Students were shown an experiment in the biology lab which enabled them to discover the functioning of the digestive system. Later, a flowchart summed up their understanding and students made a diagram of digestive system too.
A book on respiratory system was read to students in class and 2D animation was shown in the form of an audio–visual presentation. Students further wrote about the function of the parts of the respiratory system in their process journals.
Students found out about the circulatory system by reading from a book on the human body and a floor game. To have a better understanding they were shown a video on the vascular system.
Students attempted a formative assessment on body systems, wherein they had to cut and paste the organs in the human body cut out and identify their functions.
For English lessons, practice of articles was undertaken through an online games. Students were assessed on their spellings with a spell bee where they also chose 2-3 words from the list to make sentences.
To enhance their understanding of estimation in measurement, students were shown a presentation on how estimation is can be made for measurement.
During their Hindi lessons, students watched a video ‘ Judge capsule kee adaalat’. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0mHbOBtIgU and attempted a ‘Listen and Tell’ activity. They enhanced their verbal skills by reciting a poem ‘आँख दिखाए मनमोहक दृश्य’.They revisited the grammar concepts ‘क्रिया और विशेषण’ (verbs and adjectives) using a the mind map and created a T-chart from the same. Students enhanced their thinking and social skills by playing a quiz.
ICT was integrated with UOI when students were exposed to the body systems and their organs. They learned to sequence the organs from the head to toe in sequence of their presence in the body.
Students learnt how to sing ‘Mary’s Boy Child’ and ‘Santa Claus is coming to town’. They also played the C Major scale on the xylophone.
Connecting to the human body to the concept of proportion, students observed the image of the Vitruvian man and analyzed the human proportion. They also saw a short video to gain an understanding on Leonardo’s theory of the Vitruvian man. Students discussed their understanding and later attempted drawing the Vitruvian man to scale on a square sheet.
Students stressed basic full body workout, starting from head to toe. Students have also been practicing and adding steps to the jazz dance routine.
In continuation of their lessons, students practiced start and finish for running. They also practiced jumping and throwing. While umping, students practiced the following-arms swing back, hips hinge, legs and core engaged, weight shifts forward, concentration on the leg position and landing with hip hinge.
While throwing, students practiced feet shoulder-width apart, shoulders, knees and toes aligned, make a grip on the ball, throw at the back and follow through completely.
Students practiced skating with good speed with focus on two-foot turns from forward to backward in place — clockwise and counterclockwise, forward outside edge on a circle and forward inside edge on a circle.
Students were asked to write their favorite book and its author on a piece of paper given to them. Theywrote fiction books but some very interesting nonfiction titles were also mentioned by like –Sports encyclopedia, Rainforest , Lionel Messi , Animal encyclopedia. Students further shared why that particular book was their favorite and what the story was about.