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Summative Assessment- Language & Literature

Summative Assessment- Language & Literature

Grade9 – All
Assessment given by: himakshi.nandwani@fountainheadschools.org
Assessment Date: Mon Jul 09 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Words of Wisdom – Presentation and communication Skills (Book Club Presentation)
Criteria A, B and D
Details: Summative Assessment will conducted from July 9 (Monday) – 12 (Thursday).
Duration: 10 minutes

Summative Assessment- Language & Literature

Summative Assessment- Language & Literature

Grade9 – All
Assessment given by: himakshi.nandwani@fountainheadschools.org
Assessment Date: Mon Jul 09 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Words of Wisdom – Presentation and communication Skills (Book Club Presentation)
Criteria A, B and D
Details: Summative Assessment will conducted from July 9 (Monday) – 12 (Thursday).
Duration: 10 minutes

Homework for the day!

Homework for the day!

Dear Parents,
Please ask the students to follow the below given instructions and complete the homework accordingly.
Task 1: Draw a plate in the given a4 sheet.
Task 2: Write the name of your favorite food item and illustrate it.
Task 3: Under the plate write, why do you like that food item?
             Eg: I like to eat mangoes because it tastes sweet.
                   I like to eat dal rice because its healthy.
Note: The task has been explained to the students in the class.
Grade 2 team
Highlight and Homework of the day ( Day- 3)

Highlight and Homework of the day ( Day- 3)

Star of the day – Samyak Jain 🙂

Group of the day –  Aanya Ruwala , Helly Somaiya, Nishi Gupta, Samyak  Jain. Vivaan Singh 🙂

[Highlight Of The Day]

[Math]

Students learned about the Indian Place Value system.

[Homework]

[Math]

A) Students have to write the number names of the following numbers according to the Indian place value system:

a) 567845786

b) 34768209

c) 127659340

d) 2697459

e) 3200065

B) Find where do we use the number names in real life.

With Regards,

Dimple Deshpande,

Have A Great Day!

 

Highlights and homework – 3rd July 2018

Highlights and homework – 3rd July 2018

Day 3 – Tuesday.

Math: Students practiced forming 5 digit numbers using number flashcards and writing number names along with some set of numbers in sequence. The mathematical concept of the predecessor and successor was revised with 5 digit numbers.

Language: The session was led by the teacher where students understood the difference between Prose and Poetry.

Homework: 

A. Write the following set of numbers in sequence:
a) 10,170 to 10,179
b) 10,997 to 11,006
c) 14,456 to 14,465
d) 20,318 to 20,327

B. Write the number names of the following numbers:
a) 14,567
b) 20,913
c) 89,145
d) 77,291

C. Sia has gone to the bank to deposit Rs. 67,809. She has to fill in the deposit slip. Can you help her to write the number in words?
D. Raman goes to a bike dealer to buy a bike for himself. The cost of the bike is Rs. 45,735. Can you help Raman write the amount in words so that he can make the payment through cheque?
E. Seventy seven thousand five hundred and fifty six apples are produced on a farm over the course of three years. Write this number in standard form.

Have a good day! 🙂

Highlights of the day -03-07-18

Highlights of the day -03-07-18

Day 3

Language

The session was led by the teacher where students understood the difference between Prose and Poetry. Students also learnt another comprehension strategy to understand text and poem.

Math

The mathematical concept of the predecessor and successor was revised with 5 digit numbers.

UOI

Central Idea of the unit was unpacked through a word splash.

Homework

UOI

Imagine you are just about to drink a potion that makes you invisible. Think about the things you would do and write down in your UOI notebook. (You must write at least 8 to 10 sentences as discussed in class)

Math

A. Write the following set of numbers in sequence:

a) 10,170 to 10,179

b) 10,997 to 11,006

c) 14,456 to 14,465

d) 20,318 to 20,327

B. Write the number names of the following numbers: a) 14,567

b) 20,913

c) 89,145

d) 77,291

C. Sia has gone to the bank to deposit Rs. 67,809. She has to fill in the deposit slip. Can you help her to write the number in words?

