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Sciences : Difference between Photosynthesis and Respiration

Sciences : Difference between Photosynthesis and Respiration

Grade8 – G8 Zing
Homework assigned by: honey.tamakuwala@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Jan 22 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Learners,

Complete the T-chart shared with you on G-classroom by stating at least 3 major differences between Photosynthesis and Cellular respiration.
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 20 min minutes

Homework: 21 January, 2019

Homework: 21 January, 2019

Homework:

Complete uploading 1 portfolio piece for Math related to ‘Decimals’ from your math notebook on Compendium. Refer google classroom for the steps to be followed and the exemplar comment.

Language :

Complete the character trait sheets given till chapter 7 (Despereaux, Lester, Antoinette, Furlough  and Princess Pea)

Choose a word from the list to complete each sentence. Rewrite the sentence in the journal sheet:

( Obscenely, Florence, Handkerchief, Reflecting, Shoulder, Crumbs, Music, Shoulder, Gertrude, Remarkable )

  1. It is true. Despereaux’s eyes should not have been open. But they were. He was staring at the sun _____________ off his mother’s mirror.
  2. He’s the smallest mouse I’ve ever seen,” said his Aunt ____________. “It’s ridiculous.”
  3. He was ridiculously small. His ears were ____________ large.
  4. “Son!” barked Despereaux’s father. “Snap to it. Get your head out of the clouds and hunt for ___________.”
  5. “Look over your _____________ all the time, first to the right, then to the left.”
  6. Despereaux looked down at the book, and something ___________ happened. The marks on the pages, the squiggles as Merlot referred to them, arranged themselves into shapes.
  7. He shivered. He sneezed. He blew his nose into his _______________.
  8. He stuck his left ear out of the hole in the wall so that he could hear the ________ better, and then he stuck his right ear out so that he could hear better still.

Math:

  • Multiply the following sums:
  1. 76.4 * 2.5
  2. 19.8 * 0.06
  3. 69 * 8.9
  4.  8.13 * 0.7
  5. 0.9 * 0.02
  • Write down the fraction represented by the shaded section of the grid and then convert it to decimals.
  • Solve the given word problems: (Make a working column and write the statements)
1. School lunches cost Rs 224.75 for 15.5 weeks. About how much would the lunches cost per week?
2. What was its average speed in miles per hour if a plane flew 1839.1 miles in 5.3 hours?
3.  Girish makes Rs 7.48 an hour. He grossed Rs 310.42 last week. How many hours did he work?
4. A bottle of medicine contains 27.5 ounces. I take 1.65 ounces each dose. How many doses are in the bottle?
Reminder : Get the dice.

 

Inter house Drama Competition Winners

Inter house Drama Competition Winners

Hello parent,

 

We are glad to announce the winners of inter house drama competition 2018-19.

 

Grade 3 – Puppet theater winners

 

1st position

Integrity
Student Name Section
Nishka Bhavsar Illustrate
Dhyana Agarwal Illustrate
Yashvi Mehta Innovate
Yuvi Gediya Imagine
Veer Sanghvi Imagine
Disha Bachhawat Imagine

 

2nd position

Dignity
Student Name Section
Preksha Malpani Illustrate
Vishwa Lakhani Inspire
Shiv Maisuria Inspire
Vihaan Nandwani Innovate
Sanvi Yadav Inspire
Neha Chawla Inspire

 

3rd Position

Unity
Student Name Section
Manasvi Mandhana Imagine
Manya Bansal Inspire
Aaryam Patel Inspire
Naisha Mittal Inspire
Shaynah Patel Inspire
Rianna Almal Inspire
Ram Savani Imagine

 

 

Grade 4 – Mime

 

1st position

Dignity
Student Name Section
Ananya Agrawal Freedom
Yanshi Shah Fortitude
Trisha Desai Fortitude
Heer Davaria Fortitude
Tanush Khaitan Tenacity
Palak Agarwal Mettle
Vivaana Bhakta Fortitude
Arjun Malhotra Courage
Ananya Gupta Valour
Pal Patel Courage

