The Importance Of Environmental Studies

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Introduction The subject that I would be handling at the primary classes is ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (EVS). This subject would include learning about the environment, learning through environment i.e., exploring environment; learning for the environment that is developing a genuine concern and sensitivity towards the protection and preservation of the environment as well as saving our planet earth. The environmental studies (EVS) places stress on the process of learning and thinking. EVS is a subject that studies the pattern and processes in the natural world and their modification of human activity. The subject on EVS will also give you the skills necessary to address the environmental issues that we are facing today. Going through deep into…show more content…
it was also noticed that all the students were seated in their own seats and they were ready with their books on the table except for 1 or 2. I also noticed that few subject related charts were put up in the bulletin board. Tr1 then writes the date, name of the subject as well as the name of the topic that Tr1 was going to teach the class was noticed clearly. Tr1 started the class by doing a small prelinary (recap) of what was taught in her last class which was based on “living and non- living things.’’ Activity: making a collage based on living and non – living things Instruction –collage making for living things An outline of a living thing say for e.g. duck was given to the students, were the students was asked to stick the images of all the living things that they have brought inside the outline of the picture that was given to them. Instruction – collage making for non- living things An outline of a living thing say for e.g. t-shirt was given to the students, were the students was asked to stick the images of all the living things that they have brought inside the outline of the picture that was given to…show more content…
• For the learners with various types of learning styles, the teacher had made the students get involved in the group learning in order to learn the difficult spellings and Tr2 also used writing and drawing as the memory aids. • Individual and group learning was introduced in the class. Feedback: the objectives of the lesson in EVS i.e., “parts of the body’’ was highly commendable. The objectives that was provided had met all the objectives related to the unit activities and assessment. It was also noticed that the learning outcomes does fit well with the learning objectives that was related to the unit activities and the assessments that was given in class. The new knowledge and the skill was clearly stated. Some of the new vocabulary that was introduced to the class by Tr2 were: • Shoulder • Stomach • Foot and feet along with their differences between them. An worksheet exercise was given to the students in order to test if all the students had learnt the spellings as well as to test if all the students was able to do the worksheet exercise on their own without any spelling mistake and also to know how well the students in the class have understood the concept on “parts of the body”. Thus, Tr2 was able to make the students aware as well as make the students understand the concept that was taught in the class very
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