### Browsed byDay: January 18, 2018

Highlights and Homework – 18/01/2017

## Highlights and Homework – 18/01/2017

Dear Parents,

[Math]

1. Students practiced comparing fractions through visuals. Later, they learned to compare fractions using LCM and practiced few sums in their notebook.
2. Students applied their understanding of comparing fractions and learned to order fractions in ascending and descending order.

[Homework]

[Math]

Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook (They can refer the sums solved in the class):

a) Compare the following fractions and put the correct sign (>,< or =)

• 4/6    ___   2/3
• 9/10  ___   4/10
• 2/6   ___   4/12
• 1/4   ___   4/8

b) Order the following fractions in Ascending and Descending order:

• 2/3,  5/6,  7/9

[Language]

Students have to find the meaning of the following words and write them in their ‘Glossary Book’:

• shingle
• rumbling
• screeching
• chisels
• gulp
• scornful
• agog
• embedded

Unit Of Inquiry:

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.

Note: Students can submit the UOI homework on Monday so that they get enough time to discuss and find pictures 🙂

Regards,
Pinky Shah

Highlights of the Cycle 22

## Highlights of the Cycle 22

‘Be the change you wish to see in the world’

-Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

The cycle marked the beginning of new unit of inquiry wherein students explored several learning centers which focused on influencing people through expression of ideas and opinions. These centers were created keeping in mind multiple intelligence of students as the forms of expression included different types of media, namely, video, audio, read aloud of a book, letter writing, photographs etc. The students were asked to answer the following set of questions during this engagement:-

1. What was the message conveyed through this center?
2. What was the feeling evoked through the provocation?
3. What was the medium of expression?
4. Rate the center on the scale of 1 to 5 (1 being very effective and 5 being ineffective)

The classroom discussion after the tuning in activity was driven by following prompts so as to figure out the essential elements of the new unit:-

1. What is one key learning you take away from these exploration?

2. What common connection did you find across all the centers?

3. Why do you think we explored these centers?

Essential elements for this unit:-

Transdisciplinary theme:- How we express ourselves

Central Idea:- We can influence people through expression of our ideas and opinions.

Lines of inquiry:-

1. Cause and effects of expressing ideas and opinions (Causation)
2. How expression helps in communicating our ideas (Function)
3. Choosing an appropriate form of expression to influence (Reflection)

Related concepts: Impact, Communication, Review

Learner profile: Communicator, Courageous, Responsible

Attitude: Creativity, Commitment, Confidence

Approaches to learning:

Thinking Skills -Synthesis, Analysis

Communication Skills – Speaking, Listening, Writing, Non verbal

Research Skills – Collecting data, Organising data, Interpreting data, Presenting data

The next session was mainly about understanding a powerful strategy, generally used by great leaders and organizations, The Golden Circle. Students watched a TED talk video led by Simon Sinek in which he introduces the audience to a pattern of three concentric circles, innermost being the ‘Why?’, middle one as ‘How?’ and outermost as ‘What?’. The video conveyed the idea of moving from core of the pattern to the outermost circle if you wish to persuade/influence people around you. This has been proved as one of the most effective strategies for influencing people rather than going the other way around. Through this engagement, students inferred that they need to justify the reason of their persuasion to others and why should it concern them too.

Based on their learning from previous session, students researched about a great leader (belonging to any profession) who tried to influence people for a common social cause. Through their research, students answered the following questions which catered to the first line of inquiry ‘Causes and effects of expression of ideas and opinions’ :-

2. For what cause was he/she influencing the audience?

3. Why did he/she choose this cause/concern to influence people?

4. What was the form of expression used to convey the message?

5. What was the impact of this action?

Amidst all of these engagements, an arts tuning in session was organized as a part of integration with the essential elements of this transdisciplinary unit. Through this learning experience, students could figure out different ways of expressing their ideas and how to select an appropriate yet effective medium of expression.

By the end of the cycle, students were grouped to work together on an inquiry project which aims at influencing people for a social cause. Throughout this project, they will be making use of Math strand of Data handling so as to collect, record, analyze and present data and Language strand of persuasive writing and public speaking so as to express their opinion by presenting their research findings.

Math : Representation of Data

## Math : Representation of Data

Grade7 – G7 Cognizance,G7 Idea,G7 Vision
Submission Date: Fri Jan 19 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Students,
Kindly refer slide number 150 and 151 from current unit through Curricle as homework is mentioned there.
Expected Time: 20 minutes

Highlights of the day 18th January 2018

## Highlights of the day 18th January 2018

Day 5 Thursday

Language:

Examples of some new connecting phrases from the chapter 4 ‘Sequencing with grammar’ from the Empowering English book (page no. 16) were introduced and used in sentences to understand their usage.

Math:

Students solved multiplication word problems based on real life application (3-digit by 1-digit and 3-digit by 2-digit)

Homework:

1. A cafeteria has 19 tables. Each table has 13 seats. How many people can sit in the cafeteria at the same time?
2. There are 52 marbles in one box. How many marbles are there in 36 boxes?
Solve the following sums:
a) 54 x 87 b) 14 x 39

Have a good day!

Homework of 18th January, 2018

## Homework of 18th January, 2018

### Math: The sheet is shared with you on Google Drive.  Kindly, do it in your Math note book.

Homework 18th January 2018

## Homework 18th January 2018

Homework:

[Math]

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

[Language]

1. Read the chapter 7 up to page 80 and underline the dialogues that you come across.

2.Prepare a short summary of the text done in the class

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

Homework

## Homework

Dear parents,

Homework:

[Language]

Write a passage about your daily routine after you go home (Topic: My day) or how you spend your Sunday (My Sunday).

1. Minimum 4 brilliant transition words.
3. Strong verbs
4. Simile/s
5. Use any 1 “Writing hook” (onomatopoeia, question, fact, funny, dialogue or setting).

Stars of the day: Hitansh Jain, Twishi Ruchandani and Raihan Patel(Math performance)

Quote of the day: “Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” – Benjamin Franklin

Important note: Remember to bring a newspaper without fail.

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala

Homework – 18/1/2018

## Homework – 18/1/2018

A) Language with Ease

Task 1. Complete Week 15 – Day 4 from LWE book (pg no.73)

a) Punctuate the sentence.

b) Fill in the table with the underlined words from the given sentence in Language With Ease.

Task 2.  Oral work Week 15 Day 4 (page no.73)

B) Task 3. Use two words to frame a meaningful sentence .One is done for you. Frame two sentences.

Example : A) The girl has cut the vegetables.

1) let

2) above

3) girl

4) sometimes

5) mountains

6) cut

7) young

8) talk

9) soon

10) list

Regards,

Homework – 18th January

## Homework – 18th January

~Make notes in the notebook:

• Types of close ended questions:

• Common errors-

~ Create a questionnaire on the topic- School cafeteria’s lunch (UOI notebook)

Create minimum 8 closed ended(with options) and 2 open ended questions. Make sure it should be relevant to your topic.

Homework for January 18

## Homework for January 18

Dear students

Homework for today :

1. Prepare a survey questionnaire to find “How much healthy is our country?” (To be done in UOI notebook)

(To be done in an A4 sheet )