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Gr10 International Mathematics – Probability – H.W. (31st July,2015)

Gr10 International Mathematics – Probability – H.W. (31st July,2015)

Subject – International Mathematics

Chapter – Probability

Type of homework – Non-research based

Details of homework –

(i) Complete and submit the worksheet of contingency table (two way table).

(ii) Exercise 13.1 and 13.2 from the worksheet given today in class from new textbook.

Duration – 60-80 minutes

Submission Date – 31st July,2015

Regards,

Krishna

Highlights of the week 27th-31st July

Highlights of the week 27th-31st July

Circle Time:

Word of the week:- “independent”

Structured drill:- What is your father’s name? My father’s name is………….

Wiggle:-

Revision of:-

Read Alouds:-

  • 1- Go dog go by Pd Eastman
  • 2- My ‘d’  book by Jane Belk Moncure
  • 3- Dragon in a wagon by Jane Belk Moncure.
  • 4- My Dad Is Fantastic!
  • 5- My Mum Is Fantastic by Nick Butterworth

Introduction of rhyme:

Mummy na bhai te Mama kevay,

Pappa na bhai te Kaka kevay;

Mama ni vau te Mami kevay,

Ne Kaka ni vau te Kaki kevay.

Mummy ni ben te Maasi kevay,

Pappa ni ben te Faiba kevay;

Masi na var te Maasa kevay,

Ne Faiba na var te Fuva kevay.

Mummy na ma te Nani kevay,

Pappa na ma te Daadi kevay;

Mummy na bapu te Naana kevay,

Ne Pappa na bapu te Daada kevay.

Ane Aa sav madi jai toh ek pariwar kevay.

Revision Of Rhymes:

Up and down & Morning has come!, this is the father,open them shut them, pitter patter, row row row your boat

 

Language:-

Introduction of letter “d” through “digging the dirt” activity

ACTION RHYME FOR LETTER D:

Dinosaur, dinosaur, turn around

Dinosaur, dinosaur, touch the ground

Dinosaur, dinosaur, reach up high

Dinosaur, dinosaur, wink one eye

Dinosaur, dinosaur, touch your nose

Dinosaur, dinosaur, touch your toes

Dinosaur, dinosaur, slap your knees

Dinosaur, dinosaur, sit down please (teddy bear tune)

RHYME FOR LETTER D:

Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John

Went to bed with his trousers on,

One shoe off, and one shoe on;

Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John.

Guided Play:- Detective: Case ‘d’ (Group activity)

The teacher hid all the ‘d’ flash cards in different places.Then learners were divided into 5 groups of 4 children each and then were told to search for the flash cards. After that they gave a word starting with letter ‘d’. (One group at a time)

The group who found the maximum flash cards and gave the maximum words for letter ‘d’ won and they were awarded.

Homework:– Worksheets

 

Math:-

  • Introduction of number “2”
  • Estimation of numbers from 1 to 9 was done through fingers , dominoes and dominoes on ten frame.
  • Revision of concept sorting of colour, shape, size

Guided Play:-

Learners were given playing card and had to match the same quantity of the cards

 

UOI:- Who we are

Central Idea  :Our relationships with family and friends can have an impact on our wellbeing.

  • Role play was done  by the  teachers on all the three types of families and they showcased different roles and responsibilities of each members of the family and also emphasised on the words such as “dependent”, “independent” ,and “interdependent” in the family.
  • Picnic:- Learners had gone was picnic to a farmhouse, there they shared their toys, played and enjoyed with friends. They learnt the importance of friends in our life.

UOI:- How we express ourselves

Central Idea: Stories are told in varieties of ways for different purposes.

 

  • Gallery walk:- Learners were taken for a gallery walk, there were different manipulatives related to stories like puppets,sequencing boards, flash cards,face masks and books.
  • Introduction of mediums:-Teacher did the read aloud of the story “Fish Friends Three” using different mediums such as stick puppets, book, video, hand puppets.

Important Notes:-

  • Kindly make your child do the language worksheet only with crayons(and not with a pencil).

 

  • If your child reflects anything at home, kindly inform the HRT through daily diary (nucleus).

Have a nice weekend!

Regards,

Jr KG Team

Grade 7_All Sections_Language_Highlights of the week_Home Work_31st July 2015

Grade 7_All Sections_Language_Highlights of the week_Home Work_31st July 2015

Dear Parents,

Sharing with you highlights of the week -:

Literature -: This week, we shared the results of the first unit test with the students. Results were satisfactory and scope of improvement is noted for all the students which will be worked upon.

For more detailed understanding of the short story “The landlady – Roald Dahl”, students had attempted the questions based on Bloom’s Taxonomy levels (Remembering, Understanding and Applying) as the weekend homework. The answers of these questions were discussed in the class. For more detailed understanding of this story, students were given a task where they had to create a diorama/sketch/storyboard for the section of the story assigned to their group. Students worked collaboratively and enthusiastically in their groups for the accomplishment of this task.

Language –: Students attempted the exercises based on the formation of comparative and superlative adjectives, use of apostrophes and punctuation of dialogue from Unit -12 of the checkpoint workbook. This unit will be continued in the next cycle as well.

Book-Club Slot -: The reading of the selected book and few presentations by the students on the book read by them continued in this slot. We encouraged the students to be punctual with their presentation on the books they read.

Homework -:

Refer to the worksheet (Bloom’s Taxonomy Questions) shared with you all. Complete the question (any one) from the Analysing, Evaluating and Creating level. Prepare the first draft of the answers in your rough notebook. Homework to be submitted by 6th Aug 2015.

Regards,

Language Team.

Note for language home work

Note for language home work

Dear Parents,

The aural link given in this week’s highlights, as homework, is some how not working. Hence we are sending another link for aural :-  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iQf2evMZQw   (Tucket the Bucket)

Sorry for the inconvenience caused.

Regards,

Sr.KG Team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Grade 9_Fortuity_International Mathematics(extended)_Highlights of the week

Grade 9_Fortuity_International Mathematics(extended)_Highlights of the week

Here is what we did in this week:

1. We had taken a unit test on set theory. The papers of the same have been given to the students.
2. We continued with learning Surds.
3. All the concepts of surds are taught to the students, they are required to practice.
4. For practice, students have been shared with a blendspace on surds which has number of varied questions.
5. We also started a new unit called “Direct and Inverse Variation” which was introduced using an activity. Students were given two quantities and asked to find a relation between them. Students were able to identify direct proportion and inverse proportion through the activity.
Thanks and Regards,
Grade 9 Math team.
Grade 7_Insight_Math_H.W_31st July 2015

Grade 7_Insight_Math_H.W_31st July 2015

Dear Math learners,

Following is the Homework…

Topic: Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Type of H.W: Checkpoint Exercise and Booklet Worksheet

Duration of H.W:    Maximum 140 minutes

 

Details of H.W:

1) Complete Q.3 of Exercise 15.3 A (Page 138) from Math Checkpoint 2.

2) Complete Exercise 15.3 B Q.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ,8 and Q.9 (Page 140) from Math Checkpoint 2.

Note: (For word problems, you don’t have to copy down the question and you have to write statements in the answer of word problems)

3) Complete Page 5, 6, 8, 11, and 13 from Fraction, Decimals and Percentages Booklet Worksheet.(Show all steps, if you think the space is less and you required more then you can do it in your math notebook)

Submission Date:    03/08/2015    (Day 5)

Regards

Karan Chevli