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Day: September 19, 2013

‘Highlights of Jr KG Red from 2nd to 18th September’

‘Highlights of Jr KG Red from 2nd to 18th September’

Circle Time:  

Rhymes: Introduction of new rhymes: “Oh the cuckoo”, “Miss Molly had a dolly”, ”Here we go round the mulberry bush”, and “Be proactive” and revision of other rhymes covered till date.

Morning Talk:

Discussion on what learners did during the weekend?

UOI 1:

“Stories can engage the audience and communicate meaning”

Through an activity, learners were taught about how stories are created and shared.

Activity: The learners were divided in 4 groups and were made to watch a video without sound. The teacher gave prior instruction like: Group 1 will discuss about the character of the story, Group2:  beginning, middle and the end, Group 3:place and time and Group 4:title.

UOI 2:

 ‘We find different materials in the surrounding and they behave differently.’

Learning engagement: Learners were explained the connection between the Central Idea and TDT (Transdisciplinary theme).

  Language:

  • Word of the week: ’Principle’ (‘I act honestly and with a strong sense of fairness , justice and respect for the dignity of an individual, groups and communities )Risk taker ( you are brave and approach unfamiliar situation with courage) and revision of other words covered till date.
  • Drill: – What is your father’s name? , What is your mother’s name?  revision of other drills covered till date.
  • Morning message: – “There are seven days in a week.”Revision of other messages covered till date.

Revision of letters “Aa to Ii”

Introduction of the letter “Jj and Kk” along with the sound and its associations, through different play way methods like sorting, colouring, associating etc.

(J: Jug, Jar, Joker, Jelly, Jam, Jacket, Juice, Juggler, Jellyfish, Junk food, Jigsaw, Jeep, Jump etc.

K: Key, Kite, Kettle, Keyboard, Knee, Kiwi, Kayak, King, Koala, Kitten, Kangaroo, Kitchen, Ketchup, Kitkat etc.)

Introduction of sight words: I, me, he, she, in, it.

  • Read Aloud was done

 

Math:

Learning engagement:

  • Revision of forward /backward counting and after numbers from 1 to 9.
  • Introduction of more and less through stories ( animal stories, fruit seller stories) and hoola hoop activity .
  • Revision of pre math concepts (tall, short , fat, thin ,thick, thin , hard, soft)
  • Introduction of subitizing till number 6 using different manipulative (estimate the shown quantity)
  • Introduction of number “10″ using abacus.

FMS (Fine Motor Skills):

  • Rolling pins with clay
  • Lacing board
  • Clay pinching
  •  Tracing of alphabets in corn flour

Free Play:

  • Link up blocks
  • Wooden blocks
  •  Construction blocks

Homework:

Language:  worksheets.

Math: worksheets.

Regards,

Nisha

 

 

EVM Syllabus for First Term Examination for Grade 9

EVM Syllabus for First Term Examination for Grade 9

The  EVM syllabus for Grade 9 for the first term assessment is as follows:

Unit 3.1 The Atmosphere: structure, composition and energy source
Unit 3.2 Atmospheric Pollution: causes, effects and strategies
Unit 3.3 Measuring the weather
Unit 3.4 World climates and their effects on human activity

The question paper (total 50 marks) will comprise of objective type questions (15 marks) and subjective type questions (35 marks) and it will be of duration 1 hour 30 minutes.

Chetan Mehta

 

Highlights of the week (Jr.KG White)

Highlights of the week (Jr.KG White)

Circle Time:  

Rhymes: Introduction of new rhymes: “Oh the cuckoo”, “Miss Molly had a dolly”, ”Here we go round the mulberry bush”, and “Be proactive” and revision of other rhymes covered till date.

Morning Talk:

Discussion on what learners did during the weekend?

UOI 1:

“Stories can engage the audience and communicate meaning”

Through an activity, learners were taught about how stories are created and shared.

Activity: The learners were divided in 4 groups and were made to watch a video without sound. The teacher gave prior instruction like: Group 1 will discuss about the character of the story, Group2:  beginning, middle and the end, Group 3:place and time and Group 4:title.

UOI 2:

 ‘We find different materials in the surrounding and they behave differently.’

Learning engagement: Learners were explained the connection between the Central Idea and TDT (Transdisciplinary theme).

  Language:

  • Word of the week: ’Principle’ (‘I act honestly and with a strong sense of fairness , justice and respect for the dignity of an individual, groups and communities )Risk taker ( you are brave and approach unfamiliar situation with courage) and revision of other words covered till date.
  • Drill: – What is your father’s name? , What is your mother’s name?  revision of other drills covered till date.
  • Morning message: – “There are seven days in a week.”Revision of other messages covered till date.

