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Day: January 15, 2018

Math : Algebraic Identities

Math : Algebraic Identities

Grade8 – G8 Elan
Homework assigned by: karan.chevli@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Jan 16 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Complete Exercise 7G – full (Page No. 145) from Haese textbook in your math notebook with necessary steps.

Kindly cross-check your answers.
Expected Time: 25 minutes

Math : Statistics

Math : Statistics

Grade7 – G7 Cognizance,G7 Envisage,G7 Idea
Homework assigned by: honey.jalan@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Jan 16 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Dear students,
You have to complete the Exercise 18B from Haese TB.
Expected Time: 20 minutes

LEAP-MATH MULTIPLICATION GAME

LEAP-MATH MULTIPLICATION GAME

  Making Multiplying Fun!!!

Mathematical games are helpful in teaching new concepts and providing lots of opportunity for practice. In this game, students were given different cards and on each card a different number is written in each corner and a larger number in the center. For each card, the four numbers must be combined using any of these two patterns to get the answer written in the center.

 

_______ X ________ + ________ X _________

Or

_______ X ________ – ________ X _________

This game has helped the students enhance their ability to think of different ways of getting to the answer.

Math : Statistics

Math : Statistics

Grade7 – G7 Perspicacity
Homework assigned by: shraddha.patel@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Jan 16 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Complete Q – 1, 2, 5, 6 and 7 from exercise 18C from Haese and Harries textbook in your math notebook and graph book with necessary steps.

Note – Kindly cross-check your answers as well without fail.
Expected Time: 30 minutes

G-12 – Computer Science – Curriculum and Paper Style

G-12 – Computer Science – Curriculum and Paper Style

Dear Parents and Students,

Curriculum and Paper Style for Mock Examination is as under:

Paper No. Paper Type Marks Duration Weightage
HL SL HL SL HL SL HL SL HL SL
Paper-1 Paper-1 Theory Theory 100 70 2 Hrs. 10 mins. 1 Hr. 30 mins. 40% 45%
Paper-2 Paper-2 Theory Theory 65 45 1 Hr. 20 mins. 1 Hr. 20% 25%
Paper-3 Theory Case Study 30 1 Hr. 20%

 

SL Units:
Paper – 1
1 – System Fundamentals
2 – Computer Organization
3 – Networks
4 – Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming
Paper – 2 – Databases

HL Units:
Paper – 1
1 – System Fundamentals
2 – Computer Organization
3 – Networks
4 – Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming
5 – Abstract Data Structures
6 – Resource Management
7 – Control
Paper – 2 – Databases
Paper – 3 – Case Study

 

Thanks & regards,
Bhumit Kansara
Shweta Gupte

Math : Algebraic Identities

Math : Algebraic Identities

Grade8 – G8 Ardour,G8 Vivacity
Homework assigned by: shraddha.patel@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Jan 16 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Complete exercise 7G from Haese and Harries textbook in your math notebook with necessary steps.

Note – Kindly cross-check your answers as well without fail.
Expected Time: 20 minutes

Highlights of the week!! (5th to 12th January)

Highlights of the week!! (5th to 12th January)

[Unit Of Inquiry]

TDT: Who we are: An inquiry into the nature of the self; beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including families, friends, communities, and cultures; rights and responsibilities; what it means to be human.

Central idea: Games can enhance our understanding about us.

Learning engagement for checking the prior knowledge of the students related to the new unit was conducted through an activity and reflection was taken using a graphic organizer.

The teacher unpacked the Central Idea.

Math

  • To start with the concept of multiplication, the strategy of Grouping was introduced through manipulatives.
  • Summative assessment of data handling was conducted.

Language

  • Nine Hats Reader-Students read chapters- 4, 5 and 6 from Stuart Little story and retelling of the story was done in the class.
  • Discussion of different stories was done in the class.  The teacher checked the prior knowledge of students by asking what makes a  story i.e. The elements of a story- characters, plot- the important events in a story, setting, problem, solution.
  • The teacher read aloud the story ‘Goldilocks’ and discussed the story elements as stated above.

 

Regards,

Grade 2 Team