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SCHOOL LEVEL SOCIAL SCIENCE EXHIBITION-ON 13th SEPTEMBER  2017

  CHART PRESENTATION

 CLASS X

1st

LAKSHMII KRISHNA KUMAR,AISHWARYA S,ANUGRAHA RAMESH,SREESHMA AND ATHULYA

2nd

NAVANEETH C P,AMAL RAM,VIKAS V R,ATHULKRISHNA AND ADNAN

 

CLASS  IX

1st

ANJANA M, APARNA P R   AND    ARUNA ASOKAN

2nd

AISWARYA S P,MOHAMMED NAFIH K T,SANDRA KANNAN,M ANJALI  AND  NAYANA  -M ANASWARA AND SWATHYLAKSHMI

 

CLASS  VIII

1st

AKHILA M SHAJI,AUSHIMMA G

2nd

2nd

SREENIDHI P,SWETHA N

-ALOKA U KARAN

 

CLASS VII

1st

ANANYA S,KANEENA KALADHAR

2nd

APARNA R

 CLASS  VI

1st

1st

BRIHATH RAJEEV  AND   AKASH S NAIR

-SREELAKSHMI K M

2nd

SOORYA K K,VARSHA   AND   SANGEETHA

 

PRIMARY SECTION

1st

ADITYARAG

2nd

AVINASH N S,YADHU C,NIKHIL M,JEEVA M (V-A) &  SANA KRISHNA K (V-C)

  ALBUM

ALBUM PRESENTATION

CLASS  X

1st

LAKSHMII KRISHNA KUMAR,AISHWARYA S,ANUGRAHA RAMESH,SREESHMA AND ATHULYA

2ND

INDU PARVATHY  &  VAISHNAVI

 

CLASS  IX

1st

THUSHARA MOHAN  &  SINU

2nd

2nd

SNEHA S,SWANTHANA,NAVYA & SAJANA

VISMAYA,APARNA  &  MONISHA

 

CLASS VIII

1st

LAKSHMI KRISHNA,NANDANA B,SANA SANTHOSH  &  RENIBA M S

ARCHANA A G  &NANDANA V

2nd

ANJANA SUDHIR,ATHIRA K R,KEERTHANA M

SREENIDHI P & SWETHA H

HARISHYAM,RISHI R,EDRIN M C

 

CLASS VII

1st

SANIYA B P,VARSHITHA P,ANJANA,AYANA ANIL,DEVANA A R

2nd

ARYA VIJAY  AND  ANANYA GANGA

 

CLASS  VI

1st

MIDHU SUNIL,HARIPRIYA  K

2nd

RAHUL R,ANJANA K R ,NABHAN ,SANOOJ

 

PRIMARY SECTION

1st

APARNA,DEVIKA, AARCHA ,NAVYATHI,ANAGHA O

2nd

2ND

ARYA J,SURYA B R,AKSHAYA  P,ADITHYA P

ANUGRAHA, NAVYA

 

PRIMARY SECTION -  ALBUM

1st

APARNA,DEVIKA, AARCHA ,NAVYATHI,ANAGHA O

2nd

2ND

ARYA J,SURYA B R,AKSHAYA  P,ADITHYA P

ANUGRAHA, NAVYA

 

PRIMARY SECTION  -  CHART

1st

ADITYARAG

2nd

AVINASH N S,YADHU C,NIKHIL M,JEEVA M (V-A) &  SANA KRISHNA K (V-C)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Prime Minister's Message on 

Teacher's Day

 

 

 

 

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One Day Workshop for TGT (Work Education Teachers)

Venue – KV Ottapalam                                                                          Date- 17-08-2017

 Course Director-               Dr. S Nalayani, Principal, K V Ottapalam

Resource Persons-            P. B Prathap Kumar, TGT (WE) KV Pattom (shift-1)

                                                Hari Kumar. A, TGT (WE) KV INS Dronacharya

 

 

Schedule of the Programme

  

The work shop was inaugurated by Dr. S Nalayani, (course director) by lighting the lamps. The students of KV Ottapalam performed invocation during the occasion.  It was combined session of Work education Teachers and Art Education Teachers. In her inaugural address the course director emphasised the need for synchronizing Work Education and Art Education with scholastic subjects in the right proportion to generate curiosity, imagination and creativity in all spheres of student’s activities. Madam opined that the correlation of co-scholastic and scholastic subjects will definitely create multitasking skill and proper work culture among the students.   After the inaugural session, the resource persons from both groups explained a brief note of the activities planned for the whole day.

