Social Science Session
WASHING HANDS STOP THE SPREAD OF GERMS
This session was dedicated to teach children about the significance of keeping their hands clean.
Learners had been told to focus on hand-washing and hygiene.
In the session, learners of classes 2 and 3 learnt the art and science of washing one’s hands in eight steps. The session was well appreciated by the students and parents as this basic thing is apt and relevant in the current scenario of the society.
GOOD TOUCH V/S BAD TOUCH
Students were introduced the concept of Good Touch Bad Touch with the help of a story in the form of an audio-visual aid. The story revolved around "Komal" which made the topic easily fathomable. Students were repeatedly explained that their body belongs to them and sharing it with anybody is not acceptable. At the end of session, children learned about CIRCLE OF TRUST which includes people who protect us, support us and respect us. Students also made their own circle and enlisted people they trust.
WE RISE BY LIFTING OTHERS
In this session, students of class 3 were taught the character trait of “caring” to young children that can be accomplished by listening, modelling good manners and helping others. Teacher laid stress on, caring means many things including: sharing your belongings, acting out in kindness, using please and thank you, showing that you care and being helpful.
A BINGO session was organized for the students of class II with an objective to create a bingo game that would increase student interaction with course material and provide students with options for demonstrating learning and earning extra credit. In the session each child make grid with squares containing words and numbers. Each time the teacher asked a question, the student searches for the right answer on his/ her card, and marks it. The first student to have three words highlighted in a row yells ‘Bingo’, and wins.
FEED THE BIRDS
International days are occasions to educate the public on issues of concern, to mobilize their will and resources to address global problems, and to celebrate and reinforce achievements of humanity. So, to celebrate World Environment Day, a session of making of bird feeder was organized and teacher encouraged learners to appreciate the role of birds in ecosystem and feed them with proper food and water.
I CARE- World Environment Day
To spread awareness, to take positive environmental action and to protect nature and the
planet earth, few puzzles, riddles-based activities were conducted with kids.
LANDSCAPE EXPLORATION: PHYSICAL FEATURES OF INDIA
Learning outcome of this activity was that all the students started with a blank outline map and were able to mark and learn all the major physical divisions of India highlighting the important rivers and ranges
SOIL MORPHOLOGY-POP UP SOIL HORIZON
Our young learners experimented and created edible sediment jars edible pop up soil horizon.
All the students started with an empty glass and used Ingredients easily available at home like biscuits, syrups, coconut flakes, gems, crumbled cookies, grated cucumber, grapes to Create their edible soil profile jars.
WEATHER CHANNEL: EARTH'S HIGHTIEST STORM CYCLONE TAUKTAE
CYCLONE IN A BOTTLE
Subject mentor demonstrated how cyclone can be formed by doing various experiments.
CYCLONES: WHAT, WHY, WHEN, WHERE
Students made videos and PPTs on the parameters given below
how a cyclone is formed, effects of an cyclone, how to protect themselves during a cyclone, difference between cyclone, tornado and hurricane, cyclone prone areas, during the cyclone, the calm after cyclone
MIGHTIEST CYCLONE TAUKTAE
Our Mahavirians became news reporters and journalists.
EXPLORING THE AIR: OUR GASEOUS ENVELOPE
Students of class 7th were involved in live hands on activity on Earth's atmospheric layers. Our young Mahavirians are on a fast track to success as they demonstrated the working of 3D models on Earth's atmospheric layers.
EARTH'S CLIMATIC ZONES
All students had hands on practice by globe ,latitudes and model the heat zones of Earth .Students used balls to show latitudes and climatic zones and on these balls marked all the latitudes like equator, tropic of Cancer ,Tropic of Capricorn ,Arctic circle and Antarctic circle.
CARICATURE CRAZE: GUESS WHAT???
Some Caricatures and comic strip on various topics related to Political Science were shown to students like democracy, monarchy, Untouchability, Fundamental rights, Apartheid, Civil Right Movement, Tawa Matsya Sangh, health facilities inequalities, discrimination and interpretation of Political Symbols.
Students interpreted these in their own words, which created pool of thoughts and made learning fun.
DYNAMIC GEOLOGY: UNLEASHING TECTONIC PLATES
In order to extend the knowledge of our learners on the theory of tectonic plates, a virtual presentation on *volcanic eruption* was conducted to shed light on the mechanisms of volcanic eruption. To provide students with means and methodology to raise awareness regarding volcanic dangers. This way students are trained to become sensitive and informed citizens, responsive to the needs of their local community.
BUDDING ASTRONOMERS: Cosmic Exploration
All the students were ready with the material beforehand. They took a black sheet of paper and made the solar system with the help of balloons, thread, paper ball, quilling, bottle caps, pulses, etc, which proved once again that the universe is but a canvas to the IMAGINATION.
MOON WATCH SERIES: THE LUNAR CYCLE
Students were actively involved in live hands on activity on lunar cycle showing the phases of moon. They made their own moon posters and also used Oreo biscuits to make their own lunar cycle.
Students presented thought provoking speeches highlighting the ideals and values of peace, justice, non-violence, equality and human rights. Students presented their information on the UN Agencies and highlighted its foundation, role, importance and relevance.
Webinars conducted during Summer CAMP-2021
Webinar on Career Guidance- 13.05.21
Mr. Jitin Chawla, Career Counsellor, Founder and Director of North India's top most career counselling firm, ‘Centre for Career Development’. He made students aware about the path breaking stream wise opportunities in this modern era. Mr. Chawla also shared information regarding leading universities and various courses available. The webinar was attended by more than 300 students from classes IX to XII.
Interaction with Mr. Ankur Goel, MSMS Alumnus- 20.05.21
Mr. Ankur Goel, alumnus of MSMS, batch 1999 and Partner in Ernst and Young, India. Mr. Ankur motivated the students to stay focussed and pursue excellence in whatever field they choose. He recommended career options that have good scope in future to the students.
Career in Commerce by Pratham- 27.05.21
Mr. Praveen Khanna, is an MS in Psychotherapy to understand and develop ways to enhance students’ learnings. He is a government certified Business Communication Specialist and a Certified Training & Development Manager from PRATHAM institute. He reinforced the basic factors in choosing one’s career which employ Aptitude, interest, ability and personality. He discussed with the students that an ideal job is a combination of what one loves, what one is good at and what pays well specifically.