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Grade: 6-8, Mathematics
This project undertakes innovative ways to solve measurement problems by using mathematical operations like ratio proportion. The lesson also highlights the various uses of graphs to draw comparisons.


First Aid: Are you always safe?
Grade: 5-6, Science
Young assistant doctors of emergency task force are given the task to prepare a first aid kit for their school. The assistant doctors prepare slide show to demonstrate its usage. They arrange for “Safety Awareness Day” to spread awareness about different precautions for emergencies and the steps to be followed before proper medication.

Food and Health: How do our decisions affect the quality of life?
Grade: 6-8, Science, Mathematics, Language Arts
Young dieticians study their nutrition needs as they develop a week’s menu of healthy and appealing food for their school, people with minor illness, athletes and their grandparents. A grand food festival culminates this exciting and mouth watering project.

Waste Management: How can we make a difference?
Grade: 6-8, Environment Education, Science
The students as waste management experts join hands and contribute to making this earth a cleaner and healthier place to live in.  

Beat the Heat: Are we progressing irresponsibly?
Grade: 7, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Language Arts
Students, as young environmentalists, investigate silent crimes against our environment. They share knowledge about environmental issues and conduct an awareness campaign for making students and parents aware about global warming.

Natural Power Pack: How do we empower our village?
Grade: 9, Science and Social science
The mystery of nature is such that it has many hidden resources to solve our own problems. In this project, students solve one such problem by making use of waste to generate non–conventional energy to empower the village.

The Art of Growing: Are we crossing our limits?
Grade: 9-10, Science, Social Studies, Statistics, Language, Computer Science
High school students as members of “Centre for Agriculture and Rural Development” analyse the impact of use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides on environment and suggest strategies to overcome their adverse effects.  

The Energy Which Never Ends: How can I contribute to making a better tomorrow?
Grade: 9-10, Physics, Environmental Studies, Mathematics
High school students create awareness about energy crisis and the significance of solar energy among the community. They design a solar cooker to be used by the community effectively.

Microbes - Invisible Invaders, Amazing Allies: Can our friends be our foes?
Grade: 9-10, Science
Microbes are fascinating and intriguing organisms. They are miniscule powerhouses that have worldwide impact when they cause disease, improve health, and sustain ecosystems. In this unit, students as junior microbiologists investigate the role microbes play in our lives and the world around us. They use the *Showing Evidence Tool, to dig deeper into understanding whether the microbes are a boon or a bane. Again using the *Seeing Reason Tool they study the cause and effect of microbial diseases and epidemic outbreak. The students also make the community aware about the precautions against microbial diseases and suggest strategies to improve hygienic living conditions in the community.

* These are the Thinking Tools under Intel® Teach Thinking with Technology. If you wish to have more details about the same please write to thinkingtools@educationinindia.net*.

Curb the Crab of Cancer: How can we make a difference?
Grade: 10, Science, Social science, Art, Drama, Mathematics, Language Arts
Students as Cancer Society volunteers conduct an in depth study about cancer, suggest preventive measures and spread awareness to the public.

We speak for the Trees!
Grade: 8-10, Science, Social Studies, Environmental Studies, Statistics
Tenth grade students analyse the reasons for causes of deforestation in their locality and come up with strategies to combat the problem. They launch an eco club – “seedling” to create awareness among their peers and community.

Language Arts

Harbingers of ChangeHow can we make a difference?
Grade: 9, English
Middle school students read stories about exemplary ‘Leaders of the Past’ and consider the qualities of people who bring a change in people or events that lasts across time. They then select a person who has inspired them with leadership and write a story that revolves around their chosen leader.

Living Media
Grade: 9-10, Language Arts, Social Studies
This project in a broad outline is a media studies research unit examining the role of news in shaping and bringing about change in today's world. As budding journalists, students will read and research extensively on news items, analyse the formation of public opinion, share and weigh opinions, and report and present news in various forms.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Grade: 8-10, English Literature
Students as book reviewers read and analyse the characters of the book - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. They comprehend and appreciate the influence of literature in their lives.

The Jungle Book: How do my surroundings affect me?
Grade: 3-5, English, Social Science, Environmental Science
Primary students read the story “Jungle Book” and analyse the reasons for Mowgli’s stay in jungle and argue on where Mowgli should live.

* These are the Thinking Tools under Intel® Teach Thinking with Technology. If you wish to have more details about the same please write to thinkingtools@educationinindia.net*.

Social Studies

World Through Different Pair of Eyes: How are our lives affected by the choices we make?
Grade: 8, Social Studies
Middle school students see the world through another pair of eyes as they communicate with other students from different countries and in the process learn about their own country in a global context. Students will understand the correlation between where people live and their living conditions. Students learn about life in other parts of the world by learning about the living conditions and the natural resources of different countries. Students will further investigate the availability and usage of natural resources in different countries, and learn about causes for the destruction or depletion of natural resources and the ongoing conservation efforts. Students will learn about Resource Conservation and find solutions for conservation and sustainable development of natural resources in their country.

