Class 9-10

Arvind Gupta

Skills are Taught Concepts are Caught   -PKS

It is said that for theatre to work and to convey a story to its audience, the first thing you need is the wilful suspension of disbelief. Everyone watching knows that the story unfolding in front of their eyes isn’t real. Everybody knows that they are in a large hall somewhere and the stage is filled with “actors”. Yet, once the play begins, as an audience you suspend your disbelief. You buy in to the story and the setting, and if it is skilfully told you are transported completely into another world. 

S C Behar

H Subramanian

Introduction.

Sridhar Rajagopalan

Introduction

Abhishek S. Rathore and Falguni Sarangi

Art can provide kids with an easier way to express themselves since children are more naturally artistic and creative.
 
Rohan (12 years) was at it again that morning.
Cinema as a club activity and a learning tool in the classroom space.
 
“To try is art. To find is aesthetics”
While J. Krishnamurti, the noted philosopher, says ‘Art is putting things in their right place’, Ingmar Bergman, the Swedish master of minimalist cinema, on being asked if he thought art was useful to human beings, said bluntly - ‘It has to be, it has to be, otherwise we might as well go to hell!’

Ross Turner

Arvind Gupta

1. Lay one broomstick and place another one across it. At how many points do they meet? Obviously, one. So, 1 x l = 1. If two vertical broomsticks are placed crisscross over three horizontal broomsticks then they have six junctions. So, 2 x 3 = 6.

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