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Grade 7 _ Details of the Trip to Dandi & Daman on 10th March 2017.

Grade 7 _ Details of the Trip to Dandi & Daman on 10th March 2017.

Dear Students & Parents,

Please note that Grade 7 will be going to Dandi & Daman on 10th March 2017, on one day Trip. Departure will be from Vanita Vishram at 5.45 AM, so parents are requested to reach the Venue between 5.15-5.30 AM. The tentative arrival is 9.30 PM, in case of any deviation, parents shall be informed through SMS.

Also, students need to come in complete school uniform including school T shirt (Not the sports T-shirt) full pants (trousers) and school shoes & socks. The students who will not adhere to the said policy will not be allowed to board the bus. The students who do not have full pants, are requested to arrange/ buy the same, as for the field trips, it is compulsory to wear full pants as per the school policy.

Please follow Friday food policy and students are supposed to carry water bottle, some snacks and a book & pen.

Also, please note that the students who have confirmed their presence but  do not report for the said Trip,even then the amount will be deducted from the Imprest.

The total cost of the Trip will be around  Rs. 950/- to 1050/-

Regards,

Team-Integrated Humanities.

 

Highlights and Homework for 7th March 2017

Highlights and Homework for 7th March 2017

Class Of The Month: Radiating Resilience

[Highlight Of The Day]

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

Language: The teacher with the students’ input  identified and added transition words to the writing piece.

Homework

Language: A) 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.

B) Write a short piece (60- 80 words) on your experience of interviewing your favorite sports person. Pay attention to the types of questions you will ask (exploratory or factual) and the conventions to writing dialogues in narratives.

Math: Solve the following in your Math notebook:

a) A store had 4 boxes of milk cake. How many days would it take to sell the milk cake if each day they sold 1/4 of a box?

b) Sana has 5 jars of nuts. She eats 2/10 of nuts each day. How many days will the cookies last for?

c) How many 1/4 cup servings are in 5 cups of milk?

Keep reading 🙂

Highlights and Homework for 7th March, 2017

Highlights and Homework for 7th March, 2017

[Highlight Of The Day] [PYP exhibition]

Homework

  • Solve the following problems in your Maths NB1. Three T-shirts cost 15 dollars. How much do 5 T- shirts cost?

    2. A child can run 5 blocks in 2 minutes. How long does it take the child to run 8 blocks, at the same speed?

    3. Making 5 apple pies requires 2 pounds of apples. How many pounds of apples are needed to make 8 pies?

    4. A ball dropped from a tall building, falls 16 feet in the first second. How far does it fall in two seconds?

    5. A child can run 4 blocks in 2 minutes. How long does it take the child to run 12 blocks?

    6.   Physics tells us that weights of objects on the moon are proportional to their weights on Earth. Suppose an 180 lb man weighs 30 lb on the moon. What will a 60 lb boy weigh on the moon?

    7. Suppose an 180 lb man weighs 30 lb on the moon. What will a 60 lb boy weigh on the moon?

    8. A sample of 96 light bulbs consisted of 4 defective ones. Assume that today’s batch of 6,000 light bulbs has the same proportion of defective bulbs as the sample. Determine the total number of defective bulbs made today.

Answer the questions in your PYP exhibition notebook:-

  • What was the pattern and connection across all the centers? What is the Big idea or commonality between all the stations? Think critically, make connections with the classroom discussions. (minimum 10 sentences)
Recap of the day – 7/3/17

Recap of the day – 7/3/17

Math - Learners practiced division sums with remainder (two digit by two).
Language- Formative assessment was taken and the learners made a poem using different dog names.
U O I – Learners had a discussion based on the questions written by them on the wonder wall.
HOMEWORK –
Math – play the game link is given below
Do the following sums in the math homework notebook:
a) 60 / 12              b) 75 / 15              c) 76 / 19
Language - Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UldmGxpdmfQ and make verses using rhyming words with different dog names for your poem as practiced in the class.(Language notebooks have been sent).
 
Maintain the reading log.

 

Highlights and homework of 7th March

Highlights and homework of 7th March

Day 4

Highlights

UOI: Learners explored five centres. Some of the resources from the centres are as below :

Housesovertheyears

Patang

http://study.com/academy/lesson/the-kush-civilization-ancient-egypt.html

https://www.scoopwhoop.com/Siddi-Tribe-Of-Africa-In-Gujarat/#.qb3ehoctw

 

http://www.ancient-code.com/shocking-similarities-between-ancient-civilizations-a-hidden-pattern-that-explains-it-all/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBIaBb1q0RM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL1_otmYfcQ

At one of the centre, a read aloud session was taken up about a girl name Urpi. Learners  also watched short videos about life of Charlie Chaplin, Messi and Hitler. Further, they explored severals books like Children’s great explorer encyclopedia, the illustrated timeline of Inventions, Encyclopedia of great explorers, Mistakes that worked by Charlotte Foltz Jones, Great Junior Encyclopedia of Inventions and many more books.

