Please answer the following questions based on the images we viewed in the class today. We will have a discussion on the same tomorrow:
- What did these images make you think?
- How would you classify the activities people were engaged in?
- How do they contribute to the development of the country?
Day 4, Thursday
Math: Students practiced the multiplication of 2-digit number by 2-digit number (with regrouping) using traditional method.
Q 1) Solve the following word problems:
a) A cafeteria has 19 tables. Each table has 13 seats. How many people can sit in the cafeteria at the same time?
b) There are 52 marbles in one box. How many marbles are there in 36 boxes?
Q 2) Solve the following multiplication sums:
a) 54 x 87 b) 14 x 39 c) 87 x 52 d) 159 x 25 e) 801 x 12
Homework worksheet is shared below. Kindly do it in your notebook.
Keep smiling 🙂
Grade8 – G8 Ardour,G8 Vivacity
Homework assigned by: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission Date: Fri Jan 19 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: 1. Complete Q – 2 and 3 from exercise 19D from Haese and Harries textbook in your math notebook with necessary steps.
2 . Practice links posted in Google classroom to strengthen your concepts.
Note – Kindly cross-check your answers as well without fail.
Expected Time: 30 minutes
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
Day 4, Thursday
Students had a gallery walk and mentioned their reflection as : ” I know, I notice and I wonder.” Later, they mentioned what they understand by : belief, values, ritual and traditions. Followed by a class discussion.
Math: Complete the given worksheet.
Mention your belief, value, tradition, ritual and get your artefact.
A belief is an internal feeling that something is true, even though that belief may be unproven or irrational. eg I believe that walking under a ladder brings bad luck, or I believe that there is life after death.
A value is a measure of the worth or importance a person attaches to something; our values are often reflected in the way we live our lives. eg I value freedom of speech, or I value my family.
Tradition : the handing down of information, beliefs, or customs from one generation to another. 2 : a belief or custom handed down from one generation to another.
A ritual is a ceremony or action performed in a customary way. … As an adjective, ritual means “conforming to religious rites,” which are the sacred, customary ways of celebrating a religion or culture. These are a fixed set of actions performed in a procedure for completing a schedule.
Artefacts: An object made by a human being, typically one of cultural or historical interest.
Have a great day !
- Students revised the concept of using time words and phrases to sequence the stories and formed a new story.
- Solve the following word problems:
a) 23 letters are posted in a letter box. How many letters are posted in 31 letter boxes?
b) Riddhima and her mother is preparing 21 cups of hot chocolate for her birthday party. They are putting 12 marshmallows in each cup. How many marshmallows do they need?
c) We ordered 21 pizzas. Each pizza had 8 slices. How many slices of pizza were there altogether?
d) At a wild life sanctuary, I saw 35 elephants and 48 tigers. How many legs did I see? (Challenge)
Consider yourself as the head of Fountainhead school’s stationary department. Design a survey questionnaire to seek feedback from teachers of the school to have a check on the product requirement, quality and service provided by your department. Do not forget to ask for any suggestion from the audience.
Compare the fractions and find out which of them is greater:
a) 2/4 and 4/4
b) 3/5 and 3/7
c) 3/8 and 5/8
d) 5/9 and 6/10
e) 3/9 and 4/12
Practice link: https://www.mathplayground.com/fractions_compare.html
Read the chapter –“Marooned” and “Nasty Surprises” from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and underline all the dialogues you come across while reading.
Happy reading 🙂