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Highlights and homework – Day 6 – January 4th

Highlights and homework – Day 6 – January 4th

Math:

Students constructed the meaning of equivalent fractions using the fraction kit as a manipulative.-

Life class: Discussion taken up on self esteem by reflecting on themselves.

Homework:

  1. Revise the FA responses (Deadline – Monday)
  2. Attempt fractions online – https://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fractions/fracTut1.htm
Grade – 3 Standard Level ‘Gujarati literary Event’

Grade – 3 Standard Level ‘Gujarati literary Event’

વ્હાલા વાલી મિત્રો,

બાળકોના રજૂઆત કૌશલ્ય અને શબ્દભંડોળનાં જ્ઞાનને  વિકસાવવા માટે “show and Tell Literary Event ” ગુજરાતી ભાષાની  લઈને આવી રહ્યા છે . Cycle-23 માં (15th Jan to 22nd Jan) આ  Literary Event નું આયોજન કરવામાં આવ્યું છે. જેમાં વિદ્યાર્થીઓ કોઈ એક ફ્લેશ કાર્ડ પસંદ કરીને ચિત્ર ઓળખશે અને તેના વિષે 1 minute બોલવાનું રહેશે. Literary Event નાં માપદંડ નીચે મુજબ છે.

Criterias(માપદંડો):

૧) ચિત્રની ઓળખ

૨) સમય મર્યાદા (1મિનિટ )

3) ગુજરાતી ભાષાનો પ્રયોગ

 

 

 

Glimpses of music class

Glimpses of music class


Students explored Marathi/Bengali/ Gujarati/Punjabi and Indonesian culture folk music. They explored the different instruments, languages, singing and rhythmic style, different folk songs etc. They enjoyed a fun and creative time by playing a puzzle game, story reading and drawing apart from learning about folk music in music class.

Homework for 4th January

Homework for 4th January

Homework

UOI – Complete writing your understanding about the central idea. (in 75 words)

Answer the following questions after reading the following poem (considering it as an art piece):

Whatever brawls disturb the street,
There should be peace at home;
Where sisters dwell and brothers meet,
Quarrels should never come.

Birds in their little nests agree;
And ’tis a shameful sight,
When children of one family
Fall out and chide and fight.

by Isaac Watts. (https://memorytyper.com/OrgPages/MemoryTyper/Short-Poems-For-Children.aspx)
  1. Give a suitable title to the poem.
  2. What is the context of the poem?
  3. What do you think was the mood of the poet, when he was writing this poem?
  4. Have you experienced the same in life? Please share your experience by giving an example.
  5. Who do you think was the audience for this poem?
  6. Summary – Make an interpretive statement for this poem.

Math – Solve the following sums in your Math notebook:

1. Write the number names of – a) 216.039, b) 59.308

2. Write the number in tight and loose form: 612.596

3. a) 2.3 x 1.6 (solve using illustration)

b) 3.2 / 4 (using monteiro cubes)

c) 0.8 x 0.6 (using blocks)

4. Add: 123.569, 12.506 and 313.005

5. Subtract: 21.996 – 14.559

Keep reading!! 🙂

G8_All Sections_ IDU Process Journal_SA Task.

G8_All Sections_ IDU Process Journal_SA Task.

Dear Students and Parents,

Please note that (as intimated earlier also) IDU Process Journal is a part of IDU Summative Assessment Task.

You need to complete at least 4 Task in the Process Journal and submit the same latest by 08 January to your respective IH & Language Teachers.

In case of any concerns, please consult your respective subject teachers.

Regards,

Language & Integrated Humanities Team.