The Magic Yarn

Grade: 9-12, Social Studies, Mathematics
Students undertake the role of researchers to find out how the history of clothing has evolved and how man is interwoven in that history. They visit the villages of weavers to discern their life and living and take responsible actions to promote the traditional craft of handloom.

Climate Quest
Grade: 7, Geography, Social Studies
In a world ravaged by climate change due to the irresponsible behaviour of man, young citizens of the earth go on a journey to discover the meaning and extent of climate change and lead the way in arresting this change so as to return to our planet its pristine glory.

The Awakening
Grade: 9-12,Social studies, Language
As social activists, students assess the current depletion of value systems and make an attempt to revive it by setting example of Gandhiji’s philosophy of non-violence and indulging in activities leading to awareness generation in society.

Shaking Earth
Grade: 9-10, Science, Social Studies, Environmental Science
Students take on the roles of Survey Specialists, Geologists, Civil Engineers and Social Workers to research on earthquakes and plan disaster management.

Let’s Get There!
Grade: 6-8, Social studies, Language, Math’s
The lesson focuses on map reading and drawing and the three main concepts of map -scale and distance, direction and legends. Children will role play as descendants of a family of pirates to hunt out treasures hidden by following a map. They will then draw a map of the school compound.

Eureka: How can science contribute in human progress?
Grade: 5-8, Social Studies, English (Grammar), Science
In this unit, students will learn how scientific inventions have changed the course of human activity, and thereby human history. Students investigate and rank scientific inventions using Visual Ranking Tool in order of its impact on human lives. As a culminating activity, they propose an invention to make our life better.

* These are the Thinking Tools under Intel® Teach Thinking with Technology. If you wish to have more details about the same please write to thinkingtools@educationinindia.net*.

On a Sacred Journey: How can we live together in harmony?
Grade: 6, Social Studies, Language Arts
In a world fragmented by sectarianism, students as religion historians study the core values and the social relevance of all religions and learn to live in harmony.

The Return of the Dragon: How does the past influence the future?
Grade: 6-8, Social Studies, English Language, Drama, Music, Art
Students get an insight into one of the oldest civilisation – Chinese civilisation. Role playing as curators, they research and set up a museum model.

Back to School: How can I contribute to making a better tomorrow?
Grade: 7, Social Studies, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, Statistics
Seventh grade students’ analyse the causes and evolve strategies to arrest drop-out rates in their village. They persuade parents to shift priorities and allow their children to return to the classroom.

Dangerous Living: How does the place we live in impact our life?
Grade: 9-10, Social Studies, Environmental Studies and Science
A disaster is the impact of a natural or man-made event that negatively affects life, property, livelihood or industry often resulting in permanent changes to human societies, ecosystems and environment. Students will become efficient disaster managers and understand the causes of landslides and recommend changes to avoid immediate and future disasters faced by the people and prepare a disaster management plan.

Red Ribbon: How do the choices we make now affect us later?
Grade: 9, Social Science, Mathematics/Statistics, Language, Arts and Drama
Children from Corporation School explore AIDS problem in red alert state – Tamilnadu, India and create awareness about the stigma attached to the disease and provide suggestion to mitigate AIDS spread.

Business Studies

Beyond Caveat Emptor (Beyond Buyer Beware)
Grade: 11-12, Business Studies, Social Sciences
Students undertake the role of agents working with NCDRC (National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission) to find out how Consumer Exploitation can be minimised and how they can promote the cause of Consumer Protection. They conduct research on essential aspects of Consumer Protection and take responsible actions to promote Consumer Awareness and support the Government in its battle against this evil.

Secure your Future: What makes our life secure?
Grade: 9-12, Business Studies, Economics, Mathematics
Considering the current financial condition and financial goals of the clients, students’ role playing as financial planners plan an investment portfolio and propose investment options.

* These are the Thinking Tools under Intel® Teach Thinking with Technology. If you wish to have more details about the same please write to thinkingtools@educationinindia.net*.

Marketing Mantra: What influences our choices?
Grade: 9-12, Business Studies, Commerce, Mathematics
Students as young market researchers develop business acumen by designing a marketing strategy for some fast moving consumer goods facing a decline in demand. Using online thinking tools they juggle the four decisive P’s - price, product, promotion and place of products to hit upon the best possible combination of marketing mix.

* These are the Thinking Tools under Intel® Teach Thinking with Technology. If you wish to have more details about the same please write to thinkingtools@educationinindia.net*.

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