MYP 5 Blog April Week 2

ENGLISH We have received extensive feedback on our mock 2 assessment paper and have worked on it by correcting errors. We have worked on the concept of graphic novels and have revised the terminology required to analyse a text from this genre.

We have taken another practice test for the subject and are in the process of self-evaluating this paper by understanding each criterion strand.

SCIENCE Physics: In last two weeks, our main focus in class was on understanding criteria B & C. We completed two investigations keeping in mind these two criteria. First one was on electromagnets and we were supposed to only plan an investigation, whereas, second one was on oscillation – pendulum, related to the concept waves. Here, we were expected to plan as well as execute the investigation using a simulation provided and complete analysis and evaluation of the same.

 

Chemistry: We discussed our mock 2 assessment paper and did corrections. We brushed up on some previous Chemistry concepts. We completed a task sheet to improve on the previous topics we had learned. We were given practice on criteria B and C questions. We have successfully shown that our understanding of these topics is heightened through our active participation in class discussions.

 

-Krishna Raj Puniya

Biology: We discussed and revised various concepts in the class like enzymes, role of liver in digestion, genetic terms and genetic cross. We worked on the assigned revision sheets. We also discussed and practiced questions based on the pattern of e Assessment.

 

Kunal Rathi

 

INDIVIDUALS & SOCIETIES We revised concepts of Individuals and Societies and discussed the IDU pre released material. We discussed Mock 2 answers to improve on our mistakes.
MATHEMATICS (Standard) We discussed and made questions for the IDU paper.

We revised the topic functions and transformations. We also attempted questions on coordinate geometry. Then, we solved the direct proportion & inverse proportion worksheet in order to make generalizations.

 

MATHEMATICS (Extended) This week, we mostly were working on our inter disciplinary pre-released material. We worked on the first four sources and then presented our views. We also collaborated with our I and S teachers and wrote our understandings of the source on a padlet wall. Other than that, we revised for our e-assessments on the concepts of statistics, surface area, volume and probability.

 

-Ishaan Gupta

 

ICT Throughout last week and this week, we worked on our E-portfolio and took constant feedback from our mentor. We went through a checklist to self-evaluate our portfolio before giving it in for a final round of feedback.  This is our final project for Design and we wanted to perform our best. With this unit, we have concluded our final work in the form of documentation, a finished digital product, and a final video.

 

-Garima Gill

 

DT Over the past weeks DT has been one of the subjects that all the students have devoted most of their time to. In order to complete their e- portfolio unit, the students worked day and night to meet the deadlines and adhere to agreements made before this unit. We have now completed our portfolio. We had been working tirelessly to make 4 designs by exploring soft wares like AutoCAD and Google Sketchup. Coupled with peer assessment and detailed feedback from the teachers, we were able to grasp newer topics easily and work efficiently.

I feel that we all have developed our collaborative and research skills over the past weeks through the activities that were conducted in school.

 

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MYP 5 Blog February

ENGLISH

We have taken the first formative assessment for the inter-disciplinary unit between science and language & literature. We have been assessed on our understanding of cloning, reproductive and therapeutic cloning and dialogue writing skills. We have also been working on the feedback given to us for our mock assessments. We are now preparing for a debate on ethics in cloning.

SCIENCE Chemistry: This week in chemistry, we revised various concepts and worked on a task sheet on the same uploaded on ManageBac. The task sheet involved many application-based questions which is helping us to prepare for our e assessments. We were given extensive feedback for our responses.

– Ishaan Mohan Gupta

 

Biology: We finished our discussions and revision about biotechnology, more specifically, cloning. We took first formative assessment for the interdisciplinary unit with Language & Literature where we were divided into 5 groups. Each group researched on a specific concept related to cloning and presented our research later on. We collaborated in this task and presentations went well. We then summarized our understanding on cloning, reproductive and therapeutic cloning. This was followed by a dialogue writing task.

