How to maintain note book?

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How to maintain note book?

  1. 1. How to maintain Notebooks? Session conducted By Dr. Nicholas CorreaDirector, New Horizon Scholars School
  2. 2. All must follow certain practices ofuniformity followed in the school whilemaintaining the note books, cursivewriting, tables, etc.
  3. 3. Content ( First page)Sr. Date Particulars Remarks SignNo
  4. 4. Second Page of the note books Taught By Mrs. Anchal Sharma (Write in pencil)
  5. 5. Right side Pages Date: 27/03/12 Nutrition in animals Animals get their food from plant either directly by eating plants or indirectly by eating animals that eat plants. Digestion in Humans: We take in food through the mouth, digest and utilise it. The unused parts of the food are defecated. Milk teeth and permanent teeth: The first set of teeth grows during infancy and they fall off at the age between six to eight years. The second set of teeth that replaces them are the permanent teeth.
  6. 6. Science class-work : Left Side page
  7. 7. Date: 27/03/12 Keywords1 Digestion 11 Liver2 Buccal cavity 12 Pancreas3 Oesophagus 13 Ingestion4 Stomach 14 Absorption5 Small intestine 15 Amino acid6 Large intestine 16 Amoeba7 Rectum 17 Assimilation8 Anus 18 bile9 Alimentary canal ( digestive 19 Canine tract)10 Salivary glands 20 cellulose
  8. 8. Date: 27/03/12 The Delhi Sultanate (Social Studies) Key names1 Qutbuddin Aibak2 Iltumish3 Raziya4 Nasirudding Mahmud5 Balban6 Alauddin Khilji7 Muhammad bi Tughlaq Key words:1 Fortification 4 Successor2 Meandering 5 Invasion3 Ramparts 6 Mongols
  9. 9. Date: 27/03/12 History-When , Where and HowA Answer the following: 1 What are archaeological sources?Ans Archaeology is a specialized science dealing with the material remains of ancient civilizations. Archaeologists systematically and scientifically excavate ancient sites and unearth interesting materials such as coins, vessels, weapons, etc. 2 What was religious literature?Ans It was the period of Bhakti and Sufi saints. They wrote a lot of poems during this period. Many them reflect the times they lived.
  10. 10. Date: 27/03/12 The Wonderful World ( Languages)Words MeaningsGasp = To take a short and quick breathGrubby = dirtySynonymsContent x SatisfyMega x bigWeird x strangeAntonymsAbove x underBeautiful x ugly
  11. 11. Date: 27/03/12 Dictation Words:1 Digestion 11 Amoeba2 Oesophagus 12 Assimilation3 Rectum 13 bile4 Alimentary canal 14 Canine5 Salivary glands 15 cellulose6 Liver7 Pancreas8 Ingestion9 Absorption10 Amino acid
  12. 12. Date: 27/03/12 History-When , Where and HowMatch the columns:Akbar - Mughul dynastyAllauddin Khilji - Khilji dynasty-Comparative study:
  13. 13. Dictation:Dictation must be taken at the end of every chapter in the Class-work note book. Every error must be written 5 times.Tables:Every Grade Teacher must arrange the recitation of multiplicationtables in their respective classes. There is no break for therecitation of tables. It is compulsory. All children must know tables2 to 20. Children with dyscalculia can be considered. But they arealso not exempted from the regular practice.Copy writing (Cursive writing)Teachers must train the children to write in cursive writing. Thosewho do not know, must learn at the earliest. ELT must takeappropriate books from the library and make necessaryarrangement to teach cursive writing.
  14. 14. Revision:There must be a regular revision given to childrenon daily basis. All the exercises must be as far aspossible objective type.Teachers also must strictly do regular revision ofthe portion taught in the class daily basis enablingthe children to read the text books regularly.
  15. 15. Every topic/chapter must commence with properintroduction and with suitable activities.Science and social studies teacher can use textbook only when necessary. That is for underliningthe keywords, solving the textual exercises, etc.Teachers are not allowed to read the text book inthe class while teaching.Text books can be read only for languages and canbe used for mathematics only.
  16. 16. Red and blue pencil:All the difficult words, keywords/key names must be underlinedin the part of the pencil.Marking of answers, definitions, etc must be done throughbrackets with blue part of the pencil.Example:If you are aspiring to become an English writer, then the first importantchapter and stage towards it will be learning the intricacies of Englishgrammar.You will definitely need some time and patience to grasp grammar andunderstand its proper usage. ( One of the easiest means to learn andwrite good English grammar is using grammar checker software. Thiswill be as a guide to cross check your errors and suggest you thecorrect spellings and grammar when ever required.)
  17. 17. Sum up:•Tables: Recitation and written•Cursive writing/ copy writing for languages•Dictation for languages•Dictation of keywords and key name•Red and Blue Pencil•Grade instead of class. Example: Grade V A•Grade Teacher instead of Class Teacher•Teachers must be addressed as “ Ma’m”•Assessment instead of examination•English conversation in the campus

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