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Day: July 26, 2018

International Mathematics : Functions Review Exercise

International Mathematics : Functions Review Exercise

Grade10 – All
Homework assigned by:
Submission Date: Fri Jul 27 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Complete the Review Set 24A from Haese and Harris book in your math notebook. Those students who have not completed Ex. 24B.2, are requested to complete that as well.

Note: This homework is only for International Mathematics Core students.
Expected Time: 30 minutes

Highlights and homework – 26th July 2018

Highlights and homework – 26th July 2018

Day 2 – Thursday.


The mathematical concept of addition was revised with 5 digit numbers.


Students reflected about the unit as a whole. They shared their views on imagination and how they enjoyed the different learning engagements.


Math: Read the table below and answer the sums that follow:

Year                          No. of people visited the amusement park

2001                                  36,963
2002                                 28,546
2003                                 45,565
2004                                 89,577
2005                                 89,731
2006                                 58,364
2007                                 79,059
2008                                60,032
2009                                20,642

Study the table carefully and answer the questions that follow:

a) Find the total number of people visited the amusement park during the year 2001 and 2003?
b) Calculate the total number of people visited the amusement park during the year 2002 and 2008?
c) Find the total number of people visited the amusement park before 2003 began?
d) Calculate the total number of people visited the amusement park during the year 2006 and 2009?

Note for Parents – Kindly sign language and UOI FA sheets and send it back tomorrow.

Have a good day! 🙂

Language : Q. 1 Directed Writing

Language : Q. 1 Directed Writing

Grade10 – All,G10 Epitome,G10 Harbinger,G10 Herald,G10 Nonpareil,G10 Quintessence
Homework assigned by:
Submission Date: Mon Jul 30 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Attempt Q.1 – Directed Writing in the worksheet on the passage – A Trek in the Andes and submit it on Monday in the language slot. You will be given the worksheet in the language slot tomorrow, if not given yet.
Expected Time: 35-40 minutes

Homework for Cycle-6 Day-2

Homework for Cycle-6 Day-2

Read the passage given below and answer the questions in a complete sentence in Math HW notebook:

Samira went to Big Bazaar with her mother at 6:00 pm for buying her birthday dress. After shopping for 1 hour, they went to the park and returned home at 7:30 pm.

1. At what time they went to the park?
2. How much time did they spend in the park?
3. Find out the total time they spent away from home.



Grade-2 team



Dear parents and little explorers,

Get geared up for your upcoming Summative Assessment of the Exploration unit.


Create a timeline after referring to the information given below.


Good history teachers use chronological storytelling

Image of a chronology

What is a historical chronology? This is a written or visual timeline of a particular historical event. While a chronology can consist of many different formats (as explained below), a really good historical chronology always includes two things: the date– or approximate dates – of an event, and an annotation – a brief 1-3 sentence description of the event. So, in the example above – which is a visual annotated chronology – you can see examples of both. In a written format, the first entry would look like this:

July 1497:-  Vasco Da Gama’s First voyage. The expedition set sail from Lisbon to reach India. It followed the route pioneered by earlier explorers.

When an annotated historical chronology is done well, it will tell a story. And just what is the importance of a good historical chronology that tells a story? When we make a chronology of historical events, we create a graphic representation of how we think about time.

  • We link time with events.
  • We make a sequence that suggests a past, present, and future.
  • We provide a direction that says time and history proceed in a line, not a circle.
  • We demonstrate that some events happen before others, which in turn, suggest the possibility of cause and effect.
  • We show how events exist in relationship to one another.

Thus, making a chronology allows us to graphically plot the sequence of events, to see possible relationships between those events, and to tell a compelling story.

To refer to a few examples explore the link:

TASK: (How to Create an Annotated Chronology)

  1. Select a topic that interests you (Create a chronology/timeline for any famous person).
  2. Review and select a variety of research resources – both secondary and primary documents.
  3. Begin reading whatever book or article that most interests you about the topic.
  4. As you read this first source, write down dates and brief descriptions for the most important historical events. In other words, annotate your chronology.
  5. When you are finished with your sources – you will have a long chronology of events – edit your chronology by deleting those you no longer think are important and marking places where you still do not have enough information to tell the story.

You may use any medium to express your timeline. ( Online apps, Chart paper, PPT) Ensure you take a printout and submit the physical copy in class tomorrow.


Stars of the day: Harshit Agarwal (For an act of kindness), Prisha Nangalia, Pratham Sonthalia and Ananya Agrawal (for showcasing confidence during the ICT session and adapting the role of a supportive leader).

Star of  the day for Wednesday: Simone Kothari ( for giving a perfect demo of book review presentation)

Superstars of the Day: Mrs. Sonal Arora, Dr. Jigna Mevada, Mrs. Kavitha Kothari, Mrs. Priyanka Reliawala, Mrs. Supriya Jatin Patel and Mrs. Falguni Jariwala – Mrs. Shalini Fudhnawala. (for becoming the super parents and making us make the first book review of the 2018-19 and fruitful affair).

We grade 4- Freedom, extend our heartfelt gratitude for taking out time and motivating our little readers. Your presence and feedback will help us grow into our true potentials.




Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala