Homework

## Homework

Dear parents,

Homework

To be done in UOI notebook.

Click on the link to access the worksheet:  Potential-Kinetic-Worksheet

Click on the link to access the worksheet: Renewable-Non-Renewable-Worksheet

Stars of the day: Anush Patel, Kunjjan Patel and Tatsat Mashruwala ( They exhibited the LP Inquirer for the energy unit)

Quote of the day: https://quotefancy.com/quote/1003624/Heraclitus-Day-by-day-what-you-do-is-who-you-become

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala

Recap of the day – 18/9/18

## Recap of the day – 18/9/18

Star of the day: Zeal Chhatiawala

She was actively participating in the class whilst maintaining classroom routines and procedures.

Language: Learners practiced alliteration and onomatopoeia through a poem and activity.

U O I – Learners revisited the definition of energy and further wondered about different forms other than solar energy. A video on Potential and Kinetic energy was shown followed by discussion.

Homework

Math :

Click on the link below and practice the concept of perimeter online.

https://in.ixl.com/math/class-iv/perimeter-of-rectangles

U O I – [Unit Of Inquiry]

Explore any 3-4 links shared below (books, videos from youtube and images) and answer the following questions in your UOI notebook.

1. What is energy?
2. Fill in the blank:
• Energy can neither be _____ nor ___________.
•  It can only be _________  from one form to another.
3. Name any 2 renewable sources of energy.
4. Name any 2 non- renewable sources of energy.
5. Which energy would you want to research deeper into and why? (Mention reason)
6. Which learner profile would you develop during this unit? (Infer)
7. Which 2 skills will you require during this unit and why? (Thinking, social, research, self-management and communication skills)
8. The research links shared with you are primary source or secondary?

The transfer of energy: https://www.getepic.com/app/read/27937 (My recommendation)

citation: https://byjus.com/physics/natural-sources-of-energy/

Disclaimer: I have created these links as a repository, students are not expected to go through each one of them as it may be overwhelming. Allow them to choose and explore. They have to use their research skills and may even want to skim and scan the links to get a better understanding. The aim, to find their own answers to the questions given above.

Homework for today -18-9-18

## Homework for today -18-9-18

Dear parents

Today’s Math homework is  workbook page no- 18.

Regards

Sr KG Team

Homework for September 18, 2018

## Homework for September 18, 2018

Dear Students,

Today we terminated our Unit of Digital Media and you reflected on your learning experiences in the Synopsis of the unit. Later, we discussed about “Self-esteem” where you reflected on your experiences  – Accomplishments, nurturing yourself and how your friends make you feel better.

Homework

• Complete the Cycle 11 Mixed Bag correction work.
• Practice typing (links shared under ICT on Google Classroom) and send me the screenshot of that.
• Work on the revising and editing comments for Narrative Writing piece (100 words).

-Aishwarya Jariwala

‘Grade 4, Valour: Highlights and homework – 18th Sept. 2018’

## ‘Grade 4, Valour: Highlights and homework – 18th Sept. 2018’

Day 6, Tuesday.

Star of the day: Day 5 – Yuvraj.

Star of the day: Day 6 – Jihan

Group of the day: Day 5 – Flavourful friends.

Group of the day: Day 6 – Sporty kids.

Highlights:

Math: Learners practiced perimeter of square and rectangle through real-life word problems.

Language:

1. Learners revisited figurative language alliteration and onomatopoeia.
2. Learners revised the strategy “Asking questions “. While reading chapter 9,  they tried to frame relevant and appropriate questions.

Homework:

Math: Click on the given below link and practice perimeter.

https://in.ixl.com/math/class-iv/perimeter-of-rectangles

Language:

a)Write meanings for the following words and frame sentences using any two words:-

1)crouching    2) growled 3) threatening   4)mincing 5) whopping

b) Read pg 14 and 15 (Its all in the alliteration) and pg 35 (Super Similes) from Empowering English Reference Book.

C) Write an onomatopoeia word that describes the sound that each item makes. Some words may have more than one sound.

Examples: 1- Phone – Rings

2- Pencil on paper- Scratch

3-Wolf-

4- Racecar-

5- Bee-

6- Watch-

7- Raindrop-

8- Bell-

9-Rooster-

10- Cow-

Regards,

Poonam Sharma Yerunkar.

Homework for the day- 18th September 2018

## Homework for the day- 18th September 2018

Dear students,

2. Create a questionnaire to interview your parents about ‘How do you see the world changing around you?’. Record this interview in a device, view it together and ask for your parents’ feedback based on the way it was conducted. Share this video with your HRT along with glows and grows through an E-mail.
Highlights and homework – Day 6 – September 18th

## Highlights and homework – Day 6 – September 18th

UOI: Learners revisited the definition of energy and further wondered about different forms other than electric energy. Later, they observed the teacher conducting an experiment using the scientific method and science skills. Later on, the introduction through a short discussion was made on the process of photosynthesis.

Math: Learners practised perimeter of square and rectangle through real-life word problems.

Language: Learners revisited figurative language alliteration and onomatopoeia.

Homework:

UOI: Watch the video and write the process of photosynthesis in your project book.

Math: Complete the worksheet started in the class in your Math classwork notebook.

Language: Complete reading chapter 9 of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang using the goals ‘making prediction, wondering about the text, asking questions, self to text connection.’

Highlights and homework – 18th Septwmber 2018

## Highlights and homework – 18th Septwmber 2018

Dear parents,

Star of the day: Swara Patel and Anshul Agarwal 🙂

Highlights

Math

Students practised perimeter through an online game.

UOI

Learners revisited the definition of energy and further wondered about different forms other than solar energy. A video on Potential and Kinetic energy was shown followed by discussion.

Homework

Math

Online practice: https://in.ixl.com/math/class-iv/perimeter-of-rectangles

Students have to solve the following in their Math notebook:

a) Find the perimeter of the rectangle whose length is 14 m and breadth is 12 m

b) Find the perimeter of the square whose length is 35 m.

c) Cup A has the capacity of holding 800 ml water and cup B has the capacity to hold 4 l 450 ml water. How much more water can cup B hold as compared to cup A?

UOI

Watch the video and write the process of photosynthesis

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

Homework of the day – 19th September, 2018

## Homework of the day – 19th September, 2018

Day 6, Tuesday

Homework:

Math :

Click on the link below and practice the concept of perimeter online.

https://in.ixl.com/math/class-iv/perimeter-of-rectangles

a) Find the perimeter of the square whose length is 4 cm.
b) Find the perimeter of the rectangle whose length is 4 m and breadth is 2 m
c) Find the perimeter of the square whose length is 5 m.
d) Draw a rectangle whose length is 4 cm and breadth is 6 cm. Also, find its perimeter
e) Cup A has the capacity of holding 800 ml water and cup B has capacity to hold 4 l 450 ml water. How much more water can cup B hold as compared to cup A?

Recap of the day – 18th September, 2018

## Recap of the day – 18th September, 2018

Day 6, Tuesday

UOI: Learners revisited the definition of energy and further wondered about different forms other than solar energy. Later, they observed the teacher conducting an experiment using the scientific method and science skills.

Homework:

UOI: Watch the video and write the process of Photosynthesis:

Math: Solve the following:
a) Find the perimeter of the square whose length is 4 cm.
b) Find the perimeter of the rectangle whose length is 4 m and breadth is 2 m
c) Draw a rectangle whose length is 4 cm and breadth is 6 cm. Also, find its perimeter
d) Cup A has the capacity of holding 800 ml water and cup B has capacity to hold 4 l 450 ml water. How much more water can cup B hold as compared to cup A?