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Day: August 2, 2017

Math : Percentage Change

Math : Percentage Change

Grade8 – G8 Zest
Homework assigned by: devdatta.gupta@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Thu Aug 03 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Dear students,

Solve Ex. 5E.3 from Haese and Harris textbook in your math notebook. You can use any of the two methods discussed in the class to solve the questions.
Expected Time: 30 minutes

Important note – G4 Valour

Important note – G4 Valour

We are starting with the summative assessment preparation from tomorrow. Students may need to bring some resources from home. Please guide them and ensure that they do bring the resources to the school.

Formative assessment book is given for parents and students to review. Please guide for math practice based on the feedback provided to them and ensure to sign.

Let’s design a symbol

Let’s design a symbol

The previous LEAP slot was integrated with the current unit of ‘Signs and symbols’. Students created a symbol which represented them and later, did a presentation of their work. Teacher recorded each of the presentation.

Regards,

Vaishali Desai.

(Grade-2 Resource Teacher).

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 2

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 2

Language:

  • The book ‘Elephants Never Forget’ by Anushka Ravishankar was read aloud to introduce students to the new literary device – Onomatopoeia. Later, the poem ‘Conversation’ given in the Empowering English Book (Chapter 6) was read aloud followed by a e discussion on which animal makes what sound and also if the sound is the same as the word.

Math:

  • Students revised the concept of reading and plotting time (12 hour format) and learned to read and plot time in 24 hour format through a video.

Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzD_sdv2gIc

Regards,

Shruti 🙂

 

 

Recap of the day – 2/8/17

Recap of the day – 2/8/17

Math –  Students solved word problems related to time telling.

Language –The book ‘Elephants Never Forget’ by Anushka Ravishankar was read aloud to introduce students to the new literary device – Onomatopoeia. Later, the poem ‘Conversation’ given in the Empowering English Book (Chapter 6) was read aloud followed by a discussion on which animal makes what sound and also if the sound is the same as the word.