Revision of letters “Aa to Ii”

Introduction of the letter “Jj and Kk” along with the sound and its associations, through different play way methods like sorting, colouring, associating etc.

(J: Jug, Jar, Joker, Jelly, Jam, Jacket, Juice, Juggler, Jellyfish, Junk food, Jigsaw, Jeep, Jump etc.

K: Key, Kite, Kettle, Keyboard, Knee, Kiwi, Kayak, King, Koala, Kitten, Kangaroo, Kitchen, Ketchup, Kitkat etc.)

Introduction of sight words: I, me, he, she, in, it.

  • Read Aloud:

Many stories were read aloud to engage the students and to evoke their interest in reading books. The stories that were read aloud in the class were:

  1. Goldilocks and the sever dwarfs

  2. Snow white
  3. Pinocchio
  4. Talkative tortoise
  5. The fox story

 

Math:

Learning engagement:

  • Revision of forward /backward counting and after numbers from 1 to 9.
  • Introduction of more and less through stories ( animal stories, fruit seller stories) and hoola hoop activity .
  • Revision of pre math concepts (tall, short , fat, thin ,thick, thin , hard, soft)
  • Introduction of subitizing till number 6 using different manipulative (estimate the shown quantity)
  • Introduction of number “10″ using abacus.

FMS (Fine Motor Skills):

  • Rolling pins with clay
  • Lacing board
  • Clay pinching
  •  Tracing of alphabets in corn flour

Free Play:

  • Link up blocks
  • Wooden blocks
  •  Construction blocks

Homework:

Language:  worksheets.

Math: worksheets.

Regards

Jigna Chevli

Highlights and H.W. of 19 Sep.

Highlights and H.W. of 19 Sep.

Lang:

Learners did Adjectives in the classroom and different types of adjectives was discussed.

Math:

Practice of word problems.

UOI:

Learners did a tuning in activity of the new unit which they reflected well with their different perspective.

Homework:

Math task slip to be done.

Note: Learners appeared for the Olympiad.

Highlights of Jr KG Indigo from 2nd to 18th September

Highlights of Jr KG Indigo from 2nd to 18th September

 

Circle Time:  

Rhymes: Introduction of new rhymes: “Oh the cuckoo”, “Miss Molly had a dolly”, ”Here we go round the mulberry bush”, and “Be proactive” and revision of other rhymes covered till date.

Morning Talk:

Discussion on what learners did during the weekend?

UOI 1:

“Stories can engage the audience and communicate meaning”

Through an activity, learners were taught about how stories are created and shared.

Activity: The learners were divided in 4 groups and were made to watch a video without sound. The teacher gave prior instruction like: Group 1 will discuss about the character of the story, Group2:  beginning, middle and the end, Group 3:place and time and Group 4:title.

UOI 2:

 ‘We find different materials in the surrounding and they behave differently.’

Learning engagement: Learners were explained the connection between the Central Idea and TDT (Transdisciplinary theme).

  Language:

  • Word of the week: ’Principle’ (‘I act honestly and with a strong sense of fairness , justice and respect for the dignity of an individual, groups and communities )Risk taker ( you are brave and approach unfamiliar situation with courage) and revision of other words covered till date.
  • Drill: – What is your father’s name? , What is your mother’s name?  revision of other drills covered till date.
  • Morning message: – “There are seven days in a week.”Revision of other messages covered till date.

Revision of letters “Aa to Ii”

Introduction of the letter “Jj and Kk” along with the sound and its associations, through different play way methods like sorting, colouring, associating etc.

(J: Jug, Jar, Joker, Jelly, Jam, Jacket, Juice, Juggler, Jellyfish, Junk food, Jigsaw, Jeep, Jump etc.

K: Key, Kite, Kettle, Keyboard, Knee, Kiwi, Kayak, King, Koala, Kitten, Kangaroo, Kitchen, Ketchup, Kitkat etc.)

Introduction of sight words: I, me, he, she, in, it.