 

2nd Position

 

Liberty
Student Name Section
Janvi Chopra Responsibility
Parita Doshi Valour
Vidhi Bhatia Valour
Simone Kothari Freedom
Harshwardhan Shah Tenacity
Manit Bhasin Mettle
Arjun khandelwal Mettle
Zeal Chhatiawala Courage
Vedanshi Agarwal Responsibility
Aarav Dhamalia fortitude
Swara Patel resilience

 

3rd position

Integrity
Name Section
Anaya Ruvala Responsibility
Nishi Gupta Responsibility
Zaina Shah Responsibility
Kanika Chandak Mettle
Prisha Nangalia Freedom
Ahan Jivani Tenacity
Navya Poddar Mettle
Ishani mevada Freedom
Dhruvi Patel Fortitude
Priyanshi Kamalia Tenacity

 

Gr 5 Inter-house drama competition winners:

 

1st  Position

 

Integrity
Student Name Section
Saanvee Jain Alliance
Hannah Juneja Coalition
Mitaksh Malpani Coalition
Karnak Gabani Coalition
Saraa Patel Conglomerate
Vansh Trivedi Conglomerate
Sumit Hirawat Reciprocity
Nishit Pansari Symbiosis
Aayush Gondalia Symbiosis
Hirva Patel Collaboration
Yomika Kheni Reciprocity
Raghav Dalmia Synergy
Niyati Baheti Reciprocity
Devanshi Jindal Synergy
Aksh Chopra Synergy

 

2nd Position

Dignity
Student Name Section
Paree Jain Coalition
Parshwa Modi Coalition
Jay Mangukiya Conglomerate
Neev Shah Conglomerate
Tanvi Pagaria Conglomerate
Hitanshu Lala Consortium
Yatna Sheth Synergy
Hemanshi Dayaramani Synergy
Devansh Madhogaria Reciprocity
Preya Sheth Collaboration
Sanchi Khanna Synergy
Harsh Begani Reciprocity
Arush Dalmia Symbiosis
Jiana Shah Conglomerate
Falak Khivesara Reciprocity
Uttam Jain Synergy

 

3rd Position

Liberty
Student Name Section
Yomika Khurana Coalition
Dhruvin Savalia Collaboration
Parishi Doshi Alliance
Hitarth Diwan Coalition
Arav Dang Collaboration
Om Agrawal Conglomerate
Aagam Chhalani Consortium
Suhani Agarwal Reciprocity
Suhaan Bhatia Symbiosis
Yashashvi Saraf Synergy
Aashi Sinha Conglomerate
Riddhi Golechha Synergy
Punya Narang Alliance

 

Best performance in Technical roles:-  

Best Director : Arush Dalmia, Jiana Shah

Best Actor : Hemanshi Dayaramani, Suhani Agarwal

Best Costume Designer : Yomika Kheni

Best Light Manager: Sanchi Khanna  

Best Set designer : Raghav Dalmia

Music Director: Punya Narang

 

Gr 6 Inter-house drama competition winners:

 

Liberty 1st Position: Parisha Thakkar

 

Dignity 2nd Position: Udayan Sastri

 

Dignity 3rd Position: Shanaya Mulchandani

Math : Scatter Plot and line of best fit

Math : Scatter Plot and line of best fit

Grade7 – G7 Acuity,G7 Cognizance
Homework assigned by: rutu.shah@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Jan 22 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Students,
Kindly complete drawing the scatter plot and the line of best fit in ‘Google Sheets’ for the question mentioned on slide number 204.
Label your document as follows: ‘Section name_Name’ and email it to me by today- end of day (before 12 am).
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 10 minutes

