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Mathematics: Lines and Angles

Mathematics: Lines and Angles

Grade7 – G7 Vision
Homework assigned by: karan.chevli@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Mar 14 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Dear students,

Kindly take note of the following task and complete:

Ex. 2A from Lines & Angles worksheet in your math notebook or can be done in worksheet if possible for particular questions.

If any doubt, feel free to approach me.
Expected Time: 20

Mathematics: Lines and Angles

Mathematics: Lines and Angles

Grade7 – G7 Insight
Homework assigned by: karan.chevli@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Mar 14 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Dear students,

Kindly take note of the following tasks and complete:

1. Ex. 2A from Lines & Angles worksheet in your math notebook or can be done in worksheet if possible for particular questions.

2. Ex. 2B – Q.1,2,3,4,6,7,10 from Lines & Angles worksheet in your math notebook.

If any doubt, feel free to approach me.
Expected Time: 80

Highlights of the day 09-03-17

Highlights of the day 09-03-17

Day 6

UOI 

Learners watched a video “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUP-D4dKp14” on skeleton system and took notes of the same.

Homework

Math 

Do the given worksheet and go through the following link.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/maths/division/play/popup.shtml

Language

Complete the reading chapter 19 from The Magic Faraway Tree.

Happy Reading 🙂

Hindi Curriculum of Term -2 ,Grade-8 All sections

Hindi Curriculum of Term -2 ,Grade-8 All sections

Dear Students and Parents,

Please take a note of the curriculum to be covered in Second  Term Exam of G- 8

(Paper-1 Reading and Writing)Total marks -50 (Time Duration-2 hour)

Curriculum:
1.Comprehensions  based on the units-

1-सामाजिक रिश्ते  – 10 marks

2-पर्यावरणीय पर्यटन –  10 marks 

3-खेल –10 marks

2  Questions based on the stories from “sankalp pathmala”

(मोतीलाल के दीये,  शिक्षक से राष्ट्रपति )  -10 marks
4. Para phrasing writing of any story -  10 marks

Paper -2 (Listening)Total marks -20(Any of conversation sample or an audio will be played)

Note-We are going to take listening exam paper on 15th March 2017

 (Venue for all sections -X box)

Exam will be taken in the respective Hindi slot.

Time Duration for Listening exam-30 minutes

paper style for Paper -1(Reading and Writing)

(Multiple choice questions (MCQ),one line answers, Fill

in the blanks,match the following,true false, short answers and long answers)

  Regards,
Hindi Team
Student Achievement !!!

Student Achievement !!!

Student Achievement !!!
 
Techradiance is a National Level Championship in association with Radiance, IIT Bombay , aimed at developing student’s interest towards new technologies.
 
69 students from Fountainhead School participated in the “Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security ” workshop on 18th and 19th February 2017. Students formed a group of 4 to 5 members and competed with other groups to make their way to the final round. 
 
Harshiv Gajjar, Tanay Tayal, Manthan Tulsiyani and Granth Naik won the third prize in the category “National Level Championship for CS/IT” at IIT Bombay, on 4th and 5th March 2017. 

 

Regards,

Fountainhead School.

Result & glimpses of Inter school Roller speed skating competition 2016-17

Result & glimpses of Inter school Roller speed skating competition 2016-17

Fountainhead School had organized an Inter school Roller speed skating competition on January 28th 2017.  59 schools were participated for the competition with around 700 participants. Our school won overall championship trophy in  girls category.

Result of  fountainhead school is as follows.

