MEEP

Class 2 Assembly- October 28, 2015, Wednesday (Report)

The students of class 2, under the guidance of Ms. Bhanupriya and Ms. Snehil presented a small piece of conversation titled 'At School'. A short dialogue was performed by the students which showed them interacting on the first day of school, post the Autumn Break.

The performance provided them with an opportunity to hone their conversation skills and showcase the same on stage. The skit was performed as part of the MEEP (My English Enhancement Project) having been undertaken by the English Department of our school.

The received a initiative received a good response.

Teachers In- charge:

Ms. Snehil Goel, Ms. Bhanupriya

Participants: Jasleen 2-B (Compere)

Pranay 2-D
Navya 2-C
Noyal 2-A

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EVENT : INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
DAY & DATE : FRIDAY, 14 AUGUST 2015
VENUE : SCHOOL PREMISES
GUEST OF HONOUR : VICE-CHAIRPERSON Ms. GEETHA VASAN and DIRECTOR Ms. SUMY VASAN TIWARI

FORMAL INTRODUCTION OF MEEP [MY ENGLISH ENHANCEMENT PROJECT] AT DOON

DOON PUBLIC SCHOOL celebrated INDEPENDENCE DAY on Friday, 14th August 2015 with great patriotic fervour. This auspicious day also marked the formal introduction of MEEP at DOON. MEEP, that is, -- MY ENGLISH ENHANCEMENT PROJECT is the new endeavor of the English Faculty.

This 'My English Enhancement Project' has been taken up to bring about a noticeable change in each and every Doonite. This Project is the brainchild of Doon's dynamic Director Ms. Sumy Vasan Tiwari. She is the spirit behind this Project propelling the English Faculty to move forward by guiding them at every step.

Under her guardianship, the English Faculty is trying to bring about a sea-change in the mindset of students. This Project aims at enhancing every child's command on the ENGLISH Language through day-to-day Language learning activities which target their four basic skills of LISTENING, SPEAKING, READING and WRITING.

The activities range from Reading Aloud; Writing a Journal every day; Working with dictionaries; Collecting and using new words, idioms and phrases; Dramatization of Stories and Plays; Role play activities; Watching English News and Films; Reading English books and Newspapers; Listening to English music/ famous Speeches, Debates or commentaries; Putting up small English activities both in the class and in the assembly; Adopting the Socratic method, etc.

So, the English Faculty showcased the MEEP on this day through some well-chosen Activities. It was an opportunity for even the stage-shy students to come forward to present activities wherein they put the English Language to good use with great ease. Under this 'MY ENGLISH ENHANCEMENT PROJECT' -- the students brought-back to life on stage -- the unforgettable and indelible Indian freedom struggle through their flawless performances and acts in the form of skits, role-plays, speeches and songs. The show-stopping performance was the skit put by classes 3 & 4 on the Jallinwala Bagh Massacre. The act was so poignant that it brought tears in the eyes of the audience.

The Director commended the humble effort made by the English Department and encouraged them to keep up the good work.