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ISA ACTIVITY 3 TOURIST DESTINATION  

        Activity -1: Famous tourist destinations and their history through PPTs

    Informative PPts were prepared by SST teachers Ms.Maya & Ms.Sonia Anand for the students of class VII & IX on famous tourists destinations of India, Dubai, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Canada, Nepal and Bangladesh.

     Learning Outcom

    1. The students were able to know various tourist destinations which can be explored in the countries of the study.

    2. The students were able to identify various tourist destinations which can be explored in the countries of study.

    Activity -2: Enlist the names of various tourist destinations by students

   The students of Class VI-XI were shown PPTs on various tourist destinations by Ms.Purnima and Mr.Parveen.The Students acquired the information and on      them they enlisted the names of the tourist destinations in the worksheets provided.

  • Learning Outcome:
    1. The students were able to identify various international & national tourist destinations.
    2. The students were able to improve their retention power.

       Activity -3: School Tours to prominent and approachable Tourist Destinations

  • The school organized informative and entertaining tours and excursions to Delhi & Jaipur for Classes IX and XI and Maple Jungle Camp & Virast-E-Khalsa for Classes V-VII.The Students explored and admired cultural life and cuisines of the places of visit and learnt abundantly about the historical background & significance of the monuments. The students shared information, photographs & experience of their visit with students of partner schools.

           Learning Outcome:
           1. The students of both collaborating schools were able to have memorable experience to cherish.
           2. The students were able to observe and experience the history, culture, traditions and lifestyle of the places of visit.
           3. The students were able to appreciate the aesthetic beauty of the historic monuments and their religious sanctity.
          

          Activity -4: Preparation of PPTs by the students

  • A PPT Competition was organized for the students of class IX who went on an excursion trip to Jaipur.The Students used their congregate information in the form of travel brochures, videos, photographs etc and compiled them beautifully into presentable PPTs.The same were shared with the students of partner schools, through video conferencing. The judgment sheet of the competition is enclosed in the dossier.

         Learning Outcome:
        1. The students of collaborative schools were able to identify and recall the places they visited.
        2. The students were able to present the gathered information into PPTs
        3. The students shared a learning platform with peers who couldn’t be a part of the expedition.

  • Activity -5 : Preparation of Travel Brochures
    Under the guidance of SST teacher Ms.Rahuldeep Kaur, the students of class V made informative travel brochures by pasting pictures of the various tourist destinations of the countries of study and penning down the details about the location, climate, boarding, lodging and other amenities etc. The Brochures were shared with the partner schools online and a worksheet was sent to the Partner School based on the tourist destinations which were duly responded and we also received Travel Brochures, Feedback of the trip from the partner schools.

         Learning Outcome:
         1. The students of collaborative schools were able to identify various International Tourists destinations.
         2. The students were able to gain in depth knowledge about the history & geography of the tourist destinations in the countries of study.
         3. They were able to plan their holiday packages successfully.

        Activity -6 : Preparing Itinerary

  • The students of class IX who became a part of Jaipur-Delhi trip learnt to chalk out Cost & time effective itineraries for their dream destinations to the countries of study.

          Learning Outcome:
         1. The students were able to understand the role of price & time while planning holidays.
         2. The students were able to compare the travel rates applicable to international and national tourist destinations.
         3. The students were able to strengthen their planning for their future travelling.

       Activity -7:  Make project files on structure of the monuments
          The students of class X studied the history and architecture of various National and International Tourist Destinations in the countries of study.The                             students compiled their research into elaborate project files and shared it with partner schools through Skype session.
           Learning Outcome:
           
1. The students of collaborative schools were able to share their respective knowledge on the common national & international tourist destinations.
            2. The students were able to present their information very creatively.
            3. The students of collaborative schools had a gala time interacting & sharing their personal experience of visit.

       Activity -8 : Marking the tourist destinations on maps

          The students of class VI & VII learnt to locate the countries of study on physical maps under the guidance of S.St teacher Ms.Maya.These maps were duly               shared with the partner school.
              Learning Outcome:
              1.
The students of the collaborative schools were able to understand the geographical
                   location of the countries of study.
              2. The students of the collaborative schools were able to locate their national &
                   international tourist destinations on the physical map of the world.  

  • Activity -9 : Elocution Competition

      The students of class VI participated enthusiastically in an elocution competition expressing their opinions on Famous Tourist Destination. Their speeches      were exchanged with the partner schools to expand the horizon of information.

       Learning Outcome:
     1. The students of the collaborative schools were able to experiences and opinions freely.
      2. The students of both the schools were able to establish a strong bond with each other.

      Challenges Faced
      Not many changes significant challenges were faced during the execution of the sub activities. It was little difficult to adjust with the Egyptian schools as there        were sometime time lapses from their side while responding.

 

          Ms.Ajita Pathak

          (PRT English)