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Day: March 21, 2014

Grade 1 Amity: Language activity

Grade 1 Amity: Language activity

Grammar for 15 minutes is done regularly in the class.

In which we cover various things such as:

1) Chant aloud:

For eg:

I forget/need

He forgets/needs

She forgets/needs

They forget/need

We forget/need…

2) Punctuate the following sentence:

Every day 1 sentence is written on the board and learners are asked to punctuate it.

3) Learners are asked to find noun, preposition and articles from any given sentence

For eg:- The cow jumped over the moon.

By doing grammar daily for 15 minutes, students receive thorough knowledge about what is taught and remember it well.

One of the sessions was conducted by Sanjana M’am.

Here are a few glimpses:

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Regards

Priyanka Chhabra

 

 

Grade 1 Joy: Important Note

Grade 1 Joy: Important Note

Dear Parents,

Please note that from now onwards we will not be posting ‘reflection of the day’ on the school blog. Students have already started reflecting on their daily tasks done in class and they will be writing the same in their reflection journal  with the learning outcome, which you must have seen in their book. We will continue with ‘reflection of the day’ in the notebook only, rather than posting it on the blog. You can check the blog for other activities done in the class.

If you have any doubts related to the curriculum, you can either email or write in the communication diary.

We request you to kindly check the reflection book regularly and sign it for confirmation.

Regards,

Bhumika 🙂

Hindi Homework for Grade 4 Tenacity & Mettle / Responsibility & Fortitude

Hindi Homework for Grade 4 Tenacity & Mettle / Responsibility & Fortitude

गृहकार्य 

‘ज्ञान सागर’ पुस्तक में से नीचे दिए गए प्रश्नों के उत्तर अपनी नोटबुक में लिखो |

१. ‘दो हंस एक कछुआ‘ कहानी में यदि कछुए ने मुँह नही खोला होता तो, कहानी का अंत क्या होता ? अपने शब्दों में ३ से ४ वाक्य में लिखो |

२. ‘बचपन की चोरी’ कहानी में गाँधीजी की जगह आप कोई चोरी करते तो अपने पिता को कैसे कहते ? और अपने लिए क्या सज़ा माँगते ? अपने शब्दों में ३ से ४ वाक्य में लिखो |

International Mathematics (0607) _ Trigonometry_H.W. (21st March,2014)

International Mathematics (0607) _ Trigonometry_H.W. (21st March,2014)

Submission Date : 24th March,2014

Solve the following word problems. Provide diagram for each question. 

 
1. From the top of a vertical cliff 40 m high, the angle of depression of an object that is level with the base of the cliff is 34º.  How far is the object from the base of the cliff?
 
2. A ladder 6 m long reaches 4.5 m up a vertical wall. Find the angle between the ladder and the horizontal ?
 
3. A tree of height 30 ft casts a shadow which is 36 ft long. What is the angle of elevation of the sun?
 
4. An object is situated 25 m from the foot of a mast of height 32 m. What is the angle of depression of the object from the top of the mast?
 
5. Michael, whose eyes are six feet off the ground, is standing 36 feet away from the base of a building, and he looks up at a 50° angle of elevation to a point on the edge of building’s roof. To the nearest foot, how tall is the building? 

6. A pilot is traveling at a height of 35,000 feet above level ground. According to her GPS, she is 40 miles away from the airport runway, as measured along the ground. At what angle of depression will she need to look down to spot the runway ahead?
 
7. Tammi Jo, whose eyes are five feet off the ground, is standing 50 feet away from the base of a building, and she looks up at a 73° angle of elevation to a point on the edge of  building’s roof. To the nearest foot, how tall is the building? 
 
8. A pilot is traveling at a height of 30,000 feet above level ground. She looks down at an angle of depression of 6° and spots the runway. As measured along the ground, how many miles away is she from the runway? Round to the nearest tenth of a mile. 
 
9. A ship is on the surface of the water, and its radar detects a submarine at a distance of 238 feet, at an angle of depression of 23°. How deep underwater is the submarine?
 
10. The sun is at an angle of elevation of 58°. A tree casts a shadow 20 meters long on the ground. How tall is the tree? 
 
11. Two observers on the ground are looking up at the top of the same tree from two different points on the horizontal ground. The first observer, who is 83 feet away from the base of the tree, looks up at an angle of elevation of 58°. The second observer is standing only 46 feet from the base of the tree. (Note: you may ignore the heights of the observers and assume their measurements are made directly from the ground.) 
 
a) How tall is the tree, to the nearest foot? 
b) At what angle of elevation must the second observer look up to see the top of the tree?
 
