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Highlights and homework – 19th July 2018

Highlights and homework – 19th July 2018

Day 3 – Thursday.

Language:

  • Students read poems and identify the simile and alliteration used and also discussed the message that the poet wanted to convey through the poems.
  • Students explored a few poems from the chapter ‘Poetry By Children on Travel’ of Empowering English and identified the similes used in the poem to understand how the poets make word pictures using creative comparisons.

UOI:

Thinking tool – BAR key was introduced to the students using the example of an electric fan. Later, they explored the same thinking tool in groups using different objects.

Homework:

Language: Complete the given worksheet.

Math:

  • Read the table and answer the questions:
Year  No. of trees grown
2005 47,864
2006 76,090
2007 35,789
2008 47,846
2009  76,999
2010  67,321


a) Write the no. of trees grown in the year 2005 and 2010 in words.
b) Write the expanded form of the number of trees grown in the year 2009.
c) Arrange the years in ascending order looking at the number of trees grown in each year.
d) Compare the number of trees grown in the year 2006 and 2009 by putting an appropriate sign (‘<‘, ‘>’, ‘=’).
e) Write the number of trees grown in the year 2006 and skip count by 7 (up to 4 numbers)
f) Write the number of trees grown in 2009 with its succeeding and preceding number.
g) It was brought to the notice that there had been an error while recording data on the computer. The new data recorded was as below:
Year –  2005 / 2006 / 2007 2008 / 2009 / 2010
No. of trees grown 46,876 55,987 / 77,363 70,363 / 45,878 / 50,887
Now, arrange the years in descending order looking at the no. of trees grown in each year.

Have a good day! 🙂

 

Highlights -18th July 2018

Highlights -18th July 2018

Day 2 – Wednesday. 

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Formative assessment was conducted.

Math

Students reflected on their understanding on the concepts of Math strand (number names, greater than less than, place value, expanded form, preceding and succeeding numbers, odd and even, ascending and descending ) and chose the correct option.

Homework

Kindly check the common blog for Hindi – Gujarati homework.

Have a good day! 🙂

PTI Slots – 13th and 14th July 2018

PTI Slots – 13th and 14th July 2018

Dear Parents,

Find the timing for PTI scheduled on 13th and 14th July 2018.

Kindly adhere to your timings.

Slots Start Time End Time 13th July 14th July
1 7:30 8:05 Harshil Metawala Veer Doshi
2 8:05 8:40 Akshat Bansal Manvi Bachkaniwala
Break
3 9:05 9:40 Mahika Shah Janhvi Maru
4 9:40 10:15 Aarav Surana Yashveer Pahwa
5 10:15 10:50 Arham Jain Aarna Agarwal
6 10:50 11:25 Dhwanit Saluja Kavya Poddar
7 11:25 12:00 Dhayana Nakrani Yashica Sewani
Break
8 12:35 13:10 Shaurya Jalan Jaivee Kagalwala
9 13:10 13:45 Manasvi Lakdawala Radhya Goyal
10 13:45 14:20 Siya Ramsisaria Priyank Mendiratta
Few Important points regarding the meeting
  • Each slot will be of 35 minutes (30 minutes discussion and 5 minutes transition time)
  • Students will accompany and wait outside the class, while the PTI discussion is going on and join the meeting for goal setting. 
  • It is compulsory for both parents to attend this meeting.
  • Please ensure that you have discussed and mutually decided (along with your child) 2 goals (1 behavior and 1 academic).
Highlights – 11th July 2018

Highlights – 11th July 2018

Day 3 – Wednesday.

Language

  • The session was led by the teacher where students learned how to write a Diamante poem and created their own poems in groups.
[Unit Of Inquiry]
  • Students demonstrated and enjoyed their imagination by creating a sea creature using paper-plates.

Homework

Kindly check the common blog for Hindi-Gujarati homework.

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlights and homework — 6th July 2018

Highlights and homework — 6th July 2018

Day 6 – Friday. 

UOI:

Formative Assessment was conducted. Students understood that imagination might differ and it is important to consider others views as well.

Homework:

Complete the give mixed bag worksheets of Math and Language as explained in the class.

Note: Kindly fill and send the PTM form latest by Monday.

Happy Weekend 🙂 

Highlights and homework – 5th July 2018

Highlights and homework – 5th July 2018

Day 5 – Thursday.

Language: Students enjoyed reading aloud the ‘Animal Poems’ from the Empowering English Book (page no. 18 and 19) and later they identified the rhyming words by underlining them in their book.

Math: Formative assessment was conducted.

UOI: Students were read aloud “A bad case of stripes” which helped them to demonstrate their imagination by illustrating their ideas.

Homework: 

A. Read the following numbers and write number name along with a succeeding and preceding number.

a) 32,948 b) 41,000 c) 71,604 d) 90,005

B. The estimated cost of renovating my room is Rs. 79,999. Write the successor and predecessor of the given number.

C. The total number of fiction books in our school library is 45,099. Write the successor and predecessor of the given number.

D. Add: a) 2,574 + 1,874 b) 3,147 + 4,100 c) 7,679 + 382

E. Subtract: a) 8,754 – 5,142 b) 9,746 – 3,299 c) 4,900 – 4,127

Note:

PTI form has been sent with your child kindly fill and send it latest by Friday (tomorrow). Math FA book has been sent home, kindly sign and acknowledge!

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlights – 4th July 2018

Highlights – 4th July 2018

Day 4 – Wednesday.

Math: The mathematical concept of the expanded form was revised with 5 digit numbers.

Language: Students learned how to visualize by reading clues and words in the text. Later, they read a poem and drew what they visualized.

Homework:

Refer common blog for Hindi and Gujarati homework.

Note:

PTI form has been sent with your child kindly fill and send it latest by Friday.

Have a good day! 🙂

 

Highlights and homework – 3rd July 2018

Highlights and homework – 3rd July 2018

Day 3 – Tuesday.

Math: Students practiced forming 5 digit numbers using number flashcards and writing number names along with some set of numbers in sequence. The mathematical concept of the predecessor and successor was revised with 5 digit numbers.

Language: The session was led by the teacher where students understood the difference between Prose and Poetry.

Homework: 

A. Write the following set of numbers in sequence:
a) 10,170 to 10,179
b) 10,997 to 11,006
c) 14,456 to 14,465
d) 20,318 to 20,327

B. Write the number names of the following numbers:
a) 14,567
b) 20,913
c) 89,145
d) 77,291

C. Sia has gone to the bank to deposit Rs. 67,809. She has to fill in the deposit slip. Can you help her to write the number in words?
D. Raman goes to a bike dealer to buy a bike for himself. The cost of the bike is Rs. 45,735. Can you help Raman write the amount in words so that he can make the payment through cheque?
E. Seventy seven thousand five hundred and fifty six apples are produced on a farm over the course of three years. Write this number in standard form.

Have a good day! 🙂