) was provided to the students for the activity. Some of the students presented their article and poems in time given, rest of them will give the presentation in the next Friday Activity.
The students of Heritage Club presented their Heritage Club diaries. With Diwali around the corner, they were given some input on a cracker free Diwali so as to be aware of the harm caused to the environment due to the emerging smoke from the bursting of crackers. The students then performed the activity of creating posters with Diwali wishes and keeping it a cracker free Diwali.
ENGLISH ORATORY CLUB
Acting is a field which demands an individual to step into the shoes of someone else, It is like your mind at the same time, battling with your confidence, adrenaline rush and your thoughts for the particular topic. It enables the student to force and bring out the best of him; K.R. Mangalam’s motto is to train the child to be the best in all times. Students in the English Oratory club were read out the famous classic ‘The Bishop’s Candlesticks’. After the narration, a particular scene was picked up and they were supposed to act out that scene. The strength was divided into 5 groups. The response was overwhelming and it was a treat to eye to see kids filling up colors to the roles given to them.
Students of computer club designed web page of their favourite web site using various softwares.
Break The Chain Of Hunger.
K.R.Mangalam World School, G.K-II believes in the holistic development of the students and so constantly encourages and helps them excel in both Scholastic and Co-scholastic areas. Keeping in with the same, the Interact Club of the school met on 6th November, 2015 to discuss about poverty.
In this regard students were asked to make posters and express their views on the reasons for increasing poverty and how to contribute to reduce and eradicate poverty.
SCIENCE BEHIND MAGIC
The students were shown and taught the effect and impact of chemicals when reacted or mixed together. Following chemical reactions were covered during the activity:
*Fire with KmNO4+glycerine
*Melting of thermocole with acetone
The students of classes VI to X started with their warming up and stretching exercises. Then they continued with their usual routine of hip hop dancing. They enjoyed this form as the steps and formations were new to them.
In NCC club self defense training was given to the cadets to build up their confidence and also to help them tackle tough situations.
Art Club is a great way for kids to get active and have fun. The school provides students with the opportunity to take up Art Club as Friday activity and develop drawing and painting skills in a fun & friendly environment that encourages creativity. The seeds of innovation are sown by this club where the students are taught paperwork, drawing, coloring, and painting. These activities hone their creative skill. This time the students were asked to make pen holders and did Quilling
In both the activities, students participated actively and enthusiastically. They took full interest and explored their innovative ideas to complete their activity.
In the Friday activity of the quiz club the students were told about the importance of Dusshera and Deepawali in Hindu mythology and the story behind their celebration. Children enjoyed the story telling session. They also cross questioned and gave different versions of the story of Sita and Ram.