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METAMORPHOSIS: HEALTH & WELLNESS FIESTA

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SCHEDULE                                                                                                           EVENTS

8:00 – 8:30 a.m. Registration                                                                        1. Fun Races                                      

8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Opening Ceremony                                                            2. Critical Thinking

9:30 a.m. Events at Separate Venues                                                           3. Debate

FUN RACES

Participants per school:         3 (1 Participant each from class VI. VII, VIII)

Duration:                              1 hour 30 minutes

                           

  INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This competition is open to classes VI to VIII.
  1. There will be one participant from each class i.e. VI, VII, VIII irrespective of gender.
  2. There will be a total of four races (one individual for each class and one team race).The team will be formed by these three participants only. No extra participant will be required.
  3. The races will be skill based.
  • Problem solving
  • Critical thinking
  • Logical thinking
  1. Judgement will be based on speed and accuracy.
  2. All students must come in their school uniform (sports uniform) and carry their school ID Card.
  3. All the participants will be awarded certificates and there are prizes for the following categories:

Individual: For each class VI, VII, VIII

  • Winner
  • Ist Runners- up
  • IInd Runners-up

Team:

  • Winning team
  • Ist Runners-up
  • IInd Runners-up

CRITICAL THINKING

Participants per School:            2 (Individual Activity)

Duration:                              1 hour 30 minutes

 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This competition is open to classes VI to VIII.
  2. Two students can participate in this competition from each school. However, it is an individual activity and the students will be marked individually.
  3. There will be a total of 6 rounds consisting of Activity Worksheets that will assess Critical Thinking Skills.
  4. The rounds are based on the following:
  • Critical Thinking Quiz
  • Spot The Difference
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Find The Object
  • Word Search
  • Patterns and Patterns
  1. One point will be awarded for each correct answer.
  2. The students will have to follow the time limit, instructions and rules given to them during the activity.
  3. The students need to bring 1 green colour sketch pen with them.
  4. The total duration of these activities will be 1 hour 30 minutes.
  5. Each activity will be timed and all students are expected to return the worksheet when the time is over.
  6. All students must come in their school uniform and carry their school ID Card.
  7. All the participants will be awarded certificates and there are prizes for the following categories:
    • Winner (1)
    • Ist Runner-up (1)
    • IInd Runner-up (1)

DEBATE

Number of teams:                   1 Team Per School

Participants per team:            3

Duration:                                 1 hour 30 minutes

Time Limit:                               3 minutes for each speaker

Topic :                                      “Virtual world is consuming the Real world”

 

     INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This competition is open to classes VI to VIII
  2. One team comprising of 3 members should represent each school. A total of 3 participants will be allowed in one team of which there will be 1 FOR the topic, 1 AGAINST it and 1 INTERJECTOR.
  3. The time duration for each speaker is 3 minutes.
  4. After 2 minutes 30 seconds a warning bell will be rung and the final bell will be rung at the end of 3 minutes for each speaker.
  5. There will be negative marking for exceeding the time limit. 2 marks will be deducted for exceeding the time limit by every 30 seconds.
  6. An interjector will be allowed to pose only one question. No cross questioning will be allowed.
  7. The speakers would be assessed on the following criteria:
    1. Relevance to the topic
    2. Relevance and clarity of ideas
    3. Diction
    4. Confidence
    5. Voice Modulation
  8. The speakers must not speak out their school’s name but the code given at the time of Registration.
  9. Points will be deducted in case of breaking the rules.
  10. The decision of the judges will be final and abiding.
  11. All students must come in their school uniform and carry their school ID Card.
  12. All the participants will be awarded certificates and there are prizes for the following categories:
  • Winning team
  • Ist Runners-up
  • IInd Runners-up
  • Best speaker for the motion
  • Best speaker against the motion
  • Best interjector

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SCHEDULE                                                                                                           EVENTS

8:00 – 8:30 a.m. Registration                                                                        1. Critical Thinking                          

8:30 – 9:00 a.m. Assembly for students                                                      2. Quiz

9:00 a.m. Events at Separate Venues

9:00 a.m. Workshop for Teachers             

11:00 a.m. Closing Ceremony & Prize Distribution                                             

 CRITICAL THINKING

Participants per School:            2 (Individual Activity)

Duration:                                            1 hour 30 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This competition is open to classes IX to XII.
  2. Two students can participate in this competition from each school. However, it is an individual activity and the students will be marked individually.
  3. There will be a total of 4 rounds consisting of Activity Worksheets that will assess Critical Thinking Skills.
  4. The rounds are based on the following:
  • Critical Thinking Quiz
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Find the object
  • Anagram & Word search
  1. The students need to bring 1 green colour sketch pen with them.
  2. One point will be awarded for each correct answer.
  3. Students will have to follow the time limit, instructions and rules given to them during the activity.
  4. The total duration of these activities will be 1 hour 30 minutes
  5. Each activity will be timed and all students are expected to return the worksheet when the time is over.
  6. All students must come in their school uniform and carry their school ID Card.
  7. All the participants will be awarded certificates and there are prizes for the following categories:
    • Winner (1)
    • Ist Runner-up (1)
    • IInd Runner-up (1)

Quiz

Number of teams:                     1 Team  Per School

Participants per team:           2

Duration:                                    1 Hour 30 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS

The Competition is open to Classes IX -XII.

  • There will be two participants in a team from each school.
  • The quiz will be divided into 2 rounds:
  1. Preliminary Round
  2. Stage Round
  • In the Preliminary Round the team of students will be given 10 minutes to answer MCQs. Out of which, six teams will be shortlisted for the Stage Round.
  • In the Stage Round, there will be a total of five rounds as follows:
    • Question-Answer Round
    • Audio Round
    • Visual Round
    • Rapid Fire Round
    • “Pick your own theme” Round
  • The Questions will be based on following themes:
  • Life Skills
  • Communicable and non communicable diseases
  • Critical Thinking
  • Adolescent Health and Hygiene
  • Bullying
  • Current Affairs
  • Substance Abuse
  • Famous Personalities
  • Sports
  • The rules will be explained to the participants at the beginning of each round.
  • There will be no negative marking and no pass question.
  • The team needs to listen to the question carefully before giving the answer. The answer will be nullified if it is given before the question is completed by the Quiz Master.
  • The Quiz Master’s decision will be final.
  • All students must come in their school uniform and carry their school ID Card.
  • All the participants will be awarded certificates and there are prizes for the following categories:
  • Winning team
  • Ist Runners-up
  • IInd Runners-up

WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS

Time:                                         9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Topic:                                      “Rethink Discipline: The Positive Discipline Approach”

 

We at Blue Bells believe that aware and well equipped teachers enable students in exploring their inner selves and raise emotionally healthy human beings.

We, as facilitators and ideators in the teaching-learning process, often find ourselves caught in a battle between coercion and permissiveness. Use of coercive methods is often justified on the ground that being permissive can lead to indiscipline amongst the students.

An ardent need is to promote positive discipline which is founded on mutual respect and is neither punitive nor permissive. In sync with the same, a workshop for teachers on the topic ‘Rethink Discipline: The Positive Discipline Approach” will be organised on August 25, 2018 (Saturday) from 9:00 a.m. as a part of ‘Metamorphosis-Health & Wellness Fiesta-An Inter School Mega Life Skills Event. The workshop will be conducted by Dr. Alka Saxena, Deputy Director (Health & Wellness) Blue Bells Group of Schools and members of Resource Centre team.

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