ACTIVITY:1. NAME OF THE ACTIVITY:-
OBJECTIVES:2. OBJECTIVES:The term ‘binding’ is sometimes used to describe the cover of a book. For example, you might refer to a book as having a binding of leather, or being bound in linen. But binding also means the act of attaching many pages to one another to produce a book. Bookbinding is a very old craft and the techniques used in hand-binding have hardly changed over the centuries. Mechanization has changed the way most books are made but hand-bound books still use the same the techniques and equipment.
As a craft, bookbinding plays an important role in the production of artist's books, the preservation of antique books, and in training for fine arts students. As a commercial process, bookbinding plays a role in the lives of any consumer who picks up a book or magazine. Advances in commercial bookbinding techniques have greatly improved the cost, and therefore accessibility, of printed material all over the world.
3. WHAT DID YOU DO TO ORGANIZE IT:A prior permission has been taken from the Teacher-in-Charge of our institution to perform the work. Eight students of class VIII, Sec A are selected to participate with me. The Biology Laboratory of this institution has been selected as the working place. I first told the students the procedure of book binding:•
Stapling and Sewing – The collected papers exactly the same sized are piled them up. Then staple down/sewed along one edge.
Gluing - A white paper paste, or "library paste," is good for most purposes.
Covering - Any book will be enormously improved if it has some kind of a cover. The
cover doesn't have to be cloth or cardboard or particularly heavy. firstname.lastname@example.org
MINE – I directed as well as helped the students how to prepare for such works.
MY HEAD TEACHER – He encouraged and motivated me to perform the work. He also helped me by...
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