Class Archive‎ > ‎Archieve2017-18‎ > ‎


posted Nov 29, 2017, 9:32 PM by Tejaswini Nayak   [ updated Sep 23, 2018, 9:00 AM by Siva Kumar Puram ]
1. The following students presented their 'state' projects to the class- Aadit, Ananta, Diya, Jia, Khushi, Ronak, Manogna, Varun, Adit S and Ritam  

2. Names of all students who presented the 'State' project, were entered into a raffle drawing for a Starbucks gift cards!!....and the winner was Diya :-)  CONGRATULATIONS!!
All students did a lovely job with their presentations. We were very thrilled and proud :-) !

3. The annual Balvihar Republic Day project was announced, and details shared with the class. 
     Our assigned topic for Group 7A is "Harvest festivals of India"
     Time for presentation : 10 minutes  
     Presentation mode:   3-D models, brochures, slides presentation on their computers were suggested media        for use, with emphasis on a mandatory 3 fold POSTER per region.

4.  The following Class Groups have been made for this project :

Group 1 / North India : 
Students : Ritam, Vishal, Adit S, Aadit, Varun, Ronak 
States to be covered : Jammu & Kasmir, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Uttaranchal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Delhi

Group 2 / East India 
Students : Jia, Eesha, Maanvi, Anushka, Manogna
States to be covered : West Bengal, Orissa, Chatthisgarh, All north eastern states 

Group 3 / West India 
Students : Khushi, Ria, Diya, Nikita 
States to be covered : Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Daman, Diu, Madhya Pradesh 

Group 4/ South India 
Students : Meenakshi, Sonali, Sanchi, Niveta, Ananta
States to be covered : Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala

5. Subtopics to be covered for the harvest festivals, in each region : 
  •          art & cultural aspects such as attire, dance and music specific to the festivals
  •          religious aspects of the festival (mythological or other stories if any)
  •          culinary aspects associated with the regional harvest festivals

6. Dry run of the project is planned for the class on 1/07/18.
    Republic Day celebrations and Project presentation is on 1/28/18.

7Parents and students in each group are encouraged to plan/ meet, and work together to complete their             project.