TDT- Where we are in place and time.
Central Idea- Learning about previous generations helps people understand the relationship between the past and the present.
Learners were taken for the gallery walk where they observed pictures of different things used in the past and things used in present like Ã¢â‚¬â€œ phones, vessels, televisions, games, transportation etc. After this, learners shared what they knew about these things. Few of them could share that some things they saw were used in past Ã‚Â i.e.” pehle aisi cheeze use hoti thi ya purani hai” and some things are used by their parents as well as by themselves.
The little stars of JR KG orange enjoyed their free play in the sandpit , by building castles Ã‚Â , cooperating and communicating with each other , thereby enhancing their communication and social skills. Sharing few snapshots of the same:-
This week we studied a new topic Permutations and Combinations.
An arrangement of things/objects where order is important is called a permutation. An arrangement where order is not important is called combination.
The following subtopics were covered and exercises for the same were solved in class including the discussion on its applications :
- Factorial and its notation
- Introduction to permutation and its notation
- Introduction to combinations and its notation
- Use of formula method and GDC to solve questions on Ã‚Â permutation and combinations
Today students also appeared for the unit test on Sequences and series. Marks of unit test taken Ã‚Â will be shared with students and parents next week.
This week we started with Sets and the learning objectives were:
1. Define set, identify the elements of a given set.
2.Ã‚Â Identify basic set notation which indicates whether an object is, or is not an element of a set.
3.Ã‚Â Determine if a set is empty (null),list a set as null using proper notation.
4.Ã‚Â Describe the meaning of equal sets.
5.Ã‚Â Define Venn diagram, intersection, union, andÃ‚Â complement, recognize that a Venn diagram is a visual representation of a set, describe the procedure for drawing and labeling a Venn diagram to represent a set and the elements it contains.
6.Ã‚Â Define subset, proper subset, and equivalent sets.
7.Ã‚Â Define Universal set, describe the procedure for drawing and labeling a Venn diagram to represent the Universal set.
This week we started with Place value, Ordering and Rounding
So students were able to:
1.Ã‚Â understand and use decimal notation and place value; multiply and divide integers and decimals by 10, 100, 1000, and explain the effect.
2. round a decimal number to a given place value.
3. round the numbers based on significant digit.
4. make and justify estimates and approximations of calculations.
5. estimate calculations by rounding to a given number of significant figures.
And finally they could come up with many real life applications where we use.
[H.W to be done]: Exercise 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D.
: 80 Minutes
[Date of submission]: 6th July 2015( Day-5)