Result of the FS Inter school

Roller speed skating competition 2016-17

No Names Grade Section Category Age group Result
1. Yukti P Begani Sr. Kg Glitter Inline U-8 2nd
2. Arsh N Bhatia 1 Hope Inline U-8 3rd
3. Mudita J Patel 2 Think Quad U-8 3rd
4. Yatna B Sheth 3 Illustrate Inline U-10 3rd
5. Diksha P Jhunjhunwala 4 Responsibility Tenacity U-10 3rd
6. Anushka A Agarwal 4 Freedom Quad U-10 2nd
7. Palaash R Dubey 5 Reciprocity Tenacity U-12 3rd
8. Dishita N Sutaria 5 Conglomerate Inline U-12 1st
9. Vaishnavi V Contractor 5 Alliance Inline U-12 2nd
10. Dishit N Sutaria 5 Reciprocity Inline U-12 2nd
11. Devanshi  V Madhogaria 6 Evolve Tenacity U-12 1st
12. Suhani K Bhattar 6 Excogitate Quad U-14 2nd
13. Khushi V Budhia 8 Verve Inline U-14 2nd
14. Tisha A Gabani 9 Epiphany Inline U-16 1st
15. Vraj T Patel 9 Eureka Inline U-16 3rd
16. Anam S Shaikh 1 Truth Tenacity U-8 Tried her level best
17. Krishiv A Shahi 1 Amity Tenacity U-8 Tried his level best
18. Mohemed Ishaan S Shaikh 1 Harmony Tenacity U-8 Tried his level best
19. Shlok S Patel 1 Truth Quad U-8 Tried his level best
20. Shaurya B Shah 1 Truth Quad U-8 Tried his level best
21. Suhani S Banthia 2 Ponder Quad U-8 Tried her level best
22. Aanya M Ruwala 2 Ponder Tenacity U-8 Tried her level best
23. Dhanvin M Chokkas 2 Wonder Inline U-8 Tried his level best
24. Hriya M Chahwala 2 Create Inline U-8 Tried her level best
25. Sumit P Hirawat 3 Innovate Tenacity U-10 Tried his level best
26. Hitaishi R Somani 3 Illustrate Quad U-10 Tried her level best
27. Harsh P Begani 3 Initiate Inline U-10 Tried his level best
28. Shees M Bandookwala 4 Valour Tenacity U-10 Tried his level best
29. Jiyaa D Parchwani 4 Resilience Tenacity U-10 Tried her level best
30. Nischal N Jogani 4 Valour Quad U-10 Tried his level best
31. Sanyam B Poddar 4 Courage Quad U-10 Tried his level best
32. Maahi A Shah 4 Fortitude Inline U-10 Tried her level best
33. Kinkinie B Dutta 4 Tenacity Inline U-10 Tried her level best
34. Avadhi U Talera 5 Consortium Quad U-12 Tried her level best
35. Nidhi R Malani 5 Coalition Quad U-12 Tried her level best
36. Jainam V Jain 5 Alliance Quad U-12 Tried his level best
37. Kadam M Jain 6 Contemplate Tenacity U-12 Tried his level best
38. Devarsh R Shah 6 Deliberate Tenacity U-12 Tried his level best
39. Yug J Viradia 6 Deliberate Inline U-12 Tried his level best
40. Rudra P Rokad 6 Excogitate Quad U-12 Tried his level best
41. Ujjwal R Bansal 7 Acuity Quad U-14 Absent
42. Nishit  D Mehta 7 Cognizance Quad U-14 Absent
43. Priyam A Chhaparia 7 Perspicacity Inline U-14 Absent
44. Diya A Shah 9 Fortuity Inline U-16 Absent

 

Highlights and Homework for 9th March 2017

Highlights and Homework for 9th March 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

Math: Students were introduced to addition of unlike fractions.

UOI: Students watched a video on Needs and Wants afterwards they reflected on their understanding . They interviewed people from ‘Sickbay, Pantry and Store’ to understand the distribution channel of goods and services which they consume at school. Later, they identified the Second line of inquiry of the unit-‘Distribution of goods and services’.

Language: Students read and comprehended chapter 17 – Uncle, from the reader “Charlotte’s web”. Later, dictation was taken up.

[Homework]

Language: A) Students have to read Chapter 18 from the reader ‘Charlotte’s Web’ and complete the given worksheet.

B) LWE – Week 20 Day 4 and 5

UOI: Visit the link below to understand the concept of distribution channel better:

Keep reading 🙂

Day 6-Highlights and homework of the day!! (9th March, 2017)

Day 6-Highlights and homework of the day!! (9th March, 2017)

UOI:

  • Read aloud of the book ‘Grandfather’s Journey’ by Allen S was done and a discussion was taken up in the class.