  • Read Aloud:

Many stories were read aloud to engage the students and to evoke their interest in reading books. The stories that were read aloud in the class were:

  1. 1. Little Red Riding hood-Charles Perrault

    2. Tiger on the tree- Anushka Ravishankar

    3. I love you little one-Nancy Tafuri

    4. Five ugly monsters jumping on the bed-Tedd Arnold

    5. Rumplestilskin-Vera Southgate

 

Math:

Learning engagement:

  • Revision of forward /backward counting and after numbers from 1 to 9.
  • Introduction of more and less through stories ( animal stories, fruit seller stories) and hoola hoop activity .
  • Revision of pre math concepts (tall, short , fat, thin ,thick, thin , hard, soft)
  • Introduction of subitizing till number 6 using different manipulative (estimate the shown quantity)
  • Introduction of number “10″ using abacus.

FMS (Fine Motor Skills):

  • Rolling pins with clay
  • Lacing board
  • Clay pinching
  •  Tracing of alphabets in corn flour

Free Play:

  • Link up blocks
  • Wooden blocks
  •  Construction blocks

Homework:

Language:  worksheets.

Math: worksheets.

Regards

Zenab Alika

Highlights and homework for the day | 19 Sep

Highlights and homework for the day | 19 Sep

Math:

We introduced measures of central tendency through a worksheet that used heights of students in Evolve class as data set for the calculation of mean, median, mode and range.

Language: 

We discussed the answers from A fable of fortune that were given as hw.

UOI:

We unraveled the central idea, TDT and concepts. Later we watched a video about Amul and its founding member Dr. Verghese Kurien.

Homework:

Math: Practice mean and average from Blendspace->Mangahigh Ex 20.

Language: Write the answers to the following questions 3, 7, 9 and 10 in your language NB.

UOI: Identify the milestones in Dr.Verghese Kurien’s life and note them down in your UOI notebook. [Reference doc: Dr Kurien]

Highlights of last two weeks from 2nd Sept to 18th Sept’2013

Highlights of last two weeks from 2nd Sept to 18th Sept’2013

Dear Parent,

Please find mentioned below recap of last two weeks:

Circle Time:  

Rhymes: Introduction of new rhymes: “Oh the cuckoo”, “Miss Molly had a dolly”, ”Here we go round the mulberry bush”, and “Be proactive” and revision of other rhymes covered till date.

Morning Talk:

Discussion on what learners did during the weekend?

UOI 1:

“Stories can engage the audience and communicate meaning”

Through an activity, learners were taught about how stories are created and shared.

Activity: The learners were divided in 4 groups and were made to watch a video without sound. The teacher gave prior instruction like: Group 1 will discuss about the character of the story, Group2:  beginning, middle and the end, Group 3:place and time and Group 4:title.

UOI 2:

 ‘We find different materials in the surrounding and they behave differently.’

Learning engagement: Learners were explained the connection between the Central Idea and TDT (Transdisciplinary theme).

  Language:

  • Word of the week: ’Principle’ (‘I act honestly and with a strong sense of fairness , justice and respect for the dignity of an individual, groups and communities )Risk taker ( you are brave and approach unfamiliar situation with courage) and revision of other words covered till date.
  • Drill: – What is your father’s name? , What is your mother’s name?  revision of other drills covered till date.
  • Morning message: – “There are seven days in a week.”Revision of other messages covered till date.

Revision of letters “Aa to Ii”

Introduction of the letter “Jj and Kk” along with the sound and its associations, through different play way methods like sorting, colouring, associating etc.

(J: Jug, Jar, Joker, Jelly, Jam, Jacket, Juice, Juggler, Jellyfish, Junk food, Jigsaw, Jeep, Jump etc.

K: Key, Kite, Kettle, Keyboard, Knee, Kiwi, Kayak, King, Koala, Kitten, Kangaroo, Kitchen, Ketchup, Kitkat etc.)

Introduction of sight words: I, me, he, she, in, it.

 

  • Read Aloud:

Many stories were read aloud to engage the students and to evoke their interest in reading books.

Math:

Learning engagement:

  • Revision of forward /backward counting and after numbers from 1 to 9.
  • Introduction of more and less through stories ( animal stories, fruit seller stories) and hoola hoop activity .
  • Revision of pre math concepts (tall, short , fat, thin ,thick, thin , hard, soft)
  • Introduction of subitizing  till number 6 using different manipulatives (estimate the shown quantity)
  • Introduction of number “10” using abacus.

FMS (Fine Motor Skills):

  • Rolling pins with clay
  • Lacing board
  • Clay pinching
  •  Tracing of alphabets in corn flour

Free Play:

  • Link up blocks
  • Wooden blocks
  •  Construction blocks

 

Homework: 

Language:  worksheets.

Math: worksheets.

Regards,

Ruchita


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