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Highlights and Homework of 16thOctober, 2018

Highlights and Homework of 16thOctober, 2018

Highlights:

UOI: Learners were introduced to the summative assessment task. They were further made familiar to the rubrics of assessment. Later, they finalised the project they would like to work on.

Math: Students learned to interpret the graph using the data collected by them over weekends. They were also able to conclude the same.

Homework:

UOI: Research about the project chosen by you. Arrange for the materials you need to bring from home.

Math: Q1) Write the number names of the given below numbers in figures and words using correct periods. Also, write the place value of the digits 5 and 3 for both the numbers.

a) 2533805

(b) 59263114

Q2) Fill in the blanks:
1) 8 kg and 250 g = ___________________________ g.
2) 51 l and 65 ml = ____________________________ml.
3) 85 m and 11mm = ___________________________mm.

Note: Dear parents, a gentle reminder to send the tuition policy undertaking form.

Highlights and Homework – 16th October 2018

Highlights and Homework – 16th October 2018

Dear parents,

Day 6,

Star of the day: Mudita Patel and Gitesh Daswani:)

Highlights

UOI 

Learners were introduced to the summative assessment task. They were further made familiar to the rubrics of assessment. Later, they finalised the project they would like to work on.

 

Homework

Task 1

Write the number names of the following numbers according to Indian and International place value system: Also, write the place value of the digits 5 and 3 for both the numbers.

a) 2533805

b) 59263114

Task 2

 Solve the following:

  1. Betty wants to install new carpet in her living room. The room length is 15 m and the
    width is 15 m. If the cost of the carpet is Rs 8 per square metre, what will be the total
    cost to carpet Betty’s living room?
  2. After installing the carpet, Betty decides to also install floor wood molding for her living
    room. The molding will go around the entire room. The moulding costs Rs 4 per metre.
    What will be the total cost of the molding?

     

Task 3

Online practice:

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-fourth-grade-math/cc-4th-measurement-topic/conversion-word-problems/e/metric-conversions-word-problems

 

NOTE: Students have already decided the experiments they will be conducting for their UOI Summative assessment. Link for reference has been added below.

https://www.sciencebuddies.org/

https://www.instructables.com/

 

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

 

Homework for the day- 16th October 2018

Homework for the day- 16th October 2018

Dear students,

In case you couldn’t finish off your persuasive letter writing in the classroom, complete it from home. Seek your parents’ feedback about it. Refer to the shared documents. If you got it checked by me in the classroom, work upon the given feedback by rewriting the letter. If you finished off the task in the classroom and submitted your notebook to me, then write another letter to convince your grade team leader to implement an engagement/game of your choice during grade night out.

Recap of the day – 16th October, 2018

Recap of the day – 16th October, 2018

Day 6, Tuesday

UOI: Learners were introduced to the summative assessment task. They were further made familiar to the rubrics of assessment. Later, they finalised the project they would like to work on.

Homework:

UOI: Students have already decided the experiments they will be conducting for their UOI SA. They are expected to bring the materials for the same to the school tomorrow. Link for reference has been added below.

https://www.sciencebuddies.org/

https://www.instructables.com/

Math: 

Task 1: Write the number names of the given below numbers in figures and words using correct periods. Also, write the place value of the digits 5 and 3 for both the numbers.

(a) 2533805                           (b) 59263114

Task 2: Fill in the blanks:
a) 8 kg and 250 g = __________ g.
b) 51 l and 65 ml = __________ ml.
c) 85 m and 10 cm = __________  mm.

Note: Dear parents, a gentle reminder to send the tuition policy undertaking form.

Highlights & Homework of the day 16th Oct 2018

Highlights & Homework of the day 16th Oct 2018

Day 6 Tuesday

Language:

Articles based on threats to the environment were read in groups and later, discussed the same in the class.

Unit of Inquiry:

Formative assessment of LOI 2 & 3 was conducted.

Homework:

Language:

What are the things children wish they could do forever? Collect a primary data of 20 children to find out and make a list.

UOI:

Follow the below given link and attempt the quiz.

A certificate with the scores will appear after the completion of the quiz. Kindly, take a screenshot of the same and mail it to me (puja.gomasta@fountainheadschools.org).

https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/580ec0ce56bd584f78ece615/landforms-and-bodies-of-water

Have a good day!

 

Homework

Homework

 

Homework

Math

Solve the following:
1) Shalu shoots an arrow 5 meters far. Nitin shoots his arrow three times far as compared to Shalu. How far did Nitin’s arrow go?
2) A baseball team has 12 players. In a tournament, there are 7 such teams. How many players are there in total?
3) 500kg = _______ mg
4) 56l 35 ml=__________ml
5) Find the area and perimeter of a square shaped board game whose length is 35 cm.

[Unit Of Inquiry] Complete the preparations for your science fair project.

Here are a few sites you may browse to look for ideas if you are stuck unsure.

https://www.sciencebuddies.org/

https://www.instructables.com/https://www.sciencebuddies.org/

 

 

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala

Highlights and homework – Day 6 – October 16th

Highlights and homework – Day 6 – October 16th

UOI – Learners were introduced to the summative assessment task. They were further made familiar to the rubrics of assessment. Later, they finalized the project they would like to work on.

Math – Learners discussed their doubts about the homework. Further, they practised real-life problems of area and perimeter.

Homework:

UOI – Research about the project chosen by you. Arrange for the materials you need to bring from home.

Math – In your Math CW notebook, complete the worksheet started in the class – Area and perimeter

Language – In your language EE notebook, write one sentence on each of the figures of speech – simile, personification, alliteration and onomatopoeia.

Highlights of the day: 16th Oct

Highlights of the day: 16th Oct

Math:

Revision of reading the clock using 12-hour and 24-hour format was done through an activity.

Homework:

Math:

Convert the following into 24 hour format.

12 hour                               24 hour                                   

a) 3:00 pm

b) 1:45  pm

c) 8:15 pm

d) 9:35 am

e)10:00 am

f)11:55 pm

g)1:05 pm