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Devansh Tuli 2A Mother  prayer and story on navratri
Anannya  5C Mother Prayer and precautions and safety that should be taken during this corona time
Avika Raghav 3C Mother Prayer and a story on ' Greed is Bad.'
ANSHIKA JAIN  1A MOTHER  Prayer and a story on ' Greed is Bad.'
Audvik  1D MOther  Prayer and story on monkey and the cap seller with the moral wisdom is biggest weapon 
Akshit Rawat 1B Mother parayer and moral Story with the moral Unity is Strength
AASHIRA  1C MOTHER, STUDENT parayer and moral Story with the moral ' we should always obey our elders' , DANCE BY AASHIRA
Alak 3A student parayer and moral Story with the moral We should not Proud
Anirvan Gupta 5B Mother Prayer, news, talk about White Revolution, Amul and Dr.Verghese Kurien
Annesha Pal 4C Father  Prayer and a story on 'Needs are to be fulfilled not desires'
Aarav Arora 5A Mother Prayer,Physical exercise and a video on Ramayana
Sreejita Roy 2B MOTHER  Prayer,Story of 'Happy Plant and Sad plant'
Adwika 4A Mother Prayer, Facts and real life incidents about Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
Divyansh Daiya 3B Mother Prayer , Story with moral " If we work hard then we can be successful in life"
Reyansh Tyagi 2C Mother Importance of chanting Om.
Aditi    Mrs. Garg(mother) Nothing is impossible.
Granth Maheswari   Mrs. Give Love to everyone.Keep  positive attitude towards other.
Shivang Tyagi   Mrs. Art Tyagi Inspirational story on determination
ABHYA GIRISH     Inspirational story on small efforts counts
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    Aarna Dua UKG BLUEBELL Ashwani Kumar Story about unity is strength
    Arnav Pathak UKG BLUEBELL Ms.Rama Pathak(Grand mother)

    Story-Lazy Farmer

     

    Mayra Rathi UKG - C Ms. Anjali Saini  Story-Two Friends
    Anvi Garg UKG-C Mrs. Himani Garg Story-ATale of A Pencil

     

    Aditya Sharma UKG - D Gunjan Sharma Rhyme on Fruit & Vegatables
    KAARYA UKG D   FOUR FRIENDS[STORY]

     

    Aanya Singh LKG B Mother - Mrs.Amrita Singh Dusshehra story
    AGRIMA NAUTIYAL LKG B MOTHER- SULEKHA nUTIYAL CAKE STORY 

     

    AARIV LKG C GRAND PARENT - AARIV STORY OF FISHES AND A FROG- MEDIUM: HINDI

     

    Agastya Vikas Bahuguna UKG-A Mrs. Sangita Sharma talked about coronavirus and narrated one story on Dussehra
    Alok  UKG -A   shloka about guru
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      Aadya II A Mr. C. S. Ritesh About Navratri- its importance and how each day is dedicated to one form of Godess Durga
      Aarav Goel 5C mother Prayer and story  'Class Homework ' to tell children importance of time.
      Hisha 1A mother Prayer and story about the importance of  recycling.
      Manya Bansal 2C Rinku Bansal(mother) Prayee and story of Ramayan in form of song
      Maurvi Vikas Bahuguna 5B Both the parents Prayer, News (Highlights of Prime Minister Modi's Speech and About Shikhar 
            Dhawan in yesterday's IPL match
            How to be safe  during Fire hazard (with the help of video)
      Akshaj Saklani 4A Pooja Saklani(Mother) Prayer and a story with the moral 'Never give up"
             
      Aadish Mazumdar 3B Mother Moral Story with the moral Unity is Strength
      Shaurya Singh 4C Father Only prayer
      Abhinav 3c Child prayer and a story about good behaviour verses bad behaviour
      Amvi Singh 1B Mother Prayer and story about the importance of healthy diet. 
      Aarav Dhama & Aaditya Dhama  4B Mother  Importance of meditation and Om chanting.
      Delisha Khati 5A Mother Prayer, story with moral- being dedicated in life and achieving goals and news headlines
      Aarav Chaudhary 1D Mother  Prayer and a story about how Honesty is always rewarded. 
             
