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Recap of the day – 6th March, 2017

## Recap of the day – 6th March, 2017

Day 3, Monday

Math:Ã‚Â Learners practiced division sums.

Language:Ã‚Â The poem Ã¢â‚¬Å“Down the DustbinÃ¢â‚¬Â from Empowering EnglishÃ‚Â was done.

Homework:

Math:Ã‚Â

Task 1: Solve the following division sums:

a) 98/ 27

b) 32 / 16

c) 41 / 21

d) 97 / 32

e) 54 / 29

Task 2: Click on the below given link and play the game:

http://www.fun4thebrain.com/Division/reindeercafediv.html

‘Grade 3 Innovate: Highlights and homework – 6th March 2017’

## ‘Grade 3 Innovate: Highlights and homework – 6th March 2017’

Day 3, Monday.

UOI: Discussion on the learning engagements performed for the new unit was done.

Math : Learners practiced 2 by 2Ã‚Â division sums which have remainder. They verified their answers by using the formula ( Dividend = Divisor X Quotient + Remainder). Learners also learnt to solve division sums using multiplication technique.

ICT:Ã‚Â  Different stages from Code Studio was done by learners using chrome books.

Homework

Solve the following sums: (refer C.W)

I) 98 / 27Ã‚Â Ã‚Â  (II)32 / 16Ã‚Â  (III) 41/ 21

Recap of the day – 6th March, 2017

## Recap of the day – 6th March, 2017

Day 3, Monday

Math:Ã‚Â Learners practiced division sums.

Language:Ã‚Â The poem Ã¢â‚¬Å“Down the DustbinÃ¢â‚¬Â from Empowering EnglishÃ‚Â was done.

Homework:

Math:Ã‚Â

Task 1: Solve the following division sums:

a) 98/ 27

b) 32 / 16

c) 41 / 21

d) 97 / 32

e) 54 / 29

Task 2: Click on the below given link and play the game:

http://www.fun4thebrain.com/Division/reindeercafediv.html

Highlights and Homework – 6th March’17

## Highlights and Homework – 6th March’17

PYP Exhibition:

UOI:-

Learners recalled the main instances from the drama that was presented by Kavya maÃ¢â‚¬â„¢am about her life journey which included information about her identity, her family members, traditions followed in her family etc. Learners wrote their reflection in Ã¢â‚¬ËœFour RÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ worksheet and also concluded that without knowing about the history of our nation, we cannot acknowledge its importance in the present world.

Learners watched a videoÃ‚Â https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgmNkYUL_CwÃ‚Â and understood Ã‚Â importance of studying history? They also discussed aboutÃ‚Â elements included in history Eg- dance, food, wars,monuments,religion,etc. and concluded that everything that has happened in past is history.

Maths :-

Students solved various word problems under ratio and proportion unit.

Homework:

Maths :-

– 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?

PYP Exhibition :-

After understanding the importance of history, rethink and write the answers for the following in your PYP exhibition notebook.

• Explain the quote by Michael Crichton in your own words (at least 100 words)- Ã¢â‚¬Å“If you donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t know history, you donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t know anything; youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re a leaf that doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t know itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s part of a tree.Ã¢â‚¬Â You can complement your answer with a drawing/painting, you can write your response in a poem as well.
• What do you think is the connection between the past, present and future?
• See this video and make noted in your PYP exhibition :-Ã‚Â https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgmNkYUL_Cw
Highlights and Homework for 6th March, 2017

## Highlights and Homework for 6th March, 2017

Day 3

Highlights

U.O.I.

The students watched a video and reflected their understanding of the same in a sheet. A brainstorming session of the terms- demand, supply, producer and consumer was done, where the students shared their understanding of the terms.

Math

The students solved word problems for different operations.

Language

The students read and comprehended a part of Chapter 17 from their reader Charlotte’s Web.

Homework

U.O.I.

Read a story from the following link and identify and note down the goods and services in it:

Math

Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

a) A group of grade 4 Ã‚Â students was standing in line for food.Ã‚Â 4/8Ã‚Â of them were boys andÃ‚Â 2/8Ã‚Â of them were girls. What is theÃ‚Â totalÃ‚Â fraction of students that were standing in a line?
b) Jack ran around 2/6 of the track. Jill ran around 5/6 of the track. How much farther did Jill run than Jack?
c) A box of paper clips fell on the floor. Of the 50 paper clips, Ã‚Â Betty picked up 2/5 and Binny picked up 3/5. Ã‚Â Who picked up more paper clips?

Highlights and Homework – 06/03/2017

## Highlights and Homework – 06/03/2017

Dear parents,

[Math]

Students practiced word problems based on real life application of ‘Fractions’.

[Language]

Students were introduced to ‘Transition words’. Later, they added transition words to a narrative piece given to them with teacher’s support.

Unit Of Inquiry:

Students enthusiastically participated in the ‘Exchange Day’ and understood that people exchange goods only when there is a need. Later, they were read aloud the book, ‘A new coat for Anna’ byÃ‚Â Harriet Ziefert.

[Homework]

[Language]

Students have to find the meaning of the following words and write in their Language Writing notebook: sprinkling, moistened, aloft, blatting, dimes, nickels, grabbed, pickpockets, cautioned, scrambled.

Unit Of Inquiry:

Students have to answer the following questions in their UOI notebook:

1. Give two examples of goods and services used in ourÃ‚Â daily routine.
2. What do you mean by the term ‘Need’?
3. What do you mean by the term ‘Want’?
4. What is the difference between ‘Needs’ and ‘Wants’?