            After the inaugural session Work education Teachers and Art Education Teachers were accommodated in different locations for the subject oriented workshops.

The first session was handled by Mr. Hari Kumar TGT (WE). He fingered the areas of Correlation of Work Education with other subjects and swatch vidyalayas (waste managements and health and hygiene)

 

 

 

CORRELATION OF WORK EDUCATION WITH OTHER SUBJECTS

    HARI KUMAR A ,TGT(WE)

  KV INS DRONACHARYA  KOCHI

 

No subject is ever well understood and no art is intelligently practiced, if the light which the other studies are able to throw upon it is deliberately shut out.” – RAMONT

The meaning of term ‘correlation’ in simplest form is “connect” or “to be connected”. More precisely, ‘Correlation’ means mutual relation of two or more items/things or Mutual relation of two or more than two items/things.

The relation may be inverse or direct. For example if there are two variables ‘a’ and ‘b’, if there is increase or decrease in one will affect on other. It is really a brainstorming activity which involves lots of efforts to be establishing relationship between school Subjects.

In modern scenario, due to the number of innovation of 21st century involves lots of development in the education. These involve meaningful knowledge of the concept. Here child’s mind is an integrated whole, he wants to receive experiences in a fruitful manner.

Definition

“Correlation indicates a joint-relationship between two variables.” Lathrop

“Correlation is concerned with describing the degree of relation between variables.” Ferguson

“Correlation is an analysis of co-variation between two or more variables.” A.M. Taule

“Correlation analysis deals with the association between two or more variables.” Simpson & Kafka

 

Types of correlation

  • Positive correlation – when an increase in one variable, increases the value of another variable or vice versa.
  • Negative correlation - when an increase in one variable, decreases the value of another variable or vice versa.
  • Incidental correlation -- It is not a planned/pre-decided, no deliberate or a systematic attempt made to correlate it. Teacher plays a leading role. E.g. If any teacher has basic knowledge of concepts/elements of versatile or different subjects, he can easily make correlation between two or more subjects. A teacher cannot establish incidental correlation without having knowledge of different subjects.
  • Systematic correlation – teachers can sit together with his students and how to correlate? While doing systematic correlation, the previous knowledge/content of the student should be related with the current knowledge. To relate the same is called systematic correlation. Here, the student and the teacher have to think about the application of the fact, laws, principles, and correlation of two subjects. After that knowledge becomes interesting.
  • No correlation - when there is no mutual relationship between the two variables. It is also known as no linear dependent.

Uses of correlation:

  • The aim of education is “to achieve the all round development of a child”, this cannot be done by teaching only in simple classroom.
  • In correlation, the practical subjects like maths and science plays important role. Where the correlation with concepts is used in learning of students.
  • It makes learning permanent and concrete and knowledge to the learner.
  • It makes the lesson easy and clear for the student.
  • It enhances the mental abilities like problem solving, logical reasoning, imagination, and analytical power of student, because these can easily correlate acquired knowledge with the other subjects.
  • It strengthens the skill, complexity of practical subject and makes mastery over the practical subject.
  • It develops social relationship like - human and social qualities in students.
  • For teachers; it helps to complete the curriculum within short period of time and provides time for revision.
  • Knowledge is useful and is maintained so that it can be developed and used in day to day life.

The objective of the interdisciplinary approach is to give practical shape to the knowledge of various subjects. Therefore subjects like Physics , Mathematics, Social science  can be inter related with work education.

A few illustrations are given below

 

 

MATHEMATICS AND WORK EDUCATION

MATHEMATICS

WORK EDUCATION

            Shapes and angles

                

 

Class VI Chapter 4 Basic geometrical ideas   Page No.82 & 83

Origami (Paper folding activity)

How to make a square from a rectangle, Understanding shapes ,adjacent sides, opposite sides, adjacent angles, opposite angles, diagonals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                               

 

SCIENCE AND WORK EDUCATION

SCIENCE

WORK EDUCATION

Conductors and insulators

Class VI Chapter 12: Electricity andCircuits. Page No.122

Making a conduction  tester and check whether the given materials are conductors or insulators.

