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Please find below the homework for today.
- Create Line graphs online through below link
2. Conduct the survey created by you on Effects of Demonetization with atleast 30 responses and create appropriate graphs for each questions in graph notebook. Responses to be collected in notebook or google form response sheet needs to be shared.
Language: Ã‚Â Create a 1 min video where you are speaking on topic “My teacher” Ã‚Â nd share with me. (For those who have not done this yet)
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Math :Ã‚Â Get any antique(ancient) product/products (utensils, toys, coins, papers, books, etc) from home. Label those items with a price tag and each amount should be in decimals. The amount per item should not extend more than Rs 1000. Research on that item/items (when people used it, where was it used for, what were its advantages and now do we use any similar kind of product) in order to persuade others to buy the product.Ã‚Â Make your product look the best so that others are persuaded to buy it.
Language : Empowering English : The zoo files : Write answers for Q 1 and 5 in your EE notebooks and answer Question 3 in an A4 sheet.
UOI :Ã‚Â Complete step 2 and 3 of your Big 6 research tool.
[Highlight Of The Day]
UOI: Students started with their summative assessment task of making culture capsule, where they decorated their box and kept the artefacts which holds value for them.
Copy the following passage in your Language E.E Notebook and color- Similes in blue, Sight( Sense of seeing) 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 love to stick my nose into a brown paper bag of mushrooms that has been in the fridge for a day or two. Some smell sweet and milky, others like old socks, the oyster mushrooms I have in my kitchen at the moment are the color of parchment and smell faintly like antiquarian bookshops.
Reader: Read chapter 7 to your parents
Kindly remember to bring all the artefacts, newspaper clipping,posters, articles, pictures, notes for culture capsule and graffiti wall.
The students were a part of a Skype Session to understand global perspective on beliefs, values, traditions and artefacts.Ã‚Â The session was fruitful as students could connect their understanding and relate with the speaker.
The students read Chapter 9 of the reader.
The students practiced sums on finding equivalent fractions ans simplifying fractions to their lowest form.
- Draw a venn diagram showcasing the similarities and differences between the speaker’s and your own values, traditions, artefacts, culture, ritual and belief.
- Students have to collect Ã¢â‚¬ËœArtefactsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ which can include items such as newspaper articles, posters, books, pamphlets, photographs or equipment that are related to their traditions, culture, rituals, beliefs and values to put up on the graffiti wall or the culture capsule. Parents, kindly encourage your child to carry these to their classroom as they are a valuable tool in initiating conversations.
Read the following story of- “The monkey who wanted to swim” and write a gist of the same, alongwith the moral in a Google Document and share the same with me:-
The Monkey who wanted to swim
Once there was a monkey that could do so many things other animals could do. He could run fast, carry heavy loads, bark like a real dog and moan like a goat and many other things. He would always tell other animals that he is the most superior animal because he resembled a man.
One day, while he was walking near a river, two big ducks in the water challenged him to swim. He didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t know how to swim but there were other animals that heard the challenged and prodded him to join the race in the water. He accepted the challenged and jumped at once into the water. But alas, the water was so deep that he drowned.
Solve the following:-
- Find out HCF and LCM of–
a. 75 and 50
- Find out 3 equivalent fractions for–
- Simplify the following to its least form–
Dear Parent Greetings!!!!!
Grade 5 is celebrating their learning on ancient Civilization, under the TDT – Where we are in place and time on 5th January ,2017.
Our learners have put in a lot of efforts and are ready to showcase their understanding. They have been an inquirer and knowledgeable through their research work. Let the spirit of our learners be alive and also their curiosity and enthusiasm find the meaningful pavement through your participation, which will prove to be a great boost to them.
The Celebration of learning will be held together for all the sections at a time. Please make a note that your attendance is compulsory as you will have to evaluate your child’s performance, which is a part of the summative assessment report. Hence, we suggest you for carpooling.
The details of the same are as follows:
Time: 9:00 am to 10:00 am.
Venue: individual grade 5 section
Students practiced making equivalent fractions and illustrated the same.
Students started working on the Summative Assessment task.
i) Students have to find three equivalent fractions for the following fractions and illustrate them in their Math notebook:
ii) Find the HCF and LCM of the following numbers:
a) 24, 32
b) 56, 27
c) 14, 63
As you all are aware that students are learing about save animals under the TDT, Sharing the planet , students who are selected in animal dance for Y-Box performance are suppose to make posters on “SAVE ANIMALS/TIGER” which will be used as prop for their dance performance. They can include slogans, pictures or quotes.
Size of the poster has to be A3 with sticks attached on both the sides or in middle. Here is the reference picture for you.
last date for submitting the poster is 2nd Dec, 2016.