### Browsed byDay: January 24, 2019

Math : Weekend H.W.

## Math : Weekend H.W.

Submission Date: Mon Jan 28 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Kindly check the details of H.W. in respective section Google Classroom.

Expected Time: 45 minutes

Republic Day Homework.

## Republic Day Homework.

Source

110 Billion Beating hearts……

1 Thought…

” INDIA “

On 26 January 1950, India received a letter,

” You keep working”, I am coming

Yours only,

Success, Peace, and Power.

Dear students,

When some of the Indians are saluting the Martyrs of India at 10 Janpath during the Republic Day Parade, why not we create the same feelings in our hearts and show our respect to the soldiers who are alert day and night so that we can breathe and sleep in peace. Let us create that awareness by making posters and submit the same tomorrow-25/01/2019.

Homework for 24/1/19

## Homework for 24/1/19

Dear Students,

Complete four steps of Big 6, as discussed in class.

Keep Smiling!

Highlights of the week !!

## Highlights of the week !!

[Unit Of Inquiry]

‘I do’ and ‘We do’ of a case studies related to endangered and critically endangered animals were done in the class using different strategies like super 3 and report writing.

The success criteria were derived by the students for assessment of the ongoing unit.

[Math]

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

Constructing meaning of Multiplication through groups was done through an Ice tray activity.

Revision of number strand was taken in the class. The practice of mixed word problems was given where the teachers helped them to comprehend the mixed word problems.

[Language]

Formative assessment of the type of sentences was taken.

After a read-aloud of ‘Goldilocks and the three bears’ by Robert Southey was done. Later students identified the main 5 elements of the story.

Warm regards,

Recap of the day -24/1/19

## Recap of the day -24/1/19

Math – Learners practiced HCF and LCM sums and word problems.

U O I – Learners chose their portfolio piece for the unit “How we express ourselves”.

Life class session was conducted on the topic  “Gender stereotypes”.

HOMEWORK

LANGUAGE – Students have to read the personal narrative thoroughly and answer the following question in the E.E notebook.

• Give a title of your choice to the story.
• Add 1 figure of speech in the story and underline it.

Note: Students have to stick the worksheet in the E.E notebook without fail.

MATH – Do as directed:

1. Find the factors of 108
2. Write the first five multiples of 14

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

Homework

## Homework

Dear parents,

Day 6,

Homework

Language

Students have to read the personal narrative thoroughly and answer the following question in the writer ’s notebook.

1. Give another title of your choice to the story.
2. Identify the figure of speech in the story.
3. What was the main idea of the story?

Note: Students have to stick the worksheet in the writer’s notebook without fail.

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Read the article for discussion tomorrow: https://childhood101.com/tiny-moments-10-everyday-rituals-that-mean-a-lot-to-kids/

Stars of the day: Harshit Agrawal and Krishaa Shah (for supporting their peers- LP attribute Caring)

Quote of the day:

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala

Regards,

Fatema Topiwala

Highlights of the day – 24/01/19

## Highlights of the day – 24/01/19

Day 6,

Math:

Students collected the data on a given topic and represented it in the form of a bar graph.

Language:

The 21st chapter – ‘Some Peculiar Adventures’ of the reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ was read and discussed.

Homework:

Language:

2. What happened to Saucepan man when he drank the blue liquid? Why did he drink that blue liquid in the first place?
3. Which medicine did they take for their mother? Do you think mother will become alright after having those medicines?
Grade 6 Deliberate – 24th January’19

## Grade 6 Deliberate – 24th January’19

[Homework]

A) Go through THE LAST WORD IN ENDINGS from Empowering English Reference Book pages – 4 and 5 and make connections with any of your known story/movie/book. Use a pencil and mention the title of the story next to the endings. Do it for all the endings.

B) Convert the blah sentence mentioned below to a brilliant one using any one of the openings. You can refer to chapter 1 of the Empowering English by Usha Pandit. This task will be done in the Language C.W+H.W notebook.

Sentence : The people started running here and there when someone shouted, “Earthquake!”

Highlights and homework – Day 5 and 6 – January 23rd and 24th

## Highlights and homework – Day 5 and 6 – January 23rd and 24th

UOI – Learners discussed the centres they explored on the previous day and developed an understanding of ‘Culture, Tradition, Beliefs and Values.’

Language – Learners were introduced to 6 Traits of Writing. Further, making connections to some of the traits like ‘Organisation, Word Choice, Convention and Sentence Fluency,’ transition words were introduced.

Math – Learners practised factors, multiples, divisibility rules, LCM and HCF. Later, they appeared for formative assessment.

Homework –

Language – Complete both the worksheets.

Math – Attempt online quiz on HCF and LCM. (You may calculate mentally) https://www.transum.org/software/SW/Starter_of_the_day/Students/HCF_LCM.asp

Sciences : Aerobic and Anaerobic respiration