We have organized CONNECT (Session on DP Result) – Wednesday, 25th July 2018.
Timings: 09:00 am to 10:30 am
Venue – Y Box.
Session Format – Presentation & Discussion
What is “Connect”?
“Connect” is an open forum where school management shares information and updates with parents and parents can share their concern with the management.
What is IBDP?
The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is an academically challenging and balanced programme of education. This program is offered to grade 11 and grade 12 students.
IBDP Result announcement detailed report will be sent by today (21st July 2018) and you are requested to go through it before coming for the meeting.
- Kindly be seated 10 minutes before the start of the session in Y Box.
- “Since it is DP Result specific session, you can address any concerns related to the current results” & placements and board related queries
- This is not a platform to raise any child-specific issues or any other issues.
- (Another session will be held in early September for the – General Academic & Administrative Issues.)
- CARPOOLING is highly appreciated & recommended since we have limited parking space.
The School Games (S.G.F.I) Roller speed skating tournament is schedule on 28th July 2018 at SMC Skating rink, Jariwala compound, Katargam, Surat.
All the students that are interest to participate for the same will have to give the selection trials that are scheduled on Tuesday 24th July at 2pm. The selection trials will be conducted during the stayback. The students need to email me the registration for the selections latest by Monday 23rd July, 2 pm.
Only those students whose name will be received through the email (before 2 o’clock) will be allowed to do stay back and give the trial.
Note: Competition is only for the Quad and Inline category for both boys and girls. Age groups are as follows:
Under 11(grade 3-5) Born on and after 01-01-2008 only.
Under 19 (grade 11-12) Born on and after 01-01-2000 only.
Day 4 – Friday.
Language: Formative assessment was conducted.
UOI: Moving further in the unit, Students acquired an understanding of the process of problem-solving through a learning engagement. They understood that imagining or thinking of different alternative solutions and implementing one of them helps in problem-solving. They even watched the movie ‘Jumanji’ in connection with problem-solving.
ICT: Students understood the pros and cons of using screen time through an activity. Later, discussion on the importance of more face time was taken up as a class. Later, students played games in pairs related to problem-solving.
Homework: Complete the given Language and Math worksheet.
Have a great weekend! 🙂
Day 3 – Thursday.
- 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.
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.
Language: Complete the given worksheet.
- Read the table and answer the questions:
|| No. of trees grown
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! 🙂
Dictation words for next week
ગૃહકાર્ય ( गृहकार्य ) :
ગુજરાતી વર્ણ “ક” અને “ખ” નું ૧૦ વાર ગુજરાતી નોટબુક માં લેખન કરો.
गुजराती वर्ण “ક” और “ખ” का १० बार गुजराती नोटबुक में लेखन करें |
ગૃહકાર્ય (Homework) :
૧) પતંગિયા પાઠ્યપુસ્તકમાં પેજ નંબર ૧૧ (11) પર આપેલ “મ” અક્ષરને દરેક લાઈનમાં સાત વખત લખો.
૨) પતંગિયા પાઠ્યપુસ્તકમાં પેજ નંબર – ૧૨(12) પર આપેલા અક્ષરોમાંથી “મ” શોઘી તેને ફરતે ગોળ કરો અને “મ’ ને ઘૂંટો(Tracing).
१) ‘मकड़ी’ और ‘इडली दोसा’ कविता से संबंधित गतिविधि करवाई गई |
गृहकार्य – बच्चों के साथ हिंदी किताबें भेज दी गई है (‘वाचन पुस्तिका’ और नोटबुक)
वाचन और लेखन कार्य (Reading and writing task) – वाचन पुस्तिका में से पेज नं. 2 से ‘अ’ और ‘आ’ मात्रा के वाक्यों का वाचन करवाएँ और ‘आ’ मात्रा के वाक्यों का अनुलेखन नोटबुक में करवाएँ |
- गृहकार्य करते समय दिनांक और HW अवश्य लिखें |
- वर्तनी और मात्राओं पर ध्यान दीजिए |
- लेखन कार्य में एक लाइन छोड़कर लिखिए |
- गृहकार्य करने के बाद गुरूवार को कक्षा में किताबें अवश्य जमा करवाएँ |
- हिंदी कहानी का वाचन अवश्य करवाएँ और ‘वाचन सारणी’नोटबुक में जुलाई महीने में भरें |
Day 2 – Wednesday.
[Unit Of Inquiry]
Formative assessment was conducted.
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.
Kindly check the common blog for Hindi – Gujarati homework.
Have a good day! 🙂
While digital devices can provide endless educational content, unlimited screen time can be harmful. With this thought in mind, we aim to continue with our initiative of No Screen Day every Monday.
No one learns in the same way because of different learning styles and different abilities. Technology provides great opportunities for making learning more effective for everyone with different needs. It is important to acknowledge that students are interested and engaged in using technology and hence we integrate some forms of technology in the classrooms to make teaching and learning more effective. Afterall, student learning is paramount to us.
Keeping this in mind, we have amended the policy. In order to avoid any learning loss, the teachers will be allowed to use some or the other forms of technology during classroom instructions on No Screen Day as well. This will help us cater to the varied needs of the students. But, a very close check will be kept and it shall be used only where any loss of learning is foreseen.
In order to successfully implement the No Screen Day for our students we seek your support. We are sure that with your support, together we will be able to create a conducive learning environment that will have a perfect balance between health and technology and ensure that the students refrain from using the screen at home.
Thank you for the cooperation!