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Grade 2: Dictation Words!!

Grade 2: Dictation Words!!

Dear parents,

We are changing the dictation pattern to make it more effective, so henceforth it will be a surprise dictation test which will be taken on any day of the week. So, make sure that the students learn the dictation words over the weekend. The dictation words are as follows:

set
put
end
does
another
well
large
must
big
even
such
because
turn
here
why
ask
went
men
read
need
land
different
home
us
move

Regards,

Grade 2

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

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

Highlights:

Language:

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.

L.D:

Exercise of Week 17, Day 5 in L.W.E was discussed in class.

Math:

F.A. on dodging of multiplication tables was conducted.

U.O.I:

Read aloud of the book ‘Grandfather’s Journey’ by Allen S was done and a discussion was taken up in the class. Students also presented their understanding and compared Grandfather’s experience with their own experiences by using the graphic organizer – venn diagram.

Homework:

Language:

Rewrite the short story of “The cunning fox and stork”  under the headings of beginning, middle and end in the language notebook. http://www.kidsworldfun.com/shortstories_foxandstork.php

Math: Revise multiplication tables.

Regards,

Bhumika 🙂

Highlights and Homework for 9th March

Highlights and Homework for 9th March

Homework:

 

UOI:

1)Write Cyclic reflection keeping in mind the checklist.

Math:

1) Aiden found 6 pieces of milk chocolate in two boxes of assorted chocolate. How many pieces of milk chocolate would he probably find in 12 boxes of assorted chocolate?

2) A bookstore sold 16 books in 5 days. At this rate of sales, how many days will it take the store to sell 96 books?

3) Steve washed 15 cars in 3 hours. How many cars can he wash in 7 hours?

4)A photographer can take 12 pictures in 5 minutes. How long will it take him to take 132 pictures?

5)12 rotten tomatoes are usually found in every four boxes. How many rotten tomatoes would likely be found in 14 boxes?

6) A pack of six cans of coffee cost $12. How much would 19 cans of coffee cost?

Happy Learning!!

Regards

Richa Sarda

HRT- Grade 6 Enlighten.

Recap of the day – 9/3/17

Recap of the day – 9/3/17

Math – Learners practiced division sums.
Portfolio work was done.
Read aloud of the book “Sorry I forgot to ask”.
U OI – Learners  discussed about bones and skeletal system.
Homework 
Math - Worksheet has been given with explicit instructions.
Language-Read chapter 21 and write the difficult words with their meanings in the language notebook.
Maintain the reading log.
Highlights and Homework for 9th March, 2017

Highlights and Homework for 9th March, 2017

[Highlight Of The Day]

[PYP exhibition]

  • Students explored various centers yesterday where they sorted some pictures that represented arts, food items, religions, ceremonies, festivals, different people etc. This lead them to understand the elements that mold an individual’s personality. They were able to conclude that all these categories are elements of culture.
  • After the exploration students contemplated on a few and discussed their understanding in small groups, followed by whole class discussion.  -https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=57KW6RO8Rcs

[Math]

  • Students attempted their summative assessment task for ‘Ratio and Proportion.’
  • After the summative assessment was collected it was discussed in detail with the students.

[Homework]

  • 1) Aiden found 6 pieces of milk chocolate in two boxes of assorted chocolate. How many pieces of milk chocolate would he probably find in 12 boxes of assorted chocolate?
  • 2) A bookstore sold 16 books in 5 days. At this rate of sales, how many days will it take the store to sell 96 books?
  • 3) Steve washed 15 cars in 3 hours. How many cars can he wash in 7 hours?
  • A photographer can take 12 pictures in 5 minutes. How long will it take him to take 132 pictures?
  • 12 rotten tomatoes are usually found in every four boxes. How many rotten tomatoes would likely be found in 14 boxes?
  •  A pack of six cans of coffee cost $12. How much would 19 cans of coffee cost?

An excerpt of a really informative article (excerpt from-http://www.exeter.ac.uk/fch/work-experience/reflective-writing-guidance.pdf) on writing reflections is shared with you. Go through it and take quality notes on a sheet of paper.

