A School Under Trees by Raghu Babu

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Weekly two periods we allotted for this activity. , too. Children do not like to sit hours together in one place. They like to move, quarrel, tease, fight..... This method gave such opportunity to them. , or sugarcane - They enjoyed the freedom in, this WORK! As we think this is the, first step towards moulding their carrier! When they returned they said with large eyes: “Anna! We went there, the farmer rebuked us - we were fearful.... ” “Anna! We went there, the farmer asked us to sit on the bund.

The normal school children do not know the crops whichever cultivated in their villages, but they have been forced to by-heart the crops which grow in America and in Mediterranean regions in primary classes! They do not know the history of their vi1lage temples, but they have been forced to by-heart the history of Hampi dynasty and Mugal dynasty’! They do not know how to draw a map of their village, but they have been forced to by-heart to draw the borders of Akbar’s kingdom or the biggest river in the world!!!

Based on that table we again learned science and maths! If the school has a small piece of land to do agriculture, whether the school may self-reliant or not, but we can learn a lot practically! We can have extraordinary experience, through it! Not only plant growth, we learned about ferti1isers, pesticides, pests, plant diseases, worms, birds, animals particularly squirrels and rats which do harm to the crop, and we learned about the thieves who theft the ripped corn in the dark!. Just we have grown creepers, di-cotyledons and monocotyledons, but learned not only Botany & Zoological lessons, but by using implements we learned physics and by using fertilisers & pesticides we learned simple chemistry — very practically!

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