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Day: July 16, 2015

Highlight and Homework.

Highlight and Homework.

Day-5, Thursday.

UOI : 

Students  reflected their learning and understanding about the organization (Field trip to Anand Dham-Old age home ) on a Y – chart which includes following question :

*Purpose of the organization.

*Why people join organization?

*Strategies for problem solving within an organization.

Lang : Learners complete all the tasks of Empowering English – ” The dinosaur who had no friends.”

Math :

Learners revised Pictograph concept. Learners with the teacher collected the data as how many girls and boys are in the class. Also finalized the key will be 5 and made the pictograph for the same. Later, they also collected the data for the various PS sports on A-4 size colour paper.

Homework –

Language – Learn the spellings for dictation tomorrow. Innovate/Ideate/Illuminate/Initiate/support/know/reflect/need/create/problem.Imbue/Imagine/Inspire/Co-operation/Organize/Illustrate/Hundred/Synergize/Responsibility.

Math – Learner have to prepare a pictograph for the data that the have collected in the classroom i.e number of students opted for basketball, football, yoga, athletics, skating and karate.

 

Highlights of the Day 5 (16th July)

Highlights of the Day 5 (16th July)

Thought of the day – An apple a day keeps the doctor away

UOI:

Integration with math:

Learning Engagement: The teacher revised the strand Data handling & the concept of “Venn diagram”. The students were given an A3 sheet wherein they had to reflect in a pair on their understanding of similarities & differences, about their physical characteristics, emotional characteristics as well as abilities and interests.

The students revised the physical characteristic and they learned to recognize the scientific names of the body parts . The teacher also discussed how to take care of the body parts.

Learning Outcome: To help students collect and represent data

Language :

Learning Engagement: The teacher shared her small moments (THINK ALOUD) with the students using a graphic organizer. (Teacher modelling).

Learning Outcome: To help students make connections to their own experience when listening to or reading texts.

Math:

Learning Engagement :Each student took a fistful of pulses in his/her hand and poured them out on the table. The student then estimated the number of pulses and wrote it down. He/She then counted them by making them into groups of ten.

Learning Outcome:To help students subitize.

Language Development:

Learning Engagement: The learners were given practice on punctuating the sentence(full stop and capital letter) and proper nouns were revised.

Learning Outcome: To help students understand punctuation and proper nouns.

Regards,

Vaishali Patel

HRT G1 Harmony

Highlights and Homework of 16th July, 2015.

Highlights and Homework of 16th July, 2015.

Language : Watched this video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9KX4BClooc

and deciphered the meaning of the song. Also had an activity where groups of 4 students were formed. The were asked to illustrate the beauty they see in nature and compare it with any man-made object. They also wrote in one line how the natural objects and the man-made objects are catering to their well-being.

Math :  Practice on fractions was done through different learning centres.

UOI : Discussion on well-being Mela.

Homework :

Language : Complete the comprehension questions (Q.No.1 to 4) of “The Rainbow” Poetry booklet.

Math : Go to this llink and practice :  http://www.softschools.com/math/fractions/games/

 

16th July, 2015. Thursday Day 5

16th July, 2015. Thursday Day 5

Thought of the day: ‘You are big enough to do something.’

Today’s highlights:

UOI:

 

Integration with math:

 

Learning Engagement: The teacher introduced the math strand, “Data handling”. The learners learnt how they are supposed to collect the data, and represent it in a pictorial form(Pictograph). The teacher modelled it first for a clear understanding of how the data is to be collected, represented and how it can be interpreted.The learners collected the data catering to the different abilities as discussed in the class.

 

Learning Outcome: To help students collect, represent and interpret data.

Math:

Learning Engagement :Each student took a fistful of pulses in his/her hand and poured them out on the table. The student then estimated the number of pulses and wrote it down. He/She then counted them by making them into groups of ten.

Learning Outcome:To help students subitize.

 

Language Development:

 

Learning Engagement: The learners were given practice on punctuating the sentence(full stop and capital letter) and proper nouns were revised.

 

Learning Outcome: To help students understand punctuation and proper nouns.

 

Homework:

Complete the given homework in the Language notebook as posted on the homework blog.

 

Have a nice day ahead.

Warm Regards,

Priya Singh.

