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Highlights and homework – 14th December,17

Highlights and homework – 14th December,17

Day 5 – Thursday.

Language:

The teacher read the chapter’ Max Crosses The Road’ using Comprehension Strategy ‘Inferring with text clues’. Answers to the questions given at the end of the chapter ‘Max Crosses The Road’ of Empowering English were discussed.

Math:

Teacher role modeled the multiplication of a 2-digit number by 1-digit number using partial product method.

Homework

  1. Solve the sums using area model.
    a) 501 x 5                      b) 789 x  8                 c) 287 x 98                 d) 975 x 25               e) 521 x 74
  2. Write answers to the question no.- 1,2,4 &7  (Empowering English, page no. 96 and 97).

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlights 13th December 2017

Highlights 13th December 2017

Day 4, Wednesday

UOI: Central-Idea of the new unit was discussed in class.

Language:

  1. The teacher explained the meaning of the difficult words given at the end of the chapter ‘Max Crosses The Road’ of Empowering English. Sentences using the same words were also made orally by the teacher and students to understand the usage of words.
  2. The teacher read the chapter’ Max Crosses The Road’ using Comprehension Strategy ‘Inferring with text clues’.

Math: 

  1. Formative Assessment was conducted.
  2. Students practiced the multiplication of  3-digit number by 2-digit number (with regrouping) using area model in notebooks.

Homework:

Refer common blog for Hindi and Gujarati homework.

Highlights and homework – 12th December

Highlights and homework – 12th December

Day 3 – Tuesday 

Language: The 7th chapter – ‘Mr. Change-About And The Enchanter’ of the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read. The students tried to guess the meaning of the difficult words using the context clues.

Math: Teacher role modeled the multiplication of a 3-digit number by 1-digit number and a 2-digit number (with regrouping) using area model.

UOI: Discussion related to tasks and gallery walk was taken in the class and students were introduced to 6 simple machines.

Homework

Language: 

  1. Do the creative writing on the topic – Imagine yourself in Africa/China/Antarctica.

         The following questions will help you build on your ideas:
                  What would you wear?
                  Where would you live?
                  What would you eat?
                  If you walked out, what would you see?

2.  Punctuate the sentences given on Page 80 of Empowering English Book.

 

Math:

             Solve the following word problems.
a) A bus carries 56 passengers in one trip. How many passengers are carried on 8 trips?
b) A stamp album can hold 52 stamps. How many stamps will 4 albums hold?
c) A school has 24 classrooms. The capacity of each class is 48 students, find the total number of students in the school.

Note: Language FA Notebook is been sent home, kindly sign and acknowledge. 

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlights and Homework – 7th Dec, 2017

Highlights and Homework – 7th Dec, 2017

Day 6 – Thursday.

Language

Formative assessment was conducted.

Math

Students solved multiplication word problems based on real-life application.

Homework:

  1. Solve the given worksheets
  2. LWE – Complete till Week 13 Day 5.
  3. Refer common blog for Hindi and Gujarati homework.

Language FA books have been sent along with students, kindly sign and acknowledge.

Note-  Tomorrow is a holiday for students. Monday – day 2 timetable will be followed.

Have a great weekend! 🙂

Highlights and homework – 5th Dec, 2017

Highlights and homework – 5th Dec, 2017

Day 4, Tuesday

ICT: Learners made a google slide presentation on the TDT ” Where We Are In Place And Time”.

UOI: Learners explored various simple machines through gallery walk.

 

Homework:

Math: Solve the following multiplication sums using area model:
a) 42 x 52      b) 79 x 45     c) 30 x 14       d) 76 x 13

ICT: Continue working on the google slide presentation.

Have a good day, stay safe! 🙂

Highlights and homework – 30th November, 2017

Highlights and homework – 30th November, 2017

Day 1 – Thursday.

Math: Teacher role modeled the multiplication of a 2-digit number by a 2-digit number (with regrouping) using area model.

Language: Chapter 6 from the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read in the class.

Note: DEAR Time is there tomorrow in the assembly slot. Students are supposed to carry books to read. 

Homework: 

LWE: Complete Week 12.

Math: 

Task 1: Solve the sums using area – model method
a) 85 x 25 b) 79 x 21

Task 2: Revise tables.

Have a good day! 🙂

 

Highlights and homework – 24th November, 2017

Highlights and homework – 24th November, 2017

Day 3 – Friday.

Language

Dictation was conducted. Learners did popcorn reading of the chap – 5 from the reader – Magic Faraway Tree.

UOI

FA of the 3rd LOI (Impact of human interaction on environment) was taken.

Math

Students solved multiplication sums using different methods.

Homework:

Solve the given worksheets.

UOI – Revise all the concepts.

Note: FA of UOI is been sent home. Kindly sign and acknowledge. 

Have a great weekend! 🙂

Highlights and homework – 23rd November, 2017

Highlights and homework – 23rd November, 2017

Day 2 – Thursday.

UOI: Learners saw a PPT related to 3rd LOI of the unit – Impact of human interactions on the physical environment.

Language: The fifth chapter of the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read by the teacher focussing on Reading comprehension strategy – Inferring the meaning of unfamiliar words.

Homework:

Task 1: Solve the following word problems.

  1. Tom picked 3,456 apples and Tina picked 2,456 apples from an orchard in a day. Radha picked 1,246 apples from the same orchard the very next day. How many apples were picked by all of them?
  2. At the zoo, I see 35 elephants and 48 tigers. How many legs do I see?
  3. A DVD case holds 1,265 DVDs. There are 810 DVDs already in the book. How many more DVDs can be put in the book?  

Task 2: Solve the sums and check the answer using inverse relationship.

a) 87,452 + 25,854

b) 9,45,253 – 45,658

c) 6584 + 8548

Have a good day! 🙂