Project Based Learning Activities
Shaasan- Ek Parivartan
To provide quality education and sustain innovation, concerted efforts from all stakeholders are of utmost importance. At K.R Mangalam World School, we achieve synergy by putting in tremendous effort into exploring innovative learning and teaching practices to enable the students to develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. In pursuit of the same, K.R Mangalam World school, G.K-II organized a PBL based exhibition, Shaasan-Ek Parivartan for classes VIII and IX.This exhibition was aimed at providing the students the hands-on experience of the concepts that they otherwise study in their books. The theme of the exhibition was ‘Forms of Government’. Hundreds of displays dotted several sections of school with participation ranging from each and every student. The students role playing different monarchs, dictators and presidents beckoned visitors to stop by and visit their ‘form of government’.
The solemn ceremony commenced on an auspicious note by invoking the blessings of the invincible Almighty along with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp by the panel of distinguished guests. The function was presided over by the Chief Guest of the day, Mr. T Pritam Singh, Regional Director of National Council for Teacher Education, Dr. Ashok Arora, Director, KRMCPDE and Mr. G.S Adhikari, the Controller of Examinations. The Principal, Dr. Sangeeta Arora congratulated the students for their laudable feat and encouraged them to keep striving to reach the pinnacle of success.
The Chief Guest, Mr. T Pritam Singh also congratulated the students for their stupendous performance as he witnessed the energetic and mesmeric conglomeration of innovative models, well-designed movies and beautiful art work.
Project Based Learning Activities
SOIL AND WATER
Students of grade 6 and 7 participated in the PBL presentation held on Saturday, December 14, 2019.
The complete strength of the classes was divided into 6 groups. Each group had 2 vertical groups of grade 6 and grade 7.
Group A: the students worked on Sources of water and their soil.
Group B: The students worked on ground water and soil profile.
Group C: the students studied extent of pollution in River Ganga and the soil.
Group D: the students studied extent of pollution in river Narmada and the soil.
Group E: the students studied and researched on the conservation of water and soil.
Group F: the students studied conservation of soil and water in hills.
Students prepared their models. Teachers guided them with their study and research. After preparing their models students had to present them in front of the audience. The audience included our esteemed guests, Principal ma’am, teachers and parents.
This was an opportunity for the students to present their knowledge, learning with confidence. The students also learnt to work in group, study the topics and analyze them. This was a platform which ensured holistic growth and learning.
Project Based Learning
CLASS IV – V ANNUAL PRESENTATION AND EXHIBITION
K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K. II staged an Annual Presentation and Exhibition showcasing a vibrant display of the theme ‘Oceans Divide Sports Unites’ by the students of Class IV and V portraying the importance of sports and unity in our lives. The day was celebrated with alacrity on Friday, November 29, 2019.
The exhibition was inaugurated by the eminent chief guest Mr. Ruchin Gupta, Additional Commissioner cum Director to the Government of India accompanied by the principal and the parents.
Doing something novel makes you unique. One step heading in uniqueness the students of Class V displayed an exhibition on the Project Based Learning topic ‘Sports’ in the school campus. The idea behind organizing such activity was to inculcate hands on experience among students, judge their ability in doing something new. The exhibition focussed on ingraining a scientific and creative attitude in our young students. The exhibition provided a platform for students to display their knowledge, creativity, investigative skills and talent The exhibits were displayed on each stall where students displayed the models , charts, games, puzzles and enactments along with live game counters.
A special presentation was also conducted by the students of Class IV on the topic ‘Seven Continents’. The presentation began on an auspicious note by invoking the blessings of Goddess Saraswati with the lighting of the lamp. The audience was given a rousing welcome with a melodious song followed by the welcome address of the Principal, Dr. Sangeeta Arora. In her speech, the Principal emphasized on the vivid cultures, customs and traditions of the seven continents of the world. The young enthusiasts and vivacious students of KRM rejuvenated everyone with their energizing presentation and scintillating dance performances.
The exhibition was a fun and enriching experience which motivated the children to give their best and the presentation was a resplendent pageant of dance, drama and music. The musical element infused symphony and melody into the show and brought the entire amphitheatre to life.
The vote of thanks was proposed by the Incharge.
The event closed with Grand Finale celebrations by all the participants. It was indeed a spectacular display of talent and fervor.
