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Day: January 10, 2019

Math : Line Graph

Math : Line Graph

Grade7 – G7 Acumen,G7 Envisage,G7 Idea,G7 Perspicacity
Homework assigned by: swati.bhutra@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Fri Jan 11 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Students,
Kindly solve question given in slide number 150. Kindly ignore the previous post as by mistake it has been posted by my parent id
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 15 minutes

Math : Line Graph

Math : Line Graph

Grade7 – G7 Vision
Homework assigned by: swati.bhutra@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Fri Jan 11 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Students,
Kindly solve question given in slide number 150. Kindly ignore the previous post as by mistake it has been posted by my parent id.
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 15 minutes

Read and reflect – 10th Jan 2019

Read and reflect – 10th Jan 2019

Dear Students,

Read the article (link of the same mentioned below) and answer the questions mentioned below. In case you face any issues understanding background, you are free to research and answer your queries.

Link to the article: Abdul-Qadir-Babakarkhel

Questions:
1. Draw a timeline of Mr Babarkarkhel’s life till now.
2. What were the reasons that forced him to move from his place of birth?
3. What has motivated him to move back to his place of birth?
4. What are the challenges faced by him while migrating?
For your reference:
TDT: Where we are in place and time
Central Idea: Human migration is a response to challenges, risks, and opportunities
LOI and Key Concepts:
The reasons why people migrate (Causation)
Migration throughout history (Change)
Effects of migration on communities, cultures and individuals (Perspective)
Related Concepts: Adaptation, Prejudice
LP: Inquirers, Communicators, Thinkers
Attitude: Curiosity, Confidence
Skills: Communication skills– Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Viewing
Research skills: Formulating questions, Planning, Collecting data, Recording data, Organizing data, Interpreting data, Presenting research findings
Thanks and regards
Himani Mehta
Highlights of the day 10-01-19

Highlights of the day 10-01-19

Day 3

Math

Students applied their understanding of multiplication to solve real-life problems.

UOI

Through a learning engagement, learners understood why do we need natural resources. How, are natural resources different from man-made resources?

Language

Teacher discussed the checklist for narrative writing by modeling revising and editing the Cinderella story.

Homework

Math

Form the survey questions for the given situation.

You are an avid reader and wants to open an ‘Evening Library’ in your society. Before finalizing your decision, you would want to know:

  1.  How many people are interested in reading in your society?
  2. Would they prefer reading books over any other recreational activity
  3.  If yes, then which type of books they are interested in reading
  4.  Their preferred timing in the evening to come and visit the library
  5.  If given a chance to do read aloud to younger kids living in the same society, how would they rate their interest level from ‘highly interested’ to ‘highly uninterested’

Solve the following sums using the partial product method:

a) 230 x 8                                              c) 638 x 4

Solve the following word Problems:

1) Farmer Ramesh grew 1,95,604 carrots in 2009. In 2010, he grew 2,67,002 carrots. How many more carrots did he grow in 2010?

2) A house in Vesu was sold for Rs.1,19,673 less than the house on Citylight. If the house in Citylight was sold for Rs. 4,75,006. Find the selling price of the house in Vesu.

Give the number sentence for the following:

a) A roller coaster has 14 different cars. Each car holds 10 people. How many people are on the roller coaster when all the cars are full? __________________ people.

b) After a game, Rohan’s baseball team went out for ice cream. There are 9 players in the team and they each ate 2 scoops of ice cream. How many scoops of ice cream did the team eat? ____________________ scoops.

 

Homework for Grade 5 Consortium – 10th January, 2019

Homework for Grade 5 Consortium – 10th January, 2019

Homework for the day

  • Math homework is assigned on Khan Academy. Kindly mail the screenshot of your score.
  • UOI – Watch the video given below and write the reflection in your UOI notebook.

Video

Questions for reflection –

  1. What was the conflict in the story?
  2. What was the reason behind the conflict?
  3. How was the conflict resolved?

🙂

Highlights of the week !!(cycle 21)

Highlights of the week !!(cycle 21)

[Unit Of Inquiry]

2nd Line Of Inquiry: Human actions that affect animal species and their habitats(Causation)

Students were tuned into the 2nd line of inquiry through field trip, movie, and various read aloud where they understood the positive and negative human actions.

Math

Creation of bar graph was done in groups where they followed the steps of research skills.

Mixed word problems were solved together in the class.

Language

Reader: ‘The magic finger’ was read further where comprehension strategy ‘Visualization’ was used for making thinking visible.

Dictation was taken.

Warm regards,

Grade 2 team 🙂