Friday, April 11, 2014

SHUVO NOBOBORSHO


Visit The Dhaka Zoo

In April 10, 2014, the students of class 2 went to visit the Dhaka Zoo at Mirpur. This tour helped them understand the diversity of animal kingdom that they are being exposed to in nature and books. The students were very excited having such an opportunity to come to the animals in such close contact. 





 

Many questions in them were fully answered during the trip by the teachers. They enjoyed much the sight of the tiger and lion. Their visiting the monkeys become a matter of great enjoying as it had some funny incidents. Students noted down everything what they observed during their visit excitedly in their lab copies.  





We believe such visits will help our students in the practical way understand more and more about their environment and the diversity of the Earth.
Students thanked to the organizers and teachers for arranging such an amazing trip.                        



Notice



 
Dear parents,
School will remain closed on Sunday&Monday, April 13 & 14, due to Mela.
You're invited for mela on both days from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm
Regards
ITHS

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Explore Turkey



Have you seen 
Mevlana Museum,
Tomb of Shems-ı Tebrizi 
or 
Martyrdom of Canakkale
If you had chance 
to see the places 
like those 
without getting any airplane ticket, 
what would you do!?!?



Explore Turkey


Having Virtual Tour in Turkey!?!?!
Have you seen 
Topkapi Palace, 
Maiden's Tower 
or 
Galata Tower 
in Istanbul
If you had change 
to see the places 
like those 
without getting any airplane ticket, 
what would you do!?!?

Just click on the following link 
and go to the pages 
to start your journey 
in your chair 
at home & office 
in Bangladesh .......... 


  
To start the journey, please click on the link below.

                       http://exploreturkey1.blogspot.com/p/360-panoramic-photographes-virtual.html




Science Fair 2014

The students of International Turkish Hope School got into diverse activities that develop students’ creative fields at the advent of Second Semester including the grand Interschool Bangla Olympiad. Then came the Science Fair on Saturday 29, March, right after the Monthly Exams were over.
A host of teachers along with a great number of students of Junior Section of Uttara and Gulshan Branch, all in royal blue T-shirts, under the supervision of Science Teachers stalled to display the very creative and unique innovations of our pupils on the whole 4th floor of Uttara Junior Branch.


Both students and Science Teacher worked relentlessly for months to organize and make a brilliant show of what they invented that would definitely contribute to the society at large. The fair covered a wide range of projects in a way that may be useful for one or the other.
Each project contained illustrations with models on and beside the display tables. The tiny scientists explained their novelty pretty well to the visitors very smartly with confidence. There were as many as eighty projects from Gulshan Junior Branch and more than sixty projects from Uttara Junior Branch.

Sports Day





Science Club



School Life



Programs for Parents



Independence Day



Fantasy Kingdom



Biscuit factory Trip



Tuesday, April 1, 2014

What is the country famous for?


The students of KG-2, Gulshan branch, took part in a project work titled ‘what is the country famous for?’ on 2nd November 2013. It was a part of their Seesaw lesson. Each student was given a piece of chart paper with a pictures of a famous places or objects. They colored the pictures and wrote sentences regarding ‘what the country is famous for?’The places were Disneyland of America, the Blue mosque of Turkey, the Tajmahal of India, pyramid of Egypt and objects/activities were Royal Bengal Tiger of Bangladesh, Footbal for Brazil, Bull fights for Spain etc. This activity was intended to enhance the general knowledge and also to increase the writing skills of the students through an enjoyable activity.


Tens and Ones



The students of KG-2, Gulshan branch, took part in a project work titled ‘Tens and ones’ on 21st November 2013. It was a part of their Math lesson. Each student was provided with a piece of chart paper and some drinking straws.





 





A two digit number was written on the paper and the students had to break the number in tens and ones and placed relative numbers of straws on the paper. 
 This activity was intended to enhance the comprehending skills of the students through an enjoyable activity.







Super Car





The students of KG-2, Gulshan branch, took part in a project work on ‘Supercar’ on 19th November 2013. It was a part of their Seesaw lesson. Each student has drawn an imaginary supercar which has some magical powers unlike the ordinary cars. They have also written about the things which the supercar can do. In this unit students were taught the uses of ‘can’ and ‘can’t’ in a sentence. This activity was intended to enhance the writing skills of the students through an enjoyable activity.
 

Seeds




As a part of the science lesson, the students of KG-2 Gulshan branch brought different types of seeds from fruits and vegetables. From this topic, they learnt about the number of seeds in different fruits and vegetables, and also their colors, shapes  and sizes.
 

Nursery Trip




One Dish Party



The KG-2 students of Gulshan branch, had a ‘one dish party’ on 27th January 2014. Each student brought an item to share with their friends. The items were fried chicken, french fries, potato chop and soft drinks. The party was held for two periods including the tiffin time. The students enjoyed the party as there were games and amusement for them. Finally teachers distributed candies among the students. 



Reading Competition



The students of KG-2 (Gulshan Branch) took part in a ‘reading Competition’ on 27th February’14. The story was titled ‘Happy the Hippo’ and was taken from the book, Oxford Reading Circle.
Each reader wore a crown (made or chart paper) which had a relevant picture of the story characters. He/she handed the crown over to the next reader having finished the reading.





 



Their names were written on the board and teachers put obtained points ( out of 10) next to the names. Finally the highest scorers were selected as first, second and third and were given slashes (made of chart papers).
Fluency, pronunciation, voice quality(loud), dramatization etc. were emphasized while reading.
This was an enjoyable activity for the students which also ensured good reading habit.