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Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week_24/03/2017

Grade 7_Mathematics_Highlights of the week_24/03/2017

Dear Parents,

Here’s what we did this week:

  1. Students learned about different angles made by parallel lines(Corresponding angles, alternate angles, co-interior angles, supplementary 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 angles.
  2. They learnt about different mathematical terminologies used in the lines and angles.
  3. Students were given enough practice from a worksheet and their textbook.
  4. Students further learnt how to construct different angles(30, 45, 60, 90 and 120)
  5. This week they also got some slots to prepare for their coming annual performance.

Thanks and Regards,

Jyoti Khandelwal

Highlights_of_the_week: G10_International_Mathematics_Core

Highlights_of_the_week: G10_International_Mathematics_Core

Dear Parents,

Greetings. This week, we have again started to revise the concepts which were identified on the basis of student’s performance in the recently concluded mock examination. Following were the highlights of learning outcomes and activities during the  week : –

  • Solved the mock examination paper.
  • Differentiated approach to solve individual doubts.
  • Concept of Circle Geometry was revised.
  • Solved paper component 1 of IGCSE International Mathematics Core 0444.
  • Suggestion given to address command terms and effective usage of GDC.
  • Work Assignment given for weekend and posted on Google Classroom.

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,

Educator – Mathematics | FS

Highlights of the day: March 24

Highlights of the day: March 24

UOI:

Few learning engagements were catered related to respiratory system in PE.Later, learners’ were showed a video on “Respiratory system” and they reflected their understanding for the same.

Lang:

Dictation was conducted.

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

Math:

Learners’ solved the division word problems (without remainders).

Homework:

Math:

  • Solve the following division sums:

a) 84 / 7       b) 88/ 18

  • Solve the following word problems:
    a) Krish has 35 ribbons. There are 7 ribbons on each table. How many tables does he have?

b) Rs. 325 are distributed equally among 13 men. How much                   amount will each person get?

UOI:

Complete the given worksheet as explained in class.

ENJOY THE WEEKEND !!

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 4

Highlights and homework of the day – Day 4

Langauge:

  • Read aloud was done.

UOI: Where we are in place and time:

  • Learners watched a video of the story ‘Brother in Hope’ part 1 by Mary Williams. The book tells the frank but hopeful story of many orphaned boys who struggle to survive war and hunger in the Sudan.

Reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ892rcip2k

Homework

  • Students will solve the two worksheets given.

Regards,

Shruti 🙂

Recap of the day – 24/3/17

Recap of the day – 24/3/17

Math –Learners solved the division word problems (without remainders). 

Learners self checked their homework.

Language - The concept of ‘Debate’ was introduced in the class. Learners were tuned in to the word ‘Debate’.

Portfolio work was done.

HOMEWORK - 

Language –   Read chapter 26 of the reader.

Math - Solve the following division sums:
a) 84 / 7 b) 88/ 8

Solve the following word problem:
a) Krish has 35 ribbons. There are 7 ribbons on each table. How many tables does he have?

 

U O I –  Play the game based on “Muscular system “the link is given below:-

https://www.purposegames.com/game/2f94bd2050

Highlights and Homework – 24/03/2017

Highlights and Homework – 24/03/2017

Dear parents,

Unit Of Inquiry:

Students enthusiastically hosted the ‘Business Fair’ and showcased their understanding of the concepts ‘Demand, Supply and Exchange’.

(Note: Pictures will be posted on the blog by Monday)

[Math]

Students appeared for the Formative Assessment on ‘Fraction – Word Problems’.

Note: FA notebooks have been sent, kindly acknowledge by signing.

[Homework]

[Math]

Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

  1. Ria ate 12/15 of a cake and Piya ate 6/9  of a cake. Find out who ate more cake and by how much?
  2. Ram read 5/6  of Charlotte’s Web and Sam read 5/7 of Charlotte’s Web? Find out who is ahead in reading the book?
  3. Payal ate 2/8 of a watermelon in the noon and 2/4 of the watermelon in the evening. How much watermelon did she consume in a day? What fraction of watermelon is left out?
  4. Write all the factors of 84 and circle all the prime factors.
  5. Write all the factors of 60 and circle all the composite factors.
  6. Simplify and check whether 18/ 36 and 45/90 are equivalent or not.
  7. Arrange 12/13, 6/13, 4/13 , 13/13 in ascending order.
  8. Arrange 1/20, 15/20, 4/20 , 13/20  in descending order.
  9. Write 3 multiples of 23.
  10. Which fraction size is bigger? 3/8 or 3/6

Note: Students have to bring the ‘Book Review’ prepared by them on Monday.

Regards,
Pinky Shah

Highlights and Homework of 24th March, 2017

Highlights and Homework of 24th March, 2017

Highlights:

Math: Homework discussion was taken up followed by the formative assessment of unlike fractions.

Language: Students completed the pre-writing and drafting of narrative writing piece on “My first day of Grade 4” following the writing process.

Homework:

Math: Solve the following in your math notebook.

  1. Ria ate 12/15 of a cake and Piya ate 6/9  of a cake. Find out who ate more cake?
  2. Ram reads 5/6  pages and Sam reads 5/7 pages  of Charlotte’s Web? Find out who is ahead in reading the book?
  3. Payal ate 2/8 of a watermelon in the noon and 2/4of a watermelon in the evening. How much watermelon did she consume in a day? What fraction of watermelon is left out?
  4. Write all the factors of 84 and circle all the prime factors.
  5. Write all the factors of 60 and circle all the composite factors.
  6. Simplify and check whether 18/ 36 and 45/90 are equivalent or not.
  7. Arrange 12/13, 6/13, 4/13 1nd 13/13 in ascending order.
  8. Arrange 1/20, 15/20, 4/20 1nd 13/20  in descending order.
  9. Write 3 multiples of 23.
  10. Which fraction size is bigger? 3/8 or 3/6