Language:

  • Dictation was conducted.
  • Students read the story ‘Bad company‘. They identified the beginning, middle and end of the story and wrote the story in their language notebook under three different headings

Maths:

  •  Students revised the tables with the teacher and then solved multiplication word problems using Area model and traditional method.
  • Formative assessment of Dodging Tables was conducted.

Homework:

  1. Learn and revise the tables from 6 to 9.
  2. Math notebook: Solve the following word problems using area method and traditional method(Vertically):

a. Maria has 8 T-shirts and each t-shirt has 12 buttons. How many buttons are there on all the T-shirts?

b. There are 48 toffees in a jar. How many toffees are there in 6 such jars?

3. Students have to type the story ‘Bad Company’ in google document, this will help students improve their typing speed.

Regards,

Priyanka Chhabra

 

 

 

Day 6-Highlights and homework of the day!! (9th March, 2017)

Day 6-Highlights and homework of the day!! (9th March, 2017)

Language: 

1. Students read the story ‘Bad company‘. They identified the beginning, middle and end of the story and wrote the story in their language notebook under three different headings.

2. To enhance the typing skill, the students were provided with an opportunity to type the story ‘The Forest Picnic‘ creating a new Google Document on Drive.

Math:

1. Formative assessment of Dodging of tables was conducted.

2. Students revised multiplication tables with the teacher and then solved multiplication word problems using Area model and traditional method.

Homework:

1) Math Notebook: Find the product using Traditional method (Vertically):

a. 89 X 5

b. 66 X 8

c. 54 X 7

d. 70 X 9

e. 47 X 4

2) ICT: Story-Empowering English Reference Book – Lesson no. 11 – Fighting Over Things. The students have to type the story given on pg no. 89 in google document, this will help students improve their typing speed.

Important note:

  • Students need to practice dodging of tables on regular basis at home.
  • Please send a book daily for reading during free time in class. Follow the same at home as well.

Regards,

Bhumika Manglani (HRT)

Highlights and homework – 9th March’17

Highlights and homework – 9th March’17

PYP Ex : Learners reflected about the exploration of the centres from the previous session. They established the connection with transdisciplinary theme “Where we are in place and time.” They further understood each aspect of TDT in depth by making connections with each aspects. They explored the quote : History= Past. It is not necessary that only monuments and events have histories, an individual has a history too.They further derived that there is a close connection between understanding history and culture and when we understand history we understand culture.

Language : Learners attempted language reading assessment.

Homework :

Maths :

  • Attempt this worksheet.  Exercise 22.4 (Source : Maths Checkpoint)
  • Solve the following sums :- The ratio of boys to girls in a classroom is 6 to 5. If there are a total of 48 boys in the classroom, find the number of girls in the classroom.
  • On a desk, the ratio of HB pencils to 6B pencils is 3 to 4. If there are a total of 12 HB pencils, what is the number of 6B pencils?
  • In a parking lot, the ratio of cars to buses is 6 to 7. If there are 54 cars, what is the number of buses?
  • The ratio of vowels present in two words is 3 to 5. If the first word contains 6 vowels, find the number of vowels in the second word.
  • The ratio of letters in two words is 5 to 2. If the first word contains 15 letters, find the number of letters in the second word.
  • At a farmhouse, there are 40 cats and 45 dogs. Express this in the form of a ratio.
  • The ratio of girls to boys in a certain grade is 2:3. If there are 225 students in total, find the number of girls and boys.
  • A classroom had 35 glue sticks. If the ratio of glue sticks to glue bottles was 5 : 2, how many glue bottles did the classroom have?
  • A student finished 8 of her homework problems in class. If the ratio of problems she finished to problems she still had left was 4 : 1, how many homework problems did she have total?
  • On a Saturday, a library checked out 52 books. If 24 of the books were fiction, what is the ratio of non-fiction books to fiction books checked out?

Note : Revise the concepts of Ratio and Proportion. You will have your maths Summative Assessment.

FA books are sent home. Parents are requested to acknowledge the same by signing it.