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| Class activities are the most important activities in a class functioning as one unit and include special activities that are a part of the formal curriculum. They are defined as eactivities to enrich and to solidify everyday life in class and schoolf and eactivities to adapt to daily life and to learn and improve health and safety.f Solidarity making and enrichment activities are done by esolving life problems in school and class, organized class settings in a way to help students cope with a division of work.f Other activities are designed to promote ethe formation of attitudes of helpfulness and purpose, the development of basic life style, the formation of desirable inter-personal relationships, the utilization of school libraries, the nurturing of physically and mentally sound and safe life styles, and the formation of desirable eating habits.f
The objectives and contents of class activities have implications for both class-based and group-based activities as well as for day duties. Class-based activities are the ones that students undertake involving a variety of classroom work by making individual assignments. Group-based activities involve cooperation among students in small groups by engaging in various study and other activities. The day duty is daily work shared by the entire class.