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Summative Assessment- Math standard/extended

Summative Assessment- Math standard/extended

Grade9 – All
Assessment given by: shraddha.patel@fountainheadschools.org
Assessment Date: Mon Sep 10 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Unit 2 – What are the chances?
Criterion C: Communicating and Criterion D: Applying Mathematics in real-life contexts
Details: Important – Kindly get the stationery.

Details of criteria-

Criterion C: Communicating
i. use appropriate mathematical language (notation, symbols and terminology) in both oral and written explanations
ii. use appropriate forms of mathematical representation to present information
iii. move between different forms of mathematical representation
iv. communicate complete, coherent and concise mathematical lines of reasoning

Criterion D: Applying mathematics in real-life contexts
i. identify relevant elements of authentic real-life situations
ii. select appropriate mathematical strategies when solving authentic real-life situations
iii. apply the selected mathematical strategies successfully to reach a solution
iv. justify the degree of accuracy of a solution

Duration: 90 minutes

Summative Assessment- Math standard/extended

Summative Assessment- Math standard/extended

Grade9 – All
Assessment given by: shraddha.patel@fountainheadschools.org
Assessment Date: Thu Sep 06 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Unit 2 – What are the chances?
Criterion A: Knowing and understanding and Criterion B: Investigating patterns
Details: Important – Kindly get the stationery.

Details of criteria-
Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding

i. select appropriate mathematics when solving problems in both familiar and unfamiliar situations.

ii. apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving problems.

iii. solve problems correctly in a variety of contexts.

Criterion B: Investigating patterns

i. select and apply mathematical problem-solving techniques to discover complex patterns

ii. describe patterns as general rules consistent with findings

iii. prove or verify and justify, general rules.
Duration: 45 minutes

Math : Probability

Math : Probability

Grade8 – G8 Elan
Homework assigned by: shraddha.patel@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Fri Aug 31 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Kindly complete the following from Haese reference book in your Math notebook with necessary steps. Also cross-check your answers from back side and put your sign stating self checked.

1. Q3 and Q5 of exercise 16A
2. Q1, Q2 & Q3 from exercise 16D
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 30 minutes

Math : Probability

Math : Probability

Grade8 – G8 Zing
Homework assigned by: shraddha.patel@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Mon Sep 03 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Kindly complete the following from Haese reference book in your Math notebook with necessary steps. Also cross-check your answers from back side and put your sign stating self checked.

1. Q3 and Q5 of exercise 16A
2. Exercise 16B.2
3. Exercise 16D
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 90 minutes

National Science Safety Campaign 2018 for grade 9 to 12

National Science Safety Campaign 2018 for grade 9 to 12

Dear Students,

We take great pleasure in inviting you to participate in the UL National Safety Science Campaign 2018 which is being conducted for the fifth year in succession. This is a complete student awareness program to increase knowledge and sensitivity amongst students with respect to safety in all aspects. The National Safety Science Campaign (NSSC) is the new and bigger version of the highly popular National Safety Science Quiz (NSSQ). Xpress Minds Edutainment is the country’s leading quiz and knowledge events company, and is the quizzing partner for this prestigious programme.

 

UL for 124 years strives to advance standards research and development, safety education and outreach by partnering with a diverse set of stakeholders ranging from the government, manufacturers, regulatory authorities, academia, corporations and nonprofit institutions.

 

UL has charted upon an ambitious plan to groom the next generation of Indians to become more safety conscious than their predecessors and permeate their awareness of safety science in every sphere of life.

Details are as under:

Round 1: Practice Quizzes

All registered students will be eligible to take 6 practice quizzes of 5 questions each on different safety topics.

These will be in MCQ format. The scores obtained in these tests will be shared with the school, but will not be taken into account for the Qualifying Test.

Students can take this test at home or in school, on a desktop or handheld device.

Round 2: Online Qualifier Quiz Students who have taken at least ONE Practice Test will be eligible for the Qualifier Round of the ONLINE QUIZ.

