Homework for 19/3

Homework for 19/3

Dear Students,

  • Complete the assignments assigned by your mentors/teacher in charge.
  • Research and talk about your chosen topic at home, try to gather as much data as possible.
  • Organize your sheets and docs in the shared folder.
  • Brainstorm the ideas for presentation, ways of expression, and action.

Have a brilliant day ahead!

Keep Smiling.

Highlights of the week !!

Highlights of the week !!

[Highlight Of The Week] [Unit Of Inquiry]

Students were tuned into the new unit ‘Earth’.
The teacher disclosed the central idea.


Writing Process (Pre-writing, Drafting, Editing, Revising and Publishing) was taught in class with the help of I Do and We Do Model. The students copied the We Do model in their language notebooks.
Chapter 1 of the nine hats reader ‘Stuart little’ was read using a comprehension strategy.
Dictation was conducted.


Multiplication facts of 5 and 6 were taught.
Multiplication vocabulary was introduced that is (Multiplicand, Multiplier and Product.)
Commutative property of multiplication was explained.
Mixed word problems related to the concept of addition and subtraction were revised where students solved 2 – 3 problems independently.
Students solved calendar word problems.
Summative Assessment of number strand was conducted.


Write and learn the tables from 1-5

Dictation Words for coming Friday 22nd March :
1 quarter
2 minutes
3 hour
4 enormous
5 whiskers
6 absurd
7 because
8 assured
9 applauded
10 adventure
11 orchard
12 referee
13 quite
14 scared
15 quiet



Grade 2 Team ūüôā




Highlights of the Day – 19/03/19

Highlights of the Day – 19/03/19

Day 1,


Students practiced 3-digit by 1-digit division sums.


Chapter 24-‚ÄėA most exciting time‚Äô from the reader ‚ÄėThe Magic Faraway Tree‚Äô was read.


Solve the following sums and verify the answers.

a) 761 ÷ 3            b) 903 ÷ 2            c) 650 ÷ 5            d) 892 ÷ 6            e) 587 ÷ 7          f) 856 ÷ 3           g) 507 ÷ 2           h) 945 ÷ 5             i) 748 ÷ 6              j) 678 ÷ 7

Highlights and homework – Day 6 and Day 1 – March 18th and 19th

Highlights and homework – Day 6 and Day 1 – March 18th and 19th

UOI – Learners focused on the transdisciplinary theme and recollected the different units they learned in the PYP so far. Later, they focused on the theme ‘How we organise ourselves’ inquired about the aspect ‘economic activities and their impact on humankind and environment.’ Learners were also introduced to the research tool Big 6. As they will be leading the inquiry for the current unit using Big 6.

Language – Learners were provided feedback for the drafting done by them in the previous session. Later, they revised and edited their draft.

Math – Learners were introduced to addition and subtraction of mixed numbers. Later, they practised the same along with the conversion of mixed numbers to improper fractions and vice versa.


Task 1 – Choose anyone video to revisit the improper fractions. Video 1 or Video 2. (This HW is Optional)

Task 2 – Game 1 – Fractions to whole numbers

Task 3 – Practice through division – Conversion (Rough work to be shown in the Math book) (Attempt 3 sums)

Task 4 – Do as directed –

  1. ¬† ¬† 2¬† 1/2¬† ¬† –¬† ¬† 1¬† ¬†2/3
  2.     7   3/4   +   4   1/5

UOI: Find out what is economic activities and take notes in your UOI notebook.

Resource to use for research are image and video (watch video till 1.28)

Highlights and Homework of 19th March, 2019.

Highlights and Homework of 19th March, 2019.

Star of the day: Harshit, Pratham and Anush for being Reflective.


Language: Students brainstormed and drafted the poetry on a new topic of their choice.

UOI: Students were tuned in to the new unit ‘Economic Activities’ through the discussion on the products that they brought from home.


Math: Complete the worksheet.


Priti Patel

Homework for the day- 19th March 2019

Homework for the day- 19th March 2019

Dear students,

Being at school, we have come across word problems related to our real-life situations quite often. Through these problems, we have gone shopping, planned for a birthday party, baked dishes and what not. Now is the time to move a step ahead and visualize these problems through an interactive medium.

Visit this link and choose a character.

You will then be asked to choose a place to visit.

For today, visit ‘Sweet Treat cafe’ to help the manager.

Ensure that you follow his instructions and do as directed.

Answer the following questions in your Maths homework notebook:-

  1. Did you spot any commonalities/differences in this game as compared to all of the resources we have used till date? Pen it down in a Venn diagram.
  2. List down all the concepts you could revise through this game.
  3. Which of these concepts you think you mastered?
  4. Did you struggle with any of these concepts? If yes, list them down.
  5. Was there any key takeaway that will help you in real life?
Highlight and Homework – 19th March

Highlight and Homework – 19th March


Math : Students practiced conversion of mixed numbers into improper fractions and vise versa.

Language : Students started to write poetry following the writing process


Math : Click on the link and practice addition and subtraction of fractions



Language : Visit the link and complete the worksheet:

Language worksheet



Ekta Bathija

Recap of the day – 19/3/19

Recap of the day – 19/3/19

Math –¬†Learners selected their portfolio piece for term 2.

Students practiced conversion of mixed number into an improper fraction and vice-versa.

U O I РLearners discussed the  Keywords of the central idea and also made connections with the learner profile attributes, attitudes, skills, key concepts, and related concepts.

Language – Learners selected their portfolio piece for term 2.


Language – Complete the worksheet given to you, explicitly explained in the class.

Math –¬† Practice Mixed number and improper fraction using the links given below¬†

Visit the links and practice fractions:
1) https://www.mathgames.com/skill/4.54-patterns-of-equivalent-fractions
3) https://www.mathgames.com/skill/4.59-add-two-fractions
4) https://www.mathgames.com/skill/4.60-subtract-two-fractions

U O I –¬†Learners need to go to a¬† grocery or any other shop and find out from where they got these products.