-Mann Aswal

Physics: We discussed and completed a criterion B activity based on Energy. Here we were supposed to plan investigation based on the situation given and state research question, hypothesis, variables, safety and method. Each team then presented their planning and we had a detailed discussion on the decided variables by each team. We revised moment of force with the help of a practical activity followed by analysis and evaluation of the same. We solved questions based on the moment of force.

 

INDIVIDUALS & SOCIETIES Over the course of this past week, we continued our revision on the concepts that are to be tested in the second mock assessment. We did this with the help of PPTs with case studies and tasks. We were given two such presentations and a time limit of 3 days to complete and submit them. They were based on economic indicators, production, consumption etc. and utilized case studies to facilitate the same.

-Aryamoy

 

MATHEMATICS (Standard) We studied and practised concepts in trigonometry and its applications to real life. We also focused on learning and improving our analytical skills by attempting worksheets for a variety of sources. Furthermore, we explored the mathematics resources for the ID paper for Mock 2 examinations.

 

– Ananya

MATHEMATICS (Extended) This week in math, we practiced sample questions of online assessments in class. We discussed the mark scheme and looked at our weaknesses and the areas we need more practice in. We identified set theory as one of the areas that was a little unclear, so we spent few days in practicing and revising the set theory concepts from the Oxford Standard Book.

By Ishaan Mohan Gupta

FRENCH We mainly focused on revision for our upcoming summative assessments. We did various activities such as revision of the email format, revision of past and simple future tense. We also discussed our mock tests which we took the previous week. Other than that, we had group discussions on the various adjectives we can use while describing our family, as it will help us in our assessments.

-Ishaan Gupta

SPANISH We got the feedback on our mock assessments and appeared for final ePortfolio Task 1(criterion A) and Task 2(Criterion B).

 

HINDI Under our new unit, we discussed the relation between language, empathy and inclusive society. We worked in groups to present our knowledge about the division existing in the society – on the basis of caste, religion, language, gender and economic class.  Over the past two weeks, we have had rigorous preparation and revision for our final Hindi e-portfolio assessments. To do this, we watched two films, ‘Sava Ser Gehu’ and ‘Thakur Ka Kua’ which were related to our unit and conducted a debate and discussed over the topic. We brushed up on our grammar and revised imagery. We also had mocks for all 4 criteria to see where we need to improve. We also had our final criteria A and B assessments this week and are preparing for criteria C and D next week.

 

ICT Last week, we completed criterion B for our E-portfolio and received feedback for the same. We are now working on criterion C which is creating a solution where we have to create our final digital product. We are applying our time management skills to finish the product in the given time. We will also have to manage our time properly to meet deadlines as we have upcoming exams from 11th to 15th March. We are applying our problem-solving skills regularly to resolve issues with our products.

-Aditya Taneja

DT In these 2 weeks, most of us completed criteria A and B. We have finalised our designs and right now we are busy in creating our prototypes.

These 2 weeks were quite stressful and hard but we are astonished by the final outcome.

-Aviraj Chaudhary

 

 

MYP 5 Blog February Week 2

ENGLISH This past fortnight we have been revising the skill of writing dialogues. Having understood the format and narrative voice, we have identified how the writer must consolidate the character with the use of language and punctuation and by establishing the tone. We were given 3 prompts which we have used to create our own original dialogue exchange. Using the hints on the kind of language that can be used for the chosen characters, we created different moods for the audience.
SCIENCE Chemistry: For the past 2 lessons we have been engaged in completing the revision sheet and brushing up our syllabus that has culminated in our enhanced knowledge on the concept of chemical bonding. We discussed the technique for writing the correct response and importance of key words. Apart from this, we also discussed the chemistry section of mock 1 that we gave earlier this year. Coupled with teacher- feedback and peer discussion, we spent our time preparing for the e- assessment.

