A wall magazine is a periodical run on a notice board, especially in an educational institution where students work & teachers guide to post articles, poems, drawings etc. to share with other people.
The purpose of a the wall magazine is to be “ a device to induce people to read any important message.”
The importance of construction of wall magazine in our daily lives are essential because it’s our source of entertainment. It is also very informational and a lot of people read messages. Whether it is any festival history , culture, tradition, students creativity base writings.
News is important mainly for the for the students to inform the students about the events that around them and affect them. News increase the general knowledge and communication skills of the readers. To help the students make a habit of reading everyday.
Wall magazine is a medium within the educational institution for the student to express their creativity. It can also be utilized as a medium to increase interaction between students having regular basis. Certain topic / theme can be chosen in this respect.
BSISC holds wall magazine club class every Thursday. Students from different classes joined the wall magazine club. Teachers guide them like mentors.
BSISC promotes Bangladeshi culture, heritage, traditions, nationalism through wall magazine club. The club also give equal importance to international events to make the students oriented with the world affairs.
In BSISC wall magazine club students work in groups. They are divided into 4 houses. Teachers select one topic or theme and the students write articles, poems, draw pictures, collect information to decorate the wall magazine.
Competitions are held among the houses and awarded as well. Students work of the wall magazines are displayed in the field on special days for the audience.
Wall magazine club is a part of co-curricular activities which is integral part of education. It is as important as academic education in students life. BSISC is committed to make the students as global citizens.
writer: Zebin Akter
Former Vice Principal ( BSISC )