### Browsed byDay: December 22, 2016

IGCSE- Mock / Final Exam Time Table – Series 2017

## IGCSE- Mock / Final Exam Time Table – Series 2017

Dear Students,

Please refer to the below IGCSE Time Table- Series 2017.

Below given are the dates for Coursework Submission, Mock Exam / Final Exam.

IGCSE- Mock / Final Exam Time Table – Series 2017Ã‚Â

Regards,

Highlights and Homework for 22nd December

## Highlights and Homework for 22nd December

Day 2

UOI- Learners attempted quiz on Mesopotamia, using this link:Ã‚Â http://www.helpteaching.com/tests/241799/mesopotamia

They started with the first step of Big 6 i.e. they made questions for their sub-aspect. They also got an opportunity to explore few online books/material.

HOMEWORK –

UOI- Complete step 1,2 and 3 of Big 6. Complete the L column of your KWL sheet.

### Mixed Bag – Cycle 20 (submission on Monday)

##### Maths
• Convert the following fractions to decimals
1. 3507/10
2. 300/1000
• Convert the following decimals into fractions
1. 20.30
2. 10.309
• Solve following:
1. 4.56 + 13.06
2. 15.2 – 4.07
3. 17.24 + 25.58
4. 10.45 – 3.76
• On a beautiful Sunday morning, Anita rode her bicycle to a market that sold different fruits. If she buys a basket of oranges for Rs. 15.35 and a basket of apples at Rs. 5.54, how much money did Anita pay in all for the fruits?

• During the sports day event Rajesh finished the 400 meter race in 2.10 minutes and Mahesh completed the same race in 2.20 minutes. Who was faster amongst the two and by how much?
##### Language

For the below mentioned statements identify whether the purpose is to entertain, inform or persuade. Give reasons for your answer.

1. A pamphlet about how watching excessive television affects eyesight.
2. Novel about a young girl who travels to a magical land.
3. A speech written by a famous football player urging people to go to college.
4. Directions to the nearby mall.
5. Lyrics to a One Direction song, Ã¢â‚¬Å“Story of my lifeÃ¢â‚¬Â.
7. The ingredients listed on the side of a candy wrapper.
8. The Fantastic Four comic book.
9. A letter to the principal convincing her to have no homework in school.
10. Mr. Narendra ModiÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s speech motivating people to support demonetisation.

IMPORTANT NOTE-

1. Do not bring CB tomorrow.

2. Bring indoor games (board games, cards etc.) as discussed in class.

3. Refer to the blog post on Night out (posted yesterday) and come prepared for a wonderful experience!! 🙂

Grade 5, Homework of Conglomerate, 22nd December, 2016-17

## Grade 5, Homework of Conglomerate, 22nd December, 2016-17

[Homework]

[Math]

[Language]

Complete the final drafting of your Opinion Writing.

Important note : Night-out : Grade 5

## Important note : Night-out : Grade 5

Dear Parents Greetings !!!!!

As you all are aware that Night out for Grade 5 is scheduled on 23rd December 2016 ( tomorrow). So we have planned for some indoor activity time, where in learners are allowed to bringÃ‚Â  board games like ludo , chess , cards, housie, business game etc and have fun time with their peers. Learners will be responsible for taking care of their belongings.Ã‚Â  Please make sure that learners carry enough winter care ( thermals, socks, gloves, blankets, caps, jackets etc) as the temperature is likely to drop during the night time. As the venue of the night out is in open ground, kindly send mosquito repellent with your child.

Grade 5, Reciprocity – Homework for 22nd December, 2016.

## Grade 5, Reciprocity – Homework for 22nd December, 2016.

UOI :Ã‚Â Take a quiz and record the questions along with its answer in your UOI notebook.

Language :Ã‚Â

1. Revise and Edit your first draft. Refer to the image (ARMS and CUPS) sent through mail.
Highlights and Homework of 22nd December, 2016

## Highlights and Homework of 22nd December, 2016

HighlightsÃ‚Â

U.O.I- The students attended a Panel discussion wherein the panelists were Ms. Mariyam Baxamusa, Ms. Sanjana Amarnani and Ms. Pinky Chawla. The panelists shared their beliefs and values with the students. The students displayed excellent listening skills during this session and also used their communication skills to ask further questions.

Language- Dictation was taken up in the class on the sentences. Later, students were read a passage wherein they had to identify the sense words and the mood of the text.

Homework

Language: 1). Learn the dictation words- Seventh Hudred- List 3.

2). Read the passage given below and identify the sense words and the mood of the text.

• The witch Glinda sat upon a throne of rubies. She was a beautiful witch. Her hair was a rich red and fell in curls and waves over her shoulders. They looked like the waves of an ocean. Her dress was pure white, but her eyes were blue and looked kindly over Dorothy. Her dainty silver sandals gleamed in the moonlight.
• In the deepest spot of all, stands the castle of The Sea King. Its walls are built of coral, and the long Gothic windows are of the clearest amber. The roof is formed of shells that open and close as the water flows over them. Their appearance is very beautiful, for in each lies a glittering pearl which would be fit for the diadem of a queen.

Highlights and Homework – 22/12/2016

## Highlights and Homework – 22/12/2016

Dear parents,

U.O.I:

The students attended a Panel discussion wherein the panelists shared their beliefs and values with the students. The students displayed excellent listening skills during this session and also used their communication skills to ask further questions. It was a fruitful session after which students reflected their understanding of the similarities and differences between different people’s beliefs and values using Venn diagram.