 

by: Rishav Haldar

 

INDIVIDUALS & SOCIETIES We revised concepts of Individuals and Society and completed some task sheets to brush up the complex topics.
MATHEMATICS (Standard) We reviewed our performance and practised questions relating to criterion B; we interpreted algebraic rules for various number sequences.
MATHEMATICS (Extended) We were able to review our performance for the on-screen examination, revised finding area of a sector using degrees and radian measurements. We calculated area and volume of 3 D shapes like cones using measurements of a sector.

 

FRENCH We discussed the requirement of E portfolio and understood the task requirements according to the criteria specified. We appeared for a mock oral assessment followed by a meaningful feedback and peer evaluation.

 

SPANISH We revised all the tenses and vocabulary related to the topic. We discussed the requirements of ePortfolio and understood each task.

 

-Arjun Sharma

 

HINDI Phase 3&4 

We had a group discussion on how discrimination happens in our society these days on different basis. We watched short films based on Hindi stories ‘Thakur ka kuan’ and ‘Sawa ser gehoon’. We had oral and written comprehension based on the same.

 

ICT For the last 2 weeks, we have been working on Criterion B, strands 3 and 4, which required us to select one sample design out of the 4 samples that we created and justify it. Also, we needed to create a detailed design for our final product. We sought feedback from our clients on our final designs and made the changes expected by them. Now everybody is looking forward to creating their final product.

-Abhinav

 

DT Throughout the week, we worked on Criterion B of our design portfolios.  This week, we used software such as AutoCAD and Google Sketchup in order to create layouts and 3D designs of our products. At the start of the week, we got a brief tutorial regarding the use of software. We learnt how to use the tools and shortcuts of this software. This has helped us in enhancing our design skills that will help us in the future. Our goal for next week would be to finish and choose the final design for our products. Furthermore, we are all very excited to create our products and see them come to life during the stages of Criterion C. Overall, we have achieved a lot this week and we hope to do the same for the days to come.

 

 

MYP 5 Blog January

ENGLISH The last fortnight has been spent in taking mock assessments at school. In class, we had the opportunity to reflect on our performance in the subject by understanding the expectations of the board. We re-attempted some of the questions from the mock paper in order to adhere to the time and word limit. We edited and self-assessed our work to eliminate unnecessary, irrelevant and repetitive content. Some of the writing skills we revisited were the compare and contrast essay and dialogue writing. We also revisited the command terms and learned how to make effective connections with the given global context and its exploration strands.
SCIENCE Biology: This week was predominantly spent on reflecting upon the mock papers that were taken last week and discussing upcoming units. Since the science mock paper was on integrated sciences, we browsed through the paper and discussed questions that were related to biology. We discussed the answers to questions on enzymes (rate of reaction) and the carbon cycle. In addition, we were also introduced to an upcoming unit – An Interdisciplinary unit combining English and Science.

-by Aryamoy Mitra

Chemistry: In the past two weeks, the school conducted session one of the mock assessments. We had our sciences examination on the 15th of January. The concepts that were covered under Chemistry included but were not limited to the rate of reaction, fossil fuels, combustion, atomic structure, balancing equations etc. In class, we discussed the chemistry questions from the paper by putting the answer key against the question paper. We discussed the technique for attempting the questions.

-by Dhruv Garg

 

Physics: No class

 

INDIVIDUALS & SOCIETIES We discussed the format of the e-assessment paper and the expected answers of the mock exam paper. We looked at the basic requirements of all the criteria and how questions are asked in different ways.
MATHEMATICS (Standard) During these two weeks, we had our first mock for mathematics onscreen examination. After attempting the mock assessments, we reflected on it and made mind maps on our areas of improvement. We also discussed the marking scheme of the paper which helped us in understanding how we should answer the questions in the next mock assessment. We solved questions related to Criteria B, investigating patterns. In our reflection, it was highlighted that though we know all the concepts tested, we need to develop inferencing skills.