PROJECT BASED LEARNING EXHIBITION
CLASS III TOPIC – WATER
The Annual Exhibition is an integral part of school activities. It is an occasion of celebration, felicitation and festivity when students not only present their exhibits but also receive appreciation for their hard work. K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K. II organized its Annual Exhibition on Friday, January 24, 2020. The school hall witnessed great fun and frolic as the students and teachers put up subject specific stalls, displaying projects and models created by the students. It was a platform provided to the students to tap their hidden talent and innovatively give shape to theoretical learning. The students of Class III displayed an exhibition on the Project Based Learning topic ‘Water’ in the school hall. The idea behind organizing such activity was to inculcate hands on experience among students, showcase their ability in doing something new. The ‘Project Based Learning’ is a teaching method in which students’ gain knowledge and skills by working for a comprehensive period of time to explore and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question or challenge.
A special presentation was also conducted where the audience was given a rousing welcome with a melodious song. The young enthusiasts and vivacious students of Class III rejuvenated everyone with their energizing “Nukkad Nattak” and scintillating dance performance.
The exhibition focussed on ingraining a scientific and creative attitude in ouryoung students. The exhibition provided a platform for students to displaytheir knowledge, creativity, investigative skills and talent. The exhibits weredisplayed on each stall where students displayed the intriguing Scienceexperiments, scholarlydiscussions models, charts, games, puzzles, talk showand enactments along with live game counters.The exhibition received hugeappreciation from all. The zeal and enthusiasm showcased by thestudents left the visitors amazed.
PROJECT BASED LEARNING ACTIVITIES
CLASS II – PLANTS
The students of class II undertook Project Based Learning (PBL) on Plants.
The driving question was ‘Why do we call plants our dearest friends? ‘
The objective of the PBL was to help students understand the importance of plants in our lives and create awareness about their role in maintaining a healthy environment.
Various activities undertaken to achieve the objective were nature walk, show ‘n’ tell, poster making, kitchen garden, germination of seed, study of indigenous plants etc.Simple experiments were conducted by the students to create interest in the subject.
The culmination of the Project Based Learning was an exhibition cum annual presentation,
‘Taru-the soul of life‘. It was an ideal platform for the students to showcase their talent, creativity and innovation.
DAY & DATE: FRIDAY, 01NOVEMBER, 2019
The students of Class I of K. R. Mangalam World School, GK II staged an Annual Presentation- “Celebrating India.”
The beautifully scripted Annual Presentation based on Project Based Learning (PBL) Topic – Festivals of India, provided a platform for our young enthusiasts to learn the significance of different festivals and the moral values related to them. This inculcated among the students respect for all religions and the zest to celebrate all the festivals with harmony and unity.
The presentation commenced with lighting of ceremonial lamp by the eminent Chief Guest Mr. R.C. Sharma (former Director, Delhi Fire Services) and our Principal Dr. Sangeeta Arora. This was followed by a welcome song by the students.
Dr. Sangeeta Arora in her welcome speech to all guests emphasized on multifaceted development of the children instead of pursuing academic excellence alone. She motivated the children to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers and become productive members of an ever-changing global society.
The awe-inspiring presentation by the students was a confluence of colour and enthusiasm. It comprised of foot tapping music, well-co-ordinated dances and vibrant and colorful costumes.The plethora of talent and mesmerizingperformances left everyone spellbound. The students performed with grace, poise and confidence.
The vote of thanks was delivered by Ms. Sanya Gupta. The show ended with a rousing rendition of the National Anthem.
PROJECT BASED LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Topic: States and Dances of India
The students of KG presented their Annual Presentation – “States and Dances of India” on February 29, 2020.
Our principal Dr. Sangeeta Arora warmly welcomed our chief guest Sh Ajay Bhatiaji (IPS, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Tihar jail) and all the Parents for the presentation.
The programme began on the auspicious note of diya lighting followed by the unity song – हिन्ददेशकेनिवासी and principal’s speech.
Little wonders of K. R. Mangalam presented a scintillating performance showcasing the various States and dances of India.
The students came dressed in vibrant costumes and danced on foot tapping music. The presentation started with welcome dance. The students exhibited each state with lots of information about its language, costumes, culture, industries and beautiful dances.
The state of Punjab was highlighted by Bhangra, Maharashtra was highlighted by Lavani, Tamil Nadu by Bharatnatyam, Kashmir by Bhumroo and Rajasthan by Rajasthani folk dance.
The performance was bursting with energy and confidence and it was a beautiful platform for our little ones to exhibit their talents and creativity.
Mrs. Sanya Gupta Proposed the vote of thanks and the program ended with the National Anthem.