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CORONA VIRUS OFFICIAL LETTER SHALA COLLEGE MA 2 WEEKS RAJA JAHER GUJARAT SARKAR

CORONA VIRUS OFFICIAL LETTER  SHALA COLLEGE MA  2 WEEKS RAJA JAHER GUJARAT SARKAR

16/3/2020 thi 29/3/2020 sudhi school ma shaikshanik kary bandh .
All staff ne hajar rahevanu .
10/12 ni board ni exam chalu .
Paper assessment 10/12 chalu.
Local exam 30/3/2020 bad levani .
All primary schools,
Government & private.
Aathi tamam principals ne jan krvama aave chhe k corona virus na lidhe sachiv shri  man.Rav sir ni suchna mujab aavtikal thi tamam school nu saixanik karya bandh rahese . Students ne rja rakhvani rese ane sixako a head quarter hajar revanu rese . bijo letter detail ma aavtikale thase tya sudhi aa suchnano amal krvo compulsory chhe.
          
 Collecting information about the specific strengths (sounds, smells, visions) of animals from pictures / elders / books / newspapers / magazines / web resources / museums etc. as well as the flora and fauna of various land forms such as plains, hilly terrain, desert etc. Collecting Information
 Discuss with different teachers or elders about different customs, habits, traditions of different regions, and visit museums to find information about food, clothing, housing, water sources, living equipment, pictures, etc. of those regions.
To arrange visits to petrol pumps, natural centers, scienceparks, water treatment plants, banks, health centers, sanctuaries, cooperatives, monuments, museums etc. If possible, observe, discuss and exchange experiences with people from different distant lands as well as people of different folklife and lifestyles
  Observe and exchange experiences of simple experiments / activities for things like water evaporation, condensation, dissolution of substances in water, deterioration of food, germination of seeds and growth of roots and branches.
 To carry out simple experiments or activities to test the properties and properties of substances / seeds / water / unused materials etc.
How will the trees / plants grown around you be awake? How could the seeds of vegetation have moved from one place to another? Who will water the plants in the forest? Who will own it? Etc. Critically reflect on questions.
Visiting places of night stay, relief camps, visiting old age homes and interacting with the elderly or the disabled. Changes in people's living, where are the natives? Why did you move? Etc. discussing issues.
12. Conduct critical thinking and discussion by inquiring from parents, teachers, classmates / co-workers / elders of the home or community about the experiences of children in the home, school or different situations around them.
13. Discuss freely giving examples of prejudices, hypotheses, customs, etc. with peers, teachers and elders.
14. Visiting and interacting with the people working in various institutions such as banks, water distribution centers, hospitals, disaster management centers, etc., and observe and interpret their various documents.
15. Watching videos related to different land forms and their livelihoods, societies catering to the needs of animals, animal behavior, scarcity of water, etc., and then geographical characteristics that determine the occupation of the people etc.
16. Interpretation of the observation notes in table form / drawing / graphs / writing or verbally interpreting and presenting the findings.
17. To discuss the issues of living beings, animals rights, animal rights, moral dealings with animals etc.
18. Undoubtedly sharing experiences about people working for the welfare and their motivations.
19. Actively participate in groupwork and take care of the members of the group, empathize, work in groups, take initiatives such as indoor and outdoor sports, activities, dance, arts as well as plant care, feeding of animals, surrounding objects, elders and To perform plays or projects for the care of the handicapped / disabled.
 Conduct emergency and disaster management mockrails.
21. Discuss with the elders, teachers, and informants on the basis of maps such as obtaining sights and landmarks, livestock farming, farming, folklife etc.
EV.4.01 identifies common vegetative origins, flowers, and simple features of the fruit (such as shape, color, aroma where it grows and so on).
EV.4.02 Recognizes variations in birds and animals. (Eg beak / tooth, paw, ear, hair, beads and housing etc.)
EV.4.03 Recognizes the relationships of family members and their mutual relationships with extended family members.
EV.4.04 describes the behavior of birds living in large or small groups (eg ants, flies, elephants, etc.) and nesting, as well as changes in the family due to birth, marriage and migration.
EV.4.05 describes the importance of different skills, traditions and heritage, etc. inherited in everyday life, such as farming, construction, arts and crafts.
EV.4.06 explains the process of production and distribution of basic necessities like food, water, clothing (eg, from source to house, from grain to market to market and from there to home, and ways to purify and consume water from local water sources).
EV.4.07 Understands the difference between past and present things and activities. (Eg transportation, currency, housing, materials, equipment, skills, farming, construction, etc.)
CORONA VIRUS OFFICIAL LETTER  SHALA COLLEGE MA  2 WEEKS RAJA JAHER GUJARAT SARKAR
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