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Highlights and homework for 17th January 2017

## Highlights and homework for 17th January 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Language

Students extended the ending of the story “Two dogs and the moon”.

We also had a rich discussion on the task from Page 83 of Empowering English. Students first jotted down points individually on sticky notes and then they were discussed as a class. The topics discussed were Ã¢â‚¬ËœReal vs MechanicalÃ¢â‚¬â„¢, Ã¢â‚¬ËœComfort zoneÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ and Ã¢â‚¬ËœLove and habitÃ¢â‚¬â„¢. This helped studentsÃ‚Â conduct meaningful discussions and develop their Thinking skills.

Learners were grouped and given topics for debate, followed by a game for enhancing their debating and communication skills.

Math

Students learnt how to conclude the results ofÃ‚Â the survey that they had conducted.

Homework

Language

Create a T-chart. Research on the debate topic given to you for debate and write points on the left-hand side of the T-chart.

Refer to the language task on page no. 84. Pick the idiom as per your number. For example, Roll no. 1- the first idiom (ask for the moon),Ã‚Â Roll no. 2 – the second idiom (once in a blue moon) and so on. Find the meaning of the idiom and use it in a sentence. Write it in your language notebook.

Math

– You need to consolidate your research work in a similar manner. You need to do it individually on a google doc and share it with Chandni ma’am.

2) Additionally, you need to think of creative methods to represent your findings and note down the idea in your math notebook. We shall discuss this in the class tomorrow. You can represent it using a video, info graph, pictograph, ppt, charts or ant other creative graphs like these-

See you all tomorrow… 🙂

17th Jan,2017 Highlights and Homework

## 17th Jan,2017 Highlights and Homework

UOI- Read aloud of the book Pablo Picasso was done and the students were asked to make connections with the LOIs, and the focused LPs and attitudes for the unit. It was followed by the Bus Stop Activity, where the students were grouped as per their preferred art form and were asked to answer few questions.

Math- We solved few sums related to division of decimals.

Language- We took up another prayer- Give me strength by Rabindranath Tagore. The poem was read and explained and the questions on page 93 of EE were also discussed.

HOMEWORK

Language-Ã‚Â Answer Q 2, 4 and 7 from the poem Give Me Strength (EE pg 93)

UOI- Fill in K and W column of the KWHLAQ sheet given today. Also, continue with your independent inquiry for your preferred art form.

Math- SolveÃ‚Â the sums from the link given below (in Math NB). There are answers in the link itself but youÃ‚Â need to solve and show all the steps before referring to the answers. Ã‚Â http://www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade-5-long-division-decimals-b.pdfÃ‚Â

Highlights and homework of the day(day 1)

## Highlights and homework of the day(day 1)

UOI:Ã‚Â

• Learners further prepared for their SA presentation.

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Ã‚Â Ã‚Â  Homework:

Language:

• Follow the link and solve the story ladder worksheet Ã‚Â with proper sequencing (complete both the sides and submit on Friday)

1)http://www.kidsworldfun.com/shortstories_goosewithgoldeneggs.php

2)http://www.kidsworldfun.com/shortstories_foxandstork.php

Regards,

Shruti

Highlights and Homework for 17th January 2017

## Highlights and Homework for 17th January 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Students enthusiastically started the Celebration of Learning. A discussion of performances was taken.

Homework

Math: A.Ã‚Â Compare the fractions and put the correct sign ( <, >, = )

1. 3/5 and 4/5
2. 3/6 and 2/7
3. 4/8 and 7/9
4. 1/2 and 3/4
5. 5/9 and 1/5

B.Ã‚Â Arrange the following fractions in the ascending order :

1. 6/15 , 3/15 , 12/15 , 10/15
2. 3/12 , 5/12 , 1/12 , 12/12

C.Ã‚Â Arrange the following fractions in the descending order:

1. 10/20 , 12/20 , 17/20 , 16/20
2. 12/15 , Ã‚Â 10/15 , Ã‚Â 14/15 , Ã‚Â 9/ 15

Reader: Read chapters 9 to 12 of Ã¢â‚¬Å“CharlotteÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s WebÃ¢â‚¬Â and bracket the passages which are descriptive.

Highlights of the day 17th January 2016

## Highlights of the day 17th January 2016

It was a lovely day filled with enthusiasm, energy and lots of excitement. All the learners performed very well and did their best. I am proud to have them all as my students.

Great Job done!

Below attached are a few pictures from the day.

The enthusiasm continued post Y box.