D. Raman goes to a bike dealer to buy a bike for himself. The cost of the bike is Rs. 45,735. Can you help Raman write the amount in words so that he can make the payment through cheque?

E. Seventy seven thousand five hundred and fifty six apples are produced on a farm over the course of three years. Write this number in standard form.

 

Happy Monsoon 🙂

Homework for Ruminate-3/07/18

Homework for Ruminate-3/07/18

[Homework]

  • Watch your presentation from the video taken on your CB today during class and assess your self.
  • Go through the teacher and peer feedback sheets and rehearse your speech keeping in mind the comments given.
  • You will be presenting the same speech in class tomorrow.
  1. You need to read the link and on the basis of your reading, take notes in your Lang+UOI notebook ( To be submitted till Thursday)

Link:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1D3nJoKDwq0FRkys0J__TfNyR5FYW4ICjlx1nRrTSfvY/edit#heading=h.mamad9qih2d3

a) Origin and history of Republic Day of India

b) Constitution

Prepare your dialogue and speech for the upcoming act.

Highlights of the day – 3/07/2018

Highlights of the day – 3/07/2018

Math:

  • Students practiced forming 5 digit numbers in a group of 4 using number flashcards and writing number names along with some set of numbers in sequence.

Language:

  • Students visualized the poem read by the teacher  and demonstrated their imagination on the paper.

Homework:

MATH

A. Write the following set of numbers in sequence:

a)  10,170  to  10,179
b)  10,997  to  11,006
c)  14,456  to  14,465
d)  20,318  to  20,327

B. Write the number names and expanded form for the following numbers:

a) 14,567
b) 20,913
c) 89,145
d) 77,291

Highlights of the Day – 03/07/18

Highlights of the Day – 03/07/18

Day 3

UOI:

Students demonstrated and enjoyed their imagination by combining two animals of their choice to create a new creature.

Language:

Students learnt how to visualize by reading clues and words in the text.

Math:

Place value of ten thousands was introduced to the students through an engagement. Students then practiced forming 5 digit numbers using number flashcards and writing number names along with some set of numbers in sequence.

Homework:

A. Write the following set of numbers in sequence:
a) 10,170 to 10,179
b) 10,997 to 11,006
c) 14,456 to 14,465
d) 20,318 to 20,327

B. Write the number names of the following numbers:
a) 14,567
b) 20,913
c) 89,145
d) 77,291

C. Sia has gone to the bank to deposit Rs. 67,809. She has to fill in the deposit slip. Can you help her to write the number in words?
D. Raman goes to a bike dealer to buy a bike for himself. The cost of the bike is Rs. 45,735. Can you help Raman write the amount in words so that he can make the payment through cheque?
E. Seventy seven thousand five hundred and fifty six apples are produced on a farm over the course of three years. Write this number in standard form.

Homework of 3rd July

Homework of 3rd July

Homework:
  • Find the answer to the following questions and write it in your UOI+Lang (H.W) notebook:
  1.  When do we celebrate Independence Day?
  2. When did the Indian Constitution come into force?
  3. Who was the chairman of the drafting committee of the Constitution of India?
  4. Who is the current President of India?
  5. Who is the current Prime Minister of India?
  6. Who is the Vice President of India?
  7. Who was the first Prime Minister of India after freedom?
  8. Who was the first President of India after freedom?
  9. How many states are there in India?
  10. How many Union Territories are there in India?
  11. Who is the Chief Minister of Gujarat?
  12. Who is the Governor of Gujarat?
  13. Who is Deputy Chief Minister of Gujarat?
  14. Where is the Gujarat High court located?
  15. How many articles are there in the Constitution?
  16. What kind of person makes a good judge? What would you look for in a person before appointing him or her as a judge?
  17. Who do you think appoints the Judges of Supreme Court?
  • Go through the assembly script shared with all of you.