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Grade 9 to12 January Weekly Newsletter Issue 1

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DUNES INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Volume7 Issue 1 ACADEMIC SESSION 2019-2020 05-09 Jan2020 Sneak Peek  ASSET Exam will be conduct- Dunes International School equip the students with the tools to be ed from 12th to 19th January successful , creative and confident individuals. It offers a wide range 2020. of opportunities for leadership and environmental education. It’s the first day of the school after vacation! Our campus, too quiet during  Final Exam portion and the holidays, is once again full of excited students and teachers, ea- schedule for Grades 9 & 11 is ger to start on new learning journeys together. The silence in the uploaded in the portal. Dunes International School campus was shattered with the chirping of happy students as the school gates opened after the holidays. The  Circular on Grade 11 stream students were back in school after their Winter break. They were selection is uploaded in the thrilled, excited and raring to go! portal.  Weekly Test-Math will be conducted on 12.01.2020

Master Sai Rohan is also one of the winners of Jane Godall Roots and Shoots for the year 2018-2019, Win- ner of Action For Nature Eco Hero Award 2018, Sharjah Environment Excellence Award 2019, Internation- al Princess Diana Award and John Muir Award 2019. Dunes International School is extremely proud and overwhelmed as our blessed talent of Grade 10 Master Sai Rohan is bestowed with The Global Child Prod- igy Award 2020 by the Nobel Laureate Shri Kailash Satyarthi and Dr. Kiran Bedi During Global Prodigy Award Function held in New Delhi on 3rd January 2020. . Dunes International Congratulations our prodigy and his parents for making the school proud and awaits for much more in future.

Fresh new term, fresh new start! A special assembly was conducted by the teachers of Dunes International School to welcome students back to school after winter vacation. The assembly started with prayer followed by song prepared by choir group teachers which spellbound everyone. Teachers also presented an enthralling short skit on Commitment highlighting the importance of using their time wisely. Students were delighted to see their teachers perform and embolded them with a round of applause. The assembly includes some tips on how to ease back into studying and regaining focus on school after a relaxing break.

Students of grade11 identified the various direct and indirect expenses incurred in the daily course of busi- ness. They would distinguish between capital and revenue expenditure.

Students of Grade 9 recapitulat- ed the concepts learnt in statis- tics and solved the problems related to the measures of cen- tral tendency in pairs and correlated the same to the real life situations. It enhanced the skill of team work and collabora- tion.

Speaking Skill - Role Play Speaking is \"the process of building and sharing meaning through the use of verbal and non-verbal sym- bols, in a variety of contexts\". The goal of teaching speaking should improve students' communicative skills, because, only in that way, students can express themselves and learn how to follow the social and cultural rules appropriate in each communicative circumstance. Thus the grade 9 A students have active- ly performed an activity in the class.

Brainstorming provides a free and open environment that encourages everyone to par- ticipate. Quirky ideas are welcomed and built upon, and all participants are encour- aged to contribute fully, helping them develop a rich array of creative solutions. Grade 11 students wrote group wise essays after a brainstorming session where they jotted down 10 points and elaborated them into a formal essay. The activity helped the stu- dents develop creativity, critical thinking and collaborative learning.

Role play will give children the skills to handle problematic social interactions, such as bul- lying, which may happen as they progress through life. When children engage in role play- ing it helps to develop their way of thinking and helps them to develop feelings of empa- thy. Grade 9 girls were given the topic \"fundamental rights,\" in which they enacted how the rights of citizens are curbed in the society. They created an awareness about the need for rights to all the citizens.

We live in exciting times. Come 2021, the UAE will be turning 50 — a time of great celebration and recognition of how far this wonderful nation has come. What an exciting and marvellous journey we have travelled together from that historic gathering in the Union House nearly five decades ago. Already there is so much to look forward to in the coming year, which has been declared as '2020: Towards the next 50'. “Brothers and sisters, the UAE is approaching its 50th anniversary in 2021 and we want it to be the year of fresh starts and new beginnings,” His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, announced in a series of tweets. When the Founding Fathers gathered at Union House, they did so in the belief that they were about to create something unique and exciting, a nation that would proudly set forward into the world and be fearless in its embrace of the future. That’s a mind set that will be harnessed once more as the UAE celebrates turning 50 and prepares for the next 50 to come. Whether it be the economic sector, in education or research, in putting the infrastructure for growth in place, in the health sector or in the media — all together will convey the story of the UAE to the world.

Counsellor Desk Welcome back after winter break! Students often procrastinate and as a parent it can be frustrating. We tend to struggle with our child not completing his or her homework and assignments. Help your child improve his or her study skills by focusing on the learning pro- cess—not just his or her grades. Getting a good grade is the goal, but it is good study skills that will help your child achieve it. Encourage active thinking and critical problem-solving skills by talking through any challenges your child is facing with their homework or assignments and working out a solution to- gether. Helping students improve their learning skills and develop motivation for their work are the keys to helping students complete homework and assignments on time, reduce school stress, and put an end to procrastination for good. Regards Counsellor 16.01.2020 - Parent Teacher Conference 19.01.2020 - Arabic Final Exam 20.01.2020 - Islamic/MSc Final Exam 20-1-2020 t0 28.1.2020 – CBSE board practical exams 26.01.2020 - Annual Sports Day

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