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Highlights and Homework for 11th August 2017

Highlights and Homework for 11th August 2017

Star of the Day: Hemanshi Dayaramani

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language: Group of 5 students read aloud story books on fairies, monsters, ogres, princess, giants and reflected on their personalities by bifurcating it under physical , mental and emotional/behavioral attributes.

UOI: Scavenger hunt was taken up for tuning into the new unit where the students reflected their experience based on their own explorations.

Homework

Math:

A. Students will answer in their notebook “where one use/ see measurement in real life?”

B.  Solve the following word problems in the maths notebook:

  1. Mr. Shah bought a house worth Rs. 7,50,05,000. He spent Rs. 55,09,104 on furnishing his home. Find out the total amount of money he spent on his new house.  Write the amount he spent using Indian number system.
  2. Saara purchased a bicycle worth Rs. 8676 on loan. If the amount is to be repaid in 18 installments, how much will she pay monthly to the bank? Verify your answer.
  3. Aahan went to sleep at 9:35 pm. He woke up eight hours later. At what time did he wake up?
  4. Convert into 24 hrs format : 9.30 pm
  5. Convert into 12 hrs format : 17:00 hrs

Language: Students have to complete the worksheet given.

Note

Students will “Explore” about our patriotic Indian freedom fighters and present on them creatively in front of the class on Monday – 14th August 2017. They can perform dance, skit, mime, sing a patriotic song, a speech or a famous dialogue from any movie or of a leader related to Independence day.

 

Happy weekend 🙂

Highlights and Homework for 10th August 2017

Highlights and Homework for 10th August 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language EE: Learners were tuned into the new strategy of “Visualizing and Inferring”, where they inferred the images from the PPT. The learners had fun however it also helped them to infer the figurative (implied, not literal) interpretation of the symbol when no words were used.

Math: Students tuned into measurement unit by exploring different objects and equipment that can be used for measuring.

Homework

UOI: Bring a picture of any place that you have explored/visited. Followed by writing a short passage (4-5 lines) to describe your experience.

Language: Students will visualize in their mind and infer at least 3 figurative interpretation of the following by jotting it down in the EE notebook:

  1. “colors”:  Red, blue, green, white, black, gold, pink and brown
  2. “Seasons”: Summer, winter, autumn, spring

E.g.: Yellow color symbolizes happiness, sunny weather, jaundice

Monsoon: gloomy, greenery – nature,  dirty, farming, fried food.

 

Happy reading 🙂

 

Highlights and Homework for 8th August 2017

Highlights and Homework for 8th August 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

UOI: Mock presentation was given by the students on their UOI summative assessment project so that they can work upon their feedback for tomorrow.

Homework

Complete LWE WEEK 4 – Day 4 and 5 using the grid on page no. 24

Note

  1. All the parents have to come mandatory tomorrow i.e. 9th August 2017 at 9:00 am sharp,  for assessing their ward’s UOI – Energy unit – Summative Assessment.
  2. A gentle reminder to send 8 passport size photographs tomorrow.
  3. Kindly join our Seesaw class by following the instructions sent through the Seesaw invite.
Homework for 4th August 2017

Homework for 4th August 2017

Math

Solve the following:

  1. 250861 – 238609
  2. 312506 + 45902
  3. 8094 × 367
  4. 5819 ÷ 17 (verify your answer)

Solve the following word problems:

  1.  If the cost of 20 books is Rs. 4580, find the cost of each book.
  2.  If Mahesh bought 11 CD’s for Rs.1265, find the cost of one CD.
  3.  Riya bought one pair of skates for Rs. 2665 and 3 pairs of socks for Rs. 99 each from      Decathlon. How much amount did she pay in all?

Language

Complete the worksheet given in class.

Note

Students should prepare the script for the UOI Summative Assessment.

