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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: What is the idea of a home for a child? And in what all ways can he give it a shape? A window of opportunity was provided for the students of Christ Nagar Higher Secondary

Published: 11th February 2012 07:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:53 PM   |  A+A-

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Students with the models of houses they made.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: What is the idea of a home for a child? And in what all ways can he give it a shape? A window of opportunity was provided for the students of Christ Nagar Higher Secondary School to address the project on ‘Homes across the world’ through various modules.

While the little ones in primary section were made to do posters on the topic, the senior students came out with models. The programmes began with the poster-making competition. This brought forth a hub of activity among the budding artists of the UP section. Illustrations with crayons and water colours were made of homes seen in the length and breadth of the world.

A debate on ‘Traditional homes are better than modern ones’ was held, which saw the participation of some eloquent and impressive orators from the higher secondary section.

An essay writing competition invited much excited participation from the high school and higher secondary students when they put to paper their concepts about houses in the past, present and future, across the world.

The model-making of various multiple homes was another interesting event. Competitive powerpoint presentation were also made, based on the topic. The school notice board was the additional platform, where the students published their ‘know how and what’ of this project.



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