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English, mathematics, Learning Activities



Std I & II

English, Mathematics, EVS, Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam, P.T, Music, Art& Craft, Development activity, Computer Studies.


English, Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, P.T, music, Art, Development activity, Computer Studies.


English, Hindi, Arabic, Malayalam, Mathematics, Science, Social Science,Computer Science, P.T, music, Art, .


Secondary School

Std IX & X

English, Hindi/ Malayalam, Mathematics, Science & Technology, Social Science, Physical Education, Art, General Studies



Senior Secondary

Std XI & XII

Elective Subjects Offered at Senior school

Science Stream:

Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology

Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics,Computer science

Physics, Chemistry, Informatics Practices, biology

Commerce stream:

Accountancy, Business studies, Economics, Informatics Practices/Mathematics.



To make the subject more interactive, to inculcate deep thinking of the subject and to encourage students to learn from each other, the following activities are planned and executed by various departments.


1) My Maths world
Each child is asked to collect and record the information related to the topic in a separate book.
2) Playing with Maths
Children are encouraged to play games related to the topic. This activity is performed either in groups or individually. Based on their performance grades will be given.
3) Portfolio
Portfolio means collection of students work, over a period of time. It can be day-to-day work or selection of the learner’s best piece of work. Portfolio provides a cumulative record. In this process, a picture of how a skill or knowledge area develops emerges. It enables the students to demonstrate to others, his/her learning and progress. Through this, the child becomes an active participant in learning and assessment.
4) Fun with Maths
This is an activity formed by the teacher to maintain interest in teaching - learning process. It is only a classroom activity and the students cognitive, psychomotor and social skills are assessed relative to the subject. This activity develops the students individual skills and interests and motivate them to create a positive attitude in learning the subject.
5) Projects
These are assignments given to students to do at home. Students consult newspapers, radio, T.V, internet or libraries to collect information and then present in an interesting way. Teachers outline the objective of the project briefly. Students mention clearly the details of the projects, describe the process and the sources used to compile the information and results obtained.
6) Quiz
Students are asked to prepare some questions based on a particular topic. Teacher corrects the questions and gives chance for each student to present it. Assessment is based on the quality of the questions, and how the student presents it. It helps the students to learn deeply about the topic.
7) Seminar
This activity is performed in groups. Students are divided into groups of 5 or 6 and different topics are given to each group in prior. Students are given chance to discuss among the group and the presentation can be a PowerPoint or a paper presentation. This activity helps the students to increase their confidence level and the helping mentality among the peers.
8) Lab Activities
Lab activities provide an opportunity to students to understand and internalize the basic mathematical concepts through concrete situations. It lays down a sound base for more abstract thinking. Math Lab serves this purpose.
9) Problem Solving
To create more interest on the subject and to improve the students thinking capacity, problem solving is included. It includes puzzles, sudoku, crossword puzzles etc.


Language plays a predominant role in the all round personality development of a child. As the dress code of an individual speaks volumes about his personality, language is also an index to know the depth of one’s character. Evan when a person is highly educated, if he lacks the technique of putting across his ideas through proper language, he can never scale greater heights in his career. Keeping all these in mind, the language department of Indian School Muladha organizes various activities to develop the language skills in their students.
Students are periodically taken to the Audio-visual room to listen to the speeches of eminent leaders, passages suitable for listening tests and simple stories (in case of younger students). Then they are asked to fill up the questionnaire prepared by the teachers on what they listened.
Apart from evaluating how they read what is in their text books, students are given chances to read unknown passages from newspapers and excerpts from famous books and plays. It helps them to develop proper modulation of voice and correct intonation.
Just A Minute, Seminars, Debates, PowerPoint Presentations, Symposium etc are conducted to help our wards to shed away their fear and self-consciousness and gain confidence to use the language appropriately during formal situations. Different informal situations, where students are expected to use language fluently, are created in the class rooms to motivate them to speak the language with ease in such circumstances. Hot Seat, Dramatization and Role Play are a few other activities which children enjoy immensely.
Each and every student should develop his or her own style of writing. This is the ultimate aim and dream of any language teacher. To attain this goal our teachers employ plenty of modern and highly fruitful techniques. A few are mentioned here.


  • “My English World” “My Hindi World”- Here the students are given free reign to pen their powerful feelings and views in the form of poems, essays, diary entries etc. They also write down the quotations they like, latest information about the poets, writers and their works etc.
  • “Weaving a Yarn” – it is the most loved activity in a language class room. Here they are taught how to write short stories
  • “Four Square Writing” – this becomes handy when the students falter while preparing long essays and they learn the logical way of organizing their ideas.
  • Poetry Writing- children are encouraged to pen their thoughts in the form of poems and some times they write on the topics given by their teachers.


Education ought to teach us not only to know how to make a living but also how to live.
The supreme aim of all education is the training of character to which social science as a subject makes a significant contribution. It is the study of the society in relation to man. It is said that History and Geography are separable. History is built, on the foundation of geography. The integrity of subjects like, History, Geography, Economics, Civics and Disaster Management become more comprehensive and effective in maintaining human relationship.
The world is a retreat centre where everything can be learned and practiced. Our school upholds its pride in dispelling the variety among our students, in fortifying moral values, promising wannabe architects and moulding them in using their power with great discernment.
Social science become very effective when learning is made interesting, motivating and participating in nature like.


  • Group Discussion
  • Poster/model making
  • Interpreting Text
  • Role Play
  • Portfolio
  • News, Cartoons and Pictures
  • Projects
  • Skit and Drama
  • Social Studies Dictionary.

Thus like a sculptor, is busy carving, education carves an individual for a life time. It is a key to the individual’s future.
The challenge of education will always be the pursuit of academic excellence.
Education is a developmental process which transforms learners brings about a change in their mental and physical behaviour.
Social science education is crucial for learners to grow into well informed, rational, responsible citizens with a humane outlook, interacting well with one’s environment and society.

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