 

MATHEMATICS (Extended) During these two weeks, we had our first mock for mathematics onscreen examination. After attempting the mock assessments, we reflected on it and decided what we needed to improve in order to do better. We also discussed the marking scheme of the paper which helped us in understanding how we should answer the questions in the next mock assessment. We solved questions of sample assessments to understand and apply the pattern followed.

-by Ishaan Mohan Gupta

 

FRENCH We commenced with the unit “My Family and Friends” in this term. We were also given feedback on our recently conducted assessments. We learnt the agreements of adjectives, their placement, as well as their usage when describing our family. We have also learnt important vocabulary and expressions that are used to describe our families. Lastly, we discussed about what is an ideal family by utilising these expressions.

 

 

SPANISH We discussed the formats of blog and email. We had to choose one of them to practice our writing skills for criteria C and D (written).
HINDI Phase 3&4 

Under the new unit, we have discussed about the relationship among language, empathy and inclusive society. We worked in groups for a presentation on how our society is divided on the basis of caste, religion, language, gender and economic class. We read the story ‘chota jaadugar’ by Jaishankar Prasad and discussed the message of this story.

 

ICT We are working on criterion B of the e-portfolio unit. We are brainstorming on how to create a success criterion to pick the best design for our products out of the 4 sample designs that we have created.
DT We have started developing a range of feasible design ideas which can be correctly interpreted by others. Some of us are taking the support of design soft wares to create various interior layouts.

 

 

MYP 5 Blog November

 

ENGLISH We have worked extensively on the synopsis of our individual dystopian novels and have presented these in class. Through peer feedback, we have improved on the synopsis by adding important elements of dystopia we might have missed or eliminated unnecessary content. We have taken a formative assessment on textual analysis. We are now working on the persuasive speech which will be rooted in our novel ‘Never Let Me Go’. Since the reference will largely be with the text, we are completing the reading of the novel by end of this week.
SCIENCE Biology: We reinforced our conceptual understanding on biotechnology, genetic engineering, processes such as gene splicing, plasmids and the role of restriction enzymes. We attended a guest lecture by Ms. Divya to enhance our understanding on biotechnology and recombinant DNA technology. We also watched a video on genetic engineering. During the guest lecture we were shown the agar plates with antibiotic discs to observe the colonial growth of bacteria on agar plates with any antibiotic. We have been engaged in formative assessments and revision of previous topics that has culminated towards our enhanced knowledge on concepts such as genetics and heredity, homeostasis and genetic engineering. We took formative assessment on genetic crosses and have also taken a summative assessment on the unit ‘Green Canopy’

– Aryamoy Mitra and Rishav Haldar

 

 

Physics: During the last two weeks in physics class, we had group presentations on various topics such as: food irradiation, medical imaging and smoke detectors. Also, we began a new concept in radioactivity this week which is nuclear fission and fusion. We were introduced to the topic through a simple video.

-Ishaan Mohan Gupta

 

 

Chemistry: In the past two weeks, we have learned many new concepts which are vital for our e-assessment. We learned about periodic trends, ionization energy and electron affinity. This was a difficult concept therefore, it was taught through an interactive presentation.

We also started a new concept which was ‘acids, bases and salts’. We began with the basic properties of each. Then we proceeded by learning how acids react with different types of compounds and practiced writing word and chemical equations. In the same, we also discussed about weak and strong acids and the uses of acids and bases in daily life.

-Dhruv Garg

 

INDIVIDUALS & SOCIETIES Over the course of the last two weeks, we further extended our learning on economic agents and their role in an economy. With the help of a presentation, as well as comprehensive discussion in class, we learnt about the four economic agents (government, households, firms and the rest of the world) and the economic activities that they engage in (production, consumption etc.). Furthermore, we were introduced to the desired control of a government over a macro-economy (possessing inflation at will, facilitating a slow but steady increase in prices etc.)