[Homework]

[Language]

1. Copy the following passage in your Language E.E Notebook and colour- Similes in blue, Sight words in red, smell in yellow, hearing in green, touch in purple and taste in orange. Then, ask yourself- Are they happy (positive) or sad (negative) words?

I came downstairs still wearing my pajamas and saw a bunch of magazines on the rug by Ã‚Â the couch, toppled over from their usual stack on the coffee table. Then I saw the bad mess in Ã‚Â the kitchen. The jars with MirandaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s baking supplies are usually lined up along the counter, but Ã‚Â one of them was on the floor in pieces, and there was flour everywhere. The stench of the broken eggs cannot be ignored along with the strong smell of toast burning somewhere near. There was a click sound and the door opened. Dad was standing in Ã‚Â the middle of it, wearing a suit: shiny black shoes, pressed work pants and shirt resembling the colour of sky on a clear summer day; his hair still wet from the shower. Dad turned around and got some bread and butter, and honey. The toaster sounded like it hurt when he pushed the lever down. It was old and never made the toast right. I could still feel the pungent taste of the toast I had last night along with some smooth scrambled eggs.

2.Ã‚Â Similes: As Fast As a Horse

 We use similes to describe things by comparing them to other things. For example, if I want to say someone is fast, I can say she is as fast as a horse.Here are some examples of similes:

SheÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s as fast as a horse.

HeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s as strong as an elephant.

SheÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s as silly as a monkey.

ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s as cold as ice.

ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s as light as a feather.

Make 5 similes using the adjectives given in the box below.

 soft   pretty   big hard   ugly   tiny strong   black   cold weak   white   hot quick   green   light slow   blue   heavy

UOI:

Bring 3 artefacts depicting your culture, beliefs and values. You will have to present it in front of the class. During the presentation you have to talk about the following points- Describe the artefact. How does the artefact depict your culture? How is the artefact connected to your culture? What are the beliefs and values attached to it?
Regards,
Pinky Shah

Highlights and Homework for 22nd December 2016

## Highlights and Homework for 22nd December 2016

[Highlight Of The Day]

U.O.I- The students attended a Panel discussion wherein the panelists were Ms.Sanjana Amarnani, Ms. Pinky Chawla and Ms. Mariam Baxamusa. The panelists shared their beliefs and values with the students. The students displayed excellent listening skills during this session and also used their communication skills to ask further questions.

Math : Students solved the fractions worksheets given .

[Homework]

Math:Ã‚Â A) Complete the worksheet given to you.

B) Practice the math concept from the following link:

http://www.math-play.com/math-magician-multiples-game/math-magician-multiples.html

Highlights and homework for the day 22 Dec 2016

## Highlights and homework for the day 22 Dec 2016

Dear Parents,

Today the senior school celebrated National Maths Day and we were the visitors to it.

Maths: We learned about various types of data and how to calculate central tendency for them and how to work with sample. We also started understanding the process of preparing and conducting a survey.

Language: We explored public speaking skills. They also learned about declamations. They were introduced to the art of extempore.

Homework:

Language:

Answer the questions : What is the importance of Non verbal communication in public speaking?, What are the different ways of non verbal communication? Pick up any two ways of non verbal communication which you think you need to work on and how will you do it?

Answer the questions : How do you overcome your anxiety while facing an audience? How will you use techniques mentioned in the video to overcome your anxiety?

Maths: Students to solve the below sums.

1. Find the mean of the following data.

(a) 9, 7, 11, 13, 2, 4, 5, 5

(b) 16, 18, 19, 21, 23, 23, 27, 29, 29, 35

2. Find the mean of first ten whole numbers.

3. Find the mean of first 5 prime numbers.

4. Find the mode of the following data.

(a) 12, 8, 4, 8, 1, 8, 9, 11, 9, 10, 12, 8

(b) 15, 22, 17, 19, 22, 17, 29, 24, 17, 15

(c) 0, 3, 2, 1, 3, 5, 4, 3, 42, 1, 2, 0

(d) 1, 7, 2, 4, 5, 9, 8, 3

5. The runs scored in a cricket match by 11 players is as follows:

7, 16, 121, 51, 101, 81, 1, 16, 9, 11, 16

Find the mean, mode, median of this data.

6. The weights in kg of 10 students are given below:

39, 43, 36, 38, 46, 51, 33, 44, 44, 43

Find the mode of this data. Is there more than 1 mode? If yes, why?

7. Go through the below presentation and video and take notes.

8.Ã‚Â Write 5 open ended and 5 close ended questions. Explain why you think they are open/close ended

Thanks and regards

Himani Mehta

Grade 5 Collaboration, Homework of 22nd December, 2016

## Grade 5 Collaboration, Homework of 22nd December, 2016

[Highlight Of The Day]

[Language]

Literary Event – JAM

Learners were told to be in groups according to their houses and they chose three best students for representing their house for JAM literary event inter house competition. Later those three students were told to perform for JAM and two best were selected for final event. From the Collaboration, Hasti got selected. Congratulations Hasti 🙂

[Homework]

Lang

Add vocabulary, correct spellings and complete the final drafting of your Opinion Writing.

Math

Decimal workbook Pg. No – 2,3,4

UOI

Complete the KWL chart on basis of books read today and the videos which I have shared with you all.

[Note]

FA book is sent today. Parents please check and sign it. Complusory bring the FA book tomorrow.