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Day: December 12, 2016

Important Note

Important Note

Dear parents,

I am sending the audio for the song “There are three little magic words”. This song, students are going to sing in X-box performance. So you all are requested to make them practice at home.

Lyrics :

There are three little magic words

That can open any door with ease

Please, Sorry and Thank you.

Thank you, Sorry and Please.

When someone is kind to you,

Say thank you, that’s very nice of you.

There are three little magic words

That can open any door with ease

Please, Sorry and Thank you.

Thank you, Sorry and Please.

If you want something,

Say Please, Please may I have it?

There are three little magic words

That can open any door with ease

Please, Sorry and Thank you.

Thank you, Sorry and Please.

If you have hurt someone,

Say Sorry, I am so so Sorry.

There are three little magic words

That can open any door with ease

Please, Sorry and Thank you.

Thank you, Sorry and Please.

 

Highlights and Homework- 12/12/16

Highlights and Homework- 12/12/16

Stars of the day:animated-star-image-0093
Ojasvi and Aarav (for displaying their social skills during Group activity)

Highlights:

Language

Students were divided into groups of 4 and were given a season to illustrate. Later, they wrote a paragraph (6 lines) on the given season using sensory words and similes and presented it in the class.

UOI: Students appeared for the F.A.

Math

The students did a group activity wherein they solved a real life problem and then presented their understanding to their peers. The terms part, whole and fraction were revised and 2 new terms:- numerator and denominator were introduced.

Homework

Language:
Find out the meaning of the following words and frame sentences using any 5 words in the Language EE book:
1. heap
2. ruins
3. causeway
4. worn
5. hinges
6. battlement
7. clumps
8. cobblestones
9. domes

U.O.I:
Read/inquire/share more about your traditions, values, beliefs, artefacts and culture with any of your family member.

Math:-
Find out the numerator and denominator of the given fraction:
1/6, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 and 11/12

Please acknowledge the comments in Math NB.

Regards,
Kavita Arora.

Highlights and Homework of 12th December, 2016

Highlights and Homework of 12th December, 2016

Highlights:

Language: Students were divided into groups of 4 and were given a season to illustrate. Later, they wrote a paragraph (6 lines) on the given season using sensory words and similes and presented it in the class.

UOI: Students appeared for the F.A.

Homework:

Language: Find out the meaning of the following words and frame sentences using any 5 words in the Language EE book:
1. heap
2. ruins
3. causeway
4. worn
5. hinges
6. battlement
7. clumps
8. cobblestones
9. domes

Highlights and Homework – 12 December 2016

Highlights and Homework – 12 December 2016

Day 6

Star of the day: Ramit Moradia ( For making connections with the ongoing unit and choosing to take action )

Highlights

Language EE: Students appeared for the Formative Assessment on the chapter “Ruins in the forest” from their EE text.

Homework

Language: Read the paragraph and answer the questions given below in your language writing notebook :

December Beach Days in Hawaii

 A beach in Hawaii on a December day is like a day at a lake in mid August. The beach smells fresh,almost like a new ocean breeze air freshener. The sand is hot and looks like gold blended in with little white specks; it sparkles like the water running off the swimmers back and feels like walking on coals from a burning grill. Not far from the shore, you can see the coral sitting still in the wild and shallow water. Turtles drift in to see all the people. The palm trees sway in the air from the forceful wind. In a distance, a house is beautifully placed right by the water, so it can look across the ocean each and every day. People are laughing and playing in the burning sand, and others are relaxing on the beach bronzing their skin while enjoying the bright rays of light coming from the sun. From a far distance the ocean is a deep navy blue; waves come in like a bulldozer from all the wind. At night everything is still. Waves are still coming in but not as hard, while the beach is cleared from all the people. All you can hear is the waves of the ocean and the light breeze coming from the giant palm trees. The beach is a spectacular place. Leaving it is excruciating and difficult to do.

  1. Write 2 similes the author uses to describe the setting.
  2. Explain what the simile means.
  3. List 10 words or phrases the author has used in the paragraph which describe the beach setting.
  4. What things or objects are mentioned in this description.
  5. What is your favorite description in this paragraph? Why?

Note: Kindly get the FA books signed by the parents.

Read/inquire/share more about your traditions, values, beliefs, artefacts and culture with any of your family member.

Highlights and Homework – 12/12/2016

Highlights and Homework – 12/12/2016

Dear parents,

Math

Homework was discussed.

Language

Students were divided into groups of 4 and were given a season to illustrate. Later, they wrote a paragraph (6 lines) on the given season using sensory words and similes and presented it in the class.

UOI:

Students did the CSI – Colour, Symbol, Image activity where they used their thinking skills to analyse and evaluate which CSI best suits their culture and beliefs.

Homework

Language

Find out the meaning of the following words and frame sentences using any 5 words in the Language EE book:
1. heap
2. ruins
3. causeway
4. worn
5. hinges
6. battlement
7. clumps
8. cobblestones
9. domes

Math

Find out where do you use or see fraction in real life ( Minimum 5 responses ).

Stars of the Day: Yashvi, Anushka, Param and Dhrumil

Regards,
Pinky Shah

Highlight and Homework – 12th December 2016

Highlight and Homework – 12th December 2016

Dear Parents,

Day 6

Star of the day: Nischal (For helping out his peer)

Highlights

UOI: Students did the CSI – Colour, Symbol, Image activity where they used their thinking skills to analyse and evaluate which CSI best suits their culture and beliefs.

Language EE: Students gave their Formative Assessment on the chapter “Ruins in the forest” from their EE text.

Homework

Language:

December Beach Days in Hawaii

 A beach in Hawaii on a December day is like a day at a lake in mid August. The beach smells fresh,almost like a new ocean breeze air freshener. The sand is hot and looks like gold blended in with little white specks; it sparkles like the water running off the swimmers back and feels like walking on coals from a burning grill. Not far from the shore, you can see the coral sitting still in the wild and shallow water. Turtles drift in to see all the people. The palm trees sway in the air from the forceful wind. In a distance, a house is beautifully placed right by the water, so it can look across the ocean each and every day. People are laughing and playing in the burning sand, and others are relaxing on the beach bronzing their skin while enjoying the bright rays of light coming from the sun. From a far distance the ocean is a deep navy blue; waves come in like a bulldozer from all the wind. At night everything is still. Waves are still coming in but not as hard, while the beach is cleared from all the people. All you can hear is the waves of the ocean and the light breeze coming from the giant palm trees. The beach is a spectacular place. Leaving it is excruciating and difficult to do.

  1. Write 2 similes the author uses to describe the setting.
  2. Explain what the simile means.
  3. List 10 words or phrases the author has used in the paragraph which describe the beach setting.
  4. What things or objects are mentioned in this description.
  5. What is your favorite description in this paragraph? Why?

Note: Please get the FA books signed by the parents.

Read/inquire/share more about your your traditions, values, beliefs, artefacts and culture with any of your family member.

Regards,

Malvika Gandhi

School pants during practicals slot/field trip

School pants during practicals slot/field trip

Dear All,
Kindly note that its compulsory to wear school pants during practical slots and in case students not carrying the schools pants will not be permitted to perform that experiment. Student will miss out on that practical, which shall not be ever repeated.
Same is applicable for all Science field trip as well. Student will not be taken to field trip without school pants.

Regards
Science Team

French: Writing

French: Writing

Grade9 – All
Homework submitted by: bharatkumar.vashi@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Dec 20 2016 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Use of google doc on comment right
Expected Time: 20