 

The programme should develop among learners the skills for identifying, selecting, arranging and developing innovative methods and observing, manipulating and participating in work practices and thereby enhancing productive efficiency.

 

 

 

 

SWATCH VIDYALAYA

                                                           

Waste management is the process of treating solid wastes and offers variety of solutions for recycling items that don't belong to trash. It is about how garbage can be used as a valuable resource. Different methods by which the waste can be managed are as follows

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}         BIO POTS

}         BIO BINS

}         BIO GAS PALNT

}         VERMI COMPOST

 

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                     BIO PEDESTAL                                                                                      BIOPOTS

 

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                                BIO BIN                                                                           BIO BIN

 

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                BIO GAS PLANT                                                                  VERMI COMPOST

 

 

 

 

Waste is not something that should be discarded or disposed of with no regard for future use. It can be a valuable resource if addressed correctly, through policy and practice. With rational and consistent waste management practices there is an opportunity to reap a range of benefits. Those benefits include:

1.     Economic – Improving economic efficiency through the means of resource use, treatment and disposal and creating markets for recycles can lead to efficient practices in the production and consumption of products and materials resulting in valuable materials being recovered for reuse and the potential for new jobs and new business opportunities.

2.     Social – By reducing adverse impacts on health by proper waste management practices, the resulting consequences are more appealing settlements. Better social advantages can lead to new sources of employment and potentially lifting communities out of poverty especially in some of the developing poorer countries and cities.

3.     Environmental – Reducing or eliminating adverse impacts on the environment through reducing, reusing and recycling, and minimizing resource extraction can provide improved air and water quality and help in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

4.     Inter-generational Equity – Following effective waste management practices can provide subsequent generations a more robust economy, a fairer and more inclusive society and a cleaner environment.

 

Diagram of the waste hierarchy

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The second Session was handled by Mr. P B Prathap Kumar, TGT(WE). He pointed out the salient points on Energy Conservation, Energy Audit, Conventional and Non-Conventional Sources of Energy, Advantages and Disadvantages of different sources of Energy like acid Rains, Global warming/Green House effect and Green Houses gases, Water and Atmospheric Pollution, Radiation etc.,  steps to Conserve Energy and need for Energy self Sufficiency with the help of power point presentation. 

After the Energy Conservation and awareness session, power point presentation on projects related to correlation of work education with scholastic subjects done by students, power point presentation on field visits and practical which correlates work education with scholastic subjects were presented.

The second session concluded with evaluation/assessment of work education based on the direction by CBSE and KVS. Members were of the opinion that it is pertinent to modify the teacher’s diary for work education which was framed based on CCE.

 

 

ACTIVITIES PLANNED

CLASS VI

Month

Activity

Co relation with

other subjects

JUNE

Conduction tester

Science

JULY

Making a torch

Science

AUGUST

Making an electro magnet

Science

SEPTEMBER

Quiz board: Countries and national Flag

Social Science

OCTOBER TO

DECEMBER

Plastic waste management

Science

JANUARY TO

FEBRUARY

Making a colourful dome,

Geometrical shapes

Mathematics

 

 

Class VII

Month

Activity

Co relation with

other subjects

JUNE

Understanding different types

of lamps,MCB

Science

JULY

Making a torch light

Science

AUGUST

Making an electric diya

Science

SEPTEMBER

Making  Newton’s disc

Science

OCTOBER

Electroplating

Science

NOVEMBER

Uses of LED

Science

DECEMBER

Electric current and magnetic effect

Science

JANUARY TO

FEBRUARY

Making an electromagnet

Science

 

Class VIII

 