12. A lighthouse built at sea level is 150 feet high. From its top, the angle of depression of a buoy is 25°. Find the distance from the buoy to the foot of the lighthouse. 
 
13. A person starts out 17 miles from the base of a tall mountain, and looks up at a 4° angle of elevation to the top of the mountain. When they move 12 miles closer to the base of the mountain, what will be their angle of elevation when they look to the top? Answer to the nearest degree. 
 
14. A pilot maintains an altitude of 25,000 feet over level ground. The pilot observes a crater on the ground at an angle of depression of 5°. If the plane continues for 16 more miles, what will be the angle of depression to the crater? Answer to the nearest degree. 
 
15. An observer on the ground looks up to the top of a building at an angle of elevation of 30°. After moving 50 feet closer, the angle of elevation is now 40°.
a) Set up an equation representing the situation from the first vantage point. Your equation will incorporate the 30° angle, x, y, and the 50 feet. 
 
b) Set up an equation representing the situation from the second vantage point. Your equation will incorporate the 40°, x, and y. 
 
c) You now have two equations in two variables. Solve them simultaneously to determine the value of x, the distance from the second vantage point to the base of the building. 
 
d) Solve for y, the height of the building.
 
16. Two observers (located at points A and B in the diagram) are watching a climber on the opposite face of a chasm. The chasm is 81 feet wide. When observer A looks down to the bottom of the opposite wall of the chasm, he must look down at an angle of depression of 51°. However, observer A sees the climber at an angle of depression of 20°. Observer B will see the climber at what angle of elevation? 
 
17. In a parking garage, each level is 20 feet apart. Each ramp to a level is 130 feet long. Find the measure of elevation for each ramp.
 
18. A plane rose from take-off and flew at an angle of 11° with the ground. When it reached an altitude of 500 feet, what was the horizontal distance the plane had flown?
 
19. As viewed from a cliff 360 m above sea level, the angle of depression of a ship is 28°. How far is the ship from the shore? 
 
20. A sonar operator on a cruiser detects a submarine at a distance of 500 m and an angle of depression of 37°. How deep is the submarine? 
 
21. A mountain has a base and peak that are inaccessible. At point A, the angle of elevation of the peak is 30°. One kilometer closer to the mountain, at point C, the angle of elevation of 35°. Find the height PB of the mountain. 
 
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22. Before Apollo 11 descended to the surface of the moon, it made one orbit at a distance of 3 miles above the surface of the moon. At one point in its orbit, the on board guidance system measured the angles of depression to the near and far sides of a huge crater. The angles measured 25° to the near side of the crater, and 18° to the far side of the crater. Find the distance across the crater.
 
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23. An observer on a cliff 1000 yards above sea level sights two ships due east. The angles of depression of the ships are 47° and 32°. Find the distance between the two ships.
 
24. From the top of a 120-foot-high tower, an air traffic controller observes an airplane on the runway at an angle of depression of 19 degrees. How far from the base of the tower is the airplane? 
 
25. The angle of depression from the top of a sheer cliff to point A on the ground is 35 degrees. If point A is 280 feet from the base of the cliff, how tall is the cliff? 
Regards,
Krishna Shethji.
 
 
 
Recap of the day 21/03/14

Recap of the day 21/03/14

Language

1)Wrote meanings of words of the week

2) Q 8,9,10 from test paper

3) Completed remaining pages of reader.

4)Introduced Tense

[Unit Of Inquiry] 1) Watched video on TDT – Sharing the planet .

2) Discussion on TDT and video

Homework

Language

1) Learn words of the week and make sentences using the same words

2) Pages from workbook of reader

Math

Solve the given worksheet.

 

Recap of the day – 21/3/2014

Recap of the day – 21/3/2014

Language

(1) Learners read pages from the reader.

(2) Introduced verb tenses – Few sentences from the reader were written on the board. Learners were asked to explain the meaning of those sentences. Thus, they themselves came up with the terms – Past Tense, Future Tense and Present Tense. They also wrote the definition  of verb tenses in the language notebook.

Math

Learners revised situational clock reading.

Homework

Math

Worksheet on grouping and subtraction facts.

Recap of the day 21-03-2014

Recap of the day 21-03-2014

U.O.I.: Learners reflected on the videos shown yesterday through bus stop activity and answered few questions like “How we/humans affect animals or their habitat?, Why do we need to conserve the animals?, How are\humans related to animals?, Why do you think the animals shown in the videos are extinct?, What were the videos all about and why do you we are watching these videos?”

Homework: Language worksheet is given as homework.

Single Subject: P.S., Hindi and P.Y.P.Arts.