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Eat smart with Rujuta Diwekar- An invitation to students of G9-12

Eat smart with Rujuta Diwekar- An invitation to students of G9-12

Dear Students ,

Please refer to the below mentioned link for the session titled “Eat Smart with Ms. Rujuta Diwekar”.

Eat smart with Rujuta Diwekar- An invitation to students of G9-12

All students (from Grade 9 to 12) are recommended to register (by clicking on the above mentioned link, filling up the Google form and by agreeing to attend the session) for the session as Ms. Rujuta Diwekar ( a Mumbai-based celebrity nutritionist and winner of the prestigious ‘Nutrition award’) will herself be conducting this session at Fountainhead school on 25th & 26th July.

So please fill up this form at the earliest and benefit from the guidance of a celebrity nutritionist. The first 120 applicants will get the opportunity to attend this session.

You will receive a mail from the school by Wednesday if you are one of the lucky ones 🙂

Regards,

Grade 1 Peace:Highlights for the day:Day 1,Monday-20th July,2015

Grade 1 Peace:Highlights for the day:Day 1,Monday-20th July,2015

Thought of the day:Charity begins at home.

UOI:

Learning Engagement: The students revised the physical characteristics.

  1. Naming the body parts
  2. Health and hygiene

 

The teacher discussed the scientific names of the body parts. She also discussed how to take care of the body parts and briefed them about the good touch and bad touch.

Learning Outcome: To help students view themselves as emerging human beings and make them aware about physical characteristics.

Language :

Learning Engagement: The teacher did shared modelling wherein the small moments of learners were stretched and were presented in a form of graphic organizer.

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

 

Language development:

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

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

 

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.

 

Regards,

Kashti Narang 🙂

 

 

Selection list of Chess

Selection list of Chess

Hello all,

Below given list is for the Chess school games 2015-16, which will take place on 21st July 2015 at J B Diamond school.

 

Name Grade DOB G r No. Categories
Mudit Pankaj Bisani 6 21/07/2004 FSK2011173 Under 14 Boys
Saumya Snehal Shah 6 01/04/2004 FSK2010155 Under 14 Boys
Parisha Amit jain 5 27/04/2005 FSK2009377 Under 14 Girls
Aadya Mayank Jain 2 16/11/2008 FSK2012061 Under 14 Girls
Chirag Anil Sawlani 10 08/02/2000 FSK2008219 Under 17 Boys
Virat Manish Golechha 10 29/06/2000 FSK2010204 Under 17 Boys
Vedika Vijayendra Arya 9 23/10/2000 FSK2012127 Under 17 Girls
Vaidehi Kanaiya Asawa 9 01/03/2001 FSK2014156 Under 17 Girls
Shasvat Vyomesh Solanki 11 18/02/1999 FSK2008384 Under 19 Boys
Vinit Nirav Jogani 11 21/12/1999 FSK2009458 Under 19 Boys

 

Note:

  1. Students have to carry their Chess kit, School ID card and appropriate food for the day.
  2. Competition is at J B Diamond School on 21st July 2015.
  3. All selected students have to come in the morning route and they will leave from school for the competition.
  4. If competition starts according to the schedule students will be back to home by their regular bus route if not than school will inform parents about the delay.

 

If you have any queries regarding the selection or about the competition you can mail to hariom.parmar@fountainheadschools.org

Highlights/Day 1, Monday

Highlights/Day 1, Monday

Highlights of the day: Day 1- Monday

 

 

UOI:

Learning Engagement: The learners played the ball game catering to abilities and interests, where they shared their ability by saying “I can” and shared their interest by saying “I like..” The teacher demonstrated the activity for a clear understanding.

Learning Outcome: To help students reflect on their abilities and interests.

Language :

Learning Engagement: The teacher shared her small moments (THINK ALOUD) with the students using a graphic organizer. (Teacher modelling). She also discussed the pre writing process with the students and modeled it on the board.

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

Learning Engagement : The students did few more pages of “My book about me”, where they wrote their favorite food, subject, mam etc.

Learning Outcome: To know about themselves.

