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Highlights of the day 13-02-18

Highlights of the day 13-02-18

Day 3

Math

Introduction of the concept remainder was done through read aloud of the book – Divide and ride by Stuart J. Murphy.

UOI

Through a class discussion, students understood that there is unequal distribution of natural resources across the planet.

Homework

Math

Making of Bar graph ( As explained in detail in class)

Task: Take a survey of 30 people (family members / neighbors / friends) on their favourite place to visit during weekends. You need to collect and record the data in the form of tally marks (frequency table). Later, represent the data in the form of a bar graph using the graph paper. Give the title and label the bar graph properly. Bar graph has to be accurate and neat.

Options to be given for the survey are as follows:

1. Mall
2. Cinema
3. Garden
4. Restaurant
5. Game zones

Language

Make sentences using the mentioned words in your language notebook.

  1. Instead
  2. Besides
  3. Hence
  4. Therefore
  5. Unless

Happy Revising 🙂

 

 

Homework for the day

Homework for the day

Language:

Draw the camp green lake as described in the first three chapters on an A-4 sheet and attach it to your Language notebook.

Answer the below question in their Language notebook:

  1. What was the philosophy behind the concept of Camp Green Lake for bad boys?
  2. What were the various dangers that the camp inmate would face at Camp Green Lake?
  3. What was the image that Stanley and his family had about the camp?
  4. Why was the curse put on the Yelnats family?
  5. What happened with Stanley’s great grandfather? Was he lucky or unlucky according to you?
  6. What kind of tattoo does Mr. Sir have? What does this tell you about him?
  7. Why do the boys call Mr. Pendanski “Mom”? Does this nickname suit him?
  8. Why don’t the boys believe Stanley when he tells them he stole the sneakers?

Link to audiobook: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQJ4bIAnYTk&list=PLRMhlXrIlwi5mXDW0LQQfgtwV5d8nJSaR&index=2

Link to the audiobook: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPe3dUwp-pU&index=3&list=PLRMhlXrIlwi5mXDW0LQQfgtwV5d8nJSaR

Make a chart about Stanley’s character and update it with his physical features and his behavioral characteristics. You need to update the chart throughout the book.

Happy Learning!!!

 

‘Grade 4, Resilience: Homework – 13th Feb. 2018’

‘Grade 4, Resilience: Homework – 13th Feb. 2018’

Day 3, Tuesday.

Star of the day: Anushka ( For being a great team player)

Homework:

Math: a) Make corrections in the C.W.

b) Solve the following in Math h.w:

a) Sam rode his bike 2/5 of a kilometer and walked another 3/4 of a kilometer.How far did he travel?
b) Monica read 2/5 of a book on Monday and 1/7 on Tuesday. What fraction of book did she read in these two days.
c) Ram completed 5/11 of the journey on foot and 2/11 on bicycle. How much did he travel in total?
d) Suman got 33/2 litre petrol filled in his car. If 41/3 of it was used, how much petrol is left in the tank?

FA: Make corrections, as per the teacher’s comments.

Regards,

Poonam Sharma Yerunkar.

Recap of the Day 3 – 13/02/18

Recap of the Day 3 – 13/02/18

UOI:

Moving forward in their learning about Natural Resources, the students learnt about petroleum.

Math:

The concept of division was introduced to the students using Place Value Kit and the book ‘The Doorbell Rang’ by Pat Hutchins was read aloud to make them understand that division is repeated subtraction.

Homework:

Language: Complete the given worksheet.

Math: Take a survey of 30 people (family members / neighbors / friends) on their favorite place to visit during weekends. You need to collect and record the data in the form of tally marks (frequency table). Later, represent the data in the form of a bar graph using the graph paper. Give the title and label the bar graph properly.

Options to be given for the survey are as follows:

1. Mall
2. Cinema
3. Garden
4. Restaurant
5. Game zones

Highlights and homework – 13th February 2018

Highlights and homework – 13th February 2018

Day 3, Tuesday

UOI: Students were read aloud an article on natural resources and the sources and uses of petroleum and natural gas were discussed.

Language: Students identified the elements of the story that were missing in the story read aloud to them and discussed their importance.

Homework:

Math: Take a survey of 30 people (family members/neighbors/friends) on their favorite place to visit during weekends. You need to collect and record the data in the form of tally marks (frequency table). Later, represent the data in the form of a bar graph using the graph paper. Give the title and label the bar graph properly.

Options to be given for the survey are as follows:

1. Mall

2. Cinema

3. Garden

4. Restaurant

5. Game zones.

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlight of the day – 13/02/2018

Highlight of the day – 13/02/2018

Math :

  • The concept of division was introduced to the students using Place Value Kit and The book ‘The Doorbell Rang’ by was read aloud to make them understand that division is repeated subtraction.

UOI:

  • Students were introduced to the word sustainability and the measure to preserve our resources, they watched the video on the same.

Homework:

Math:

Making of Bar graph

Task: Take a survey of 30 people (family members / neighbors / friends) on their favorite place to visit during weekends. You need to collect and record the data in the form of tally marks (frequency table). Later, represent the data in the form of a bar graph using the graph paper. Give the title and label the bar graph properly.
Options to be given for the survey are as follows:

1. Mall
2. Cinema
3. Garden
4. Restaurant
5. Game zones

Highlights of the day 13th February,2018

Highlights of the day 13th February,2018

Day 3, Tuesday.

UOI:

Guest speaker session on the unit “Beliefs and Values”, where Ms. Mariyam and Ms. Juhi shared their set of beliefs, values, rituals and traditions with the students. Students later reflected on the session.

Homework:

UOI:

TASK:

Students will make and  may  bury a time bottle  filled with materials that reflect the cultures and traditions found in their community today.

What You Need:

  • A bottle that can be sealed against the elements (a large plastic or metal box with a lid)
  • Student collections of print materials, photos, and small objects representative of cultural or traditional activities taking place in their community.

What to Do:

Culture Bottle is a bottle filled with things that reflect the way of life, cultures, and traditions of a given community at the time.The bottle may be  buried with the intention that it be discovered by people living at a later time, when it will serve as a historical record of an earlier time.

Students  think about the way of life, cultures, and traditions of their community today. Then have them gather and bring to class small objects that reflect the community’s current life. You may want to offer some of these suggestions for items to collect: a local newspaper; advertisements or announcements about current events in the community; recent photos of public buildings, local celebrations, and local people; small toys, games, or clothing accessories that are currently popular; a sampling of small products made in the area; and photos or drawings of animals and plant life found locally.

Maths:

Solve the following:

A. Find the hcf and lcm of:

  1. 46 and 92
  2. 81 and 27

B. Solve the word problems:

a) Sam rode his bike 2/5 of a kilometer and walked another 3/4 of a kilometer.How far did he travel?
b) Monica read 2/5 of a book on Monday and 1/7 on Tuesday. What fraction of book did she read in these two days.
c) Ram completed 5/11 of the journey on foot and 2/11 on bicycle. How much did he travel in total?
d) Suman got 33/2 litre petrol filled in his car. If 41/3 of it was used, how much petrol is left in the tank?

Have a great day!