### Browsed byDay: July 19, 2018

Important- Note(19th July-2018) Cycle -5

## Important- Note(19th July-2018) Cycle -5

Hello Parents,

Tomorrow, on Friday we will be focusing on carbohydrates – food group.

So, kindly send with your child food that is rich in carbohydrates- roti, boiled sweet corn,

rice, poha, upma, cooked oats, etc.

Thanks,

Regards

Surbhi Talwar

Highlights and homework – 19th July 2018

## Highlights and homework – 19th July 2018

Day 3 – Thursday.

Language:

• Students read poems and identify the simile and alliteration used and also discussed the message that the poet wanted to convey through the poems.
• Students explored a few poems from the chapter ‘Poetry By Children on Travel’ of Empowering English and identified the similes used in the poem to understand how the poets make word pictures using creative comparisons.

UOI:

Thinking tool – BAR key was introduced to the students using the example of an electric fan. Later, they explored the same thinking tool in groups using different objects.

Homework:

Language: Complete the given worksheet.

Math:

 Year No. of trees grown 2005 47,864 2006 76,090 2007 35,789 2008 47,846 2009 76,999 2010 67,321

a) Write the no. of trees grown in the year 2005 and 2010 in words.
b) Write the expanded form of the number of trees grown in the year 2009.
c) Arrange the years in ascending order looking at the number of trees grown in each year.
d) Compare the number of trees grown in the year 2006 and 2009 by putting an appropriate sign (‘<‘, ‘>’, ‘=’).
e) Write the number of trees grown in the year 2006 and skip count by 7 (up to 4 numbers)
f) Write the number of trees grown in 2009 with its succeeding and preceding number.
g) It was brought to the notice that there had been an error while recording data on the computer. The new data recorded was as below:
Year –  2005 / 2006 / 2007 2008 / 2009 / 2010
No. of trees grown 46,876 55,987 / 77,363 70,363 / 45,878 / 50,887
Now, arrange the years in descending order looking at the no. of trees grown in each year.

Have a good day! 🙂

Homework for the day- 19th July 2018

## Homework for the day- 19th July 2018

1. Solve the Math question posted on the blog already.
2. Bring your parent passes tomorrow to school without fail in case they have not been upgraded yet.
3. The formative assessment task related to Language will be discussed in detail with you. Hence, hold onto the research work for now.
4. Watch the following video related to clauses and make notes regarding it in your Language notebook:- https://youtu.be/8dT_MlElHo8
5. Complete the ICT homework of taking the screenshot of the typing test, if not done yet.
Homework for 19th July’18

## Homework for 19th July’18

[Homework]

[Math]

Solve the following worksheet in your Math notebook:

Mixed number Worksheet

[Highlight Of The Day]

Students showed great enthusiasm while solving Mixed number sums.

Keep Practicing!

Homework for the day _ 19th july

## Homework for the day _ 19th july

Math -Solve the problem in your  Math Note Book

Math

Language-Solve the following in your Language NB

Van Gogh Language Hw

Prepare well for the Forth-coming Book Review

Star of the Day – Devansh

Star for 18th July – Niyati and Nandan

Grade 6 Deliberate – 19th July’18

## Grade 6 Deliberate – 19th July’18

[Homework]

A)  Complete the ICT homework of taking the screenshot of the typing done,if incomplete.

B)  Prepare for the formative assessment of public speaking on the given topic as discussed in class.

C)  Independent research work – Research about the topic ‘Demonetisation’ and pen down your research work using the tool ‘6 Thinking Hats’. Do refer to the exemplar shared with you earlier for the process of writing.

D)  Complete the math homework posted on blog.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DAY-19/07/2018

## HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DAY-19/07/2018

HIGHLIGHTS:

UOI:

Learners were introduced to mapping skills and methods of navigation.

LANGUAGE:

Learners inferred meaning, drew conclusion and made judgement about an oral presentation.