Based on their exploration, learners noted their reflection in the form of I see, I think and I wonder. Discussion will be taken in the next session.

Math: Students solved word problems of Ratio and proportion in their Math notebook.

Homework:

Math: Complete remaining word problems from the worksheet shared in the class.

Solve the following  in your Math notebook:

  1. Physics tells us that weights of objects on the moon are proportional to their weights on Earth. Suppose an 180 lb man weighs 30 lb on the moon. What will a 60 lb boy weigh on the moon?
  2. The ratio of number of boys and girls is 4 : 3. If there are 18 girls in a class, find the number of boys in the class and the total number of students in the class.
  3. The ratio of number of male and female teachers in a school is 3 : 4. If there are 16 female teachers, find the number of male teachers.

Answer whether the following statements are true or false

(a) 25 : 35 = 45 : 55

(b) 105 : 30 = 49 : 14

(c) 45 : 48 = 60 : 64

(d) 2/3 : 7/9 = 3/4 : 5/6

(e) 4.2 : 12.6 = 1.5 : 4.5

(f) 12 : 18 = 28 : 12

 Questions taken from :http://www.math-only-math.com

 

Highlights of the day: 7 March

Highlights of the day: 7 March

Math:

Learners’ solved 2/2 division sums independently.

Lang:

Discussed the tasks of Funny poem “Down behind the dustbin” from Empowering English (page no : 75).

Homework:

Lang:

Make verses using rhyming words with dog names for your poem.

Watch the below video for reference:

Math:

Solve the following sums

a) 57÷ 13   b) 98 ÷ 17    c) 65÷21

Note: Language F.A. book is sent home.Kindly go through your child’s performance and sign it.

 

Highlights and homework for the day!!! (07/03/2017)

Highlights and homework for the day!!! (07/03/2017)

Highlights:

Language:

The students were given a table with many options under the headings- What, When, Where, Who, Why and the teacher showed the students how to make funny sentences choosing from any of the options under each heading. The students practiced making such sentences in their language notebook.

L.D:

Week 17, Day 2 was discussed with the students.

Math: 

Teacher revised the tables and then the students solved word problems with multiplication using Area model and traditional method.

U.O.I:

Tuning in to the new unit was done through a PPT of Arijit Singh.

Homework:

Math: To be done in math notebook. 

Solve the multiplication word problems by using area model and traditional method.

Do not copy the questions, only write the statements, solve and write the answer in complete sentence.

  1. A tray has 24 pastries. How many pastries are there in 5 such trays?
  2. A school bus can take 35 students in a single trip. How many students can the bus take in such 5 trips?

Keep on revising tables at home.

L.D: Complete the exercise of Week 16, Days 4 and 5 in “Language With Ease” reference book.

Regards,

Sagarkanya.

Highlight and Homework of 7th March,2017

Highlight and Homework of 7th March,2017

Highlight

Star Of D Day: Jannat (for completing the homework) 🙂

Language: Students read and comprehended Chapter 17 from the reader ‘Charlotte’s Web.’

Homework

Language: Students have to find the meaning of the following words and write in their Language Writing notebook:

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

Highlights and Homework – 7th March, 2017

Highlights and Homework – 7th March, 2017

Dear Parents,

Day 4

Star of the day: Daksh Dhingra and Helly Maniya (For showcasing appropriate classroom behaviour)

Highlight

Language

A discussion upon using transition words in narrative piece was taken up. Next, the teacher modeled adding transition words to a passage she read and later, the students were added their input to the same.

Students read and comprehended Chapter 17 “Uncle” of the reader “Charlotte’s Web”.

Math

The students practiced  real life word problems on different operations of fractions.

Homework

Language:

Student will be reading chapter no. 18 of the charlotte’s web “The cool of the evening” thereafter answer the worksheet given to them by choosing the correct option and rewriting the correct answer below in full sentence.

Student will find the meaning of the word and write it in their language writing book:

sac, nifty, languish, carousing, bloated, humble, bystander, confetti, weary, commotion

Regards,

Malvika Gandhi