Highlights of the day : March 9

Highlights of the day : March 9

UOI:

Read aloud of the book ”The hard stuff ! All about bones ” by Lisa Trumbauer  was done in the class.

Math:

Learners’ solved 2/2 division sums independently.

Lang:

Magic faraway reader CH-20 was done in class.

Homework

Math:

 

  • Follow the link and do the division activity.

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

  • complete the given worksheet

Lang:

Magic Faraway :Read chapter-21 and write the difficult words with their meanings in the lang notebook.

Grade 5, Reciprocity – Homework for 9th March, 2017.

Grade 5, Reciprocity – Homework for 9th March, 2017.

Math : Solve the following in your Notebook.

Draw a line AB of 5 cm.
Draw a line segment DC of 8 cm.
Show a point Z
Draw a ray XY of 2 cm.
Draw a line PQ 9 cm.
Draw a line segment ST of 4 cm.
Draw a ray LM of 12 cm.

Language :  Write answers to Q. 2, 3, 10 and 11 from Pg. 117 of Empowering English.

Dictation words – emperor, legend, corpse, resides, fragments, phantom, cacophony,scurried,wretched, valiant”

UOI : watch the video and construct at least 2 hypothesis of your choice in UOI notebook.

Highlights and homework for the day!!! (09/03/2017)

Highlights and homework for the day!!! (09/03/2017)

Highlights:

Language:

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.

L.D:

Exercise of Week 17, Day 4 in L.W.E was discussed in class.

Math:

F.A. on dodging of multiplication tables was conducted.

U.O.I:

Read aloud of the book ‘Grandfather’s Journey’ by Allen S was done and a discussion was taken up in the class. Students also presented their understanding and compared Grandfather’s experience with their own experiences by using the graphic organizer – venn diagram.

Homework:

Language:

Rewrite the short story of “The cunning fox and stork”  under the headings of beginning, middle and end in the language notebook. http://www.kidsworldfun.com/shortstories_foxandstork.php

Math: Revise multiplication tables.

Regards,

Sagarkanya.

Grade 5 Alliance – 9th March’17

Grade 5 Alliance – 9th March’17

[Highlight]

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Learners explored deeper into the topic ‘Materials’ by watching a video on ‘Physical and Chemical’ changes. They were divided into groups called ‘Thinkers’, ‘Inquirers’, ‘Reflectors’, ‘Communicators’ and ‘Listeners’ in order to gather their understanding on physical and chemical changes. All through the discussion they were able to compare and contrast with the help of instances from the video as well as their everyday experiences, on the changes substances undergo. Some of the learners were able to reason and reflect on their ambiguity around temporary and permanent changes and were able to confidently explain by the end of the video. To sum up the session, their responses were recorded on a chart paper using a ‘T-Diagram’.

Here are few glimpses of the same :

[Homework]

[Math]

A)  Complete the given tasks in the geometry notebook.

1.  Draw a line AB of 5 cm.
2.  Draw a line segment DC of 8 cm.
3.  Show a point Z
4.  Draw a ray XY of 2 cm.
5.  Draw a line PQ 9 cm.
6.  Draw a line segment ST of 4 cm.
7.  Draw a ray LM of 12 cm.

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Bring / illustrate any of the two options from the below mentioned concepts in the A3 sheet provided to you.

1.  Physical changes and chemical changes
2.  Reversible and irreversible changes
3.  States of matter and its properties
4.  Usage of materials

Highlights and Homework for 9th March 2017

Highlights and Homework for 9th March 2017

Highlights:-

UOI:-

Students were divided into 5 groups and each of the groups were given 5 photographs to observe the commonalities and differences amongst them with respect to culture. They then had to bifurcate these photographs into categories based o these traits. Once students bifurcated their photographs, they then had to move to next table to follow the same process. Later, we as a class discussed some quotes which define culture.

Math:-

Students had a summative assessment on ratio and proportion.

Homework:-

Take notes for each paragraph and then write the summary of ‘A Fishy Tale’ by Jerome K.Jerome,  from the chapter Tall Tales from Empowering English Page no. 35.