Grade 1-Joy: Day 5-Highlights of the day(16th July 2015)

Grade 1-Joy: Day 5-Highlights of the day(16th July 2015)

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Integration with math:

Learning Engagement: The teacher revised the strand Data handling & the concept of “Venn diagram”. The students were given an A3 sheet wherein they had to reflect in a pair on their understanding of similarities & differences, about their physical characteristics, emotional characteristics as well as abilities and interests.

Learning Outcome: To help students collect and represent data

Learning Engagement: The teacher introduced the math strand, “Data handling”. The learners learned how to collect the data, and represent it in a pictorial form(Pictograph).The learners collected the data catering to the different interests as discussed in the class.

Learning Outcome: To help students collect and represent data.

Language

Learning Engagement: The teacher shared her small moments (THINK ALOUD) with the students using a graphic organizer. (Teacher modelling).

Learning Outcome: To help students make connections to their own experience when listening to or reading texts.

Language Development:

Learning Engagement: The learners were given practice on punctuating the sentence(full stop and capital letter) and proper nouns were revised.

Learning Outcome: To help students understand punctuation and proper nouns.

Regards,

Bhumika Manglani 🙂

 

 

Grade 1: Trust – Day 5: Highlights of the day

Grade 1: Trust – Day 5: Highlights of the day

UOI:

Learning Engagement: The teacher introduced the math strand, “Data handling”. The learners learned how to collect the data, and represent it in a pictorial form(Pictograph).The learners collected the data catering to the different interests as discussed in the class.

Learning Outcome: To help students collect and represent data.

Math:

Learning Engagement :Each student took a fistful of pulses in his/her hand and poured them out on the table. The student then estimated the number of pulses and wrote it down. He/She then counted them by making them into groups of ten.

Learning Outcome:To help students subitize.

Language Development:

Learning Engagement: The learners were given practice on punctuating the sentence(full stop and capital letter) and proper nouns were revised.

Learning Outcome: To help students understand punctuation and proper nouns.

Highlight of 16th July,2015

Highlight of 16th July,2015

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Students  reflected about their learning and understanding about the organization (SUO) on a Y – chart where they discussed about-

*Purpose of the organization.

*Why people join organization?

*Strategies for problem solving within an organization.

Math

Learners revised Pictograph concept. Learners with the teacher collected the data as how many girls and boys are in the class. Also finalized the key will be 5 and made the pictograph for the same. Later they also collected the data for the various PS sports.

Homework

Language – Learn the spellings for dictation tomorrow.

Math – Learner have to prepare a pictograph for the data that the have collected in the classroom i.e number of students opted for basketball=6, football=5, yoga=5, athletics=3 and skating=3.

Highlights of the day, 16/7/2015, Day 5, Thursday

Highlights of the day, 16/7/2015, Day 5, Thursday

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Integration with math:

Learning Engagement: The teacher revised the strand Data handling & the concept of “Venn diagram”. The students were given an A3 sheet wherein they had to reflect in a pair on their understanding of similarities & differences, about their physical characteristics, emotional characteristics as well as abilities and interests.

Learning Outcome: To help students collect and represent data

Language

Language :

Learning Engagement: The teacher shared her small moments (THINK ALOUD) with the students using a graphic organizer. (Teacher modelling).

Learning Outcome: To help students make connections to their own experience when listening to or reading texts.

Math

Learning Engagement : The students played a game where they were divided into groups of 5. One child became a banker and had a stock of tens and ones. Each child threw the die in turns and collected that many ones(monteiro cubes) from the banker. As they continued to play, each time they had a collection of ten ones, they exchanged it for one tens.

Learning outcome: To help students understand the relationship between 10 and a unit.

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Regards,

Shivani Dharia Patel (HRT)

Bus boarding procedure for senior year students @ 4.50 pm route

Bus boarding procedure for senior year students @ 4.50 pm route

Dear Parents,

Please take of note of below given procedure for senior year students for boarding the bus while leaving at 4.50 pm:
  1. Students have to board the bus by 4.48 pm. After that the bus door will be closed and no student will be allowed to board the bus.
  2. 2 minutes (till 4.50 pm) will be given to students to settle down and fasten their safety belts and conductors will take attendance.
  3. If any student has missed the bus, parents will be called to pick their ward from the school.

Thanks & Regards

Nirav Shah

(Operations Manager)