 

MATHEMATICS (Standard) This week we learned the five theorems in circles and how to apply them in questions. We also started with Logarithmic functions as an inverse of exponents and its laws.

– Garima Gill

MATHEMATICS (Extended) We have discussed logarithms, laws of logarithms and practiced questions in class. We revised the same with the help of weekend task sheet. Also, we started with circle theorems in which we learnt how to draw tangents and chords. We continued with circle theorems where we focused on angles subtended by chords and arcs. We have discussed challenge test 1 and made corrections on the same.

 

-Kushaagra Kapoor

 

FRENCH We started with the new unit “Extended Family”. The unit was introduced with a brain storming discussion on the current trend of family structure in France and India. We explored the different types of family systems in both cultures and learnt the relevant vocabulary too. We categorised the advantages and disadvantages of traditional and nuclear families. Apart from this, summative assessment was conducted on criterion B and we received feedback on our performance.

 

SPANISH We took our summative assessment. We started our new unit “Extended Family”. The teacher gave us the vocabulary list and the list of expressions. Also, we were asked to make sentences using the same.

 

HINDI Phase 3 

We revised the unit and had a formative assessment based on criteria C and D. We discussed our camp experiences in class and wrote small paragraphs on it. We also took a summative assessment based on criterion A and discussed the question paper. We had a discussion about the relation between humans and nature; and how tribal community’s life is a model of co-existence of the two.

 

 

Phase 4

We revised the unit and took a formative assessment based on criteria C and D. We discussed our camp experiences in class and wrote small paragraphs on it. We also had Summative assessment based on criterion A. We had a discussion about the various aspects related to extended family and how it affects families in modern times.

 

ICT Digital Design classes for the past week have been dedicated to the initial planning and structuring of the “half-baked” unit revived from IB. As the most important unit of the academic year, special attention was paid by each and every student while they were diligently creating mind-maps to organise our thoughts and ideas and contacting our respective client. We reviewed the questions we had in our minds for our clients for a healthy interaction.

– Rashed Nessar

 

DT We started with our new unit “Productivity through Creative Design”. The unit began by watching a video on the impact of stress on our body. We worked in groups and assumed the unit title, key concept, related concept, global context and the statement of inquiry. After that, we discussed the actual key concept, unit title, related concept, global context and the statement of inquiry for the new unit. We made mind maps using Coggle to present our understanding.

– Sanjana Seth

 

MYP 5 Blog October

 

ENGLISH After the summative assessment on our unit 1, we are now being introduced to the elements of dystopia. Through a PPt, we learned to identify evidence in the text that hints at a dystopian setting and the kind of conflict the protagonist faces. We read a short story by Ray Bradbury, The Pedestrian, and wrote a blog entry on our understanding of dystopia through this. We have also been introduced to the skill of writing a synopsis.
SCIENCE Chemistry: Last week’s Chemistry classes were a continuation of the topic of ‘periodic trends’ in which we learnt, in detail, the different trends and patterns that can be deduced from the periodic table of elements. The focus of the class was mainly on the trend of ‘electron affinity’ and further details of the trend of ‘ionization energy’.

Additionally, we analysed specific examples of the above-mentioned trends in various periods and groups of periodic tables.

 

– Rashed Nessar

 

Biology: We completed the concepts from unit ‘Evolution and Inheritance’. We practised genetic problems on dihybrid crosses using Punnett square. Furthermore, we were introduced to a new unit named ‘Environment and Health’. The global context, key concept, related concept and the statement of inquiry was shared in the class. We worked in groups on one of the assigned topics like food chain, food webs, trophic levels, ecosystem and then each group presented their understanding in the class. We created presentations on the same using graphic organizers. We were introduced to the concept of biotechnology and the technique used in recombinant DNA technology i.e genetic engineering. We watched a video on recombinant DNA technology and explored the use of plasmids and the significance of this technique.