             
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      Agranya Bhardwaj 4B Mother  Prayer and a talk on mental health. Tips to improve concentration
      AAHANA GOYAL 5B Mother  Prayer and a talk on happiness
      Anirudh.S 1A Mother  Prayer  and story about never make fun of others
      Aarna Srivastava 2c Granny moral story with the moral unity is strength
      Aadhya Garg 3A Grandmother Story of Ramayan
      Lavanya Bisht 3B Grandfather Never Give up
      Yashika Rawat 4C Mother Mrs Minaxi Rawat Shared her childhood experience. 
      Achintya Tyagi 5C Father Prayer and a story on Importance of time management
      Aadya Kaushik 5A Mother prayer and a story on time managment
      Aryan Prakash  4A  Father  prayer and a story on ' Greed is Bad.'
      Naisha 2B Mother Prayer and good habits followed by exercise to keep ours eyes healthy
      Akshit Tomar 1A Mother prayer and  a story with the moral  "Look before you leap. Do not just walk into anything without thinking'.
      Vriddhi Manhas 2A Mother Prayer and bhajan then explain the meeting of bhajan
      Vatsal Sharma 1B Mother prayer and a story on 'Importance of time"

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        Innovative Pedagogy in English: Experiential Learning

        Management guru Henry Mintzberg pointed out long ago that, “Leadership, like swimming, cannot be learned by reading about it”.

        A Teacher training session was conducted by Mrs. Liza Rani Das on the topic ‘Innovative Pedagogy in English: Experiential Learning’ organised by COE, CBSE Guwahati on 19th October,2020. The training was attended by Mrs. Annapoorna Siddhartha, PGT, English, AIS.

        The Resource person, Mrs. Das began the session with a motive to make the participants understand that ‘Experiential approach’ aims at making the educational environment student centered. The students have control over their own learning – over the pace of learning, method of learning, and over the skills they need to utilize for this learning. They are able to evaluate, think critically, make decisions and master knowledge by constructing it. The teacher facilitates or guides the students. Learning experience may be cooperative, collaborative or independent, encouraging the students to work together and learn how to question and evaluate evidence rather than accepting truths communicated by their teacher.

        This is indeed different and is now established as the future of education. In fact, it is the recommended pedagogy of almost all countries that are considered to be providing the best quality of school education. She stressed on the three steps which teachers need to follow i.e. plan, do, review and the cycle goes on: Plan curriculum goals and desired learning outcomes→ Do and engage yourselves in the activities→ Review whether you achieved the desired learning outcomes, if not then plan again and do again.

        She mainly focused on the advantages of Experiential Learning which highlighted the following points like it Accelerates Learning, Provides a Safe Learning Environment, Bridges the Gap between Theory and Practice, Produces Demonstrable Mindset Changes, Increases Engagement Levels, Exceptionally effective for retention and Enables Personalized Learning.

        The session was highly interactive and participants were given ample time and chance to share their own experiences and give suggestions.

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          AURA’20 (A VIRTUAL INTER-SCHOOL COMPETITION)
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          AURA’20 (A VIRTUAL INTER-SCHOOL COMPETITION)
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          AURA’20 (A VIRTUAL INTER-SCHOOL COMPETITION)
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          AURA’20 (A VIRTUAL INTER-SCHOOL COMPETITION)

          AURA’20 (A VIRTUAL INTER-SCHOOL COMPETITION)


          An Inter-School Fest AURA'20 was organized by Maharaja Agrasain Public School, Ashok Vihar Phase-4, Delhi. In this virtual competition, students of Arwachin International School participated in all the categories.
          AURA' 20 was a celebration which was held virtually on 17th October 2020 of wellness in all its myriad forms, a purposeful endeavor to promote wellness of the mind, body, and spirit through some fun-filled scavenger hunt activities for the participants.

          S.NO.

          EVENT NAME

          TEACHER INCHARGE

          NAME OF THE PARTICIPANTS

          CLASS

          1.

          PEEP-A-PICK

          MRS.PRIYA MEHROTRA

          KAASHVI GIRDHAR

          LKG B

          2.

          JUNGLE HUNT

          MRS.PATHAK

          HRIDAYANSH JAIN

          UKG C

          3.

          BREATH-THINK-FEEL

          MRS.ISHA SACHDEVA

          AARNA RAWAT

          1A

          4.

          CARTOON-ISTAAN

          MRS.ISHA

          SACHDEVA

          KAVYA GUPTA

          2A

          5.

          VIRTUAL SNEAKY CHARACTER

          MRS.NITYA SHARMA

          SHANAYA BALI

          3B

          6.

          GAME-A-THON

          MRS.RUMELA ROY

          VEDANT SHARMA

          4C

          7.

          PEPPINESS HAPPINESS

          MRS.ISHA PANDIT

          ANSHUL SHARMA

          5A

          8.

          HUNT N STUNT

          MRS.SOMA

          MEDHAVI RAI

          6C

          9.

          KALEIDO-SCOPIC- INTRIGUE

          MRS.POOJA MALICK

          GRANTH MAHESHWARI

          7A

          10.

          MYSTERY HISTORY

          MRS.ANJU

          ARCHIT MITTAL

          8B

          11.

          MYSTIC PARADOS

          MRS.PRABHJOT KAUR

          GAURAV SHARMA

          9A

          12.

          DIGI RAZZMATAZZ

          MRS.GARIMA

          ARORA

          APOORV MITTAL

          10A

          13.

          COMMIT TO FIT

          MR.SHIVAM

          YASH GAUR

          11C

          14.

