|1. Ayse Durakoglu||1. Allyshia Buddahim||1. Nuriel Ayna Suhaili||1. Al-nahar Bandahala|
|2. Mohd. Zia Manjoorsa||2. Ichiro Abdurahman||2. Al-hamja Cailo||2. Hanz Mordred Yahiya|
|3. John Drake Tagavilla||3. Khaula Hataman||3. Ibrahim Daud|
|4. Zeinab Hussein||4. Fathy Athati||
|5. Arturo Aezam Eustaquio||5. Rivi Mae Panisales||1. Abdulhakim Ali|
|6. Rhaiyan Juliana Abutazil||2. Al-mahrouf Sabandal|
1. Let the students relax and enjoy after the long day in school.
2. Students will focus their time on the club without pressures.
3. Old and new students will have the chance to know each other.
4. Each student will enjoy games that will express their own feelings, opinions, point of views and experiences.
5. Boredom will never strike them.
6. Appreciate the beauty of nature or environment.
7. Learn how to handle responsibilities and duties.
8. Help in maintaining the cleanliness of the school.
9. Identify student’s strengths and weaknesses.
10. Students will learn from the educational movies, games and stories.
11. They will meet new friends and new experiences.
12. Division of Time:
a. 1st day of Club time: Movie time
b. 2nd day of Club time: Game time
c. 3rd day of Club Time: Cleaning time
d. vice versa/repetition
- Improve Communication Skills
– Playing requires that children interact with each other. The back and forth listening and speaking strengthens communication skills. They will hone negotiation skills as they take turns and discuss rules. Resist the urge to step in and explain the rules or interrupt because you know what your child is going to say. Let him explain, ask or give directions in his own time and his own way. This strengthens communication skills and helps him build confidence in his speaking ability.
- Stimulate Intellectual Development
– It depends on the game, but most require reasoning, logic or planning. Working on these skills in the game environment allows your child to build important skills that will be beneficial as he becomes older. Don’t be too quick to help your child if they are stumped. Let her try to figure it out on her own, and, if she still has trouble, give her small hints rather than telling her exactly where to move her game piece or whether she should jump your checker.
- Develop Motor Skills
– Games such as Simon Says and Twister develop gross motor skills and improve balance and flexibility. Board games and games that use dice require dexterity and improve fine motor skills. These skills are often neglected because of the time-spent sitting in the classroom or in front of the television. Your child may be frustrated that she cannot keep a hula-hoop or jump rope going, but encourage him to keep trying. This can also be an excellent lesson in the value of hard work.
- Learn Sense of Fair Play
– Games have winners and losers, and playing games teaches your child both how to lose graciously and win without gloating. Don’t let your child win in every game she plays with you. Not only does this create a child who doesn’t know how to lose, it cheapens the thrill of victory for her as well. Whether you win or lose, congratulate her on a good game. Don’t gloat or pout, even in a joking manner.
- Expand Imagination
– Once your child becomes comfortable playing with game pieces, encourage him to develop his own game. Explain the need to determine an objective and rules. Once he develops the game, play the game, encouraging him to explain and refine the rules as you go.
Ummah A. Samson
Club Adviser[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Handicrafts Club”]
Craft is defined as a skill in doing or making something in the field of art. In English, to describe something as a craft is to describe it as lying somewhere between an art (which relies on talent and technique) and a science (which relies on knowledge). The main objective of this club is to let children appreciate ART as a hobby and as a skill.
BENEFITS of Handicraft:
1. Art and craft helps build up physical co-ordination among kids: Activities like painting, drawing, coloring, cutting, joining and gluing things together to form a new object improve motor coordination in children.
2. Creativity: Indulging in art and craft activities is a way of allowing children to express themselves other than words and actions.
3. Sense of achievement and feeling of satisfaction: Kids are often proud of the things which they have finished on their own. Hence, upon completing an art piece, they feel a sense of satisfaction. It also builds up their confidence.
4. Spending time together: Art and craft activities are community activities. Children enjoy participating in painting competitions along with their friends. You can also organize these activities at home and teach your kids how to work closely with family members.
5. Improve concentration: Children involve in art and craft activities learn to concentrate on one thing at a time. These activities inculcates perseverance in them. They also learn to ignore failures.
6. Enhance planning skills: It is impossible to complete an art and craft activity without proper planning. Therefore indulging in these activities means learning to plan things well in advance.
[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Leisure Club”]
“All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy,” is something that we can hear nowadays but something we forgot along the way. Although we are all aware of the needs and benefits of leisure not until something seriously goes wrong with our health or relationships that we start thinking about it. The importance of leisure has been so vividly understood, that schools are slowly beginning to regulate overtime and over-studying, and are encouraging people specially students to take time off during weekends and holidays.
