Greetings. This week, we have continued with the final revision with Cambridge University Press published Exam Preparation Guide by Paul Fannon and others. We have done the practice set problems and also seen the tips on errors to be avoided.
Following were the highlights of learning outcomes and activities during the week : –
- All doubts of individual students were clarified.
- Revision of the unit Mathematical Models, Statistical Applications
- Worksheet given for the full revision of the all units. Photocopy of the extracts from Fannon et al is given to the students for practice.
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Thanks and regards,
Ranjeet Dutta and Ruchita Patel
Mathematics Educators, FS
We learnt the following topics in this week in Paper 3 Calculus :
(i) Approximating functions using Taylor or Maclaurian Series
(ii) Lagrange’s remainder formula to find the upper bound error
(iii) Introduction to Slope fields and Isocline which help to estimate the graph of a function by analyzing the patterns of slope on a grid.
Above mentioned topics were well learnt with the help of online simulator to observe the patterns of slope fields and isocline. Past paper questions were practiced to master these topics.
This is to inform you that we have started with the revision for the term 2 examination.
The following topics have been revised along with the rigorous practice :
(i) Sequences and Series
(ii) Binomial Expansion
The checked test papers of Calculus have been handed over to the students.
Here are the highlights of this week:
- We have started revision for Final Term examination. We revised the formulas and concepts of Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest, Profit & Loss, Algebraic Identities.
- Students also solved Revision worksheet 1, 2 and 3 in the class.
Have a nice weekend!!
As the year of fun and learning comes to an end, we have planned a field trip to Ã¢â‚¬Å“Funky MonkeyÃ¢â‚¬Â in VR mall for our students of Early Years. Students will go there directly from school and parents are supposed to pick them at 3:15 pm sharp along with your bearer card. Please do not come there before and meet your child. Kids will have their lunch in school and leave for Funky Monkey. All the sections will be going on separate days, so kindly make note of the same.The amount will be Rs 125 per child and it will be deducted from imprest amount.
Kindly take a note for the following dates:
10th April: Indigo and White
11th April: Red and Violet
12th April: Orange and Yellow
14th April: Blue and Green
P.S: Kindly wait outside FUNKY MONKEY ONLY.
Jr KG ream
Students appeared for the Summative Assessment.
Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:
a) Aashka had 24 beads. 6 were yellow, 6 were orange, 5 were red, and 7 were purple. What fraction of her beads were EITHER red or purple?
b)Riansh collects sports cards. He has six baseball cards, three football cards, four hockey cards, and three basketball cards. What fraction of his sports cards are hockey cards? Make sure you reduce the fraction to its lowest terms.
c)A train arrives at the station with 150 passengers on board. 2/5 of the passengers get off the train in Bombay. How many passengers are still in the train ?
d) If Raj ate 5/12 of a pie and Rahul ate 2/5 of a pie, find out who ate more pie and by what fraction?
Simplify the following:
Note: Students have to revise the tables till 12. ThereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll be a dodging test on Monday.
Students have to make a presentation on their experience of Ã¢â‚¬ËœBusiness FairÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ using Ã¢â‚¬ËœGoogle SlidesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ and share it with their HRT.
There should be minimum 4 slides including the following:
- A key learning from the business fair
- Skills and subskills applied during the business fair (mention how and where you applied them)
- Two things that you liked the most during the process of planning and conducting the business fair.
- Two things that you could have done in a Ã‚Â better way.
Here’s what we did this week:
- We started with a new topic Ã¢â‚¬ËœTrianglesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢. Students learnt about classification of Triangles.
- Further students made two different triangles and measured each angle of a triangle and did sum of all the angles of a triangle. Through this experiment, they understood that angles in a triangle always add up to 180 degrees.Ã‚Â
- Then students learnt Ã¢â‚¬ËœExterior angle of a triangleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢. It was explained through hypothetical values. They understood that exterior angle of a triangle equals to the sum of the opposite two interior angles of a triangle.
- This week they got two days to prepare for their annual performance.
- Weekend H.W. has been given.
Thanks and Regards,
Grade 7 Math Team