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Day: February 20, 2018

Grade 5 Reciprocity

Grade 5 Reciprocity

[Highlight Of The Day]
  • Students completed reading The Tale of Despereaux till chapter 36.
  • Students learnt different types of triangles based on sides and angles.

Homework

Language

  • Read chapter 37 from the reader.
  • Answer the following questions in the Google Doc that was shared with you earlier:
  1. Why did Miggery Sow bellowed the song – “I ain’t the Princess Pea, But someday I will be.”?
  2. Why were dreams called foolish? Give 2 such examples from the book. 
  3. What is the cook’s philosophy about mice? 
  4. What 4 shapes does the ‘dark’ take?

Math

Watch the following video:

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geometry-shapes/basic-geo-classifying-triangles/v/scalene-isosceles-equilateral-acute-right-obtuse

LD: Complete weekend home task of Week 13.

Highlights and Homework – 20/02/2018

Highlights and Homework – 20/02/2018

Dear Parents,

Math

Students revised the concepts covered in ‘Fraction’ unit.

Homework

Math

A) Simplify the following to its lowest terms:

  • 21/54
  • 18/63
  • 12/28
  • 63/42

B) Order the following fractions in Ascending order:

  • 1/10, 1/3, 1/2
  • 1/2, 4/9, 4/4

C) Compare the fractions and put the correct sign (>, < or =):

  • 3/5 ___ 2/5
  • 1/3 ___ 1/10
  • 5/8 ___ 9/10

Language

Read the book for tomorrow’s book review session.

Note: Remind students to bring the measuring cups, measuring spoons (l/ml, preferably if the markings are also there in fractions), curd beater, lemon squeezer and a big bowl to mix the ingredients tomorrow.

Regards,
Pinky Shah

Grade 5 Synergy- Homework

Grade 5 Synergy- Homework

Math

Watch the below given video on types of triangles.

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geometry-shapes/basic-geo-classifying-triangles/v/scalene-isosceles-equilateral-acute-right-obtuse

Language

Summarize chapter 40 and 41 in the doc.

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Read the article and do as directed:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/18__Dq80bb_-8UUcar0V0ir_arDpYr74nx80RfSTzPZk/edit

Keep reading!! 🙂

Homework of 20th February

Homework of 20th February

Homework : 

  1. Be ready to influence others to read the book chosen by you. (Be mindful of book review criteria)

Practice it twice in front of the mirror and evaluate yourself based on public speaking tips.

Upload your mega presentation PPT to the folder created by me, by clicking on the following link.  If you have a chart/poster instead of a PPT, click a picture of it and upload it to the folder. Remember to give ownership rights to me and commenting rights to yourself.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1nTFnloJe_pMvgOi-DKosILUf8b3bM9gc?usp=sharing

2. Upload your ‘My Teacher’ speech video to the folder created by me, by clicking on the following link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1p6f0DJp9XuJvzUg8bC7npZD3C29eJTY5?usp=sharing

3. Complete the Scavenger hunt worksheet.It will require you to explore the FS exhibition website ( https://pypex2017-18.weebly.com/ ). You need to involve your parents too in this exploration.

4. Upload your portfolio pieces for Term 2, if pending.

 

 

Homework for 20th February

Homework for 20th February

Homework:

Math – 

Construct the angles given below in your geometry book:
1) 20 degree 2) 90 degree 3) 170 degree 4) 54 degree 5) 306 degree 6) 135 degree

Watch the video on types of triangles.

Link: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geometry-shapes/basic-geo-classifying-triangles/v/scalene-isosceles-equilateral-acute-right-obtuse

UOI – 

Complete Step 1,2,3 of Big 6 research and continue with Step 4 – Use of information, as instructed in class.

Language – 

Read Ch. 38 and 39 from the reader. Also, answer the questions in the online journal/doc that were shared through the mail today in the class.

Keep reading!! 🙂

Highlights of the day 20th February 2018

Highlights of the day 20th February 2018

Day 1 Tuesday

Language: Summative Assessment was conducted. The writing process was revised and the first 2 steps were done( Pre writing and Drafting) for the story The sea kingdom.

Homework:

Solve the following sums in your notebook:

  1. 345*5
  2. 784*55
  3. 741*24

Making of Bar graph 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.

Options to be given for the survey are as follows:

1. Mall

2. Cinema

3. Garden

4. Restaurant

5. Game zones

Have a lovely day:)

Highlights and homework – Day 1 – February 20th

Highlights and homework – Day 1 – February 20th

UOI – Learners started preparing for the summative assessment task. The task is to create their own culture, keeping in mind the rituals, traditions and artefacts they would want to keep in their culture based on their beliefs and values. The tool used for assessment task is RAFT (Role, audience, format and topic/title). Learners completed filling up the RAFT sheet.

Math – Learners practised fractions (Simplifying fractions, comparing and ordering fractions, addition and subtractions of like and unlike fractions and word problems)

Language – Learners created a comic strip for chapter 10.

Homework:

UOI: Research about the role you have chosen in the summative assessment task.

Math:

  1. Revise the FA worksheet in your FA notebook and get it signed by your parents.
  2. Complete the worksheet – a) Challenge b) Equivalent maze.

Language: Complete the comic strip if it is left out in the class. Ensure to submit tomorrow.

Homework

Homework

Dear parents,

 

Homework

  • Math worksheets and classwork sums to be completed.
  • Re-do the F.A tasks that are pending
  • Dictation correction(Each word 10 times)
  • UOI research more about the role you have selected and pen down the information in your scrapbook.

 

Star of the day: Twishi Ruchandani (Being on task and awakening the writer within), Kavya Shah, Jal Gajjar and Hitansh Jain (for showing evident commitment and enthusiasm towards their inquiry).

 

Quote of the day:

Image result for hard daysquotes that challenge you

http://www.oprah.com/quote/quotes-to-share-with-a-friend-in-pain-sheryl-sandberg?cid=pi_omag_hard_times_quotes_sheryl_sandberg

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala