“DRAW” YOUR WAY TO FAME
DRAW YOUR WAY TO FAME – Drawing ccontest for students, teachers and parents.
1. Draw something to represent any of the given themes and submit it to your class teacher. Only one theme in a drawing.
2. Submit as many drawings on as many themes as you want.
3. You have to give a title to your drawing and a caption answering the question how is the drawing representing the chosen theme.
4. The drawing must include your full name and class.
5. Any drawing that meets the following standard (rubric) shall be displayed all over the school and be a part of a special booklet which will be sent to all parents and friends of the school.
a. Relevance of the drawing to the theme.
6. If you have any questions regarding a particular theme, you may email questions to the corresponding email address.
7. Last date for drawing submissions is 31 January.
8. Prizes shall be given to the best drawing in every theme category and a special prize to all those who submit at least one drawing for each theme.
The themes are:
1. UNCONDITIONAL CARING
Feel concern or interest for something or someone. Look after and provide for the needs of someone/something. Emapthizing (Understanding and sharing the feelings of another. Putting yourself in the other person’s shoes).
The quality of being free of deceit and untruthfulness. The quality of being sincere, morally correct and virtuous.
3. SELF ASSESSMENT
Assessment or evaluation of oneself or one’s actions and attitudes, in particular, of one’s performance at learning task (considered in relation to an objective standard / rubric).
The state or fact of having a duty or moral obligation to do some action or take care of something.
Firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something.
6. FEAR FREE ATMOSPHERE
An atmosphere (classroom, home, workplace) where students and teachers do not have the fear of failure, fear of being judged, fear of loss of identity. A place where students and teachers can take risks, be honest and frank, not hesitate.
7. JOY OF LEARNING
An atmosphere which fosters intrinsic motivation for learning. Giving priority to the interests and needs of children. A form of learning where the child participates in deciding what he or she should learn, explore, discover, research. (Child centered learning)