Math:

Learning Engagement:The teacher discussed the place value, which helped the students to realize that tens are composed of ones and hundreds are composed of tens. The teacher focused on the transition points in numbers ie. 109-110, 119-120……..

Learning Outcome: To help students model numbers to hundreds or beyond using the base 10 place value system.

Language development:

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

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

 

Regards,

Riya Parikh 🙂

Grade 9 Serendipity_International Mathematics-Extended_H.W._20/07/2015

Grade 9 Serendipity_International Mathematics-Extended_H.W._20/07/2015

Subject : International Mathematics-Extended

Topic : Surds

Type of Homework : Online Blendspace Worksheet(Link already shared with the students)

1. Tile 3

Duration : 30 minutes

Submission Date : 21/07/2015

2. Tile 5 has a video which explains how and why to rationalize the denominator. After going through the video you are required to complete till tile 7

Duration : 1 hour

Submission date : 22/07/2015

Note: You have to submit your notebook before the First break on my desk. Submission  of notebook after First break will not be accepted.

Thanks and Regards,

Jyoti Khandelwal

 

Highlights of the day- 6

Highlights of the day- 6

UOI:

Learning Engagement: The students revised the physical characteristics.

  1. Naming the body parts
  2. Health and hygiene

The teacher discussed the scientific names of the body parts. She also discussed how to take care of the body parts and briefed them about the good touch and bad touch.

Learning Outcome: To help students view themselves as emerging human beings and make them aware about physical characteristics.

Language :

Learning Engagement: The teacher shared her small moments (THINK ALOUD) with the students using a graphic organizer. (Teacher modelling). She also discussed the pre writing process with the students and modelled it on the board.

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

Learning Engagement : The students did few more pages of “My book about me”, where they wrote their address, their phone number and where they live etc.

Learning Outcome: To know about themselves.

Language: Dictation of the sight words was conducted along with a surprise word(what)

Math:

Learning Engagement : The students solved a worksheet of tens and ones, similar to the one sent for homework, where they colored the numbers in accordance with the place value.

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

 

 

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,

Niyanta

Highlights and homework of 20th July, 2015

Highlights and homework of 20th July, 2015

Highlights: 

Day-01, Monday.

Math: 

Teacher discussed homework of Pictograph on the board.

Language: 

Teacher wrote three connecting phrases on the board and made sentence for the same, later learners were instructed to copy it in their Empowering English book.

Teacher had a session  with Learners where they  discussed  “bullying”. They discussed what is bullying, why do children bully? How can you help your friends who get bullied? etc. They were asked to write their understanding through a  worksheet.

 

Homework:

Use the following connecting word and phrases to make a story and highlight the same.

Connecting words: Instead, likewise, provided.

Connecting Phrases: to begin with, in the same manner, after a while.

 

Recap of the day – 20/7/15

Recap of the day – 20/7/15

 

Day 1 

Settling task – Addition and subtraction sum was given .

U O I - Learners were asked to write the reflection on “Hospital” through a Y-chart keeping all the lines of inquiry in the mind that is 1) Purpose of the Hospital 2) Why people join the hospital and 3) Strategies for problem solving within Hospital.They wrote about what all they observed as well as understood about hospital as an organization.

 

Language – Teacher did a read aloud of the  chapter 7 “The Monster Fancy dress party” then she asked a student to read the text aloud , after that teacher asked the students  various questions like if they have read any monster comics or seen any films or know of any stories . Has anyone ever dressed up as a monster for a fancy dress?Furthermore, questions  b,d, f  were done orally with proper discussion. They were explained homophones , and language exercises in the reference book (Empowering English).

Teacher did a Read aloud of the book  “Thumbelina”

 

Language Development: Learners revised all the grammar concepts through Language with Ease reference book.

Homework

Math: 1) Write table of 8 and 9.

2) Write commutative property of 98 and 89.

Chemistry coursework

Chemistry coursework

Dear students

Please refer to the following dates for your chemistry coursework based on titration.

Grade 10 Quintessence-23/7/15

Grade 10 Harbinger- 24/7/15

Grade 10 Herald-29/7/15

You need to bring your labcoat, school unifrom (full pant and school shoes), stationary items and electronic calculator.

regards

Abheek Chakraborty