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Day: January 24, 2019

Highlights of the day 24.1.19

Highlights of the day 24.1.19

Cycle 23

Day 6

Math:

Students solved multiplication sums 2-digit by 2-digit and 3-digit by 2-digit using partial product method.

UOI:

As a part of the case study on petroleum, a thinking routine ‘what if…’ was introduced to understand what will happen if petroleum is no more available.

Homework:

Math:

Task 1:

Please refer to the below link for homework.

Math HW 22nd Jan

Task 2:

Solve the following sums using Area Model:

a) 650 x 37     b) 79 x 56     c) 964 x 47      d) 308 x 77

Solve the following word problems:

  • There are 32 boxes of eraser in the supply closet. Each box contains 8 erasers. How many erasers are there in all?
  • There are 14 rows in the classroom. Each row has 6 seats. How many seats are there in all?
  • Pooja bought 47 packages of cookies for her party. Each package had 8 cookies. How many cookies did Pooja buy?
  • There are 9 piles of T-shirts in Maheshwari store. Each pile has 27 T-shirts. How many T-shirts are there in all?
Homework of 24th January

Homework of 24th January

Link – https://iamamigrant.org/stories/india/karan

  • Complete Step 3 (Location and access) and Step 4 (Use of information) of Big 6, as discussed in class. You need to complete both the steps by 28th January.
  • Reflect about today’s session in your PYP exhibition journal and also note down any questions that you have.
GRADE 10_ COORDINATED SCIENCES(0654) MOCK EXAM SYLLABUS 2019

GRADE 10_ COORDINATED SCIENCES(0654) MOCK EXAM SYLLABUS 2019

Dear Students,

Kindly refer to the following details of paper pattern and syllabus for IGCSE Coordinated sciences Mock exam syllabus.

Component details :

Paper- 1 & 2: A multiple-choice paper consisting of 40 items of the four-choice type. Questions will be based on the Core & Extended syllabus content respectively.

Paper- 3 & 4: A written paper consisting of short-answer and structured questions. Questions will be based on the  Core & Extended syllabus content respectively.

Paper-6: Questions will be based on experimental skills.

Paper Pattern

COS – Extended
Subject Name Number of Components Total Marks of each component Weightage of each Component (total should be 100) in % Component Description Duration of the paper
COS Extended Paper 2 40 30% MCQ 45 mins
Paper 4 120 50% Subjective 2 hrs
Paper 6 60 20% Alternative to practical 1 hr 30 mins

 

COS – Core
Subject Name Number of Components Total Marks of each component Weightage of each Component (total should be 100) in % Component  Description Duration of the paper
COS Core Paper 1 40 30% MCQ 45 mins
Paper 3 120 50% Subjective 2 hrs
Paper 6 60 20% Alternative to practical 1 hr 30 mins

 

Instructions :

You all are required to carry an electronic calculator and your own resources.

For subject syllabus, students must refer from page no. 17 onwards https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2HyeS6yfJZpVFM3eEtMMVZHVU0/view

 

Regards,

IGCSE Science Team

Homework for the day !!

Homework for the day !!

Language

Answer the given questions in your language homework notebook in complete sentences:(Refer The Magic Finger for finding the answers)
1. Did the Gregg family like their new wings? Describe how William and Philip were feeling about their new wings.
2. Where did Mr.Gregg decide to build their nest?
3. Why a tree is a good place for a bird to build its nest?
4. What is Mr. Gregg’s plan to get his family food?
5. Find 4 adjectives from the page no. 25 to 29.

6. Add the speech marks to the following sentences:(any 4)
a) You wait and see I said.
b) Someone’s shooting I cried.
c) And I am Mrs. Egg said Mrs. Gregg.
d) I built it all myself said Mr. Gregg proudly.
e) Good morning Mr. Gregg I said.

Thanks and regards,
Grade 2 team 🙂
Homework for the day- 24th January 2019

Homework for the day- 24th January 2019

Dear students,

Take note of the following homework tasks:-

  1. Go through the following sheet and do as directed in your Language notebook:-

Character description

2. The goal tasks have been updated. Please go through this sheet:-

Goal progression 2018-19

Note:- A passage has been assigned to the entire class on readworks.org. You need to read the passage (listen to the audio if you wish to) and answer the comprehension as well as the vocabulary questions too.

Highlight and Homework

Highlight and Homework

Highlight 

Language : Students were introduced to transition words.

UOI : Students were tuned into the unit “Beliefs and Values”.

Homework 

Language : Describe ‘Ad Mad Show’ using the technique  ‘Show, don’t tell’ in their language E.E. notebook.

UOI : Conduct research, you may interview your parents and understand their beliefs and values(take notes- record your data on paper).

Regards,

Ekta Bathija

Highlights of the day 24-01-19

Highlights of the day 24-01-19

Day 6

Math

The teacher explained and role modeled the guidelines for making a bar graph. Later, students collected the data and represented in the form of a bar graph.

Language

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

UOI

Students learned about the source of a non-renewable resource – oil.

ICT

Students learned the importance of having a strong password for their email id.

Homework

Math

Solve the following word problem
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 in 8 trips?
c) At a wildlife sanctuary, I saw 35 elephants and 48 tigers. How many legs did I see? 

Homework for the day – 24th Jan 2019

Homework for the day – 24th Jan 2019

Dear Students,

For today’s homework, you need to complete the below managed 2 tasks.

  1. 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.
    1. The people started running here and there when someone shouted, “Earthquake!”
  2. Change the ending of any one of the fairy tales of your choice from ‘Lived happily ever after’ to any other type of ending. You can refer to chapter 2 of the Empowering English by Usha Pandit.

 

Thanks and regards

Himani Mehta

Sciences : Difference Between Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration

Sciences : Difference Between Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration

Grade8 – G8 Rhapsody,G8 Zing
Homework assigned by: honey.tamakuwala@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Fri Jan 25 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Learners,

Answer the following question in your Science Notebook:
1. Create a T chart and state at least three differences between Aerobic and Anaerobic respiration
2. Explain when does the anaerobic respiration take in Plants.
3. Research: Is there any other organism showing Anaerobic respiration? If yes, then describe.

Complete the Lab worksheet assigned to you as an individual copy on G-classroom
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 20 minutes