The benefits of leisure are well-known. Members of this club use their leisure time to engage in activities that include both exercises as well as other stress-relieving recreational activities such as games. It provides a lot of health benefits such as cardiovascular benefits, reducing cholesterol and hypertension, improving spinal and neurological problems, increasing bone mass and muscles, increasing lung capacity, and improving overall wellness. Entertainment activities also has its share of benefits by relieving stress, reducing tension, soothing mind and body, bringing about positive changes in attitude, and improving social communication and interaction. These psychological changes also impact physical health in a positive manner.
[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Math Trick Club”]ADD_CONTENT_HERE[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Music Club”]
Music is the science or art of ordering tones or sounds in succession, in combination, and in temporal relationships to produce a composition having unity and continuity.
It is a humanly organized sound.
It’s pleasant to our ears.
Name any definition, guaranteed our Music Club knows how to develop it!
Filipino-Turkish Tolerance School does not only aim to produce high quality students but also talented once. The MUSIC CLUB is one of the many ways for pupils of FTTS to showcase their talents and share it to the public. Pupils are given the privilege to learn and play different kinds of instruments such as piano, guitar and the flute. They can also explore their talents in singing.
In this way, pupils can develop their self-esteem and be able to perform intermission numbers during programs, school affairs or even compete in competitions. The School is very much proud to discover hidden talents.
DETERMINATION + STUDENTS WITH MUSICAL TALENTS = THE MUSIC CLUB!
Aisha S. Hakim
[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Strikers Club”]
The Striker’s Club aims to enhance its members on one particular sport – football. This club also serves as a training ground for various sports events such as PSZCAA and Palaro.
The moderators organize several football tournaments once a week to further the training. This will also develop sportsmanship and teamwork among its members and other students.
Striker’s Club is just one of the clubs in FTTS that will make pupils enjoy school more!
[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Theatre Arts Club”]
The club aims to:
- teach theatrical techniques, build self-esteem, boost self-confidence, enhance public speaking skills and overcome stage fright. It focuses on FUN with ART.
- enhance the speaking abilities of pupils through various games and strategies
1st day- Orientation and Introduction
2nd day- Art workshop
3rd day- 3 Noses (Trust Game)
4th day- Public Speaking Part I
5th day- Art strokes
6th day- A-Z Enunciation (Game/Workshop)
7th day- Public Speaking Part II
8th day- Music Workshop
9th day- Musical Theatre Exercises (Workshop)
10th day- Public Speaking Part III
11th day- Color Coordination (Game)
12th day- Whoozit (Game)
13th day- Conquering Stage Fright I
14th day- Art works
15th day- World’s Greatest Sandwich (Workshop)
16th day- Conquering Stage Fright II
17th day- Painting Workshop
18th day- Human and Animal Character (Workshop)
19th day- Developing Self-Confidence I
20th day- Improv Location (Workshop)
21st day- Occupation List (Workshop)
22nd day-Developing Confidence II
23rd day- Improv Location II (Workshop)
24th day- Create a commercial (Workshop)
25th day- Writing Playscripts
T. Alhaida T. Sharma
TURKISH DELIGHT MEMBERS
EUSTAQUIO, MARIE CLARIZZE CHASTINE L.
BURIAS, VANN LOUIS S.
SINGA, FRENCHYDEE A.
EUSTAQUIO, AERA STEPHANIE A.
ASGAR, ZAINAB T.
CAMLIAN, YUSEF T.
MOLENO, ADRIENNE GAY O.
USMAN, ASHA G.
MANSUL, JANIBA M.
SAGARAL, SHARIFA ZAM-ZAM M
TARIQ, MUSHAL B.
JAILANI, NAZIEFA S.
USMAN, SHANAYA G.
JIPANI, DIANA A.
MUKARRAM, KAIDIR T.
ABIERON, FATIMA ALYANNA J.
MAILAO, SHEEREEN J.
ISNANI, SHARNAENA P.
JULMANI, FATIMA JAZMEEN A.
RAJAN, SALWA Q.
BREMNER, CLAIRE G.
SULAIMAN, FATIMAH NUR-JAINA M.
The aim of ‘Turkish delights’ club is to cross of our (Filipino & Turkish) differences and establish the road of our similarities. As you know Filipino people love to eat. As Turkish people, we love to eat too. Therefore we learn how to bake/cook Filipino and Turkish foods. This is a way for us to learn and show one another’s culture.
As human beings, we share the same air, sun, sea, clouds, and etc. So how hard would it be to share a taste of one another’s culture?!
The following pictures are from our club time to show you how we share the life’s taste of joy and foodJ
Last receipt of 2012, GRAHAM CAKE (Biscuit cake).
Lastly we do not forget to share it with our teachers, Asst. Director and friends.[/acc_item] [/accordion]