Mother Tongue Fortnight 2021
தமிழ் மொழி (Primary 1- 6)
‘என்றென்றும் தமிழில் வாசிப்போம்; தமிழை நேசிப்போம்!’
Reading is vital to every child’s success, both academically and in life, and raising children as readers’ means getting them involved right from when they are young. Thus, we chose Reading for Life as the theme of this year’s Mother Tongue Fortnight. Therefore, this year, the Primary 1 to Primary 6 Tamil students took part in varieties of activities in conjunction to Mother Tongue Fortnight.
The Primary 1 and 2 students were involved in Paati Sonna Kathaigal activity where the students were introduced to Indian Folk Tales. The Primary 3 students enjoyed the Street Drama or also known as Theru Koothu in Tamil Language. The students were given opportunity to role-play which helped to build students confidence in speaking in Tamil Language. The Primary 4 students were involved in a Cultural Camp. In the camp, P4 Indian students were involved in the following activities
- Flower Tying
- Language based activities
The P5 students also had exposure to a cultural game called ‘Uri Adittal.’ This is a game usually played in villages during festive periods. They managed to engage in similar activity at school. Lastly, our P6 students were involved in the Public Speaking Workshop. The workshop introduces the key elements of a being a good and confident student. Through interactive activities, constructive evaluations and presentations, students have had an opportunity to develop self-confidence.
During MT Fortnight 2021, Tamil Language department wanted to provide platforms and opportunities for students to develop a love for the language through reading. All students were encourage to read variety of books to complete the Bingo Reading Card. Through these activities, students were exposed to many different kind of reading materials. Therefore, this year we had Mystery Readers reading various stories for our students. We take this opportunity to thank all our Mystery Readers!
MOTHER TONGUE FORTNIGHT 2020
Pongaal Recess Activity 2020
Our girls had an enriching time learning more about Pongaal festival by participating in the various activities Pongaal recess activity. Our girls had the opportunity to experience the auspicious boiling of milk and learn more about Indian culture and Ponggal.
P6 Public Speaking Workshop
Our P6 Public Speaking Workshop introduces the key elements of a being a good and confident student. Through interactive activities, constructive evaluations and presentations, students have had an opportunity to develop self-confidence.
During MT Fortnight 2020,Tamil Language department aims to provide platforms and opportunities for students to develop a love for the language through reading. Therefore, this year we invited Miss Manju Balakrishnan, who is from MediaCorp. She is one of the highly regarded media personnel in both the local and international media fraternity. Our girls were interactive and participated during the story telling.
Mother Tongue Fortnight
Let’s Read @ Kellock
Our Tamil girls had an enriching and exciting time reading and doing reading related activities during the last week of Term 1. Students were brought to the library and teachers read out stories to them. After that, students took part actively in doing and completing the reading challenges and tasks allocated for them. Reading is Fun!