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Getting into the elimika System
by Elimika PTO - Friday, 24 May 2013, 8:35 AM
 

-Navigation around elimika system

- Read your emails regularly and prompt your colleagues when you get  something new.

-Familiarize your self with all the tools

-Please post your views, comments and the challenges you are facing within the forum.

 

NB:

To login to the elimika website you need to type

www.elimika.ac.ke/elimikapto

 
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Re: Getting into the elimika System
by loice karisa - Thursday, 13 June 2013, 4:25 PM
 

specific activity in art.

Drawing pictures with themes on national and imaging issues promotes nationalhood and national unity.

Painting and designing skills equip the learners to play an effective and productive roles in the economy of the nation.These activity also promotes personal development through developing the power of imagination enhenced by way of drawing and painting.

Exhibiting art and craft works internationally promotes international consciousnessand foster positive attitude towards other nations.

weaving can promote and preserve kenya's rich cultural heritage.

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Re: Getting into the elimika System
by ngala margaret - Thursday, 13 June 2013, 4:36 PM
 

specific activity in music.

Singing national and patriotic songs and cultural festivals promote national unity.

Music performance and dances to international levels promotes international consciousness and fosters positive attitude towards other nations.

Music promotes and preserves kenya,s rich cultural heritage when learners sing traditional dances.

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Re: Getting into the elimika System
by wambua veronicah - Sunday, 30 June 2013, 11:47 AM
 
Specific activities in art,music and drama that can help are; a).Moral and religious values are promoted when poems and mashairi are recited. b).Nationalism and patriotism are fostered when patriotitic songs are sang. c).Environment conservation and hygienic activities promotes good health and protection of the environment. d).Talents and personality development are promoted through play and drama. e)Social economic needs and technological advancement can be reached through caving,modelling,weaving,masonary,capentry and iron working
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Re: Getting into the elimika System
by Joshua Simiyu - Thursday, 13 June 2013, 5:45 PM
 
To achieve the national goals of education,the creative arts domain should be used.They include: 1)Children should participate in a variety of music activities including listening,singing,finger nails,games and performances.They can also experiment with a variety of musical instruments. 2)In art,children can create drawings,paintings,models and other art creations that are more detailed,creative or realistic.They should plan,work independently and demonstrate care and persistence in a variety of projects.They should share opinions about artistic products and experiences. 3)In movement,children should express through and dancing what is felt and heard in various musical tempos n styles.They should show growth in time to different patterns of beat and rhythm in music. 4)Children can also participate in a variety of dramatic play activities that become more extended and complex.Children show growing creativity and imagination in using materials and in assuming different roles in dramatic play situations. Using open-ended questions,teachers invite children to examine,critique,evaluate and develop their owo aesthetic preferences. REFERENCES 1)Senoga Z.(1990).Folk music of Kenya.Uzima press,Nairobi. 2)Wanjala H.N.(2000).Gateway primary revision music,Nairobi,Longhorn publishers.
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Re: Getting into the elimika System
by Joshua Simiyu - Thursday, 13 June 2013, 5:46 PM
 
To achieve the national goals of education,the creative arts domain should be used.They include: 1)Children should participate in a variety of music activities including listening,singing,finger nails,games and performances.They can also experiment with a variety of musical instruments. 2)In art,children can create drawings,paintings,models and other art creations that are more detailed,creative or realistic.They should plan,work independently and demonstrate care and persistence in a variety of projects.They should share opinions about artistic products and experiences. 3)In movement,children should express through and dancing what is felt and heard in various musical tempos n styles.They should show growth in time to different patterns of beat and rhythm in music. 4)Children can also participate in a variety of dramatic play activities that become more extended and complex.Children show growing creativity and imagination in using materials and in assuming different roles in dramatic play situations. Using open-ended questions,teachers invite children to examine,critique,evaluate and develop their owo aesthetic preferences. REFERENCES 1)Senoga Z.(1990).Folk music of Kenya.Uzima press,Nairobi. 2)Wanjala H.N.(2000).Gateway primary revision music,Nairobi,Longhorn publishers.