 

Happy weekend 🙂

INVITATION FOR THE UOI SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – 9th August, 2017

INVITATION FOR THE UOI SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – 9th August, 2017

Dear Parents,

Fountainhead has always stated that parent participation holds equal importance in child’s education as they are an important part of the learning community. We invite you to celebrate your child’s learning of the current unit and assess their understanding of the Central Idea “Energy may be converted and used to support human progress”.
You are invited on the 9th of August, 2017, Wednesday during the respective time slot:
Resilience / Mettle / Courage / Valour : 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Responsibility / Tenacity / Fortitude / Freedom : 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
You are supposed to assemble in the Y-box first for the briefing of the assessment checklist and later you will be escorted to your child’s class.
We request you to kindly clear your schedule and make time to appreciate the efforts put in by your child with your gracious presence.
Note: Carpooling is appreciated and recommended since we are promoting energy conservation and we have limited parking space.
Highlights and Homework for 3rd August 2017

Highlights and Homework for 3rd August 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Unit Of Inquiry:

Students started working on their Summative Assessment task.

Homework

Math: Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

A. Write the number names of the following numbers according to both Indian and International place value system:

a. 896708210

b. 507300411

B. Solve the following:

a. 7329 x 84

b. 6915 x 685

c. 3245 / 47

d. 7680 / 16

 

Highlights and Homework for 1st August 2017

Highlights and Homework for 1st August 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

UOI: Students were acquainted with the “GRASPS” model (Goal, role, audience, situation, standard and practices, product) through which they were scaffolded to their summative assessment task. Inquirers will be choosing any product of their choice as per the discussion taken up in class as their summative assessment project.

Language: Students read and comprehended a part of the story ‘Pandora’s Box’ from Empowering English reference book using the strategy ‘Reading for the Gist’.

Homework

Math: Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

a) 9819 ÷ 21

b) 2070 ÷ 45

c) Naina didi ordered 4768 sketch pens for Grade 4 students. If each section gets an equal number of sketch pens, find the number of sketch pens received by each section.

d) In the storeroom, there are 5460 chart papers. If they are equally divided and given to 28 teachers, find out how many chart papers will each teacher get?

Note

Students have to be prepared with their second book review and a plan for their UOI summative assessment task.

 

Keep reading 🙂

Highlights and Homework for 29th July 2017

Highlights and Homework for 29th July 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Math: Students were introduced to the Data Handling terminologies: Population, Sample, and Sample size. Later, they were briefed about the importance of ‘Survey’.

Homework

Language EE: Make 4 sentences on any of the phrasal verbs given in the handout: “Keep” & “Fall” – in your EE notebook.

UOI: Students have to conduct the survey on “Awareness about energy conservation” and submit the booklet on Monday.

MATH: Solve the following:

  1. 8936 / 25
  2. 9630 / 16
  3. 7894 / 46
  4. 1024 / 34

Note

Monday Day 6 will be followed.

 

Have a great day ahead 🙂

Homework for 28th July 2017

Homework for 28th July 2017

Math:

Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

a) 981 ÷ 21

b) 207 ÷ 35

c) 647 ÷ 17

d) Naina didi ordered 4768 sketch pens for Grade 4 students. If each section gets an equal number of sketch pens, find the number of sketch pens received by each section.

e) In the storeroom, there are 5460 chart papers. If they are equally divided and given to 28 teachers, find out how many chart papers will each teacher get?

Note

The school is working tomorrow and Day 2 will be followed.

 

Keep reading 🙂

Homework for 28th July 2017

Homework for 28th July 2017

Homework

Language: 

Students have to answer Q.2, 3, 9,10,11 and 12 given on Page number 30 of their Empowering English reference book in their Language E.E notebook. (Remind them to answer the questions in complete sentences.)

Math:

Solve the following:

  1. 5634 x 635
  2. 9638 x 741
  3. 1203 x 785
  4. 789 / 23
  5. 1508  39

Note: School is working tomorrow and Day 2 will be followed.

Happy reading 🙂