### Browsed byDay: August 10, 2017

UNIT – TEST- International Mathematics

## UNIT – TEST- International Mathematics

Assessment Date: Thu Aug 17 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Functions

Details: This Unit Test will be of 35 marks. It will mainly include Paper 3 style questions and some Paper 1 style questions. Things required during the Unit Test: Own stationery, GDC. NOTE: This Unit Test is only for International Mathematics Core students.
Duration: minutes

Homework for 10th August 2017

## Homework for 10th August 2017

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Click on the link given below. It hasÂ five images. Look at the images very carefully and answer the following questions for each of the image.

• What can you infer (understand) from the image?
• What makes you say that? What is the evidence?

Math

• Complete the worksheet given to you in the class. (Decimal worksheet)

Note

• Complete the reading log and make sure you submit it tomorrow.

See you all tomorrow… đ

Math : Simple Interest Worksheet

## Math : Simple Interest Worksheet

Submission Date: Fri Aug 11 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Solve up to Q. 16 from the Simple Interest Worksheet given to you all today in class. Your doubts will be catered tomorrow.
Expected Time: 30 minutes

Math : Simple interest

## Math : Simple interest

Submission Date: Fri Aug 11 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Complete exercise 5G from Haese and Harries textbook in your math notebook with necessary steps.

Expected Time: 30 minutes

Recap of the day – 10/8/17

## Recap of the day – 10/8/17

Math – Word problems based on addition were revised.

Language –

The Poem âMy Cousin Fredâ was read aloud and the answers to the questions were discussed orally.Â

Read aloud of the book Â “Milk and cookies ” Â was done.

Poetry unit was concluded with a Summative Assessment task.

Homework –Â

Language – Â Complete the question answers of Â the poem “My Cousin Fred” Â as explained in the class.

LEAP

## LEAP

Homework- Make sentences of at least 5 similes written in the LEAP note book.

Highlights and Homework for 10th August 2017

## Highlights and Homework for 10th August 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language EE:Â Learners were tuned into the new strategy of âVisualizing and Inferringâ, where they inferred the images from the PPT. The learners had fun however it also helped them to infer the figurative (implied, not literal) interpretation of the symbol when no words were used.

Math:Â Students tuned into measurement unit by exploring different objects and equipment that can be used for measuring.

Homework

UOI: Bring a picture of any place that you have explored/visited. Followed by writing a short passage (4-5 lines) to describe your experience.

Language:Â Students will visualize in their mind and inferÂ at least 3 figurative interpretationÂ of the following by jotting it down in the EE notebook:

1. âcolorsâ: Â Red, blue, green, white, black, gold, pink and brown
2. âSeasonsâ: Summer, winter, autumn, spring

E.g.: Yellow color symbolizes happiness, sunny weather, jaundice

Monsoon: gloomy, greenery â nature, Â dirty, farming, fried food.

Grade 5 Symbiosis – 10th August’17

## Grade 5 Symbiosis – 10th August’17

Note

Get the formative assessment notebook signed by the parents.

Homework

Math

A) Â Complete the graph for the activityÂ conducted in class today.

B) Â Watch the following videos and solve the mystery in the Math notebook: Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â 1. Â https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFAwDHPT3GA

C) Â Case study – Complete the case studyÂ in the Math notebook. The sheet is shared with you through Google Drive.

[Unit Of Inquiry]

List down the âBenefits of using digital technology in the classroomâ in the UOI notebook.

Group 1:- Teachersâ / Educatorsâ

Group 2:- Studentsâ

Group 3:- Parentsâ

Group 4:- Global community

Highlights and homework – Day 1 – August 8th

## Highlights and homework – Day 1 – August 8th

Math: Learners were given the opportunity to explore different objects and equipment that can be used for measuring. They learned that they can measure length and weight of the object. A question was left to them to contemplate about “what do they measure when you are measuring liquid/water?” In other words, “I am measuring _______ of the bottle or ______ of the tank of a car?” The discussion will be continued in the next session.

Language: Learners were introduced to inferring visual clues. They learned how to make inferences using signs, symbols, colours, seasons, facial expressions and body language.

Read aloud of the book Beatrice’s Goat by Page McBrier was taken up.

Homework message for the students:

Math: Answer in your Math notebook –Â Where do you use/see the measurement in real life?

Language: In your EE notebook, visualize in your mind the image for below mentioned words and pen down the words, phrase or sentences you can use to describe them.

1. âcoloursâ: Â Red, blue, green, white, black, gold, pink and brown
2. âSeasonsâ: Summer, winter, autumn, spring
3. Weather

E.g.: Yellow colour symbolizes happiness, sunny weather, jaundice

Monsoon: gloomy, greenery â nature, Â dirty, farming, fried food.

Highlights and Homework – 10/08/2017

## Highlights and Homework – 10/08/2017

Dear Parent,

Language

Students were introduced to the new strategy of âVisualizing and Inferringâ, where they inferred the images from the presentation. The learners had fun however it also helped them to infer the figurative (implied, not literal) interpretation of the symbol when no words were used. e.g: Weighing scale represents justice, fairness, balanced.

Math

Students were tuned into ‘Measurement’ through work stations where they measured different objects using different tools/instruments.

Homework

Language

Students have to punctuate and parse Week 4 Day 4 and Day 5 from their Language With Ease reference book in their Language Writing notebook. They also have to do the Weekend home task for Week 4 in the LWE reference book itself.

Regards,
Pinky Shah