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Grade 10_ India Studies_ Exam of Research Portfolio

Grade 10_ India Studies_ Exam of Research Portfolio

Dear Students & Parents,

Please take note that tomorrow Grade 10 India Studies students have exam starting from 9.15 to 10.15 AM, but students are requested to reach and settle at the venue by 9.00 AM Sharp.

Students need to bring their working and charged chrome book along with the prints of their Investigation report & Appendix ( if any) without stapling it.

Please refer to the yesterday’s Google Classroom post for more details.

And students are requested to share their Investigation report in the folder “Investigation Report IS 16-17

Regards,

Hina Hakim

Homework for 10th January, 2017

Homework for 10th January, 2017

[Unit Of Inquiry]
  • Complete the worksheet distributed in the class.

Language

  • Research further on your side of the argument on “Borrowing is always a bad thing” and add your points to the left side of T-chart.
  • Write a paragraph about how you were caught in a storm, using the following words: – Pounding, crashing, smashing, roaring, soaring, crashing, gnashing, thundering, gigantic, mountainous, elephantine, tides, splashed, crashed, cracked, sailed, sinking.
Grade 5, Reciprocity – Homework for 10th January, 2017.

Grade 5, Reciprocity – Homework for 10th January, 2017.

UOI : Fill the I see, I think, I wonder worksheet based on the two guest speaker sessions we had.

Math :

  1. Practice multiply and divide decimals through this link.
  2. Solve these sums in your Math notebook.  

Language :

  1. Complete writing the final draft on Don’t kids need pocket money? 
  2. Play this online game : http://www.toonuniversity.com/aol/5l_fact.html
Highlights and homework – Day 1 & 2 – January 9th & 10th

Highlights and homework – Day 1 & 2 – January 9th & 10th

Day 1

Inquiry : Learners identified the learner profiles, attitude and transdisciplinary skills they should focus in this unit. They further explored these elements through a read aloud by teacher, of a book ‘Elephants Never Forget.’ They also saw a video of a read aloud of the book ‘Stellaluna’ They identified situations and character from the story which showed the learner profile, attitude and transdisciplinary skills. We read the definition of the identified learner profile, attitude and skills. The definition is as below :

Learner Profile: 

Open minded- Willingness to grow from the experience by understanding and accepting individuality.

Balanced – Understand the importance of intellectual, physical and emotional balance to achieve personal well-being for themselves and others.

Attitude:

Appreciation :  Appreciating the beauty of the change we experience and understand that each of us are unique.

Respect :  We value and care for the changes within us and others.

Empathy : Imagining ourselves in another’s situation in order to understand his or her emotions.

Skills:

Self management- healthy lifestyle- Making informed choices to achieve a balance in nutrition, rest, relaxation and exercise; practising appropriate hygiene and self-care.

Informed choices- Selecting an appropriate behaviour based on accurate information,experience  and knowledge.

Safety- Engaging in personal behaviour that avoids placing oneself or others in danger or at risk.

Language : Learners conferred within the group about the points they notes for the forthcoming debate. They also used thinking tool OPV to address the expected apprehension from opponent team.

Day 2

Language : Learners had a debate on a topic “Borrowing is always a bad thing.’ Students stated their opinion using different sentence starters and supported them with real life examples. They further gave feedback to their peers and listened to teacher’s feedback.

Homework for today:-

Language : Write a paragraph about how you were caught in a storm, using the words given in the book Empowering English pg. no. 71 : Pounding, crashing, smashing, roaring, soaring, clashing, gnashing, thundering, gigantic, mountainous, elephantine, tides, splashed, crashed, cracked, sailed, sinking.

Math : Complete the worksheet provided to you today.

 

Highlights and Homework – 10 January 2016

Highlights and Homework – 10 January 2016

Day 2

Highlights:

Language: The teacher modeled writing a descriptive passage using the writing traits and the writing process for the topic sentence ‘The house was quiet’.

Math: Students were introduced to using Ganit Mala for denoting fractions.

Homework:

Language: Students have to punctuate and parse Week 16 Day 4 and Week 16 Day 5 in their Language notebook.

Keep reading 🙂

Arts: Script memorisation for Musical

Arts: Script memorisation for Musical

Grade7 – G7 Cognizance
Homework submitted by: kaavya.shah@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Mon Jan 16 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear all,
Students are expected to memorize all the character wise dialogues, and choreography of scene 2. For Scene 2-4 all the songs needs to be memorised by each and every student of the class weather their character has a singing part in the song or not. I believe this is necessary to keep proper order of the script in mind as everyone is involved in the scene in some or the other way. Next class scene 2 will be video recorded and scene 4 will be choreographed and practiced.
Thank you.
Expected Time:

Highlights of the day – 10th January, 2017

Highlights of the day – 10th January, 2017

UOI: Learners had a guest speaker session as a tuning in activity for the arts unit.

Language: Learners did chapter 24 “Paragraphs and key ideas”.

Homework

Language: Write the paragraph and its key ideas from the below given doc. in your Language book.

Paragraphing Practice

Math: Solve the following sums of multiplication in your Math book:

0.2 × 0.06
6 × 0.04
12 × 0.4
72.4 × 0.6
40 × 0.05
2.2 × 0.02
8.5 × 0.04
60 × 0.06