EVS - Indian School Al Wadi Al kabir

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Environmental science
Develop
Curiosity
Locate and
Nurture
Understand
Curiosity
&
relationship
OBJECTIVES
Creativity
of
teaching
evs
Self Evaluation
Psychomotor
skills
Acquire
cognitive
Skill
OBJECTIVES
 To train children to acquire awareness of the
total environment and it’s allied problems.
 To gain a variety of experiences and acquire a
basic understanding of environment i.e.,
physical, biological, social and cultural aspects
of life rather than theoretical.
 To inculcate a set of values and feelings of
concern among children about environmental
issues.
 To engage the child in exploratory and handson activities to acquire basic, cognitive and
psychomotor skills through observation,
classification, inference, participation, etc.
EVS integrates
KNOWLEDGE
Education about the
environment
PARTICIPATION
Education through self
experience
Skills
Education through
Environment
Attitudes
Education for the
Environment
Contents
Shape of
the Earth
How was
the Earth
formed?
1. The
Earth
Movements
of the Earth
(Rotation &
Revolution)
Planets
The
Moon
Stars
2.
Heavenly
Bodies
Types
of Soil
How Soil
is
Formed?
3.Soil &
Rocks
Rocks
Importance
of Soil
Difference between living and non living
things on the basis of characteristics.
Different parts
of plants and
their functions
5. Plant Life
Importance of
Plants
How they
grow.
Taking
care
of animals
How animals eat
6. Animal Life
Plant Eating Animal
Flesh Eating Animal
7. Birds
Types of birds & their characteristics
• Beaks
• Where do birds live?
• Feathers
• Feet & Claws
•
How birds fly?
8. The
Human
Body
Our organ
systems
and their
functions
9. KEEPING SAFE
AT
HOME
IN THE
ON
THE
ROAD
SAFETY
PLAYGROUND
FIRST
AID
AT
SCHOOL
What Air
Contains?
Water
And Its
States
Water
Cycle
10. AIR AND WATER
11.
Weather /
Climate
Change
in
Weather
Seasons
States of
India (any
two)
Metropolitan
cities (Delhi
and
Mumbai)
Division of
India with
States
12. Our
Country India
METHODOLOGIES
CLASS ROOM METHOD
Brainstorming Session
Lecture Method
Problem Solving
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
Field trips/ excursion
CREATIVE Methods
USING TECHNOLOGY
MODELS
Concept Mapping
Interesting worksheets
EXHIBITION
Class Assemblies
Contribution to
the soft board
Better understanding of the concept
Maximum participation
Long term retention
Learning Life Skills & Values
Applying life skills to real life
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ASSESSMENT
Continuous comprehensive Evaluation
(CCE)
 Continuous evaluation, spread out over
the whole academic session.
 Evaluation is done on the day to day
progress and involvement of the child in
the listening, speaking, reading and
writing skills.
The method of our assessment is
the ongoing process of identifying,
gathering and interpreting
information about students’
achievement of learning outcomes.
 A meaningful feedback is given
to the parents at regular intervals.
CRITERIA FOR EVALUATAION
 PARTICIPATION IN CLASSROOM
ACTIVITIES AND DISCUSSIONS
 ABILITY TO ASK QUESTIONS
AND ENTHUSIASM TO LEARN
MORE
 SKILL OF OBSERVATION,
ABILITY TO DRAW NEAT
PICTURES AND LABEL THEM
APPROPRIATELY
 SHARE PERSONAL EXPERIENCES
WITH OTHERS
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