This #vlog is about an upcoming Sports Carnival at Birmingham School of Sports and Health, Aurangabad which would happen from 15th to 18th August 2019. Timings are from 10 am to 10 pm. Entry is Free. So enjoy guys, Have a fit & healthy weekend.
Aurangabad YouTubers with Imtiyaz Jaleel, M.P of Aurangabad at Birmingham School for Sports & Health.
This vlog is shooted on the second day. Please like, comment, share & subscribe to my channel.
On the last day, I want to thank Future India, Birmingham School for sports and health & Unicorn Wings of India for making us a part of your Sports Carnival and also encouraging the YouTubers of Aurangabad City.
Child labour is a deep rooted problem in India. The fundamental cause of this evil is poverty that forces families to push their children to work for a living. Though laws have been formed by the government, stricter action still needs to be taken to tackle this problem. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) launched ‘World Day Against Child Labour’ and is observerd on June 12 in 2002 to tackle the global issue of child labour however to grab global attention to the terrifying figures of child labour, shared some of these figures in their World Day Against Child Labour program this year.
Check out these figures by the ILO on child labour:
152 million children involved in child labour worldwide, 73 million perform hazardous work.
Hazardous labour comprises of working in manual scavenging, construction, agriculture, mines, factories, as street hawkers, domestic help, etc.
Such labour, the ILO points out, “endangers the health, safety and moral development of children,”. Not only that, it also takes away a normal childhood and proper education from the children.
Hazardous child labour affects 45 million boys and 28 million girls around the world.
In recent years, the number of children between the ages of five and 11 involved in hazardous labour has increased to 19 million.
ILO’s agenda :
“Children are more vulnerable to risk than adults. Urgent action is needed to ensure no child under the age of 18 is in hazardous child labour,” said ILO Director-General Guy Ryder. On this World Day Against Child Labour, a joint campaign has been launched with World Day for Safety and Health at Work (SafeDay) to improve the safety and health of young workers and end child labour. The campaign also aims to “accelerate action to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 8.8 of safe and secure working environments for all workers by 2030 and SDG target 8.7 of ending all forms of child labour by 2025,”.
Here are the things you can do to help eradicate child labour:
Report if you see a child working.
Help parents to understand the importance of Education and harmful effects of child labour.
Support NGO’s and other welfare organizations who help to support childrens against child labour.
An awesome education week happened last year (15 to 19 December) in 2017 where i have learnt lots of things and met new talented teachers. They all have come from different backgrounds but everyone of us has some special talent and skill which i have tried to understand that not only makes them a good teacher but also a good human being. This 5 day training has been an unforgettable days of my life.
We have been given a pen, notebook, file case and a batch which tells us that Yes, I am a trainee… and i have a lot to do here. And, Yes, We also have a lunch and tea 2 times in a day… Thank you.
Day 1 : Spoken English Workshop for teachers training at Garkheda, Aurangabad (M.S.)
It was my first day at the workshop school where over 20 teachers had signed up for this workshop online via a link given by the Maharashtra Government on one of their portals. Mr. Thate Sir and Shabana Mam has been our guides and they have been giving us all the information related to the program. The first day was the introduction and everybody was too shy to participate, to work as a team, to participate and even to talk with each other. But Thate Sir has been doing his best to create an friendly atmosphere and supporting everyone of us.
Day 2 : Spoken English Workshop : Learning, Activities & Teamwork.
We use to watch many videos, tutorials and participate in activities in a group so that we can do exactly the same with the students in our class to create a helping and understanding atmosphere among the students.
Day 3 : Extra Curricular Activities.
Now, We really start doing things more seriously as if we are in a competitions. But here comes a twist in the story. Each time we are participating in an activity we are getting new teachers as our group members. So i didn’t know what good quality that particular teacher possess or what are his/her weakness that at the time of our act, play or expressing any of our task we shouldn’t get fail.
Day 4 : Play, Play doesn’t make us Fail… Sometimes at least.
Here, We learns that how can we interact with our students and enhance their learning abilities. I can’t share or express those activities in words here but i will soon upload some of them on my youtube channel.
Day 5 (last day) : Last day we have been doing some of the activities and questioning and answering session with our guides and discussing some of the teaching methods which should be implemented on the students in our classrooms. Then there was a workbook which we used to complete after every session but due to its introduction on the second we have completed the skipped portion. Then i have been called for an unprepared speech at the end of the program which was unexpected. But it actually gone very good. I think that happened with me because I was in a flow of talking and doing everything in English Language.
Lastly, I take an oath within myself that i would implement all the teaching methods used & trained in this workshop and will learn new things which makes me and my profession of teaching amazing and proud.
Here are some videos which i have uploaded on my channel. Please like, comment and subscribe to my channel : youtube.com/sknomanahmed
These are some Hashtagsand Twitterhandles which i used to share my social media activities.
Here i am… to my blog. After exact 3 months, Yes that’s straight 90 days. You all might be thinking ‘Where i have been.?’ (Ooh but who wants to know that…) Did i forget that i have a blog.? or to Post.? or i don’t bothered to blog anymore.?
The answer is a big NO.! I have been busy with my school.
A new year starts with January but for teachers its starts with June. For a teacher every year comes with new aims, new goals, new challenges and new children’s. As days are passing by i am taking my profession as my first priority and completing every task as a responsibility. But this didn’t meant that i am not blogging anymore. The reason for not posting regularly on this blog is i am not getting enough time to where i can think of and post something about myself. I was active on Facebook, Google+, Instagram and some other social media sites and share those feeds with my Tumblr Blog.
Today is Teachers Day and i want to say thank you to all my teachers who have helped me and supported me to become a good human being and a responsible citizen of this country. I will always remember you in my Dua’s and i pray to Allah that he grant you all with his peace & blessings and success in this Duniya and Aakhira. Ameen.
There can be no better profession which educates, informs, prepares, inspires & encourages at the same time. Happy #TeachersDay