Sciences : Factors Affecting the rate of photosynthesis

Sciences : Factors Affecting the rate of photosynthesis

Grade8 – G8 Ardour
Homework assigned by: honey.tamakuwala@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Jan 22 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear learners,

Watch the video and read the article shared on G-classroom and take the details note of same.
Along with that complete the Photosynthesis organizer shared with you in the class and stick in your Science NB
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 30 minutes

UNIT – TEST- International Mathematics

UNIT – TEST- International Mathematics

Grade10 – All
Assessment given by: urvi.shah@fountainheadschools.org
Assessment Date: Wed Jan 30 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Coordinate Geometry & Vectors
Details: Dear students,

Please find the details of the upcoming unit test of International Mathematics- Extended.

1) Date: 30th January (Day- 4, Thursday)

2) Total marks: 35

3) Duration: 45 minutes

4) No. of Papers: 1

4) Type of paper: Paper- 2

5) Topics included: Vectors & Coordinate Geometry

Note –

1) Sharing of resources will NOT be allowed during the test.

2) GDC is NOT allowed to be used in this test.

3) This test will be conducted in HRM slot in all the sections simultaneously.

Regards,
Grade- 10 IM- Extended educators.

Duration: 45 minutes

GRADE- 10 _ INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICS- EXTENDED (0607) _ SYLLABUS & PAPER DETAILS OF MOCK EXAMINATION 2018-19

GRADE- 10 _ INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICS- EXTENDED (0607) _ SYLLABUS & PAPER DETAILS OF MOCK EXAMINATION 2018-19

Dear parents and students,

Please find below the details of the syllabus of International Mathematics- Extended (0607) for the mock examination of 2018-2019.

 

Following are the topics that are included in the syllabus (These are given in the syllabus guide of Cambridge IGCSE International Mathematics 0607):

1) Number

2) Algebra

3) Functions

4) Geometry

5) Transformations and vectors in two dimensions

6) Mensuration

7) Coordinate Geometry

8) Trigonometry

9) Sets

10) Probability

11) Statistics

Note:
1) The details of the sub-topics/content included in each of the topics mentioned above are to be referred from syllabus guide of Cambridge IGCSE International Mathematics 0607.
2) Apart from your Ric Pimentel book, you can practice/solve questions from Haese and Harris publication book, Oxford publication book, Past years papers of IGCSE and also from Exam preparation and practice guide book of Haese and Harris publication.

There will be 3 papers in mock examination of International Mathematics– Extended :

1. Paper 2 –45 minutes
 
Short response questions.
No calculators are permitted.
Designed to assess knowledge and use of basic skills and methods.
Any part of the syllabus content may be present in this paper but questions will focus on concepts which can be assessed without access to a calculator.
40 marks: 20% of assessment
2. Paper 4 – 2 hours 15 minutes
 
11–15 medium to extended response questions.
A graphics calculator is required.
Any area of the syllabus may be assessed.
Some of the questions will particularly assess the use of the graphics calculator functions described on Page 9 in syllabus guide.
120 marks: 60% of assessment
 
 
3. Paper 6 – 1 hour 30 minutes
 
One investigation and one modelling question.
A graphics calculator is required.
Any area of the syllabus may be assessed.
Candidates are assessed on their ability to investigate, model, and solve more open-ended problems.
Clear communication and full reasoning are especially important and mark schemes reflect this.
The time allowance given for this paper allows students to explore and communicate their ideas fully.
40 marks: 20% of assessment
Total marks: 200 marks: 100% of assessment
Other points to be noted:
  • All the instructions will be available on the cover page of the question booklet. Please read those instructions carefully before attempting each of the papers.
  • Entire paper is to be written in the space provided in question booklet. No additional graphs or supplementary will be provided.
  • Formula list will be provided in the question paper of Paper- 2 and Paper- 4.
  • All the resources related to graph needs to be carried by you. Sharing of GDC/any resources during the examination will not be allowed.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Grade- 10 Math Team.