Month

Activity

Co relation with

other subjects

JUNE

Chemical effect of electric current

Cell, battery

Science

JULY

Study of meters :Multimeter

Science

AUGUST

Connecting cells and measuring the voltage with a multimeter

Science

SEPTEMBER

Series connection of cells :Checking

with multimeter

Science

OCTOBER

Parallel connection of cells :Checking

with multimeter

Science

NOVEMBER

Checking conductors and insulators with multimeter

Science

DECEMBER

Waste management

Science

JANUARY

Waste management

Science

FEBRUARY

Identification of LED devices

Science

 

Class IX

 

Month

Activity

Co relation with

other subjects

JUNE

Block diagram of a PA System

Science

JULY

Demonstration of PA System

Science (Physics)

AUGUST

Structure of atom

Project using LED and Battery

Science (Chemistry)

SEPTEMBER

Conductors and Insulators

Science

OCTOBER

Preparing average energy consumption in your house : Survey

Science

NOVEMBER

Calculating it in an excel sheet

ICT

DECEMBER

Comparison with actual electric bill and find methods to save energy

Science

JANUARY TO

FEBRUARY

Greenhouse effect, Pollution

Science(Biology)

 

 

Class X

Month

Activity

Co relation with

other subjects

JUNE

Convex lens and Concave lens

Find out the focus

Science

JULY

Symbols and identification of electric

Components

Science

AUGUST

Making an electromagnet

Science

SEPTEMBER

Making the model of an electric motor

Science

OCTOBER

Verification of Ohm’s Law

Science&maths

NOVEMBER

Series and Parallel connection by using resistors

Science

DECEMBER

Model of House wiring

Science

JANUARY

Solar cooker

Science

FEBRUARY

Location of Thermal and Nuclear Power plants in India

Geography

 

Additional Points/Areas preferred on work Education Activities.

1.      Energy Conservation Clubs in all vidyalayasin liaison with science department

2.      Proper waste management system in liaison with science/biology department

3.      Teaching aids correlating different subjects

4.      Disaster management/fire management volunteers in in liaison with science and social science department.

5.      Field visits on Energy Conservation,waste management,Disaster management/fire management etc. to be planned.

The workshop concluded with a joint session of Work Education and Art Education Teachers briefing the outcome of both workshops.

 

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Report of the One Day Workshop for

TGT ( Art Education) held at KV Ottapalam

An Inter-disciplinary Approach in the Art Education

             This approach is concerned with developing ideas and resources using art education to connect disciplines across the curriculum for the development of meaningful student learning. The conditions necessary to develop a collaborative setting among students and teacher is to understand art's relationship to other academic subjects through interdisciplinary units, and apply higher order thinking skills. This workshop was conducted as to integrate all the disciplines in the curriculum in harmony with the subject art where the two subjects goes in a rhythmic way and become an enjoyable experience for the children.

            The One Day Workshop for TGT (AE) on ‘Art education with an Interdisciplinary approach’ was held at KV Ottappalam on 17th of August, 2017. The programme was inaugurated at 9.30 am by the Venue Principal Dr.SNalayani. 17 Art Teachers from different Vidyalayas under the Ernakulam Region were the participants. Mr. T R Rajesh, TGT AE, KV Chenneerkara and Ms.Jayanthi KS, TGT AE of KV Ernakulam were the Resource persons.

       After the Inaugural Function ,the first session started with the PowerPoint presentation  by Mrs. Jayanthi K.S. , TGT ( AE )KV Ernakulam, focusing on the possibilities of the history of art to make the VI standard Social Studies text chapters more interesting. 3 chapters were discussed so as to get an idea in what way the subject art can correlate with the subject Social studies. It was continued with the subject Math, where geometric shapes and forms the volume , ratios, fractions and patterns could be effectively taught through art. These sessions were followed by the another Power Point presentation on how the subject Science could be  incorporated with art. This session was taken by Mr. T. R. Rajesh, TGT ( AE), KV Chenneerkara,which was followed by  a class on integrating  language with art by showing  a  wonderful documentary prepared by Mr. Rajesh “My Little Pop-up books“, an innovative  project taken up by him.

        After the Lunch break, the session continued by discussing how to prepare the integrated lessons, taking up each class by each group, where each group came out with fresh ideas and after preparing the lesson plans, it was discussed together and was finalized and designed. The other points discussed were the art teacher’s role in the beautification of the Vidyalaya, contribution to Swatchh Vidyalaya and up keep of the campus.  The Valedictory function was held at 4 pm with the report presentation by Mr. T R Rajesh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SL.NO

NAME OF STUDENT

EVENTS

MEDALS

1.

