Math Club is a bunch of people getting together to play with math. You might play games that use math, or use math to create works of art, or make up puzzles and riddles that use math as part of the solution.For supplementing the teaching of Mathematics in the classroom and to widen the knowledge of the students a good mathematics teacher can involve his / her students in a number of co curricular activities such as Mathematics club, visits and excursion, broad-casts, gramophone lectures etc. There is no limit to such extracurricular activities and teacher is free to undertake one or more such activities in the school for the benefit of his students
The Maths Club provides the students with tricks to simplify and enjoy solving Maths. An array of activities are conducted to help the students discover their latent interests in the subject.
These activities help in fostering love for Maths and also help in re-kindling the love for the subject as a whole, in the hearts of students.
1. Recall the Courage and Patriotism of our national leaders
2. Analyse the statement - Hobby makes you smarter
3. Identify Indian ancient monuments
4. Analyse the perfect examples architecture
5. Impact of colonization on peasants
6. Measures to curb these evils
7. Identify Gandhiji's good habits you would like to imbibe
8. Examine the ancient Indian Dynasties
9. Understanding about ancient North Indian Dynasties
10. Understanding about ancient South Indian Dynasties
11. Exploring the ancient cities
12. Create a city tour of any city in India(Sight seeing tour) Include tourist spots, Monuments.,Museums etc and elaborate on each of them. (Any 5)
13. Prime Ministers and Presidents of India - Timeline
14. Currency and Flags of different Nations of the world
15. Personality of the Year-2019
Making Learning Fun in Bizakeo Club
1. Communication Pyramid - Business Communication.
2. Organizing Data Exercise - Balanced Scorecard.
3. Compare start up in Rural and Urban areas
4. Covid 19 is a curse for some business and boon for few
1. Planning for activities and documentation
2. Debate - Concluded that while having designer babies is a dangerous idea considering many factors, it will be more beneficial to rely upon potential of genetic engineering in correcting genetic defects.
3. Group Discussion
4. Presentation - Flvr Savr-Diksha, Pomato-Sanvi, Bt-Cotton-Akanksha, Humulin-Anjali, SCP-Vaishnavi, Stem cells-Panya, Erythropoitin-Ananya
Presentation - Bt-Cotton-Akanksha, Stem cells-Panya, Erythropoitin-Ananya
Presentation - Pomato-Sanvi,
5. Game of words - Guess the word with the description
6. Web Exploration
7. Exploration about Career options in the field
8. Research Methodology
9. Systematic Scientific Inquiry/Research
10. Selection of topic for research
Making Learning Fun in Eureka Club
Children have the tendency to make things, break things and handle things on their own but the conventional system of education does not allow them to do so. Self-expression, independent research, constructive activities, etc., are some of the opportunities provided by the science clubs. Science clubs also allow the students to work on their own ideas, hobbies, experiments, etc. In the classrooms, the students work formally and restrict themselves to the school curriculum. Whereas in science clubs, there are no restrictions and the students can work on their own ideas with full freedom. Science clubs may also help reduce the burden of the increasing science curriculum. Students can learn more through the activities and their own experiments and clarify general scientific concept
Activities in Eureka Club
1. Water: Global Crisis
2. Effect of radiation on living organisms & ways to minimize its effects
3. Magnus effect , its importance
4. Development of science in construction of dams
5. Chemistry in medicine
6. Nobel prize in physics and chemistry
7. Magical blend of physics and math
8. Theme: Recovering Planet
8 a. Activity-1 DISCUSSION-NEW NORMAL Focusing on the precautions and preparedness of Pandemic while developing scientific temperament. Followed up by the presentation made by students to explain the factors to handle pandemic situation.
8 b. Activity 2: Analysing impact of Corona Virus Pandemic- Positive Negative and Interesting by brain storming and visual inputs.
Make a presentation urging others to take action for Recovering Planet
9. Theme- Famous Scientists
10. Theme: Recovering Planet
10 a. Activity 1: DISCUSSION- How nature is healing during lockdown,
Make a pledge and a plan to take action
10 b. Activity 2: Make a video or presentation urging others to take action for Recovering Planet
10 c. Activity 3: Plant Water Filtration Experiment
10 d. Activity 4: Make a pledge and a plan to take action Writing down a commitment and making a plan are two actions that increase the likelihood that someone will follow through. This is an easy activity to do with students and a great way to incorporate an art project with a writing prompt.
