Mortal Men Immortal River
Title :Mortal men Immortal River
Project No : Project 4
Description: A project to explore facts about Ganga, Nile & Amazon and understand the similarities & differences in their features.
Outcome: At the end of the project the students will be able to :
- Know the major facts about the 10 most important rivers of the world specifically Ganga, Nile & Amazon.
- Be geographically conceptualized & skilled in their attitude & responsibilities towards preservation & care of the environment.
- Be acquainted with the uses of the river water & problems related to sustainable development.
|Activity||Activity Description||Duration and Month||For Classes / No. of Students / Countries Covered||Subjects Covered||Teachers Responsible||Evaluation Methods|
|Activity 1||Research work on Ganga, Nile & Amazon. Students will gather information of the rivers origin, course, mouth, myth & legends pertaining to its origin, both individually & collectively. Pictures will be collected & charts made. Photograph will be clicked from the field trip to a local river & dam. Quiz will be conducted based on their learning about the rivers.||4 weeks In April||Class-6 - 120 students - India, Egypt & Brazil||Geography, History, English, EVS, Art & Craft||T. Chatterjee, B. Mathew, M. RoyChoudhury||1) Students’ presentation feedback 2) Teacher’s report 3) Result of the Quiz|
|Activity 2||Models will be made of the rivers showing the three different stages in its course like rapids, waterfall, meanders, oxbow lakes & delta. The uses of river water will be highlighted teaching them the necessity of dams & industries related to sustainable development & also mentioning the disadvantages of the sustainable development like pollution & global warming.||3 months September, October & November||Class 7 - 120 students - India, Brazil & Egypt||Geography, EVS, Economics, Art & Craft & English||G.Banerjee A.Gupta||Students presentation feedback, peer Assessment, Exhibition feedback from parents & visiting schools, media report|