LEARNING RESOURCE CENTRE ( LIBRARY)
CLASS V LIBRARY PERIODS
No. of Books issued to Class Libraries : 941
G K QUESTIONS
- U READ V LEARN PROGRAMME
- STORY HOURS
What happens in SH?
ü Each of two children ( One boy and one Girl – either volunteered or allotted) narrates a story in English or in Hindi.
ü It is followed by a Question Answer Session which checks the listening ability of the children .( Active listening)
ü The moral of the story / the lesson children learn from the story is discussed, taking inputs from them. ( Value Education)
ü The children find out the meaning of new words they come across in the story with the help of dictionaries. (Building Vocabulary).
ü Story tellers are photographed and uploaded in the library website. (Publicity; Motivational force).
ü Story Tellers get rid of stage fear, gain confidence of public speaking & become fluent in spoken English.
ü It creates an interest among other students too, to read stories. (Cultivating the habit of reading).
ü It helps children to develop an attitude of appreciation for culture, society, authors and libraries.
What do we make it happen in URVL Time ?
- Children are called randomly by their roll numbers ( one boy and one girl order). (For Readiness & Alertness)
- He/She has to read few lines from the selected magazine (English / Hindi). (For shedding stage fear ; to correct pronunciation ; to learn new worlds) .
- The children read stories, tit bits, GK Questions, riddles, poems, jokes, amazing facts, puzzles, and quotes. ( multi-cuisine recipe for ears).
- The children find out the meaning of new words they come across during their listening time with the help of dictionaries. (Building Vocabulary).
- URVL Readers are photographed and uploaded in the library website. (Publicity; Motivational force).
- The children are given few seconds time to think and give answer for riddles and GK Questions. (Squeezing brains).
- The students listen to jokes and facts ( Improves their humour sense and IQ level) .
- The children make the notes of words / points / facts given by the librarian from that day’s reading. ( Note making ; Write on dictation ) .
- It helps to build a lively, lovely amicable interactive environment for the learning to take place at its best.
CLASS LIBRARIES 2010-2011
Class libraries are functioning for the primary section of the Vidyalaya.
From class I to V are provided with 53 books each under the inchargeship of a teacher.
These books are being rotated once in a term.
During leisure hours and libray periods, these books which are kept in the steel-glass in-built cupboards fixed in the respective class rooms, are read by the children either under the leadership of the in-charge teacher or under the supervision of the class leaders.