ICT:

Learners created a timeline by arranging major events based on the year/month in the article of Christopher Columbus/Vasco Da Gama

HOMEWORK:

UOI:

LANGUAGE:

Find the meanings of:

ruins,bumping,crashing,old paragon,mysterious,gloom,frenzy,triumph,dejection

Glittering,exhaust,dashboard,grinding,carburettor,distinct,purring,rumbled,roared,threatening,

Steered,rear,smashing,hurricane,speedometer,hydraulic.

STAR OF THE DAY:

GROUP EMPATHY

Recap of the day – 19th July, 2018

## Recap of the day – 19th July, 2018

Day 3, Thursday

UOI:  Learners revised and revisited the central idea, lines of inquiry, key concepts, skills and all the activities including summative task requirements for the ongoing unit.

Math: Learners practiced multiplication sums.

Dictation was conducted.

Homework:

Math: Solve the following sums:

a) 2541 x 865          b) 3139 x 27       c) 5243 x 562      d) 548 x 712

Language: Find meanings of the below mentioned words using a dictionary:

ruins, bumping, crashing, old paragon, mysterious, gloom, frenzy, triumph, dejection

ICT: Create a timeline on any explorer of your choice using the link shared with you in the ICT slot.

‘Grade 4, Valour: Highlights and homework – 19th July 2018’

## ‘Grade 4, Valour: Highlights and homework – 19th July 2018’

Day 3, Thursday.

Dear parents,

Ask your child to read the following information and critically analyze where they want to visit for their UOI summative assessment and why?

Disclaimer: All the selected locations are child-friendly and will be explored by them accompanying a HRT. Kindly avoid influencing for the choice of place as this will not make their reflection very authentic.

Gopi Talav (Talab) is located in the walled city area of Surat in the inner ring (the older fort wall) and the outer ring (the extended fort wall) around the circular lake area measuring about 1,00,000 sq.mt. that includes water body 35,300 sq.mt and surrounding area 64,700 sq.mt. The travel accounts of the 17th century describe Gopi Talav as “an important urban recreational space with religious significance.”

Surat Castle, or Surat Fort, is a 16th-century structure in the city Surat. The Ahmedabad king Sultan Mahmood-III ordered its construction to defend the city from the frequent attacks that had devastated it.

Jagdish Chandra Bose Aquarium is situated in the Pal area of Surat, Gujarat, India. It is the first multidisciplinary underwater aquarium of its kind in the country and named after the Bengali scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose.

English Cemetry: The tombs in English, Dutch and Armenian cemeteries at Surat are reckoned among the most important historical monuments in the city. It is reported that there was so much competition between the Dutch and the English in Surat to impress upon the natives their importance and power that they put mausoleums instead of tombstones. Many of these are so ridiculously large and ornamental resembling Muslim tombs rather than the ordinary tombstones in Europe.

Botanical Garden Surat is popularly known as “Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden”. This pleasant garden is located on the bank of river “Tapi” in the “Ugat” area of Surat. Surat is one of the largest cities of Gujarat and well known as a “Manchester Of India”. If you are in search of a quiet and peaceful place in this crowded city then Botanical Garden Of Surat is the perfect choice for you. This tranquil place is the habitat of more than 1000 plant species. Nowadays it became one of the most visited attractions for tourist and residents. Lush green garden, Helium Balloon, Toy Train these are some attractions which are attracting many visitors, especially children.

Highlights:

Star of the day: Day 2 – Vyom (For being a responsible leader)

Group of the day: Cooperative members (For being committed to their work)

Star of the day: Day 3 – Vardhan (For following procedures)

Group of the day: Superstars (For maintaining voice level and being on task)

U O I – Learners revised and revisited the central idea, lines of inquiry, Key concepts, skills and all the activities including summative task requirements for the ongoing unit.

Language: Dictation was conducted.

Homework:

UOI: Comprehended the article on Sunita Williams using the strategy Determining Importance. Answer the questions as discussed in the class in your UOI notebook.

ICT: Create a timeline on any explorer of your choice using the link shared with you in the ICT slot.

Regards,

Poonam Sharma Yerunkar.