Highlights and Homework- 3rd March

Highlights and Homework- 3rd March

PYP Ex : Learners watched a drama on personal memories followed by speech on inventions, discoveries and achievements of India. In the earlier sessions,  learners created life map using their precious pictures which were their personal memories and as part of Drama, their personal memories were snatched along with Kaavya’s memories.

Seeing their life map being taken away, there was quite a chaos. Learners were later informed that their life map will be shredded and recycled, thereby they will never get their precious memories back. This statement received variety of response, right from flood of tears to eruption of anger. One of their major concern was also their parents’ reaction.

The session progressed with the reflection sheet “Let’s Face It” wherein they expressed their emotions and supported the same with comments. We further took up the discussion about connection between Kaavya ma’am personal story/their life map and Speech on India.

Learners, through discussion, derived that “History is to the nation as memory is to the individual.” – Arthur Schlesinger, 2007

Homework :

PYP Ex : (If you don’t have book, do it in a paper)

  1. Explain the quote by Michael Crichton in your own words (at least 100 words)- “If you don’t know history, you don’t know anything; you’re a leaf that doesn’t know it’s part of a tree.” You can complement your answer with a drawing/painting, you can write your response in a poem as well.
  2. What do you think is the connection between the past, present and future?

Language : Complete language mixbag in notebook or paper.

Math  : (Submission Tuesday)

  1.  Watch these videos and make notes in notebook, it will help you to clear your doubts of ratio and proportion-
  2. Watch this video and answer the folowing questions in your Math NB-http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/mwnet-math-nbt-shadow/beyond-a-shadow-of-a-doubt/

Who were they looking for? – What clue did they get? – What calculation they did in order to find him? -Were they able to find the man they were looking for?

3. Attempt these exercises from Khan academy –

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-sixth-grade-math/cc-6th-ratios-prop-topic/cc-6th-ratio-word-problems/e/ratio_word_problems

 

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