          GLOBAL SPECTRUM

          MRS.SEN

          1. PRANAV PARASHAR
          2. SAIF UL-ANWAR

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          Arnaa Rawat of Class 1A secured the third position in the event "Breathe-Think-Feel" She showed various emoticons and emotions in different situations in this competition by her drawing and acting. She was very active and creative.
          KaashviGirdhar from LKG-B was selected and stood second in the Peep-A Pick event. It was an innovative show with record-breaking and commendable participation from different schools. The scavenger hunt was such a creative and amusing way of putting these little enthusiastic minds to work. It's just like breaking the monotony of "learning through books" and inculcating this activity-based learning method in kids! The riddles were not only fun but the way the kids were required to think and use their minds was also commendable. Anshul Sharma of class 5A participated in the event named Peppiness Happiness where he was on a scavenger hunt and putting his best foot forward, secured the first position in the competition. Pranav Prashar and Saiful-Anwar of class 12 participated in the event Global Spectrum and secured the third position. A total of 58 schools participated in this event. There were a total of three rounds in the event. First was the fastest fingers round, the second round was to personify a famous entity of a particular country, and finally lip-sync to a video. The competition aroused the participants' competitive spirit.
          Mrs.Yog Jyoti Rohatgi (Indian Music Teacher)

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                VISITING JAPAN-A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE

                Saint Augustine has truly said “the world is a book, and those who do not travel, read only a page.” As I returned to India after spending seven months in Japan as an ASIA KAKEHASHI exchange student, I felt that my suitcase was heavier than when I was leaving India. It had been filled with unforgettable memories with friends from over 20 Asian countries, experiences that taught me crucial life lessons, confidence and the ability to conquer almost any obstacle, and excitement to use my experience to give back to my school and community.

                It all started a year ago when I, Deepal Yadav of class 12B was informed by my Japanese teacher, Mrs Vandana Jain, about a seven month long Japanese government funded exchange programme, ASIA KAKEHASHI PROJECT, to Japan.

                In Japanese, “Kakehashi” means building bridges. TheASIA KAKEHASHI Project is a government-funded student exchange program to Japan for engaging, focused and customized experiences conducted by American Field Services (AFS) Japan which is appointed by the National Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT),Japan to run the project, focused on facilitating intercultural exchange and understanding between teenagers in Japan and 20 other Asian countries. A speech by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the banquet of the 23rd International Conference on ‘The Future of Asia’ on Monday, June 5, 2017 stated that Japan will provide opportunities for Asian high school students studying Japanese to live in Japan at a scale of 1,000 students over the next five years.

                I decided to give it a try and the next thing I knew, I had gone through a series of interviews, essays and home visits. Finally, I received the selection email. Having studied Japanese for more than 11 years at my school I had developed immense love for the Japanese culture, their technology, varied heritage, animation etc which had also led to my first visit to Japan in 2018 for a week, through another Japanese government funded program. After learning about my selection, I was filled with ecstasy about being able to live my dream.

                I landed in Japan with 16 other students from various parts of India. None of us knew what to expect but we were all enthusiastic to take on whatever was coming our way. After two days of orientation in Tokyo, the capital of Japan,along with 200 students from over 20 Asian countries, I left for my prefecture, Hokkaido. Hokkaido is the largest and coldest prefecture in Japan. I had a total of seven host families. It was quite difficult adjusting with every host family for the initial few days but at the end all the host families had something different to teach me.Each of them had something different to offer me. Each family had their own customs, their own beliefs and mindset, each one of them had something unique for me to learn from.

                Hokkaido, being surrounded by the Sea of Japan from one side and the Pacific Ocean from the other, had marvellous beaches and snow, starting from November itself with temperature reachingup to minus 20 degrees which gave me an opportunity to go skiing with my friends. I got the chance to admire the flora and fauna exclusive to Japan.Penguins,whales,dolphins, wild bears and regular encounters with deer and red foxes was something I’ll never forget.

                This golden opportunity showed me the difference between ‘studying’ and ‘learning’ , that really boosted my confidence in my ability to speak and understand Japanese,  experience authentic Japanese culture, get to know what it’s like to live in  freezing cold environment , how to use chopsticks, travel around Japan, be awe of  Japan’s breath-taking landscapes, understand why Japan is a leader in technology, acquire knowledge of so many cultures from across the world, make friends for life, savour Japanese cuisine and transform myself into a better version of myself. I believe I have become more appreciative of the nature around me, open to new ideas and ready to become a global leader of change in my nation.

                I would like to express my sincere gratitude towards my respected Principal Mrs.Swapna Nair, my Japanese teacher Mrs. Vandana Jain, my class teacher Mrs. Shruti Mishra and all my subject teachers who aided me throughout my time in Japan and without whom this once in a life opportunity would not have been fulfilled.

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