-Dhruv Garg

Physics: In the past two weeks, we have been introduced to a new topic called Radioactivity. Most of us already knew the basic information about this topic, hence we started this unit with a small and interactive recap. For a visual and organized understanding, we made a table that compared the different types of radiations, alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma rays.  Furthermore, to make the unit more interesting, we played a decay game in groups using dice, through which we learned about the concept of half-life. Lastly, to enhance and develop our research and communication skills, we were divided into groups, for a group presentation on applications of radioactivity [Fire and smoke detection, Medical imaging, Medical interventions, Archaeology and Food preservation].

-Neeharika

 

INDIVIDUALS & SOCIETIES We were introduced to a new unit, Sustainable management of Urban System and environments where we discussed about the related terminologies like centripetal movement, brownfield sites, counter urbanisation. We also linked this to the push and pull factors to an urban area and various consequences of urbanisation.

–  Mann Aswal

MATHEMATICS (Standard) We revised exponential functions and growth and decay word problems. We also applied the formulas to solve Arithmetic Progression and Geometric progression real life application sums.

– Garima Gill

MATHEMATICS (Extended) This week in math, we have taken our second formative assessment on probabilities. We discussed the formative assessment and clarified our doubts. Also, we played quizizz to revise the topics done previously for the challenge test scheduled for next week. We discussed exponential functions in relation to growth & decay word problems.

– Ishaan Mohan Gupta

 

FRENCH A formative assessment on criteria C and D was conducted in class. We discussed about advantages and disadvantages of internet and social network in the target language. We also watched a video based on the familial parent-children conflicts knowing when social networking is the major cause.

– Aryamoy Mitra

 

SPANISH Based on the resources shared by the teacher, we revised imperatives and advantages and disadvantages of internet.

 

HINDI Phase 3

We revised the basic concepts of grammar and practiced reading in the class. We also had formative assessments based on criteria C and D (Oral speaking skills)

 

Phase 4

We revised the basic concepts of grammar and practiced reading in the class. We also had formative assessments based on criteria C and D (Oral speaking skills)

 

ICT Over the last few weeks, our class progressed with respective Criterion C products. We added upon our already existing process journal entries and further refined our product complexity. Furthermore, along with the guidance of the teacher, we identified a checklist of requirements for a Criterion C submission (including a video illustrating the making/working of the app) as well as a deadline for the submission – October 27th.

 

– Aryamoy Mitra

DT During this week in our Product Design class, we created the project plan using Gantt chart. Each student received feedback for Criterion B and after incorporating the feedback we were graded for the same. We also started working on our products and are expected to complete it by next week.

 

– Krishnansh Khurana

 

 

 

MYP 5 Blog October, 2018

ENGLISH

We wound up our last unit, Language and Power, with a summative assessment and moved onto the new unit based on the book Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro.  The unit began with a discussion, that lasted over four lessons, wherein the students shared their thoughts on essential elements of a dystopian text. Thought provoking and mature ideas presented. Some students also shared their prior knowledge of the topic and how dystopia is visually presented in a movie. The class continues to move onto fruitful activities discussing the same.

SCIENCE Biology: We carried out some practical experiments and took assessments. We took a formative assessment on osmosis, after which, we moved onto the new unit ‘Evolution and Inheritance’. We studied about Gregor Mendel and his laws of heredity. We also learned about monohybrid crosses, dihybrid crosses, and how to use punnet square to find out the genotype and phenotype of the offspring.

We also investigated the presence of starch and glucose in food samples by performing the food tests using iodine and Benedict’s reagent. After completing the experiment, we analysed the data and concluded the investigation.

By-Mann Aswal

Chemistry: The last two weeks in Chemistry were extremely exciting and engaging as we were introduced to several new concepts. We concluded our active learning of IUPAC naming by sketching and rehearsing structural formulae and doing practice problems in class.

