Class 9-10

Black Holes (BHs) are the standard-bearers of cool Physics. Pop culture is full of references to these objects that are so powerful that nothing can escape them. A lot of Physicists have spent their lives thinking about how BHs are formed, how they can be detected and what happens to objects that enter a BH.

This Walking Cylinder is made from a toilet roll, straws and other odd materials.

Abstract

These videos will help you learn how to assess the progress and performance of your students at Secondary level.

Use these videos to understand how to implement Pair Work and Group Work in your classroom. These ideas can then be incorporated in your own classroom.

A teacher organises her large class (Science) to ensure that all her students are involved in the lesson.

A teacher uses pair work to give all her students an opportunity to participate in the lesson.

A teacher explains how she planned a demonstration to show her students different states of matter.

This is a Boomerang Paper Plane - yes it comes back to you.

Ater making this you can make a real paper based boomerang too.

All the lesson plans included in this booklet were developed by ENRE team and tried out (and sometime modified ) by the teachers and children’s groups of ENRE network. Originally these lesson plans were provided to a network of teachers as model lesson plans targeted for the children of class IV-IX in shape of bi-monthly ENRE newsletter ‘Basbhumi (Habitat)’. With the skill of ‘active learning methods’ imparted through our teachers' training, they have tried out each activity with their students in their class or as extra curricular activity for last 2-3 years.

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