SREERAM.K.P (U-19)

4OO M

GOLD

4O0 M HURDLES

GOLD

800 M

GOLD

4*100 M RELAY

GOLD

4*400 M RELAY

GOLD

2.

AISWARYA.K (U-19)

CROSS COUNTRY

SILVER

3000 M

SILVER

5000 M

SILVER

4*400 M RELAY

BRONZE

3.

VINNAI.R (U-17)

HIGH JUMP

GOLD

4*100 M RELAY

SILVER

4.

ROHIT.S (U-17)

TRIPLE JUMP

GOLD

4*100 M RELAY

SILVER

5.

RAGHU NARAYANAN (U-17)

800 M

SILVER

4*100 M RELAY

SILVER

6.

ADITHYA KRISHNA (U-14)

 

SHOT PUT

BRO0NE

7.

 

ASWIN.S (U-19)

HIGH JUMP

GOLD

4*100 M RELAY

GOLD

4*400 M RELAY

GOLD

8.

ABHIJITH.R (U-17)

3000 M

SILVER

9.

MEGHNA.V.DEEPAK (U-17)

3000 M

SILVER

10.

ADWAITHA (U-19)

HIGH JUMP

SILVER

11.

LUBNA (U-17)

HIGH JUMP

SILVER

SL.NO

NAME OF STUDENT

EVENTS

MEDALS

12.

AJITH KUMAR (U-17)

HAMMAR THROW

GOLD

13.

SREE HARI (U-19)

110 M HURDLES

BRONZE

4*100 M RELAY

GOLD

4*400 M RELAY

GOLD

14.

ANILA.K (U-17)

100 M

SILVER

15.

ANJIMA (U-19)

110M HURDLES

4*400 M RELAY

SILVER

BRONZE

16.

SIBIL (U-19)

4*400 M RELAY

GOLD

17.

SREENIDHI (U-14)

80 M HURDLE

HIGH JUMP             

BRONZE

SILVER

18.

DEVI SRUTHI (U-17)

 

 

3000 M WALKING

 

 

GOLD

19.

ANAKHA (U-19)

5OO0M WALKING

SILVER

 

 

4*400 M RELAY

BRONZE

20.

AJITH KUMAR(U-19)

4*100 M RELAY

GOLD

 

 

 

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA OTTAPALAM

MONTHLY TEST   -   JULY – 2017

 

 

 

DATE

 

IX

 

X

 

DATE

 

XII Sc

 

XII Comm

 

17/07/2017

 

English

 

SST

 

24/7/17

 

Phy

 

Accou

 

18/07/2017

 

Maths

 

Science

 

25/7/17

 

Eng

 

Eng

 

19/07/2017

 

Hindi/Skt

 

Maths

 

26/7/17

 

Maths/Hindi

 

Maths/IP/Hin

 

20/07/2017

 

SST

 

English

 

27/7/17

 

Bio/Cs

 

Eco

 

21/07/2017

 

Science

 

Hindi/Skt

 

28/7/17

 

Chem

 

BS

 

 

 

 

CLUSTER LEVEL KHO-KHO TOURNAMENT2017 RESULTS

 
U-14 Boys
1. K.V.Ottapalam
2. K.V.Thrissur
 
U-19 Boys
1. K.V. Ottapalam
2. K.V. Thrissur
3.K.V. Ramavarmapuram
 
U-14 Girls
1.K.V.Thrissur
2. K.V.Ottapalam
3.K.V.Kanjicode
 
U-19 Girls
1.K.V.Ottapalam
2.K.V.Kanjicode

 

1)Vidyalaya hosts Cluster Level Kho-Kho tournament for  U/14 & U/19 (Boys& Girls) 2)Trithiya Sopan Testing Camp  from 13/07/2017-15/07/2017 3) Investiture Ceremony on 24/07/2017 4) Regional Level Kho -  Kho Tournament on  24/07/2017 & 25/07/2017.