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Grade 8_Exuberance, Vivacity_Mathematics_Highlights of the week_24/03/2017

Grade 8_Exuberance, Vivacity_Mathematics_Highlights of the week_24/03/2017

Dear Parents,
Here are the highlights of the work done in this week:

  1. Since there is still a month left for term exams we decided to continue with Mensuration. We covered Prism, difference between prism and pyramid, and Cone.
  2. We looked into how to calculate the surface area and volume of various prism. Based on it completed exercise 6.11 and 6.12.
  3. Later we looked into volume, curved surface area and total surface area of Cone and completed Ex 6.18, 6.19 and 6.21.

Have a nice weekend!!!

Regards,

Swati

Mathematics: Constructions

Mathematics: Constructions

Grade7 – G7 Cognizance
Homework assigned by: karan.chevli@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Mon Mar 27 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear all,

Refer the two videos posted in Cognizance Google classroom and construct all the angles and perpendicular bisector of a line segment in your math notebook.

Important note:
1. Whenever you set a measurement in compass, keep the measurement same for making an arc.

2. We need to construct angles using compass.

3. While bisecting angles, first we need to make 80 degree using a protractor and then we need to bisect using a compass. Note: One arc taking any small measurement we need to make an arc keeping compass point on vertex and using that end points of an arc we need to do further.
Expected Time: 45

Mathematics: Constructions

Mathematics: Constructions

Grade7 – G7 Insight
Homework assigned by: karan.chevli@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Mar 28 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear all,

Refer the two videos posted in Insight Google classroom and construct all the angles and perpendicular bisector of a line segment in your math notebook.

Important note:
1. Whenever you set a measurement in compass, keep the measurement same for making an arc.

2. We need to construct angles using compass.

3. While bisecting angles, first we need to make 80 degree using a protractor and then we need to bisect using a compass.
Expected Time: 45

Grade_9_IM_Highlights_of_the_week

Grade_9_IM_Highlights_of_the_week

Dear Parents,

Here is the update of what we have done in last week,

  1. Started new unit named Probability.
  2. Activity was done to introduce topic to students like bifurcating different situations as per their probability value and flipping coin 10 times & then 50 times to understand the concept of Theoretical vs Practical Probability.
  3. Exercises based on the topics taught are solved in classroom from the textbook.

Thanks and Regards,

Jaykumar Barot

Highlights of the day and Homework, 24th March, 2017

Highlights of the day and Homework, 24th March, 2017

Dear Parents,

Highlights:

They polished their research skills using the Big Six research tool. They practised ICT tools which will help them to organise and present their work during PYP exhibition. Students were grouped with their peers who have similar interests with respect to cultural aspects and refined their inquiry.

Homework:

Thanks and regards

Himani Mehta

Highlights of the day 24-03-17

Highlights of the day 24-03-17

Day 4

Language

Dictation was conducted.
New word list : interesting, expect, except, indicate, compare, elements, compare, silent, built, guess, include, circle, heavy, pair, special, material, system, muscle, able, power.

UOI

Learners took formative assessment on muscular system.

Homework

Math 

Learn tables from 12 to 20.

Solve the following division sums :

a) 843 / 45                b) 999/99              c) 318 / 69         d) 901 / 10                e) 981 / 7         f) 435 / 5

UOI 

Solve the given worksheet.

 

Highlights of the week: G11_Mathematical_Studies_SL

Highlights of the week: G11_Mathematical_Studies_SL

Dear Parents,

Greetings. Last week, we have started with the new Unit –  Statistical Applications in continuation to train students with the ICT tools that are helpful to write their I.A. Prject . Following are the highlights of learning outcomes and activities during last two weeks : –                                    

  • Normal Probability Distribution problem solving.
  • Inverse probability calculation
  • Usage of GDC to view the left, right and central tail of a Normal Probability Distribution
  • Application of  Chi Squared test ( clearly understood that the topic is beyond scope of current syllabus but may be applied for IA project )
  • Formation of table of observation and expected value on GDC
  • Meaning of degree of claculation, critical values and level of significance
  • Hand calculations of chi squared test
  • The regression line for y on x and x on y with its meaning
  • Application of the line of regression for prediction purpose
  • Exercises 5A , 5B, 5C fully solved in the class, 5H solved partially and taken as home assignment.

Please check the status of work done by them at home on everyday basis and feel free to communicate with us through DD communication of Nucleus.

Thanks and regards,

Ranjeet Dutta & Jaykumar Barot

Educator – Mathematics | FS

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (20th to 24th March 2017)

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week (20th to 24th March 2017)

Dear Parents,

Here’s what we did this week:

  1. Students learned about different angles formed in parallel lines when cut by a transversal (Corresponding angles, alternate angles, co-interior angles, supplementary angles, Vertically opposite angles). They could also build a relationship between these angles. For this they did an activity, where they drew a pair of parallel lines and a transversal cutting these lines. They measured each angle and then it became easier for them to relate different pair of angles.
  2. They learnt about different mathematical terminologies used in the lines and angles.
  3. Students did sums from worksheet.
  4. This week they also got some slots to prepare for their coming annual performance.

Thanks and Regards,

Grade 7 Math team