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Highlights & Homework of the day 22nd Jan 2019

## Highlights & Homework of the day 22nd Jan 2019

Day 4 Tuesday

Math:

• Students collected the data and represented in the form of a bar graph.
• Students solved multiplication sums (3 X 2) using area model method.

ICT:

• Students learned the importance of having a strong password for their email id. Later they followed the steps as role modeled by the teacher and replaced their old passwords into a strong one.

Language:

• The 22nd chapter – ‘Watzisname has some strange news’ of the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’  was read.

Homework:

Math HW 22nd Jan

Have a good day!

Highlights of the day – 22/01/2019

## Highlights of the day – 22/01/2019

Math:

• Students revised the concept of 12 hours and 24 hours clock.
• Students solved multiplication sums (2 X 2) using area model method.

UOI:

• Students learnt about Fossil Fuels and how we get it from the nature through video and later discussion was carried on the same.

Homework:

• Solve the given Math worksheet either in math h.w book or in the sheet itself.

Homework for 22nd Jan’19

## Homework for 22nd Jan’19

Homework

Math

Solve the following sums in your Math notebook.

1.) Rakesh bought a package of 3 oatmeal cookies. The total weight of the cookies was 0.9 gms. How much did each cookie weigh?

2.) Neena bought 6 metal balls. All together, the balls weighed 6.96 gms. How much, on average, did each ball weigh?

3.) Raman has 6.75 kg coffee. He wants 0.25 kg bags. How many bags does he need?

Homework – 22/1/2019

## Homework – 22/1/2019

Task 1: Solve the following sums:

a) 435 + 365

b) 219 + 491

c) 685 + 271

Task 2: Solve the following word problems: (Refer to the example given)

Example: Anil bought a wallet worth ₹ 450 and a pair of sunglasses worth ₹355. What is the total cost of both the items ?

 H T 0 1 Cost of a wallet                                                                                       ₹ 4 5 0 Cost of a pair of sunglasses                                                              + ₹ 3 5 5 Total cost                                                                                                ₹ 8 0 5

Answer:  The total cost of both the items is ₹ 805.

A) Rama went to a furniture store and bought a chair worth ₹ 370 and a table worth ₹ 568. What is the total cost of both the items?

Regards,

G10_ESL Curriculum_Mock Examination

## G10_ESL Curriculum_Mock Examination

Dear Parents and Students,
Here are the details regarding the curriculum of English as Second Language (ESL) for the Mock Examination.

Paper 2 (Extended)- Reading and writing
Duration: 2 hours
Weightage: 70%
Maximum marks: 80
Six exercises testing a range of reading and writing skills

Paper 4 (Extended) – Listening
Duration: 45 mins
Weightage: 30%
Maximum marks: 40
Candidates listen to several short extracts and longer texts and complete a range of task types, including short-answer questions, gap filling, matching, multiple choice, and note taking.

Component 5 – Speaking
Duration: Approximately 10–15 minutes
Weightage: None (Separately endorsed)
Maximum marks: 30

Students have begun revision by way of solving worksheets and past papers which will continue.

Regards,
Language team

Highlights of the day 22.1.19

## Highlights of the day 22.1.19

Cycle 23

Day 4

Language:

Students continued with their publishing piece.

Math:

1. Students solved multiplication sums (3 X 2) using area model method.
2. Students collected the data and represented in the form of a bar graph.

Homework

Math:

Solve the given worksheet.

Homework of 22nd January, 2019

## Homework of 22nd January, 2019

Homework

1)8.5kg= __________ grams

2)178grams=__________Kg

3)58mm=_________cm

4)547cm=________m

5)582km=________m

Task 3- Check the mixed bag – Cycle 23 . Answer key has been posted on Google classroom.

Highlights of the day 22-01-19

## Highlights of the day 22-01-19

Day 4

UOI

Moving further in the unit, students understood what might happen to the amount of resources if they are overused. They understood that we have to make choices to conserve natural resources.

Language

Students revised their narrative piece taking into consideration the feedback given by the teacher.

Homework

UOI

Watch the below mentioned link and write important points for class discussion.

Math

Solve the following word problems :

a) We ordered 21 pizzas. Each pizza had 8 slices. How many slices of pizza were there altogether?

b) a) A bus carries 56 passengers in one trip. How many passengers are carried on 8 trips?

Challenge

I saw 35 elephants and 48 tigers in a wildlife sanctuary. How many legs did I see?

Highlight and Homework of the Day ( 22-1-2019 )

## Highlight and Homework of the Day ( 22-1-2019 )

Stars of the day – Shreyan Agarwal and Sharthak Sharma 🙂

[Highlight Of The Day] [Unit Of Inquiry]

Students were tuned into the new unit” Beliefs and Values” under the TDT  ” Who We Are”

Homework

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Interview your parents, ask about the beliefs connected in their day to day practices/routine and explain the value behind the same.

Math

Solve the following.

1. There are 25 milk cakes and 45 chocolate cakes. In maximum how many boxes can the cakes be packed such that all the boxes are similar with no cakes left?
2. Find the HCF of 55 and 110.
3. Write all the factors of 24 and 15.
4. Write fist 6 multiples of 25 and 12.
5. What is the HCF of 63 and 81?
6. Check if “286410” is divisible by 2,3,4,5,6,9 or 10.

With Regards,

Dimple Deshpande,

Have A Great Day 🙂

Highlights and Homework 22nd January 2019

## Highlights and Homework 22nd January 2019

Dear parents,

Day 4,

Highlights

Math

Students practised all the concepts done so far. Later, the teacher cleared their doubts about the same.

Homework

Math

Find the LCM of :

a) 12 and 18

b) 18 and 72

Solve the following:

a) I am planting 50 apple trees and 30 peach trees in rows. I want to mix the apple and peach trees in my rows, and I want each row to be the same. What is the maximum number of trees I can plant per row?

b) Find the LCM of 8 and 18

c) Two bikers are riding a circular path. The first rider completes a round in 12 minutes. The second rider completes a round in 18 minutes. If they both started at the same place and time and go in the same direction, after how many minutes will they meet again at the starting point?

d) Find the HCF of 12 and 16

Online practice

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fractions/GreatestCommonFactor.htm

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fractions/LeastCommonMultiple.htm

Language

Publish the poem.

Regards,

Manjeetkaur khalsa