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Highlights and homework – 23rd August 2018

## Highlights and homework – 23rd August 2018

Day 2

UOI

Students enjoyed the hands-on experience of how simple machines work.

Homework

Solve the following sums:

a) 86,515 – 36,005
b) 79,524 + 10,010
c) 52,400 – 40,009
d) 11,489 + 60,499
e) 94,301 – 60,987

f) 42,369 + 21,654
g) 98,765 – 56,321
h) 45,813 + 37,159

Homework for August 23, 2018

## Homework for August 23, 2018

Dear Students,

I hope you learnt some amazing things today. First, you attended the first Grade 5 assembly and appreciated the participants for their performances. Next, we continued with the Data Handling and revised the definitions of Sample, Sample size and Population (C.B Survey Activity). Finally, you watched the informational video regarding Skimming and Scanning.

Homework

Best,

-Aishwarya Jariwala

Highlights of the day – 23/08/2018

## Highlights of the day – 23/08/2018

Day 2

UOI

Students enjoyed the hands-on experience of how simple machines work.

Homework

Math:

Solve the following sums:

a) 86,515 – 36,005
b) 79,524 + 10,010
c) 52,400 – 40,009
d) 11,489 + 60,499
e) 94,301 – 60,987
f) 42,369 + 21,654
g) 98,765 – 56,321
h) 45,813 + 37,159

Regards,
Megha Chhatiawala

Highlights of the day 23-08-18

## Highlights of the day 23-08-18

Day 2

Math

Students revised the concept of reading Time and Calendar through a worksheet.

Language

The 5th chapter – Saucepan Makes A Muddle was read. The students tried to guess the meaning of the difficult words from the context.

Homework

Math

Solve the following sums in your math homework notebook.

a) 74,065 – 24,592

b) 71,005 – 26,433

c) 48,408 – 43,029

d) 50,542 – 38,175

e) 49,060 – 36,090

f) 83,096 – 66,462

g) 74,483 – 70,097

h) 80,820 – 65,998

i) 50,109 – 31,051

j) 99,504 – 99,291

Highlights and homework – 23rd August 2018

## Highlights and homework – 23rd August 2018

Dear parents,

Day 2,

Star of the day: Ipsita Panari and Anshul Agarwal 🙂

Highlights

Language

Students comprehended the poem “ The Blind Boy “ from Empowering English reference book and made connections with different types of risks and challenges encountered by children worldwide.

Math

Students learned the etiquettes for conducting an interview and framed factual and exploratory questions.

Homework:

Revise the etiquettes of an interview and the means of Primary and Secondary data by watching these videos:

Word problems:

1. Shelly purchased 40 m 65 cm long rope and Jenny purchased 16 m 90 cm long rope. What is the total length of the ropes which both of them purchased?

2. Maya used 1 m 50 cm of red ribbon and 4 m 28 cm of blue ribbon to make a flower. How much ribbon did she use in all?

3. A person is overweight. His weight is 105 kg. He lost 25 kg in two years. How many more kilograms does he need to lose to weigh 70 kg?

Language

Research about physically challenged people and their success in their field. Write your findings in the Language E.E notebook.

Watch the video to revise the story of Hellen Keller

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

Grade 6 Deliberate – 23rd August’18

## Grade 6 Deliberate – 23rd August’18

Homework

Study the Telangana presentation again. Revisit the presentation made by you and do the needful changes as discussed in class today.

Summative Assessment- Sciences

## Summative Assessment- Sciences

Grade7 – G7 Acuity,G7 Acumen,G7 Cognizance,G7 Envisage,G7 Idea,G7 Insight,G7 Perspicacity,G7 Vision
Assessment Date: Thu Aug 30 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Living and non living objects
7 characteristics of living things
Organization of Life
The Cell Theory
Introduction to Microscope and its parts
Magnification through different magnification lenses in lab
Calculation of magnification
Cell organelles and their functions
Difference between animal cell and plant cell
Unicellular and multicellular organisms
Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic organisms
Onion cell staining
Specialized cells and their functions
Application of the cells
Criterion A: Knowing and understanding i. outline scientific knowledge iii. interpret information to make scientifically supported judgments. Criterion C: Processing and evaluating i. present collected and transformed data ii. interpret data and outline results using scientific reasoning Criterion D: Reflecting on the impact of science i. summarize the ways in which science is applied and used to address a specific problem or issue ii. describe and summarize the various implications of the use of science and its application in solving a specific problem or issue iii. apply scientific language effectively iv. document the work of others and sources of information used.
Details: Fully charged Chromebook required.
Duration: 45 minutes minutes

Highlights of the day 23-08-18

## Highlights of the day 23-08-18

Day 2

Homework

Math

Solve the following sums:
(a) 80,409 – 24,372
(b) 20,099 – 14,008
(c) 70,408 – 30,115
(d) 30,025 – 31,405
(e) 42,658 + 26,799
(f) 68,051 + 38,965
(g) 82,100 + 71,099
(h) 65,724 + 46,837

Summative Assessment- Sciences

## Summative Assessment- Sciences

Grade7 – G7 Acuity,G7 Acumen,G7 Cognizance,G7 Envisage,G7 Idea,G7 Insight,G7 Perspicacity,G7 Vision
Assessment Date: Thu Aug 30 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Living and non living objects
7 characteristics of living things
Organization of Life
The Cell Theory
Introduction to Microscope and its parts
Magnification through different magnification lenses in lab
Calculation of magnification
Cell organelles and their functions
Difference between animal cell and plant cell
Unicellular and multicellular organisms
Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic organisms
Onion cell staining
Specialized cells and their functions
Application of the cells
Criterion A: Knowing and understanding i. outline scientific knowledge iii. interpret information to make scientifically supported judgments. Criterion C: Processing and evaluating i. present collected and transformed data ii. interpret data and outline results using scientific reasoning Criterion D: Reflecting on the impact of science i. summarize the ways in which science is applied and used to address a specific problem or issue ii. describe and summarize the various implications of the use of science and its application in solving a specific problem or issue iii. apply scientific language effectively iv. document the work of others and sources of information used.
Details: Fully charged Chromebook required.
Duration: 45 minutes minutes

Highlights and Homework of 23-8-2018 ( Day 2)

## Highlights and Homework of 23-8-2018 ( Day 2)

Stars of the day- Hriya Chahwala, Krupa Shah, Atharva Dalal, Veer Relia, Utsav Churiwal,                                          Tushya Patel 🙂

Pair of the day – Hriya Chahwala and Helly Shah 🙂

[Highlight Of The Day] [Unit Of Inquiry]

Students learned and discussed about OK touch and Not OK Touch through video and Dabu’s story.

Language

Students comprehended the poem “ The Blind Boy “ from Empowering English reference book     and made connections with different types of risks and challenges encountered by children worldwide.

Homework

Language

Research about physically challenged people and their success in their field.

Write your findings in the Language E.E notebook.

With Regards,

Dimple Deshpande,

Have A Great Day!