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Grade 4 courage and freedom homework

Grade 4 courage and freedom homework

गृहकार्य – वर्ग में दिए रंगीन कागज पर अपना परिचय लिख कर उसमें  आए हुए विशेषण  शब्दों के नीचे  रेखा खीचे | ६ से ८ वाक्यों  में  लिखे  और आप अपना और परिवार का चित्र (फ़ोटोग्राफ़) लगा सकते हैं |

जैसे :

मेरा नाम रुचा हैं | मैं एक विद्यालय में पढ़ाती हूँ | मैं एक अच्छी चित्रकार हूँ |

 

Planning the events: Sr. KG Sparkle

Planning the events: Sr. KG Sparkle

TDT: How we organize ourselves

Central idea: Events involve planning, organizing and decision making.

 As part of the thinking tool ‘Super 3’ introduced in the class, the students have followed the first step ‘Plan’. They were given the opportunity to think and come up with their ideas and plan for the events of their choice. The students were eager to accept the responsibility and had worked cooperatively to plan for their events
which they would be executing this week.

IMG_2259 IMG_2260 IMG_2261 IMG_2262 IMG_2263  SDC10077 SDC10078 SDC10080 SDC10081

 

 

Regards,

Anupama

22/10/2013 Grade 9 Term 1 Assessment Time-Table

22/10/2013 Grade 9 Term 1 Assessment Time-Table

Instructions:

You would be coming to school by 9:00 am bus routes (regular time) and  leave by 2:00 pm bus routes as far as your Term One Assessments are concerned.

It is mandatory to read in the Junior library only after the completion of your  papers.

Date Time & Subject Venue for Serendipity Venue for Eureka Break Time & Subject Venue for Serendipity Venue for Eureka
23/10/13 9:00 to 10:30 – COS/EVM  MY Library

 

MY Library

 

30 mins 11:00 to 1:00 – Hindi MY Library MY Library
24/10/13 9:00 to 11:00 –  Eng Language Grade 8 Zest:

Roll no 1 to 9

 

Grade 8 Verve:

Roll no. 10 to 19

Grade 9 Serendipity

Roll no. 1 to 19

30 mins 11:30 to 1:00 – Enterprise(1.5 hrs) Grade 8 Zest:

Roll no 1 to 9

 

Grade 8 Verve:

Roll no. 10 to 19

Grade 9 Serendipity

Roll no. 1 to 19

25/10/13 9:00 to 11:00 –

Math

Grade 8 Zest:

Roll no 1 to 9

 

Grade 8 Verve:

Roll no. 10 to 19

Grade 9 Serendipity

Roll no. 1 to 19

30 mins 11:30 to 1:00

Eng Literature(1.5 hrs)

Grade 8 Zest:

Roll no 1 to 9

 

Grade 8 Verve:

Roll no. 10 to 19

Grade 9 Serendipity

Roll no. 1 to 19

26/10/13 9:00 to 10:15

GP (1.15hrs)
IS 9:00 to 11:00

(2hrs)

Grade 8 Zest:

Roll no 1 to 9

 

Grade 8 Verve:

Roll no. 10 to 19

Grade 9 Serendipity

Roll no. 1 to 19

GP – Break

10:15 to 11:30 (1:15)

 

IS – 11:00 to 11:30 – (30 mins)

11:30 to 1:30

A & D(2 hrs)

ICT(1hr)/

CS(2hrs)

 

Theory  paper :

Grade 8 Zest:

Roll no 1 to 9

 

Grade 8 Verve:

Roll no. 10 to 19

Theory Paper:

Grade 9 Serendipity

Roll no. 1 to 19

Note:

For Art and Design Practical Assessments,  students will move to Pulse after completing their theory paper.

For CS/ICT Practical Assessments, students will move to New ICT Lab and Old ICT Lab as per instructions of the teacher in charge.

Your roll numbers are according to alphabetical order.

 

Grade 5 Reciprocity ( Highlights and Homework, 22/10/13)

Grade 5 Reciprocity ( Highlights and Homework, 22/10/13)

UOI -: Students attempted the summative task of the unit ” Materials undergo changes to meet human needs”. The summative task was done in workstation mode wherein students have to attempt the task written on the task card. Enthusiasm and curiosity could be seen among the  students after seeing the class set-up for this task.

Here are the glimpses -:

Language -: Students did the activity of book review. In this, students were provided with some prompt questions so as to review any book read by them critically.

Homework -:

UOI -: Write the procedure of making paper using the steps of procedural writing in the notebook.

Math -: Take a recipe of your choice. Frame few questions based on the fraction concept learnt so far for this recipe. Do this activity in the math notebook.

Language -: Complete the activity of the book review.

 

Grade3 Inspire Highlights and Homework – 22nd Oct’13

Grade3 Inspire Highlights and Homework – 22nd Oct’13

Circle time- Students played ‘Chinese whisper’.
UOI- Students presented their research on the muscular system.
Learning outcome-  Enhancing communication and social skills with presentation and abundant of peer learning.
Language- Students framed the questions from the poem ‘Hot air balloon’ from “Empowering English’.
Learning outcome- To enhance their questioning skills.
Highlights and homework for the day | 22 Oct ’13

Highlights and homework for the day | 22 Oct ’13

UOI: Students reflected on their business fair learning and presented their business plan.

Math: Students worked on step 1 of Summative Assessment.

Language: Sequencing  was introduced to them through a story.

Homework:

UOI: Complete the color-coded reflection sheet.

Language: Complete the sequence snake ws using the keywords you jotted during the read aloud of the book “Bringing the rain to Kapiti plain”.

Math:  [Due date 24 Oct]

  • Each group has been given some questions to work on. Find out the answers using books or Internet. Use “Figure it Out” as an important resource.
  • Start working on step 2 i.e. data collection.
  • If you want my feedback on your survey, experiment  or observation design you can get it reviewed by me tomorrow.
  • Use Google Drive to collaborate your study- subtopics, purpose, data collection methods, creating questionnaire, designing of experiment or observation. Remember that you may have divided your work but ultimately it’s one project. And hence it is important to know if all are working  inline with the main purpose. Google Drive will be helpful in ensuring this.
  • Following steps should  be completed by tomorrow end of the day. So plan accordingly.

Step 1: Make data collection plan

  • Choose one of the above topics.
  • Identify what will they research on in the realm of chosen topic.
  • Select appropriate method of data collection and design the plan for survey, observation and/or experiment.
  • Identify an audience for your results.

Step 2: Collect the data

  • Conduct your survey, observation and/or experiment.
  • Define scope for secondary research and collect relevant data from Internet or books.
  • Record the results
  • Collect responses from atleast 30 random people in the population you chose.
  • Record your results in a frequency table.