Have a great day!

Grade 5 Collaboration, Homework of 17th January, 2017

## Grade 5 Collaboration, Homework of 17th January, 2017

Homework

Math

Sit beside your parent, start the stopwatch of 7 minutes and try to do all the questions of BINGO worksheet given to you. Note down the time taken by you in your worksheet.

Explore the links of decimal games for revision of concepts of decimals. (shared with you already)

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Fill in the ‘K & W’ part of the KWHLAQ worksheet which is given to you today on the basis of all the tuning in activities and the discussion done in the class.

Note

• Tomorrow is Day 2. So bring your library books and ID card for library slot.
• Reading Challenge of December 2016 ended on 10th January 2017. I feel proud to announce that this month I got great responses from the students.Ã‚Â

The Winners are:

1. Vani Malavia and Jishnu Mehra who read 5 books.
2. Hasti Gangani, Raghav Kothari and Izhaan Shaikh who read 2 books.
3. Shreyansh Jalan, Hemm Bakhda and Kavya Jain who read 1 book.

Congratulations to all of you. This habit of reading will surely make you more knowledgeable.

Next month Genre is Humorous Fiction. So keep up the enthusiasm, do read and fill up the book review form. 🙂

Day 1-Highlights and homework of the day!! (17th Jan, 2017)

## Day 1-Highlights and homework of the day!! (17th Jan, 2017)

UOI:

Summative assessment was taken.

Language:

LWE: Week 13-Day 4 and 5 was done.

Homework:

LWE- Week 13- Day 3, 4 and 5 to be done.

The Magic Finger Reader-Pg no. 9 to be done.

Regards,

Bhumika 🙂

Highlights and homework of 17th January

## Highlights and homework of 17th January

Day 1

HighlightsÃ‚Â

Language: A rich discussion was taken from the task on Page 83 of Empowering English. Students first jotted down points individually in their books and then they were discussed as a class. The topics discussed were ‘Real vs Mechanical’, ‘Comfort zone’ and ‘Love and habit’. This helped studentsÃ‚Â conduct meaningful discussions and develop their Thinking skills.

Later, the rubric for the Summative assessment of Debate was discussed with the students. The class was divided into 4 groups for the debate and the format of the same was discussed with them, after which they were given their topics.

Then, they played a game to enhance their Rebuttal and quick thinking skills. In this game,Ã‚Â the students divided themselves into pairs.Ã‚Â one student made a statement (on any topic) and the pair had to reply to the statement by saying Ã¢â‚¬ËœI couldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t disagree moreÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ and then give a reason why.

Math:Ã‚Â After having the questionnaire of all 5 groups, a class discussion was taken and the final questionnaire was made by the teacher with inputs from all the students. Google form was used for creating the questionnaire. This questionnaire will be sent to the buddy class by which we will be able to collect data for the survey.

Homework :Ã‚Â

Language: Choose the idiom, according to your roll number, from Page 84 of Empowering English. Look for the meaning of the idiom and write it in your Language notebook. Then, Ã‚Â frame a sentence using the idiom.

Research for your debate topic. Write points on the left hand side of the T-chart, so when you have the next session you are ready with your points and will get more time to share it and collaborate as a group.

Highlights and homework of the day(day1)

## Highlights and homework of the day(day1)

Language :

EE- Chapter 4,From wheels to Rockets was explained.

UOI:Ã‚Â Learners further prepared for their SA presentation.

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Language:

• Follow the link and solve the story ladder worksheet Ã‚Â with proper sequencing (complete both the sides and submit on Friday)

1)http://www.kidsworldfun.com/shortstories_goosewithgoldeneggs.php

2)http://www.kidsworldfun.com/shortstories_foxandstork.php

Regards,

Namrata

Homework- 17/1/17 Valour

## Homework- 17/1/17 Valour

Dear Parents,

Math homework: To be done on a4 paper

Math

A.Ã‚Â Compare the fractions and put the correct sign ( <, >, = )

a) 2/4 and 4/4
b) 3/5 and 2/8

B.Ã‚Â Arrange the following fractions in the ascending order:

a) 8/12, 4/12, 1/12, 12/12
b) 2/9, 5/9, 3/9, 6/9

C.Ã‚Â Arrange the following fractions in the descending order:

a) 10/30,12/30,17/30 , 16/30
b) 12/20, 18/20, 14/20, 9/ 20

Language homework: Write passage on the topic sentence “My messy bedroom” .(minimum 5 lines)

Regards,

fatema Topiwala