Homework

## Homework

Uoi:

Students have to research about famous personalities who have been physically or mentally challenged and bring pictures or articles on the same.

Math:

Practice area and perimeter online – https://www.mathplayground.com/area_perimeter.html

Have a great day !

Homework for 3rd October 2017

## Homework for 3rd October 2017

Homework

Math

Dear Students,

Play the following game thrice and share your score with me. (All three scores)

http://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_OrbitIntegers.html

Follow the following steps after clicking on the above link.

Play – Write your name – Play now – Start game

[Unit Of Inquiry]
• Recollect the concepts learnt in the class today. Energy, Potential Energy, and Kinetic Energy.
• Research and take notes in your UOI notebook.
• Make sure you learn the definition of a) Energy b) Potential Energy and c) Kinetic Energy.

Note

1- None of your Gujarati books/notebooks were found in the class today. Make sure you bring them to school tomorrow.

2- Ensure that the tasks given by your respective Gujarati teacher are complete. (Pending tasks)

See you all tomorrow… 🙂

Highlights and homework – Day 4 – Oct 3rd

## Highlights and homework – Day 4 – Oct 3rd

UOI: Learners discussed child rights. They also learned with rights comes responsibility.

UOI: Learners were also shown the video clip from the movie Black to understand the struggles faced by the child who was blind, dumb and deaf. They were informed the scene was similar to the life experience of ‘Helen Keller.’ To actually understand the struggles, learners moved around the class using one leg, experienced writing without using hands, picking up the books with using hands, identifying the place and move around keeping their eyes closed. They learned that it is important to be empathetic towards Specially Challenged children without hurting their dignity.

Language: Learners attempted formative assessment for figures of speech ‘Simile’ and comprehension of the poem.

Homework:

UOI:

1. Find out the NGO or Government bodies working towards protection of Child Rights. (Write down the information in your UOI notebook)
2. Find out the full form of UNICEF.

Math:

Task 1: Revise metric units – http://www.onlinemathlearning.com/metric-math.html

Task 2: Practice conversion of metric units and calculating perimeter and area of square and rectangle using below stated link.

Sr. KG Homework For Today!

## Sr. KG Homework For Today!

Dear parents,
The Math homework for today is writing number names 21-30 (2 times) in the notebook.
Kindly follow the classwork format for the same.
Regards,
Sr. KG Team

‘Grade 4, Resilience: Highlights and homework – 3rd Oct. 2017’

## ‘Grade 4, Resilience: Highlights and homework – 3rd Oct. 2017’

Day 4, Tuesday.

Dear Parents,

UOI: Students reflected on the “Hunger banquet” engagement.

FA was taken up on the first LOI – Challenges, risks and opportunities that children encounter (local and global) (Form)

Language: Students took up formative assessment on the figure of speech ‘Simile’.

Math: Students clarified their doubts about area and perimeter through an activity “Math Talk”

Circle Time: Prior knowledge assessment on ‘Sexuality Education’ was taken up.

Homework:
Math: Play this game to revise the concept of area and perimeter:
Language: Find out physically challenged people and their outstanding results in their field.
Note: (1) Students have to join the class on ‘Khan Academy’ by clicking on the link shared on their id (Student’s id) and then attempt solving questions given on the link below:
(2) Tomorrow do bring library books and I-card for your library class.
Regards,
Poonam Sharma Yerunkar.
LEAP Highlights – Cycle 11 and 12

## LEAP Highlights – Cycle 11 and 12

PYP challenges us to teach and learn through a conceptual lens every day.

One of the five essential elements of the PYP curriculum is conceptual understanding. Rather than focusing on learning and remembering a range of content knowledge, we aim to use the knowledge we choose to cover as a vehicle for developing understanding of concepts.

In the PYP curriculum framework, we have eight key concepts, along with an open-ended question for each, to promote focus and deeper thinking about the enduring understandings that we hope will develop from the study of each unit.

Form: What is it like?

Function: How does it work?

Causation: Why is it the way it is?

Change: How is it changing?

Connection: How is it connected to other things?

Perspective: What are the points of view?

Responsibility: what is our responsibility?

Reflection: How do we know?

It is imperative for students to have a deeper understanding about each key concept so that they can apply them to an everyday object or situation. Students can use the PYP concepts to deepen their inquiries through the generation of a wider range of questions. It helps them to narrow the focus of the inquiry into an area of interest that they are really passionate about, care about, and that is worthwhile spending time on.

They learnt and understood the meaning of it through range of learning engagements:

Firstly, Students read the description of all key concepts thoroughly, drew a tree and mapped it with the key concepts. They were able to make relevant connections, for eg: Form- Parts of Trees, Function: Process of photosynthesis, etc.