11. How nature is healing during Lockdown?
12. What Is Coronavirus And Its Prevention?
13. Presentations by students and how to train a brain with scientific temperament.
14. Scientist who inspires me
15: Finding various causes and affects of Air Pollution
16: Environmental protection Agency, Duties of a global citizen
17: Introduction of mass, weight and density.
18: Density Column
19: FireLess Cooking
20: Atmospheric Pressure / Barometer
21: Hot Air Balloon
22: Electric Lift
ACTIVITIES FOR HOME SCIENCE
1. Laying table for lunch
2. Napkin folding techniques
3. Planning menu for an adolescent
4. Planning for club activities
5. Fill up the saving account form in bank/post office
6. Fill cheque
7. Health and hygiene
8. Rangoli making
1. Speaking Skill: Introduction, Video on the life of APJ Abdul Kalam and explanation of the major points in video in own words
2. Anagrams: Video and Worksheet
3. "What If" activity
5. Role play
6. Important days to celebrate
7. Guess the Idioms
1. Word world
2. Dialogue writing & role play
3. Story Telling presentation through video & audio
4. If I would be.........
5. Book review
6. Role Play
7. Cartoon Strip
8. Story board
1. Atithi tum kab aaoge
2. Jhooth ka Parinaam
The club aims to foster a love for language, enhance literary creativity and provide an avenue for self-expression beyond the school curriculum. To develop and hone the literary skills of the students, club inspires the students to develop a taste for literature and also works in the direction of educating their spoken and written language. It is intricate in a variety of activities aimed at building up the confidence and grooming the talents of students in facing various interpersonal activities and competitions.
To work for the progress of Hindi language, to create interest in the student for language, to encourage their creativity in oral and writing. With life‘s different color and Human emotion, the different activities of club are always progressing.
Activities are organized on patriotism to celebrate important days, to discuss problems of the country, environment protection, and enrichment of Hindi language. Poetry recitation, speech, essay writing, skits, quiz, debates and rally are held round the year.“The enlightened man was the first poet, from depths of heart came a song, eyes silently spoke an unknown poem".
The Literary Club provides students a take-off point to the work of Literature in Sanskrit. It creates opportunities to enhance their taste in reading, their sense of appreciation of literary expressions and their scope to emulate great literary figures through their works. The members also have opportunities to view outstanding plays and performances in the city. The club also conducts annual Inter-House Dramatics contest as well as a Literary Week involving various activities and presentation
The French Club offers an opportunity for French students to hone their language skills by engaging in fun, after-school activities. Students watch films, play games, and sample French culinary specialties. They may choose to visit a restaurant or a museum as well.
The Japanese Club offers an opportunity for students who study Japanese in their regular curriculum as an additional subject to hone their language skills by engaging in fun, after-school activities. Students watch films, play games, and sample Japanese culinary specialties.
Superpositivity Club is an international, inclusive, inspirational non-profit club created by the Superpositivity Movement that can be formed in any educational, corporate, public, and social institution or by an independent group of socially conscientious individuals. It is a community of people driven to activate super positivity for themselves and the world who meet at least once every week (ideally on Friday or the last working day of the week) and share the most inspiring developments in their life and the world in general.
Superpositivity Club works on the lines of the photography club, gardening club, music club, robotics club, etc. Students who are most passionate about practicing super positivity would join it, and membership would be voluntary, free and open to all students from class 1 to 12. The only requisite for the club is that it’d firmly adhere to the Superpositivity Club Charter and follow the Superpositivity Club Format.
Members would meet either collectively or in different batches for primary, middle and senior school on the last period of Friday or the last working day of the week for a 40-minute or 60-minute session (depending on the institute’s schedule). Every session would be called Superpositivity Exchange, in keeping with the interactive nature of the program.
The singular purpose of the Superpositivity Club will be to focus on infinite solutions and infinite possibilities of every situation in life and to inspire every participating teacher and student to become the highest version of themselves.
In keeping with the Superpositivity philosophy, the Superpositivity Club license would be granted for free to every interested institution (whether public or private) without exception for perpetuity and would be valid for life, provided the school uses it for humanitarian purposes only, follows the Superpositivity Club Format and the Superpositivity Club Charter and does not monetize the Superpositivity Club activities.