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How to bring the concept of a restaurant menu into our day-wise Curriculum? How we may include choices in our Curriculum?

How to bring the concept of a restaurant menu into our day-wise Curriculum? How we may include choices in our Curriculum?

How to bring the concept of a restaurant menu into our day-wise Curriculum? How we may include choices in our Curriculum?

 

Bringing the concept of restaurant menu into our day-wise Curriculum :

The menu reads – Plain Dosa, Masala Dosa, Onion Plain Dosa, Onion Masala Dosa, Paneer Dosa, Butter Plain Dosa, Ghee Roast Onion Masala Dosa, Idli, Rava Idli, Vada, Medu Vada, Indian Masala Burger, Burger … we all love to have choices.

Article 12, 13, and 17 of UNCRC, National Early Childhood Care and Education Policy 2013, National Early Childhood Care and Education Curriculum Framework 2014, National Education Policy 2020, and other policy documents and framework documents also require the teacher to provide with choices to the students in the classroom.

Let us also acknowledge these two important points –

  1. Fundamental duties under the Constitution of India also require “individual” as well as “collective” excellence (Article 51 A (j)).
  2. Vygotsky also states that “learning is essentially a social process”.

Here is a list of options that you may use with the children in the classroom so that it gives them freedom of choice, and it also provides us with the option of using Multiple Intelligence (Howard Gardner) and “learning styles” that suit them.

  1. Read a book/story or Listen to the story
  2. Watch a video on the lesson and solve questions or participate in teacher-led small group discussion
  3. Engage in a small group discussion or write a short note or participate in the teacher-moderated online discussion forum
  4. Submit a task by working alone or work with a peer or complete a small-group task
  5. Engage in a writing task or engage in developing a conceptual-map presentation
  6. Engage with the library to explore the concept or discuss with teacher/senior/family member to explore the concept
  7. Review with pen and paper or review with an online task
  8. Prepare notes or draw a diagram/sketch
  9. Submit Audio/Video or submit written explanation or submit project

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