Further, to deepen their understanding, they were given set of questions to connect it with the key concept. Students were perplexed and focused more on metacognition skills to sort the questions based on the key concepts.

Here are some glimpses that give an insight of the Key concept sessions.

Highlights and homework

## Highlights and homework

Dear parents,

Highlights:-

Language: Formative assessment for similes was taken up with the students.

UOI: Students were paired up and made to perform a quick and easy five minutes task. The only catch here was they had to do the task blindfolded! A class reflection was taken up post the learning engagement where they identified different kinds of disabilities faced by children around the world.

Math: Students solved word problems about measurement, area and perimeter.

Homework:

Classwork word problem if not completed do it as homework: https://docs.google.com/a/fountainheadschools.org/document/d/17P80BEl_dfI7_ON6uHlyvHqgGZRo2ut7oR4ujQav35A/edit?usp=sharing

Homework word problems: To be done in math h.w notebook.

1) Lisa’s nail is 6 centimeters long. Nancy’s nail is 2 centimeters shorter than Lisa’s. How many centimeters long is Nancy’s nail?
2) Julie’s bedroom is 12 meters long. Alia’s bedroom is 4 meters longer than Julie’s. How many meters long is Alia’s bedroom?
3) A square has an area of 49 square cm. What is the perimeter of the square?
4) How many boxes of 32 chocolates will be required to serve 160 students of grade 4? Remember: Each student gets only 1 chocolate.

Stars of the day: Hitansh Savani, Aksh Chopra, Harshika Baid and Suhaan Bhatia (for being blind brave buddies).

Students of the month: Twishi Ruchandani, Kavya Shah and Yajat patel (For showing phenomenal progress in the month of September)

Quotes of the day: Infer what the quote means.

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala

Highlights and Homework – 3/10/2017

## Highlights and Homework – 3/10/2017

Dear Parents,

Math

Students took up Measurement summative assessment.

Language

Students took up formative assessment on the figure of speech ‘Simile’.

[Circle Time]

Prior knowledge assessment on ‘Sexuality Education’ was taken up.

Homework

Math

Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

1) Lina’s nail is 6 centimeters long. Nancy’s nail is 2 centimeters shorter than Lisa’s. How many centimeters long is Nancy’s nail?
2) Julie’s bedroom is 12 meters long. Alia’s bedroom is 4 meters longer than Julie’s. How many meters long is Alia’s bedroom?
3) A square has an area of 49 square cm. What is the perimeter of the square?
4) How many boxes of 32 chocolates will be required to serve 160 students of grade 4? Remember: Each student gets only 1 chocolate.
5) For Aashvi’s birthday party, her mom ordered 10 cans of orange juice. Each can contained 1 litre 250 ml of orange juice. At the end of the party, 2 l was left. How much millilitre of orange juice was consumed?
6) Find the area and perimeter of a square whose length is 8 cm.
7) Find the area and perimeter of a rectangle whose length is 5 cm and breadth is 7 cm.
8) 2l 500 ml = ___ ml
9) 5 kg 200 g = __ g
10) 5 cm = ___ mm

Explore this blend space link to revise the math concepts:

Math Blend Space

Unit Of Inquiry:

Students have to research about famous personalities who have been physically or mentally challenged and bring pictures or articles on the same.
Highlight and Homework – 3rd October, 2017

## Highlight and Homework – 3rd October, 2017

Dear Parents,

Day 4

Star of the day: Jal Desai (For being knowledgeable and sharing the learning of the unit)

Highlights:

Math: Student solved math SA on measurement.

Language: Students took FA on poem comprehension – simile.

CT: Prior knowledge assessment on sexuality education and reflection on the same.

Homework:

Math:

Students will solve the following:

1) Lisa’s nail is 6 centimeters long. Nancy’s nail is 2 centimeters shorter than Lisa’s. How many centimeters long is Nancy’s nail?
2) Julie’s bedroom is 12 meters long. Alia’s bedroom is 4 meters longer than Julie’s. How many meters long is Alia’s bedroom?
3) A square has an area of 49 square cm. What is the perimeter of the square?
4) How many boxes of 32 chocolates will be required to serve 160 students of grade 4? Remember: Each student gets only 1 chocolate.

5) Find the area and perimeter of a square whose length is 8 cm.
6) Find the area and perimeter of a rectangle whose length is 5 cm and breadth is 7 cm.
7) 2 l 500 ml = ___ ml
8) 5 kg 200 g = __ g
9) 5 cm = ___ mm

UOI: Students have to research about famous personalities who have been physically or mentally challenged and bring pictures or articles on the same.

Regards,

Malvika Gandhi

Home-Work 3rd October-2017-18

## Home-Work 3rd October-2017-18

Language

Reader-  Do the given worksheet.

Regards,

Surbhi Talwar