Day 4, Thursday.
Star of the day: Shravya and Vian(For being focused and great participant during the class discussion)
Maths: Students learnt about comparing the fractions .
Language: Students learnt about the conventions of dialogue writing by referring the story online.
Conventions of dialogue writing:
1.Quotation marks ” ” are put around the sentences where character is speaking.
- Ending punctuation is put inside the quotation mark at the end.
- If the sentence begins before the quotation, a comma is used before the quotation. (Eg. The child requested, “_”)
- The first letter inside the quotation marks is capitalized if the character speaking is beginning a new sentence.
Note: Notice the tense and capitalization.
Language: Complete the worksheet given in class on dialogue conventions.
UOI: Students have to sit with their parents and discuss the beliefs attached to their day to day practices/routine. They’ll jot them down on a piece of paper and also try to bring pictures (if possible) depicting their belief.
E.g: I believe that walking under a ladder brings bad luck, or I believe that there is life after death.
Note: Please bring one complete newspaper, I-card and your library books without fail.
Poonam Sharma Yerunkar