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Co-curricular activities


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Co-curricular activities

  1. 1. CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES • These are the activities through which a learner explores ones abilities, develops the strengths and eradicates the shortcoming through informal guidance, observation and self assessment. • The activities undertaken to strengthen the classroom learning as well as other activities both inside and outside the classroom to develop the personality of the child
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE: • This gives them confidence • Students can learn team spirit • Bring a positive change in the child • Students will get a chance to sharpen their talent • To develop the all-round personality of the students • Co-curricular activities are to keep the students physically active
  4. 4. Development of Civic Value Educational Value Psychological Value Development of Social Value Cultural Virtue Physical Development Value Recreational Value
  5. 5. • These activities have great "educational" potential • All classroom teaching is theoretical • Practical knowledge can be imparted through co-curricular activities • Language and expression improves through debates • Celebration of functions develops organizational capacities and leadership qualities in students
  6. 6. •The activities as the name suggests meet the psychological needs of the students, mainly with reference to social demands of the pupils. •They help in expressing personal behavior and provide a vehicle for creative thinking
  7. 7. • Social cooperation is recognized as one of the important demands of citizenship • It is difficult to teach through school subjects like Languages, Mathematics or Social Sciences • By participating in group activities, students learn good manners and develop a sense of cooperation • Students learn to appreciate the relationship of an individual to the social group
  8. 8. • Qualities like initiative and leadership are not always developed in a classroom • On the playground, students get opportunities to develop leadership qualities like initiative, decision- making, judgment, tolerance etc. • These qualities are required for a democratic society. • Many girls and boys have little practice in controlling themselves and in directing their own affairs
  9. 9. • Games, sports and athletics directly contribute to physical development of students, other co-curricular activities also indirectly contribute to it • These activities provide a useful channel for the growth and development of the body
  10. 10. • By providing and organizing various activities, opportunities can be provide to students, rather than to spend their spare time in undesirable activities e.g. movies, TV, idle talk etc.
  11. 11. • Co-curricular activities are of tremendous value, as they help in providing opportunities for better understanding of our cultural heritage and traditions, for example, activities like dramatics, folk songs, dance, folk music, exhibitions and celebration of various religious and social festivals provide better knowledge and understanding of our culture
  12. 12. • The scope of co-curricular activities is wide due to a nearly inexhaustible list of interests • Good platforms to secure the future both professionally and socially and promote leadership quality • Co-curricular activities are a great source of developing student’s interest in studies, classroom and school routine • It nurtures student’s ability in co-operation, co-ordination, organization and leads toward leadership • These activities prepare a child for future challenges
  13. 13. • It enhances the inner confidence •To make the students fit for the future time • Enhance social interaction, healthy recreation, self-discipline • Co-curricular activities are the true and practical experiences received by students • Physical activities like running, football etc help not only in the physical fitness they also refresh the burdened mind
  14. 14. •Teacher must be a good planner •The teacher should act as Innovator •The teacher should give more and more opportunity to the child while performing co-curricular activities
  15. 15. •Increase physical stamina •Students can learn new things •Betterment of communication skills •Helps to develop the spirit of healthy competition •Games and sports help to be fit and energetic to the child •It enables the students to express themselves freely through debates
  16. 16. There are thirteen main kinds of co- curricular activities 1. Academic development activities 2. Aesthetic development activities 3. Cultural development activities 4. Emotional development activities 5. Leisure utilization activities 6. Literacy development activities 7. Moral development activities
  17. 17. CONT…… 8. Physical development activities 9. Productive activities 10. Social development activities 11. Scientific development activities 12. Spiritual development activities 13. Multipurpose activities and projects
  18. 18.  Surveys  Quizzes  Projects  Preparation of charts, models etc  School magazines, essay writing, story writing etc.  Subject clubs e.g. social science clubs, geographical clubs
  19. 19. Music Dramatic Exhibition Decoration Fancy dress Flower festival Painting, Drawing
  20. 20.  Social service  Student’s council  Youth parliament  First aid
  21. 21. Camps Speeches Educational tours Celebration of national and international day
  22. 22. Photography Album making Coin collecting Stamp collecting Educational tours
  23. 23. Debates Magazines Recitation Book reading Essay writing Story writing Library work
  24. 24.  Drama  Social service  Morning assembly  Celebration of birthdays of great men
  25. 25. NCC Yogic Athletics Wrestling Swimming, Cycling Indoor and outdoor games
  26. 26. •Clay work •Toy making •Soap making •Book binding •Leather work •Cardboard work •Kitchen gardening •Manufacture of teaching aids
  27. 27. •Scouting •Girl guiding •Junior red cross •School cleanliness •Community service •National service scheme
  28. 28. Field trips Science quiz Science fairs Science clubs Science models Spiritual development activities
  29. 29. Yoga Meditation Visit to churches, mosques
  30. 30. Tree plantation Adult education Prize distribution Scouting and girl guiding Undertaking various projects