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Highlights and Homework – 27/03/2017

Highlights and Homework – 27/03/2017

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For being reflective in the class – Tushya

Well done!!! 🙂 😀

Highlights:

UOI:

Central Idea was disclosed through ‘Word Splash’ and was explained to the students.

Math:

Students revised the concept of Framing Good questions for conducting survey wherein they practiced making Dichotomous, Multiple Choice and Continuum Questions.

Homework:

The students will frame one question for each category (Dichotomous, Multiple Choice and Continuum) on the topic “Homework” in their math notebook.

 

Regards,

Tasneem

Highlights and homework for the day!!! (27/03/2017)

Highlights and homework for the day!!! (27/03/2017)

Highlights:

Math:

Students revised all the 3-D shapes and wrote the names along with their properties in the math note book.

U.O.I:

Students watched the following videos on ‘the partition of India and Pakistan’, which helped them understand that it was the world’s largest mass migration and had its own implications.

  1. 1947 Indian Independence rare color video clip–      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXFc0biIhV4
  2. India & Pakistan Separation 1947 (3:24 sec.)—-         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqIy_RXaApk

Read aloud of the book “Funny Bones” by Janet and Allan Ahlberg was done in class.

Homework:

Math:

  1. Play the game related to 3D shapes for revision at home link : http://www.primaryinteractive.co.uk/online/longshape3d.html
  2. Write 2 to 3 examples of real life objects of the following 3D shapes in your math note books-  Cube, Cuboid, Sphere, Cone, Triangle based pyramid, Square based pyramid and Prism.

Regards,

Sagarkanya.

Recap of the day – 27/3/17

Recap of the day – 27/3/17

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

Teacher read and explained the article on circulatory system .

Language –Learners’ were divided in groups and they chose a topic to debate on.

Homework

Math – Solve the following word problems:
a) Teacher places 55 books on a shelf. Each shelf holds 9 books. How many shelves does the teacher fill? How many books will remain?

b) Nishka has 28 pencils. She shares them among her 5 friends. How many pencils will each friend get? How many pencils will remain with her?

U O I –  Learners need to read the article  and watch the  video  on circulatory and write questions and doubts in their U O I notebook (which will be discussed in tomorrow’s session.)

Link of the video :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-s5iCoCaofc

Highlights and Homework of 27th March, 2017

Highlights and Homework of 27th March, 2017

Highlights:

Language:  The students wrote a narrative paragraph on “The best day of School” independently, following the writing process (pre-writing, drafting, revisiting and editing) which they will publish after they get feedback from the teacher.

Homework:

Language: Those who have not completed the revisiting /editing of the narrative writing will complete it from home.

Math: FA corrections to be done.

NOTE: Kindly acknowledge the FA books by signing it.

Highlights and Homework – 27th March, 2017

Highlights and Homework – 27th March, 2017

Day 5 – Monday.

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

U O I: Learners read an article on blood circulation system.

Homework

Math:

Task 1 : Solve the following division sums:
a) 84 / 7 b) 854 / 78 c) 98 / 7 d) 63 / 41

Task 2 : Solve the following word problem:
a) Amaan has 35 ribbons. There are 7 ribbons on each table. How many tables does he have?

Have a good day! 🙂

Recap of the day – 27th March, 2017

Recap of the day – 27th March, 2017

Day 5, Monday

 

Language: Demonstration passage from Empowering English was read.

Math: Learners solved the division word problems with remainders.

Homework:

Math: Solve the following word problems:
a) Teacher places 55 books on a shelf. Each shelf holds 9 books. How many shelves does the teacher fill? How many books will remain?

b) Nishka has 28 pencils. She shares them among her 5 friends. How many pencils will each friend get? How many pencils will remain with her?

Solve the following division sums:

a) 356 / 9      b) 652 / 28     c) 327 / 55        d) 654 / 67

 

Highlights and Homework of the day: 27th March

Highlights and Homework of the day: 27th March

Language :

  • Students prepared Draft 3 after editing. After working on the feedback by the teacher, students finally published their work.
  • Summative assessment was conducted.

Maths:

  • Students revised the different concepts of Math through Kahoot.

UOI:

  • Students watched videos on the ‘Story of Migration of Mahatma Gandhi’ and ‘the partition of India and Pakistan’, which helped them understand that it was the world’s largest mass migration and had its own implications.

Homework:

1)Play the game related to 3D shapes at home link : http://www.primaryinteractive.co.uk/online/longshape3d.html

2)Shapes: Find any 4 real life objects (for each 3D shape taught in the class) from your surroundings and write their names in your notebook.

3)The students need to frame sentences by using the following noun pairs: 1)candles, birthday 2) fish, river 3) lion, jungle 4) sand, toys.

Regards,

Runa Nath (HRT)

 

Highlights and Homework- 27/3/17

Highlights and Homework- 27/3/17

[Language]

The students wrote a narrative paragraph on “The best day of School” independently, following the writing process (pre-writing, drafting, revisiting and editing) which they will publish after feedback from the teacher.

[Math]

The students appeared for a Formative assessment to check for their understanding of word problems based on Fractions.

[Unit Of Inquiry]

The students discussed the details for the upcoming business fair in groups. They also reflected on the survey and identified the resources needed for the fair.

[Homework]

[Language]

LWE week 20 day 4 has to done in Language notebooks.

[Math]

FA corrections to be done.

NOTE: The FA books have been sent along for acknowledging. Some students’ earlier FA have also not been signed by parents. Please check and do the needful. Remember to send the FA notebooks back tomorrow.

Leap activity

Leap activity

This cycle grade 1 students constructed meaning about the possibility of an event to occur (probability). In math they were introduced to the vocabulary like-  Impossible,May be,Likely,Unlikely with many real life examples.Now, in leap they revised it with more examples.First teacher gave one example  then she asked the students to think and reflect on different possibilities with real life situations.Whatever example students gave for different possible chances teacher made them think about the reason why did they think like this or what are the things helped them to come to a conclusion that this things will never happen,surely happen or have some chances . Students were given a few situations written on chits and were asked to think logically about  the chances of occurrence of those events.The enthusiastic students used their comprehension skills and could analyze or sort out the different possible chances for different situations.

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Regards,

Jayeeta Chakraborty

Design for PYP Exhibition Invitation Cards

Design for PYP Exhibition Invitation Cards

Dear Students,

Now that the PYP exhibition is just round the corner and we are all working hard for the same, we would want visitors / audience to showcase our hard work. In order to attract audience, we need to send invites.

We will be sending invitation card to the parents and other schools, for which we need some students art work for the invitation card. Students are encouraged to volunteer and submit their creative art work latest by Friday,  31st March 2017 so that we can use the same to design the invitation cards.

Submit your work to your teacher in charge.

Regards,

Zahabiyah Shaikhmahmood