 

Furthermore, we were introduced to the formation of three distinct fossil fuels and methods of extracting crude oil such as fracking and fractional distillation and also cracking We also discussed how bio detergents work and are better alternatives to traditional detergents. We learnt how polymers are an inevitable part of our daily life.

 

Finally, with the aid of a presentation, we revised certain trends in the period table. – a concept we had initially done last year.  We took self- notes regarding specific terms to be used while writing the responses during assessment.

by:  Aryamoy Mitra

 

Physics: We learned in detail about transformers and solved numerical based on the same. We appeared for a formative assessment. We worked in groups to understand disadvantages of high voltage and high current and presented the same using a Venn diagram. We started our next unit ‘Radioactivity’. We discussed the structure of an atom, radioactive radiation and forces in the nucleus.

 

INDIVIDUALS & SOCIETIES During the past two weeks, we continued with our unit Sustainable Management by analyzing case studies and framing research questions(investigation). Analyzing different sources helped us get a better understanding of the expectations of Criterion B and prepared us for the summative assessment.

-by Neeharika Goel

 

MATHEMATICS (Standard) We completed an assessment on Probability of Events. We analysed real life examples on exponential functions. We were able to connect the function form of f(x) = ab raised to the power x as a growth and decay expression. We are now looking forward to your monthly tests.
MATHEMATICS (Extended) We completed the last concept in the Probabilities unit – Conditional probability. We also had an assessment on simple probability. After receiving our grades, we discussed the assessment and worked on our focus areas. We also started arithmetic and geometric progression. We learnt the general formula, sum formula and also practiced the word problems and real life applications of arithmetic and geometric progressions.

 

-by Ishaan Mohan Gupta

 

FRENCH Phase 2

We wrapped up this unit by making posters on Safe Internet Surfing. We watched videos on the do’s and don’ts of Social Networking as well as measures that have to be taken to protect our privacy on these platforms. A collage of picture was given and we had to write the dialogues and narrations as part of a Creative Writing exercise.

 

SPANISH We took a formative assessment on criteria C and D. We explored the evolution  of means of communication thorough a video and a text.

 

HINDI Phase 3

We watched a Hindi feature film titled ‘Pankh’ which tells the story of an anonymous traveller’s arrival in a village and how he develops good connections there before disappearing. We also practiced Criterion A based on the same. We watched another short movie also named ‘The Joy of Giving’. We read a travelogue article ‘ek path ke liye ek shahar ki khoj’ and discussed how travelling to different places gives us an opportunity to explore history and old cultures. We read a story by Mukesh Nautiyal ‘ek boodhi kahani’ after which we discussed the challenges in life. We also wrote an article on – ‘Can we say life is a journey?’

 

 

Phase 4

We prepared a PPT on the uses and consequences of Internet in present times. We continued reading travelogues and discussed how travelling to different places gives us an opportunity to explore about History and old cultures. We read a story by Mukesh Nautiyal ‘ek boodhi kahani’ after which we discussed the challenges in life. We also wrote an article on – ‘Can we say life is a journey?’

ICT For the past 2 weeks, we have been rigorously working on our own digital products. While some are making websites, others are making app. What we’ve done during the past 10 working days, all falls under working towards the completion of criterion C. We also had a one-on-one feedback session in which we were given constructive feedback. Furthermore, we were sent samples to refer to make sure that we produce quality product and work to the best of our abilities.

–       By Dhruv Garg

 

DT For the past 2 weeks we have been rigorously working, towards the completion of our design portfolio. While developing our ideas and creating four sketches, we have been taking feedback from our classmates, that has enabled our designs to have a broader outlook. In the process, we developed our collaboration and thinking skills. Furthermore, we all were sent samples of the separate strands of the second criteria, to refer to, to make sure that we create products that are refined and we work to the best our abilities. The students were also notified about the deadline of this criteria, and were briefed, along the lines of each individual strand.

 

– by Rishav Haldar