2.This comprises a 25-question quiz in MCQ format. This will be a timed test, where each student will get 15 minutes to attempt all 25 questions.

Each student is allowed a maximum of two attempts. The better of two scores will be taken as the final score.

Students can take this Quiz from home or in school, on a desktop or handheld device.

The Online Round tests will be open to students as soon as they are registered. Students can use the username & unique IDs to take the tests at home or in school, on a desktop or handheld device.

Results of Stage 1 will be uploaded on the website. These will also be mailed to schools separately.

Stage 2: Zonal Round

The Second Stage comprises 10 Zonal Rounds — one each at New Delhi, Jaipur, Lucknow, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata and Bangalore.

Here the 2 best students from the online round from each school will represent their school as a single team.

A written qualifying test will be held from which the top 6 will move to the Zonal Final.

The team that wins the zonal final will be eligible to take part in the National Round.

These Quizzes will be held from 22nd October — 26th October 2018* across 9 cities. The Bangalore Zonal Round will be held in November*, to be followed by the National Round (Finale).

Stage 3: National Round —TV

In the Third Stage, the 10 Zonal Winners (20 students in 10 teams of 2 students each)

will move to the 2 National Semifinals Round.

The 10 Zonal Champion Teams will participate in 2 Semifinals of 5 teams per Round to be held at Bangalore.

This will be followed by a National Finale, where the 4 winning teams from the Semifinals will take part in the final Round of UL NSSQ 2018.

The 2 Semi Finals and Grand Finale will be telecast on national television.

3.scope of NSSQ

This is a broad scope which aims at helping teachers and students understand in general terms what all is covered by safety science:

Personal Safety: at home, on the road, in school, at the playground, at public facilities,while travelling, at leisure, on holiday, etc.

Safety pertaining to Things: electricity, machines, appliances, equipment, vehicles-cycles, cars, motorcycles, buses and the like, and their use, repair, etc.

Cyber Safety: privacy safety, cyber harassment or bullying issues, mobile phone and social media issues, Identity theft, phishing, spamming, etc.

Environmental issues: quality testing, standards, manufacturing hazards, disposal of e-waste, etc.

Food Hygiene: knowledge of allergens, storage practices of food, cooking standards,Carcinogens- in food, items of daily life.

Preventing accidents in the home: in the bathroom, kitchen, on roofs, water tanks,etc.

Safety at the workplace: workstation, IT/ computer room, lab, cafeteria, etc.

Basic toxicology in nature: plants you should not touch, insects, snakes; in daily life.

Accidents in public places: stations, airports, markets and malls, while using elevators and escalators, crowd safety, etc.

History of safety regulations: Laws and legislation governing safety Disabled people: safety science for them. This is a means to a more sensitive society as well.

Questions based on analytics: of statistics collated on accidents.

  • Safety while practicing extreme/ adventure sports

We would like to state again that safety science includes each and every way and means of reducing accidents/danger — everywhere and at all times.

Link to register online: https://www.ulnssc.org/

Last date to register online:31st August,2018

Regards,

Manish Tiwari

Grade 6 Deliberate – 30th August’18

Grade 6 Deliberate – 30th August’18

Homework

A) Solve the Mixed Bag sheet in the Mixed Bag notebook. The sheet has been shared with you through Google Drive. It has also been uploaded on the Blendspace link, tile – 11.

Blendspace link – https://www.tes.com/lessons/WKFWpa04Zh7Kqw/mixed bag sheet

B) Go through the image and map the activity done in class today(towards the end of the day) with the steps stated in the image. This task will be done in the Math homework notebook.

Link : https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dWqsl_suGu4nvWz2FHE5Uv0f40rqPTZ9u1XvvcqTTag/edit?usp=sharing

C) Complete the research work along with presentation work(optional) for the topic chosen in class today. The resource links have been shared with you. You can go ahead and research as per your need. You can use the Language+UOI C.W notebook for note-taking.

D) Remember to get the summative assessment of UOI and Language signed by the parents. Bring back both the papers to school on Monday without fail.