Regards,
Pinky Shah

Highlights and Homework – 6th March, 2017

## Highlights and Homework – 6th March, 2017

Dear Parents,

Day 3,

Star of the day: Hardik Bhaonani, Maria BadriÃ‚Â and Tanish Chaddha (For being a team player)

Highlights

UOI: Students did the Hot potato activity where they independently explored the meaning of the term “production, exchange, goods and service and consumption”. Thereafter they presented their understanding and in turn unveiled the Central Idea of the unit along with the TDT, LOI’S, Key concepts, related concepts and ATL’S – skills, lp and attitudes.

Maths:Ã‚Â Discussion of Mixed bag sums.

Homework

Math:

The students will solve the following word problems:

1. Shalu weeded 5/6 of her yard in the morning and 1/6 of the yard in the afternoon. What part of the yard did she weed altogether?
1. There is a box of pebbles where 1/4 are blue, 2/4 are yellow, and 1/4 are black. What fraction of the box has yellow and black pebbles?
2. You have 18 cookies and want to give 1/3 of them to a friend. How many cookies do you give to your friend?
3. You have 6/8 donuts and you want to give 2/8 of them to a friend. Howmany donuts are left with you?

Language:

Students need to find the meaning of the below given words and note it down in the language writing book:

crawled, ascended, listless, awfully, wearily, clinging, fanning, candied

UOI: For Fun visit the link below to understand the concept of goods and service better:

Regards,

Malvika Gandhi

Highlights and homework for 6th March 2017

## Highlights and homework for 6th March 2017

Highlights:-

UOI:-

Students recalled the main instances from the drama that was presented by Kavya ma’am about her life journey which included information about her identity, her family members, traditions followed in her family etc. Students wrote their reflection in ‘Four R’ worksheet and also concluded that without knowing about the history of our nation, we cannot acknowledge its importance in the present world.

Math:-

Students solved various word problems under ratio and proportion unit.

Homework:-

Solve the remaining word problems from the worksheets shared with you, if not completed in the classroom.

Solve the word problems from the attached document:-

Grade 6 Proportions Worksheet – Proportion word problems

Highlights and Homework- 6/3/17

## Highlights and Homework- 6/3/17

Dear parents,

I have started marking house points within the class based on routines and procedures followed by students. Here is the house status for Tenacity :

Dignity – 1st (0)
Unity- 2nd (-1)
Integrity- 3rd (-6)
Liberty- 4th (-10)

The following students are awarded the Pen license:-
Krish, Ã‚Â Unnati, Ã‚Â AaravÃ‚Â

[Highlight Of The Day]

Math: Word problems based on the division of fractions were modeled and then solved independently by the students later.

UOI: A short story ‘The Little Red Hen’ was read aloud to provide a context for a discussion on production and consumption. After this, the students along with the teacher created a mind map to show the various goods, services, and resources which are linked to the productionÃ‚Â of a simple loaf of bread. The session was concluded by stating that “People who want particular goods and services and are willing to exchange money with the people producing the good or service are called consumers.”
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[Homework]
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Math:-
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Students will solve the following in their notebooks:-
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1. Kavya is painting her house. Each room takesÃ‚Â 1/2 liter of paint.If Kavya hasÃ‚Â 3Ã‚Â liters of paint, how many rooms can she paint?
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2.Ã‚Â Samvit is making a glass of chocolate shake. He needs 1/4 cup of Hershey’s syrup. How many glasses can he make if he has 8 cups of Hershey’s syrup?
3. Dhruv has 1 pack of strawberry juice. If one glass gets filled bu 2/6 of a pack, how many glasses can be served from 1 pack?
4. For making 1 cup of tea I use:
Ã‚Â  Ã‚Â  Ã‚Â 2/3 tsp sugar
1/3 tsp tea leaves
Ã‚Â  Ã‚Â  Ã‚Â 3/4 cup milk
Ã‚Â  Ã‚Â  Ã‚Â 1/4 cup water
Answer the following questions based on my recipe for making 1 cup of tea:-
a) If I have to make 4 cupsÃ‚Â of tea how much water should I use?
b) How much total liquid is used for making for making 1 cup of tea?
c) If I have 6 cups of milk, how many cups of tea will I be able to make?
d) For making 1 cup of tea, how much more milk am I using as compared to water?
UOI:
1.Students will solve this interactive quiz based on their understanding of goods, services, producer, and consumers.
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2. Also,
Jot down the Goods and Services used by you in your UOI notebook while identifying, noting and bifurcating the answers to the question mentioned below:

* What items did you use in getting ready?
* What did you eat and what did you use to eat? Who made it?
* How did you get home? Who dropped you home?

Regards,
Kavita Arora.
Highlights and homework – Day 3 – March 6th

## Highlights and homework – Day 3 – March 6th

PYP Ex : Learners understood the importance of history through the discussion on videos mentioned below :Ã‚Â https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLE-5ElGlPMÃ‚Â & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgmNkYUL_CwÃ‚Â They came up with several reflections like History tells us what has happened in the past and accordingly we can improve in future. History will never fade. We learn about past and make informed choice in the present.

Math : Learners discussed the answers to the homework about shadow. They were also given feedback on formative assessment. Based on the same, they noted down their areas of improvements. They were also informed about the learning goals. Further they continued to practice word problems.

Homework :

PYP Ex :

1. Stick the printout of learner profiles, attitudes and transdisciplinary skills in your pyp ex. journal.
2. Note down the quotes on history from the above video (as discussed in the class)

Math :

1. Complete the worksheet started in the class.
2. Complete the worksheets in your math notebookÃ‚Â Math homeworkÃ‚Â &Ã‚Â Math homework2